Double Exposure of Rockets!

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Double Exposure of Rockets!
posted by sam4flight
Fri, Jul 10 2009

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This is a photograph at Kennedy Space Center of a double exposure of the rockets which are actually 1 and half miles apart. They compare Skylab I and Skylab II space vehicles on there pads at there launch center. Skylab I, at right on Pad 39 A is the modified Saturn V rocket scheduled to lift the nations first space station into earth orbit on May 14. Skylab 2, on the left, on Pad 39B lifted Charles Contrad, Joseph P.Kerwin and Paul J.Weitz to there rendezvous and dock with an experimentation in the Space Station.