New 4x6 Photo: Apollo Vehicle Heads to Launch Complex
New 4x6 Photo: Apollo Vehicle Heads to Launch Complex
New 4x6 Photo: Apollo Vehicle Heads to Launch Complex

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  • Title - Apollo Vehicle Heads to Launch Complex.
  • Description - An aerial view of the Apollo Saturn V Facilities Test vehicle rolling out of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) and heading to Launch Complex 39A. This test vehicle, designated the Apollo Saturn 500F, will never make the journey to the moon. However, it is being used to verify launch facilities, train launch crews, and develop test and checkout procedures..
  • Description Source - NASA.
  • Year - Unknown.
  • SKU - NAS-0139.
  • Imported from USA.
New white-bordered print measures 4" x 6" (approximate). Our prints are custom made-to-order using a gloss finish on heavy-weight photographic paper. Print is also coated for water-resistance and acid free to prevent yellowing. **A Note on Image Quality: The quality of historic images are subject to the wearing of time, the capabilities of the original photographer, and limitations of period technology. History affords us no re-takes; we must content ourselves with what has been left to us. Please note that we do not attempt to fix, enhance or disturb the original image in any way, as we feel these eccentricities add to its historic charm. Thank you for taking this into consideration before making your purchase.

New 4x6 Photo: Apollo Vehicle Heads to Launch Complex


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