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Photo: Dr. Robert H. Goddard Photo: Liquid Oxygen Tank Photo: 1926 Liquid Oxygen Tank Photo: Dr. Goddard with the 1926 Rocket Photo: Dr. Goddard with the 1926 Rocket
Photo: Goddard Injector Photo: Simple schematic drawing showing the main operating parts of the 1926 Goddard Rocket Photo: Page from Robert Goddard's Notebook Photo: Page from Robert Goddard's Notebook Photo: Page from Robert Goddard's Notebook
Photo: Engineer Tim Sanders assembles the combustion chamber for the non-flight replica Photo: Technician Calvin Terry assembles the launch frame MSFC Goddard Rocket Team Photo: Technician Danny Holland machines a part for the combustion chamber Photo: Tim Sanders, John London and Bob Sackheim hold the completed replica
Photo:  Goddard Rocket Replica Exhibit at the Huntsville Airshow Photo: Goddard Replica on Display Photo: Goddard Replica on Display Photo: Goddard Replica on Display Photo: Poster that highlights eight of Goddard's 214 patents
Photo: The Goddard's rocket displayed at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Photo: The Goddard's Rocket Replica displayed at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Photo: Replica of the March 1926 Rocket Photo: Placard Describing the Goddard Rockets on display at NASM Photo: Oldest Surviving Liquid Propellant
Photo: Rocket engine Photo: Rocket engine Photo: Mechanism at the Top of the April 1926 LOX Tank Photo: Hoopskirt Rocket Photo: Rocket Replica
Photo: Nozzle and Aft End of the Combustion Chamber Photo: LOX/Gasoline Injector and Sparkplug Assembly Photo: Engineer Paul Dumbacher and Visitors Photo: Combustion Chamber and Nozzle Throat Glow Cherry Red Blowndown Test
Photo: Cold flow system tests on Test Stand Photo: Forrest Van Sandt loads liquid oxygen into the LOX tank with a funnel. Photo: Loading gasoline shortly before a system test. Photo: Technicians vacate the area right before a hotfire test. Photo: Hot fire system tests on Test Stand
Photo: series of system tests bolted to Test Stand Photo:Tommy Barron steadies the ladder as Forrest Van Sandt loads LOX Photo: The first static firing of the Goddard rocket in it's "A" Photo: The Goddard rocket Photo: This test was a tethered test where the rocket was allowed to lift
Photo:An S-1C propulsion system firing at Marshall Space Flight Center in 1966. Photo: Tommy Barron adjusts the hold-down wires before a static firing. Photo: A close-up shot of the combustor shortly before a test. Photo: A close-up shot of the ice-covered LOX tank assembly right after a test.  

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