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EXPLORING SPACE - FOR ALL MANKIND-----------------------------------------This blog is to proliferate space travel and exploration to people the world over, in an attempt to inspire a sense of awe and wonder into mankind's greatest accomplishment - the exploration of the stars.---Former NASA History Facebook and Twitter content creator.----------------------Passionate about spaceflight since the age of two, I live and breath rockets, NASA, and anything space. I also enjoy Florida History and World's Fairs. I'm an avid explorer, and I'll occasionally post images from my travels.--------------21 - DC/VA/FL

Exhibit showcasing the launch vehicles used by the United States in 1964. Two things of particular interest here are the models of the Titan-IIIC/MOL and the Saturn V. The Titan-IIIC/MOL was launched only once on a test flight a year and a half after the closing of the fair, in November of 1966. The first mechanically-completed Saturn V, SA-500F, was not completed until around the same time, and was, during the time of the fair, still undergoing final design changes.

Exhibit showcasing the launch vehicles used by the United States in 1964. Two things of particular interest here are the models of the Titan-IIIC/MOL and the Saturn V. The Titan-IIIC/MOL was launched only once on a test flight a year and a half after the closing of the fair, in November of 1966. The first mechanically-completed Saturn V, SA-500F, was not completed until around the same time, and was, during the time of the fair, still undergoing final design changes.

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