First Rocket Launch Print

This is a high-quality printed reproduction of an original, custom watercolor created by Madison. The prints come in multiple sizes, with multiple border options, and are printed on high-quality watercolor paper.

 

This print is of a group observing the first NASA rocket launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in July 1950. The rocket’s name was “Bumper 2,” consisted of 2 stages, and was launched under direction of General Electric. The upper stage of the rocket reached a maximum height of nearly 250 miles, above the current orbit of the International Space Station.

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This is a high-quality printed reproduction of an original, custom watercolor created by Madison. The prints come in multiple sizes, with multiple border options, and are printed on high-quality watercolor paper.

 

This print is of a group observing the first NASA rocket launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in July 1950. The rocket’s name was “Bumper 2,” consisted of 2 stages, and was launched under direction of General Electric. The upper stage of the rocket reached a maximum height of nearly 250 miles, above the current orbit of the International Space Station.