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Apollo ASTP
California Science Center
Los Angeles, CA

Apollo Apollo-Soyuz Test Project

• Serial Number:111
• Flight:ASTP
• Mission:ASTP
• Nickname:ASTP
• Crew:Stafford, Brand, Slayton
• Launch Date:7-15-1975
• Flight Duration:9 Days, 1 Hours, 30 Minutes
Apollo-Soyuz Test Project command module on display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, California. ASTP was a joint US-Soviet flight where the Apollo and Soyuz spacecraft docked in space. This was the first of many future joint US-Soviet space missions.

This spacecraft was moved to the California Science Center in Los Angeles in early 2006 from the Kennedy Space Center, where it was on display in the Saturn V Center. KSC did not have a manned and space-flown Apollo spacecraft on display for several years until the Apollo 14 craft was moved over from the Astronaut Hall Of Fame in 2009. The photo below is a photo from the early 2000s when the capsule was on display at KSC.

Apollo Apollo-Soyuz Test Project

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