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Operation Ganymed DVD cover.

Movie (1977)

Horst Frank (Mac)
Dieter Laser (Don)
Jürgen Prochnow (Oss)
Uwe Friedrichsen (Steve)

A spaceship returns to Earth after several years of space exploration and finds it desolate. Landing in what they believe is Mexico, the crew decides to travel north, and try to find out what happened to Earth during the years they were gone.

Saturn V Apollo

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Rockwell Space Shuttle

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North American Apollo Command Module

The command module was built by North American Aviation.

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Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation

Registration F-BHBI, c/n 4634 built in 1956. Originally operated by Air France, donated by French Government in 1968 for use in the Biafra airlift. Was abandoned at Lanzarote Airport (ACE/GCRR) in the Canary Islands in 1968 after an emergency landing and remained there until it was destroyed by fire in 1984.

Reg. F-BHBI Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation of the Biafra Air Force (Compagnie Air Fret).

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