Fly Me to the Moon

From Freedom 7 to Skylab 4, human imagination launched to new heights: "We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too."
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Toyota EX-2, 1969

Die zehn tollsten Studien aus Japan: Kreativität auf Rädern

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psychedelicway: Photography by Ian Yeomans (1966) Zippertravel.com

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TORICA ASTRO GLOBE ATOMIC SPUTNIK 1960s

RARE TORICA ASTRO GLOBE ATOMIC SPACE AGE SPUTNIK MID CENTURY MODERN 1960s SUPERB

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The Crack In Space, Philip K. Dick

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Vintage library poster.

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lightthiscandle: pressuregradient: God, I miss the days when the space age was a Thing We Cared About. This wonderful Gemini-inspired cover was drawn by sports and editorial cartoonist Karl Hubenthal. The twin Gemini-style capsules carrying players from the Twins and Dodgers ended up being an unintentional foreshadowing of the rendezvous of Gemini 6A and Gemini 7 in low Earth orbit in December, 1965. An L.A. native, Karl Hubenthal spent his early postwar years providing art to advertising ...

HUMANOID HISTORY

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Just One More 1961design Karl Hubenthal

Just One More! – Creative Cartoon Covers

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Out in Space

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During the first space rendezvous in December 1965, Jim Lovell’s helmet is barely visible in Gemini 7’s window in this photo taken from Gemini 6.

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Edward H. White II became the first American to perform a spacewalk on June 3, 1965. He floated outside the Gemini IV capsule for 20 minutes, remaining connected to the spacecraft's life-support and communications systems by a golden "umbilical cord" and using a hand-held jet thruster to maneuver in space. Shown here is Ed White's spacesuit as it was formerly displayed inside the Gemini IV capsule. The capsule is on display in the Boeing #MilestonesofFlight Hall at the Museum in Washington, ...

Gemini IV Interior | National Air and Space Museum

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Ed White outside Gemini

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Hans Hollein, Exhibition, 1969

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team meeting inspiration. Verner Panton . 1963-64

SHELF LOVE: A Few Picks From D's Files

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Exploring the Ruins of Rome’s Casa Sperimentale

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Exploring the Ruins of Rome’s Casa Sperimentale

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in the town of fregene, oliver astrologo has photographed an architectural relic called 'casa sperimentale'. in the late 1960s, architect giuseppe perugini built ‘casa sperimentale’ (experimental house)

Exploring the Ruins of Rome’s Casa Sperimentale

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1971

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Polished aluminium Olivetti Lettera typewriter ,1960s, Marcello Nizzoli. by cindy

Polished aluminium Olivetti Lettera typewriter ,1960s, Marcello Nizzoli.

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JOHN BERKEY - art for Space Merchants by C.M. Kornbluth - 1972 Ballantine Books

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Jupiter, ed. by Carol and Frederik Pohl Introduction by Isaac Asimov Ballantine 23662, 1973 Cover art by John Berkey

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Ballantine paperback, 1970. Cover artwork by John Berkey.

Ski-Ffy: TILTANGLE

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https://flic.kr/p/9yAEyK | Isaac Asimov - Asimov's Mysteries (Dell 1969) | cover art by John Berkey

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JOHN BERKEY - art for Spartan Planet - 1969 Dell Books

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John Conrad Berkey, Secret of the Sunless World, 1969

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"Starman Jones" 1967 Art by John Berkey

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