Missiles Removed from Outside, A&I

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"Rocket Row" or "Missile Row" is dismantled as the Jupiter-C and Vanguard space boosters, which had been on exhibit at the Arts & Industries Building for nearly 15 years, are moved to the Silver Hill facility for refurbishing and repainting in anticipation of their exhibition at the new National Air and Space Museum building.


  • Arts and Industries Building)
  • National Air and Space Museum


Chronology of Smithsonian History


Torch, 12/1974, p. 1

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November, 1974


  • Artificial satellites
  • Rocket Row
  • Exhibitions
  • Grounds
  • Jupiter-C Rocket
  • Rocketry

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