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Art Concept - Apollo VIII - Command Module (CM) - Re-Entry Orientation

Art Concept - Apollo VIII - Command Module (CM) - Re-Entry Orientation

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S68-55292 (August 1968) --- A North American Rockwell Corporation artist's concept depicting the Apollo Command Module (CM), oriented in a blunt-end-forward attitude, re-entering Earth's atmosphere after returning from a lunar landing mission. Note the change in color caused by the extremely high temperatures encountered upon re-entry.

Free Space artwork and designs. Since its creation in 1958, NASA has been taking copyright-free pictures of the Earth, the Moon, the planets, and other astronomical objects inside and outside our Solar System. Under United States copyright law, works created by the U.S. federal government or its agencies, such as NASA are in public domain and cannot be copyrighted. NASA pictures are legally in the public domain.

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01/01/1968
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