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Trailers for defense transportation. Winter Weiss Company, Denver, Colorado. Flooring being laid on semi-trailers for general utility used around Army camps and supply depots. These trailers carry a payload of 7,000 pounds on a combination platform stake body of hardwood

Trailers for defense transportation. Winter Weiss Company, Denver, Colorado. Flooring being laid on semi-trailers for general utility used around Army camps and supply depots. These trailers carry a payload of 7,000 pounds on a combination platform stake body of hardwood

Trailers for defense transportation. Winter Weiss Company, Denver, Colorado. Completed semi-trailer with combination platform stake bodies are loaded into freight cars for delivery to Army Quartermaster Depots. These trailers are intended for general utility use in Army camps and supply depots. They carry a 7,000 ton payload

Trailers for defense transportation. Winter Weiss Company, Denver, Colorado. Manufacture of semi-trailers for Defense transportation. These trailers are eqipped with a combination platform stake body and are intended for general use in Army camps and depots. They carry a payload of 7,000 pounds. This worker is attaching reflectors to the rear of the trailer frame

Trailers for defense transportation. Winter Weiss Company, Denver, Colorado. Completed semi-trailer with combination platform stake bodies are loaded into freight cars for delivery to Army Quartermaster Depots. These trailers are intended for general utility use in Army camps and supply depots. They carry a 7,000 ton payload

Ready for a payload. Inspectors check the assembly of a railway carriage which will soon carry an 8-inch gun. The guns are turned out in an eastern plant

A new design developed to explore the feasibility of carrying very large equipment by glider. This has the largest cargo space of any glider and the largest payload

CG-16. An experimental design having a large payload but limited cargo space, this glider is part of the study which has been made to determine the limit in size for tactical usefulness fo gliders

CG-10A. A new design developed to explore the feasibility of carrying very large equiment by glider. This has the largest cargo space of any glider and the largest payload. Note size of truck which has just driven off glider

CG-10A. This experimental glider was developed to explore the feasibility of carrying very large equipment. It has the largest cargo space of any glider and the largest payload. Note size of truck which has just driven out of glider. Shown at demonstration of equipment held by United States Army Air Forces

Photograph of a Rocket Payload Collar

The Atlas-Agena B space Vehicle waits on the launch pad to launch the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Ranger V Spacecraft on a 66 – 62 hour journey to the moon. Ranger V is a 735-pound gold and chrome Plated payload designed to perform a series of complicated tasks, including taking television pictures of the lunar surface. 62P-165

A C-7 Caribou aircraft, transferred from the U.S. Army to the Air Force on Jan. 1, is used for airlifting supplies to forward outposts in Vietnam. With a maximum payload of three tons, the C-7A can take off and clear a 50-foot obstacle in about 1,200 feet. The aircraft, used for landing at short, unimproved airfields, can land on a 1,000-foot runway

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. -- In the AO Building at Cape Kennedy Air Force Station in Florida, the Pioneer G spacecraft awaits the installation of its protective payload fairing. The interplanetary space probe is scheduled for launch atop an Atlas Centaur rocket from Cape Kennedy April 5, 1973. Pioneer G's nearly two-year mission will take it on an investigation of the asteroid belt, then on to Jupiter, largest planet in our solar system. NASA's launch teams from the Kennedy Space Center will direct final testing and the launch itself. The mission is a project of the Ames Research Center. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-73P-0116

The Boeing Vertol advanced Canadian CH-147 Chinook helicopter has been delivered to the U.S. Army for the Canadian Department of National Defense. The Canadian armed forces ordered eight of these aircraft which represent significant advances in flying qualities, payload and long range rescue capabilities

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the shuttle service and access tower SSAT, left, is assembled at Launch Complex 39A from sections of launch umbilical tower 3. The lower 180 feet of the old ML-3 will be topped by the former uppermost section on which a hammerhead crane will be installed and the next lower section which houses the intact ML-3 elevator room and equipment. The SSAT will anchor and support a hinge column to the Payload Changeout Room PCR which will travel on a rail in a specified area to enclose the space shuttle's cargo bay on the pad for installation or removal of payloads. Mobile Launcher 2, center right, is on the pad to support the PCR during construction. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-76PC-0541

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, structural work is ongoing inside the high bay of the Operations and Checkout Building. The modifications are taking place to configure the facility flight hardware from the Apollo Program and prepare to support payload processing for future space shuttle missions. Photo Credit: NASA KSC-378-0107

A rocket engine module for an Inertial Upper Stage (IUS). The IUS is used as a payload booster aboard Titan 34D/37D-7 launch vehicles and space shuttle orbiters

The fairing is lowered into position on an Atlas NDS-5 launch vehicle for closeout of the NDS-5 payload

The fairing is lowered into position on an Atlas NDS-5 launch vehicle for closeout of the NDS-5 payload

The fairing is lowered into position on an Atlas NDS-5 launch vehicle for closeout of the NDS-5 payload

The payload bay doors of the Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia were opened for the first time today using the orbiter's onboard door operation system. The hinges of the payload bay doors are not designed to support the weight of the doors while open horizontally in the Earth's one 'g' environment and a counterweight zero 'g' device supports the weight of the doors while they are open for processing in the OPF. ARC-1980-AC80-0107-6

The payload bay doors of the Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia were opened for the first time today using the orbiter's onboard door operation system. The hinges of the payload bay doors are not designed to support the weight of the doors while open horizontally in the Earth's one 'g' environment and a counterweight zero 'g' device supports the weight of the doors while they are open for processing in the OPF. ARC-1969-AC80-0107-5

A view of the payload preparation room (PPR), part of Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6), under construction

An aerial view of the partially constructed payload preparation room, a part of Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6), under construction

A view, looking north, of the payload servicing pit, part of Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6), under construction

A view, looking north, of the payload servicing pit, part of Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6), under construction

A view of the payload preparation room duct work, during construction of Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6)

A view of the payload preparation room checkout cell no. 1, platforms 1 and 2, during construction of Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6)

A view of a payload deservicing pit of the Overall Missile Construction Facility (OMCF) under construction

A view of a payload deservicing pit of the Overall Missile Construction Facility (OMCF) under construction

An artist's concept of the payload assembly building planned for the upcoming MX intercontinental ballistic missile program at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif

1LT Charles Bailey, missile system engineer, checks a Zodiacal Infrared Program (ZIP) II payload missile for clearance as the missile opens its excess panel to extend the sensors and cables in the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL)

41D-35-066 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-097 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-095 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-069 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-065 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

51F-115-029 - STS-51F - 51F Shuttle Payload

41D-35-092 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-096 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-067 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

STS064-33-014 - STS-064 - Payload and General Support Computer

41D-35-094 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

STS064-33-015 - STS-064 - Payload and General Support Computer

41D-35-093 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

51F-115-031 - STS-51F - 51F Shuttle Payload

STS064-31-001 - STS-064 - Payload and General Support Computer

41D-35-091 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-003 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-072 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

51F-115-030 - STS-51F - 51F Shuttle Payload

41D-35-089 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-090 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-070 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

STS064-08-036 - STS-064 - MS Linenger using the Payload and General Support Computer

S09-14-736 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

41D-35-004 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

51F-115-028 - STS-51F - 51F Shuttle Payload

41D-35-073 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

STS064-08-037 - STS-064 - MS Linenger using the Payload and General Support Computer

41D-35-088 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-068 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

S09-14-737 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

41D-35-071 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

41D-35-064 - STS-41D - Solar array panels for the OAST-1 payload

S35-49-028 - STS-035 - STS-35 payload specialists perform balancing act on OV-102's middeck

S35-12-024 - STS-035 - STS-35 Payload Specialist Parise sets up SAREX on OV-102's middeck

View of CCTV camera mounted on aft payload bay bulkhead

PORTRAIT - PAYLOAD SPECIALIST OCKELS, WUBBO - JSC

OFFICE OF SPACE SCIENCE (OSS)-1 PAYLOAD - KSC

View of the Columbia's open payload bay and the Canadian RMS

View of the Columbia's open payload bay

Artist's concept of a solar panel package solar payload

A view of a satellite installed in a fairing combined payload

PDP grappled by RMS is positioned above payload bay (PLB) at sunrise

Closeups of IECM grappled by RMS and positioned above payload bay (PLB)

An MX Pathfinder missile re-entry vehicle is transported from the payload assembly building to the integrated test facility

An aerial view of the V-23 Access Tower and Payload Change-out Room (PCR) construction site

An artist's concept of an Inertial Upper Stage orbital transfer vehicle with a satellite payload attached as it is released from a space shuttle orbiter. Space Division 1982

S09-13-697 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S09-13-698 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S08-17-2576 - STS-008 - Aft flight deck payload station with personal hygiene kit and supplies

S09-13-704 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S08-19-524 - STS-008 - Aft flight deck onorbit station and payload station documentation

S09-13-701 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S09-13-700 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S08-19-523 - STS-008 - Aft flight deck onorbit station and payload station documentation

S09-13-705 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S09-13-703 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S09-13-702 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

S08-14-372 - STS-008 - Aft Flight Deck Payload Station documentation

S09-13-699 - STS-009 - Payload specialist Merbold performing experiment in Spacelab

PAYLOAD (INDIA SATELLITE [INSAT]) - SHUTTLE

An aerial view of the Integrate, Transfer, and Launch (ITL) and Shuttle Payload Integration Facility (SPIF)

Reflected view of the TDRS in the STS-6 Challengers payload bay

MS Peterson and MS Musgrave in payload bay (PLB) during EVA

STS-8 payload flight test article prior to shipment to KSC

View of the Payload Flight Test Article (PFTA) installed in cargo bay

Close up view of the PFTA being lifted out of the payload bay