Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women

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Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women DVD cover.

Movie (1968)

Gennadi Vernov alias Aldo Romani (Astronaut Andre Freneau)
Mamie Van Doren (Moana)
Mary Marr (Verba)
Paige Lee (Twyla)

In 1988, a space vessel VEGA is hit by a meteor and all onboard is lost. Quickly a first rocket is sent to discover what happened. Itself damaged by a meteor, it landed in emergency on an unknown planet (Venus ?). Another rocket is sent to rescue the unfortunate crew and lands safely on this strange planet.

North American XB-70 Valkyrie

Yes ! a model of the XB-70 bomber acting like a future spacecraft ... with USAF title (instead the more suitable NASA one).

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Lockheed X-7

or Boeing CIM-10 Bomarc or Hound Dog (minus the forward control surfaces) ?
Two takes don't display full shape and so, it's hard to guess exactly which project is used to suggest a future space vehicule. In fact the V-tail is different of the three sugggested pattern.

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Apollo Spacecraft

Very top of the Apollo rocket (jettison motor and launch escape system).

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Apollo Command/Service Module and Lunar Module models.

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Space Plane

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Space Ship

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Another one.

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Vega Space Ship

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Rescue Rocket

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