Place:Marshall Space Flight Center
Marshall Space Flight Center
The history of the Space Program and the history of Huntsville are tightly linked.
The following articles contain several hundred pictures and other items related to Marshall Space Flight Center.
- History of Rocketry
- Headquarters Area
- Redstone Rocket Test Stand
- Advanced Saturn Dynamic Test Stand
- Power Plant Test Stand
- Saturn 1 C Static Test Facility
- Cold Calibration Test Stand
- East Test Area - Dodd Road
- East Test Area - Blockhouse
- East Test Area - General
- West Test Area
- Northeast Test Area
- Northwest Test Area
- Lab and Support Area
- Components Test Laboratory
- Neutral Buoyancy Simulator Facility
- U.S. Space and Rocket Museum
The following are maps of Marshall Space Flight Center and Redstone Arsenal
- Marshall Space Flight Center Site Plan (circa 1970)
- Marshall Space Flight Center - Development Laboratories (circa 1963)
- Marshall Space Flight Center - 4700 Area Aerial View (1950s)
- Siebert Arsenal Project (circa 1941) - This is a rare map showing the property owners whose land was incorporated into Redstone Arsenal in 1941.
The University of Alabama Huntsville Library Archives provide some great resources on this topic, including:
- Photos from the Stuhlinger Recognition Collection
- A series of posters about the history of rocketry - There is one poster for each year from 1950 to 1970. These posters line the halls of the Von Braun Research Hall at UAH.
- Oral History Collections - An extensive collection of online video recordings of Huntsville's own space scientists recalling their roles in the space program.