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HL-20 / BOR-4 HL-20 / BOR-4 Wind Tunnel Model
Credit: NASA. File Name: hl20wnd7.jpg. Image width: 183 pixels. Image height: 165 pixels. Image size: 5,678 bytes.
HL-20 CRV Hl-20 Crew Rescue Vehicle
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hl20z.jpg. Image width: 635 pixels. Image height: 480 pixels. Image size: 40,130 bytes.
HL-42 Configuration Credit: NASA. File Name: hl42conf.jpg. Image width: 643 pixels. Image height: 462 pixels. Image size: 45,636 bytes.
HL-42 Crew/Cargo HL-42 Crew/Cargo Versions
Credit: NASA. File Name: hl42vers.jpg. Image width: 630 pixels. Image height: 455 pixels. Image size: 56,316 bytes.
Hope Credit: NASDA. File Name: hope.jpg. Image width: 192 pixels. Image height: 288 pixels. Image size: 12,387 bytes.
NASDA Hope-X - 1990s This illustration shows a small pressurized module in the Hope cargo bay, probably a Space Station resupply mission.
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hope0sf.jpg. Image width: 631 pixels. Image height: 477 pixels. Image size: 57,971 bytes.
NASDA Hope - 1988 Like Europe, the National Space Development Agency had big plans to develop a large carrier rocket and manned "H2 Orbiting Plane" (HOPE). These illustrations from 1986-87 show the final, manned follow-on version planned for the early 21st century. It would carry a crew of four astronauts. Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hope8ms.jpg. Image width: 515 pixels. Image height: 441 pixels. Image size: 27,321 bytes.
NASDA Hope-X - 1992 NASDA Hope-X - 1990S. HOPE-X enters orbit.
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hope92s.jpg. Image width: 625 pixels. Image height: 332 pixels. Image size: 37,139 bytes.
NASDA Hope-X - 1993 NASDA Hope-X - 1990S. HOPE-X in orbit (1993). An important mission (shown here) would be to fly independent missions with microgravity experiments in the spacecraft's small cargo bay.
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hope93.jpg. Image width: 534 pixels. Image height: 365 pixels. Image size: 25,607 bytes.
NASDA Hope-X - 1996 NASDA Hope-X - 1990S. HOPE-X in 1996.
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hope96s.jpg. Image width: 613 pixels. Image height: 463 pixels. Image size: 49,211 bytes.
Hope Spaceplane Credit: NASDA. File Name: hope99.jpg. Image width: 394 pixels. Image height: 248 pixels. Image size: 16,335 bytes.
Hope Spaceplane Credit: NASDA. File Name: hopef.jpg. Image width: 394 pixels. Image height: 359 pixels. Image size: 32,851 bytes.
Lunar Ascent Advanced (Nuclear?) Lunar Landing Vehicle ascent stage departs from Moon as envisioned by Von Braun team in1959.
Credit: US Army. File Name: horiz777.jpg. Image width: 333 pixels. Image height: 252 pixels. Image size: 27,444 bytes.
Horizon LERV Lunar-Earth Return Vehicle as designed by Von Braun team for Project Horizon
Credit: US Army. File Name: horiz88.jpg. Image width: 198 pixels. Image height: 413 pixels. Image size: 27,665 bytes.
Hotol 2 Hotol 2 is launched from the back of an Antonov 225
Credit: British Aerospace. File Name: hotol2.jpg. Image width: 408 pixels. Image height: 257 pixels. Image size: 25,186 bytes.
HOTOL Credit: Mark Lindroos. File Name: hotolpt3.jpg. Image width: 307 pixels. Image height: 190 pixels. Image size: 18,609 bytes.
Hermes - 1984 CNES Hermes - 1984. Hermés would be too heavy for existing Ariane launch vehicle, so the French were looking at uprated Ariane-5 versions for the 1990s. The early Ariane-5 design from 1984 shown here would have consisted of an existing booster stage from the Ariane-4 program. However, the upper stage rocket would be new. Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hrms84b.gif. Image width: 632 pixels. Image height: 471 pixels. Image size: 13,146 bytes.
Hermes - 1984 CNES Hermes - 1984. The French space agency, CNES, started investigating a small spaceplane to be launched on top of the Ariane rocket -- "Hermés". By 1984, Hermés had evolved into a small mini-space shuttle capable of carrying a crew of 4-6 plus a 4500kg payload in its cargo bay. The illustration shows Hermés on a space telescope mission. Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hrms84l.jpg. Image width: 263 pixels. Image height: 240 pixels. Image size: 20,346 bytes.
Hermes - 1985 The Dassault-Breguet exhibit at the 1985 Paris Air Show featured this model of the company's Hermés design. Note the two miniature spacewalking "spationauts" and satellites inside the open cargo bay.
Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: hrmsdb85.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 255 pixels. Image size: 30,254 bytes.
HS 376 Cutaway Credit: Hughes. File Name: hs376cut.jpg. Image width: 338 pixels. Image height: 450 pixels. Image size: 32,046 bytes.
HS-381 / Syncom 4 Credit: Hughes. File Name: hs381sy4.jpg. Image width: 240 pixels. Image height: 263 pixels. Image size: 9,995 bytes.
NASDA HTV NASDA H-2 Transfer Vehicle. The H-2 Transfer Vehicle.
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: htv99a.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 476 pixels. Image size: 63,029 bytes.
NASDA HTV 1999 Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: htv99b.jpg. Image width: 289 pixels. Image height: 195 pixels. Image size: 68,416 bytes.
NASDA HTV 1999 Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: htv99c.jpg. Image width: 590 pixels. Image height: 389 pixels. Image size: 45,799 bytes.
NASDA HTV 1999 NASDA H-2 Transfer Vehicle.
Credit: NASDA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: htv99d.jpg. Image width: 602 pixels. Image height: 411 pixels. Image size: 48,848 bytes.
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