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Cos1663D TKS - Cosmos 1663 Configuration
Credit: © Reginaldo Miranda Jr. File Name: cos1663d.jpg. Image width: 618 pixels. Image height: 285 pixels. Image size: 27,597 bytes.
Cosmos 381 Cosmos 381 / Ionosfernaya
Location: Gagarin Museum / Trade Pavilion, Moscow. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: cos381.jpg. Image width: 354 pixels. Image height: 236 pixels. Image size: 19,052 bytes.
Cosmos 381 Cosmos 381 / Ionosfernaya
Location: Gagarin Museum / Trade Pavilion, Moscow. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: cos381bg.jpg. Image width: 536 pixels. Image height: 358 pixels. Image size: 36,031 bytes.
COS-B Credit: NASA. File Name: cosb.jpg. Image width: 235 pixels. Image height: 293 pixels. Image size: 14,094 bytes.
Cosmos 782 / Bion Location: Gagarin Museum / Trade Pavilion, Moscow. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: cosmo782.jpg. Image width: 330 pixels. Image height: 300 pixels. Image size: 17,064 bytes.
Cosmos spacecraft Cosmos spacecraft of DS series
Location: Tsiokovskiy Museum, Kaluga. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: cosmosxy.jpg. Image width: 193 pixels. Image height: 322 pixels. Image size: 17,552 bytes.
Courier Credit: NASA. File Name: courier.jpg. Image width: 234 pixels. Image height: 226 pixels. Image size: 13,997 bytes.
X-38 CRV X-38 Crew Rescue Vehicle.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: crv98sf.jpg. Image width: 467 pixels. Image height: 406 pixels. Image size: 31,917 bytes.
Apollo 15 CSM Apollo 15 CSM over Lunar Surface
Credit: NASA. File Name: csm15lun.jpg. Image width: 199 pixels. Image height: 401 pixels. Image size: 19,085 bytes.
Apollo CSM File Name: csmcolor.jpg. Image width: 245 pixels. Image height: 480 pixels. Image size: 18,052 bytes.
Apollo CSM Interior Interior of the Apollo Command Service Module on display at Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Location: Cape Canaveral. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: csmint.jpg. Image width: 506 pixels. Image height: 392 pixels. Image size: 58,405 bytes.
Apollo Columbia vs V File Name: csmverne.jpg. Image width: 300 pixels. Image height: 330 pixels. Image size: 15,138 bytes.
Commercial Titan 3 Commercial Titan 3 - COSPAR 1990-056
File Name: cti39056.jpg. Image width: 111 pixels. Image height: 412 pixels. Image size: 10,101 bytes.
ESA ACRV Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: ctv936.jpg. Image width: 476 pixels. Image height: 416 pixels. Image size: 34,523 bytes.
ESA Viking CRV ESA Viking Crew Rescue Vehicle. "Viking" Crew Rescue Vehicle (1994).
Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: ctv95.jpg. Image width: 598 pixels. Image height: 438 pixels. Image size: 25,361 bytes.
ESA Viking CRV ESA Viking Crew Rescue Vehicle. "Viking" Crew Rescue Vehicle (1996). The version shown here would use a cylindrical propulsion module derived from the Ariane Transfer Vehicle.
Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: ctv96.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 457 pixels. Image size: 40,801 bytes.
ESA ACRV ESA Crew Rescue Vehicle Studies.
Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: ctv994.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 479 pixels. Image size: 49,556 bytes.
ESA's Space Station ESA's Space Station Reorganisation - 1993-95. This picture from 1994 shows the European Space Agency contributions to the International Space Station program following the restructuring of the European manned spaceflight program in 1991-93. The Crew Transfer Vehicle (CTV) is visible at right, next to the cylindrical Columbus Orbiting Facility (COF). Finally, an Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) carrying unpressurized cargo is docked to the nadir port. Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: ctvatv94.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 412 pixels. Image size: 47,841 bytes.
ESA Columbus COF ESA Columbus Orbiting Facility. ESA Columbus Man-Tended Free-Flying Platform and Crew Transfer Vehicle (fallback option). If the International Space Station were cancelled, the fallback plan was to convert the COF module into a small Man-Tended Free Flying platform. A manned Crew Transfer Vehicle space capsule and Automated Transfer Vehicle (logistics, resupply) would then give Europe an autonomous manned spaceflight capability. The COF module is small enough to be launched on an Ariane-5 rocket rather than the Shuttle, although this option was abandoned in the mid-1990s. In 1992, Daimler Benz Aerospace and Russia's NPO Energia also investigated the possibility of building a joint European/Russian free-flying platform as part of Russia's "Mir-2" program before the Russian space station merged with the US-led International Space Station project.