This Week In Rocket History: Helios-B

IMAGE: A Helios spacecraft prototype encapsulated in its payload fairing in the Spacecraft Assembly and Encapsulation Facility [SAEF]. The prototype was moved to Complex 41 for mating with the Titan/Centaur. It was removed and returned to the SAEF after completion of the Titan/Centaur terminal countdown demonstration. CREDIT: NASA

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