File:NASA spacecraft comparison.jpg
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English: Illustration of the relative sizes of the one-man Mercury spacecraft, the two-man Gemini spacecraft, and the three-man Apollo spacecraft. Also shows line drawing of launch vehicles (Saturn V, Titan II and Atlas-D) to show their relative size to each other and the position of the spacecraft at launch (highlighted at top).
Česky: Srovnání relativních velikostí (shora) trojmístné kosmické lodi Apollo, dvoumístné lodi Gemini a jednomístné Mercury. Vlevo v odlišném měřítku kresba nosných raket Saturn V (vynášející Apollo), Titan 2 (pro Gemini) a Atlas D (pro Mercury).
|Date||1 January 1964|
|Author||D. Meltzer (signature on image)|
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Apollo spacecraft: Command module/Service module and Moon lander
Saturn V launch vehicle with spacecrafts and launch escape tower highlighted
Titan II launch vehicle with Gemini spacecraft (launch escape tower was not used in this project)
Atlas launch vehicle with Mercury spacecraft and launch escape tower
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|Software used||Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows|
|File change date and time||09:55, 26 April 2012|
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|Image width||3,559 px|
|Date and time of digitizing||11:55, 26 April 2012|
|Date metadata was last modified||11:55, 26 April 2012|
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