In 1958, a scientist works on preparing a rocket for launch. | Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Nasa scientist preparing a rocket for launching at Cape Canaveral, 1958

Another view of the Kidde Kokoon: the shelter you use for when you only need to survive 3-5 days of a post-nuclear nightmare

fallout shelter in the I remember my room being enlarged as a kid, and in the process, a small bomb shelter was built underneath it. Not as nice as this one.

A NASA dining room and lounge in 1950. | Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Here's what the beginning of the Space Age looked like.

Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Here in engineers test out a NASA vehicle for lunar missions.

Welcome to Hotel NASA. Here’s a bedroom at NASA in 1950. | Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Here's what the beginning of the Space Age looked like.

NASA 1964 - where's the sliderules?

NASA before Powerpoint, Before the days of Power Point and Prezi, employees at NASA would have to go about conveying their knowledge in a much more laborious way: chalk, board, and likely tears.

Analog computer equipment in the old Space Flight Operations control center, 1960

The incredible story of NASA’s forgotten ‘Rocket Girls’

Mission Control, 1961

“NASA Mission Control Center, 1961 / Alan Shepard waits to become the first American in space, 1961 ”

Netflix doc Mercury 13 tells the story of women who should have gone to space but couldnt

Netflix doc Mercury 13 tells the story of women who should have gone to space but couldnt

New York City welcomes Apollo 11 crewmen in a showering of ticker tape down Broadway and Park Avenue in a parade termed as the largest in the city’s history. Pictured in the lead car, from the right, are astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, commander; Michael Collins, command module pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot. The three astronauts teamed for the first manned lunar landing, on July 20, 1969. Credit: NASA Photo by Bill Taub.

From NASA’s Archives, 50 Amazing Photos Of The Apollo Moon Missions

John F. Kennedy sits behind models of the Saturn rockets as he is briefed on this country's man-on-the-moon program in the Saturn control center at Cape Canaveral, Fla., Nov. 16, 1963. AP.

Kennedy sits behind models of the Saturn rockets as he is briefed on this country's man-on-the-moon program in the Saturn control center at Cape Canaveral, Fla.

Mission Control, Houston, April 13, 1970 - bringing Apollo 13 home| NASA

Mission Control, Houston, April 13, 1970

Mission Control room with flight directors facing monitors and large screens on walls showing view inside lunar module

Flight control room for first launches . This is part of the AF museum at Cape Canaveral Air Station.

Kennedy Space Center - photos by Shaun O'Boyle

Echter und menschlicher Computer:  Diese JPL-Angestellte bedient (unter...

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