apollo-201

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The text says: Beautiful hyacinth, your eyes are my stars and of my soul, the sun. Based on the cantata of Bach “BWV 201”, where Apollo sings and tells the death of his lover Jacinto.

I’ve always loved Greek mythology, one of my favorite myths is the of Apollo and Hyacinth. The trials of Apollo: the  hidden Oracle made my love for this myth grew up. And Buy this commission by Bishos (I love her art) to have a beautiful art of them <3 <3 <3

Apollo-Saturn 201 (AS-201), the first Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), lifts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 11:12 a.m. on Feb. 26, 1966. The AS-201 mission was an unmanned suborbital flight to test the Saturn 1B launch vehicle and the Apollo Command and Service Modules. This was the first flight of the S-IB and S-IVB stages, including the first flight test of the liquid-hydrogen/liquid oxygen-propelled J-2 engine in the S-IVB stage. During the thirty-seven minute flight, the vehicle reached an altitude of 303 miles and traveled 5,264 miles downrange.