Concept Model of First U.S. Unmaned Lunar Lander - Project Surveyor
Thanks to Hughes Aircraft Co., Culver City, CA., L.A. Hyland, Vice President and General Manager, and Dr. R.L. Roderick, Surveyor Program Manager. Surveyor I soft-landed on the surface of the moon near the crater Flansteed on June 2, 1966, 0617 hours GMT.
International Space Station (early configuration)
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