When I last visited NASA's Space Center (10yrs ago?) the Saturn V rocket that was built for the scrubbed Apollo 18 mission was exhibited resting on it's side on the green exposed to the elements. That was as very impressive sight. On a return visit last weekend, I pleased to see that it is now housed in its own shed building protecting and displaying it in fashion appropriate for the monumental nature of the missions it represents. Wow! Enclosing it accentuates the scale of this one of a kind vehicle. If you ever journey to Houston you will find it worth a visit just to see the remarkable machine. Photos taken with a Olympus EM1 and 12mm. Finally, the Space Center at Nasa failed in its bid to get one of the retired space shuttles. But they do have this mock up on top of a plane. EM1 with 45mm.