My only regret is that once I finally made it to Kennedy Space Center, way back in 2005, I went with an inferior digital camera.
One of the exhibits NASA has put out for visitors there is the Rocket Garden, a portion of the grounds where static examples of rockets from the early days of space exploration are displayed in all their silent grandeur. This photo doesn't really do them justice - they're hells of things to see in person.
And none of them will hold a candle to the Ares V - presuming it ever gets off the ground, that is.
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