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Apollo 17 capsule "America" splashed down at 2:25 pm EST on December 19, 1972, completing the last lunar landing mission of the Apollo program. Photo: NASA/MSFC

Saturn IB launch in 1973 to SkyLab.

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Apollo 10 blasts off on May 18, 1969.

July 15, 1975: Astronauts Tom Stafford, Vance Brand, and Deke Slayton launch on the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP), the first cooperative mission in space between the United States and the Soviet Union. Photo credit: NASA/MSFC (MSFC-75-SA-4105-2C) Learn more about the ASTP Apollo Command Module #111 in our collection: s.si.edu/cforB See a recreation of the Apollo-Soyuz rendezvous at the Museum in DC: s.si.edu/cfopR

This Day in Space History: Apollo 12 and SCE to AUX

A commercial rocket that takes off and lands vertically, like the Apollo module, is giving space-race era navigation code an update