|Quoting GST (Reply 2):|
I suppose the height of the orbit will dictate if it can see the apollo aites in sufficient detail to see a lander. I understand that the reason for it is to pick out future landing sites so it would be safe to assume powerful cameras are onboard.
|Quoting EBJ1248650 (Reply 6):|
It's obvious I'm behind the times. I thought the Atlas missile had gone the way of dinosaurs. Obviously I'm very wrong. I suspect this version is quite different from the Atlas missile of the cold war years.
|Quoting HaveBlue (Reply 8):|
That is awesome Sonntag, thank you for sharing. Very cool that they took the time to respond to your question.
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