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|First stage on display with the S-IVB Battleship Test Stage stacked in a launch ready condition at the Alabama Welcome Center on I-65 in Ardmore, AL.|
The Saturn IB was an uprated version of the Saturn I, which featured a much more powerful second stage, the S-IVB. Unlike the earlier Saturn I, the IB had enough throw weight to launch the Apollo Command/Service Module or Lunar Modu...
|a model of the saturn in 3d with high quality texture. You will need to be using Google Earth 4 Beta. You can spin the model and look at it from different angles.||08/03/2006||10,394|
|The Automobile Club de Monaco is celebrating its 75th Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo, which will take place from 18th to 21st January 2007. With three quarters of a century under its belt, the Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo is one of the oldest of all rallies, and will once again kick off the 2007 season, but this time totally redisignated.||01/05/2007||1,334|
|Found two Saturn V rockets near Huntsville USA and build this 3D model.||03/01/2006||4,556|
|Leftover Saturn V Rocket on display in Huston, Texas.||07/21/2005||2,446|
|Found two Saturn V rockets near Huntsville USA.||02/12/2006||1,264|
|The first stage of a Saturn Rocket in New Orleans||05/21/2008||3,179|
|Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a Swedish manufacturer of high-performance sports cars based in Ängelholm, and an announced buyer of Saab Automobile from General Motors.|
It's located in the old buildings used by the Swedish Airforce.
|Gottlieb Daimler (March 17, 1834 – March 6, 1900) was a key figure in the development of the gasoline engine and the invention and development of the automobile.|
Born in Schorndorf, he served an apprenticeship as a gunsmith and spent a period abroad studying mechanical engineering before attending technical college in Stuttgart. Daimler developed in Bad Cannstatt - a city distric...
|Ågesta Nuclear Power Plant was a 80 MW Heavy water reactor plant opened 1963 and closed down 1974. It was a combined district heating and electricity facility.||04/17/2009||424|
|General Motors Hydramatic transmission plant just outside of the Willow Run airport - Belleville, Michigan. This plant was once owned by the Ford Motor Company (as was the airport itself) and was where the B-24 Liberator bomber aircraft were mass produced and tested. ||07/31/2005||566|
|The William H. Zimmer Power Station, located near Moscow, Ohio, was originally intended to be a boiling water reactor type of nuclear power plant. Although once estimated to be 97% complete, poor construction and quality assurance (QA) led to the plant being converted to coal-fired generation. Today, the plant is generates 1400 gross MWe and 1300 net MWe. Zimmer Power Station is the largest sin...||03/16/2008||774|