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Here's the nose cone view of the Saturn V.
Here's a Soviet-Era Soyuz spacecraft. This one is decked out with the modifications for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, which was undertaken during the 1970's after the Apollo program to test docking maneuvers and is considered the prelude to today's International Space Station project. The Soyuz capsule is still used today as the primary space platform by Russia and is considered to be a very reliable system. The Soyuz has undergone six generations of improvements and is the most proven manned spacecraft in history.
We were able to check out the International Space Station Center on NASA's closeup tour and were escorted into secure areas. Still, this sign gave me the heebie-jeebies.