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The above scene shows an astronaut from Earth signifying the orbit of his planet relative to that of Mercury. If the inner circle is the Sun, then the third cirle from the Sun would be Earth with Mercury and Venus nearest the Sun. The spaceman's suit is very armour-life which is unlike those worn by space men and women of today.


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Last modified: Wednesday, 30-Nov-04 09:15:00 PM CDT

Author: Jerry Woodfill / NASA, Mail Code ER7, jared.woodfill1@jsc.nasa.gov

Curator: Cecilia Breigh, NASA JSC ER7

Responsible Official: Andre Sylvester, NASA JSC ER7

Automation, Robotics and Simulation Division, Walter W. Guy, Chief.

Picture of the logo of NASA Johnson Space Center's Automation, Robotics, and 
Simulation Division.  The logo depicts a robot extended arm and hand.  The robotic 
hand holds Mars in its grasp.