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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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