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Truck Motor vehicle Snowplow
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Truck Bus Van
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Truck Trailer Trailer truck
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Truck Fire engine Motor vehicle
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Car Truck Motor vehicle
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Truck Sky Landscape
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Truck Vehicle Car
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Truck Car Vehicle
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Truck Fire engine Motor vehicle
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Male customer buying food at truck
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Truck Fire engine Home
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Truck sunset dusk
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Pickup Motor vehicle Truck
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People buying food at truck
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Bus Trolleybus Conveyance
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Motor vehicle camper van
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Toy truck carrying a christmas tree on wooden table during christmas time
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Owner taking order from customer at food truck
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White Truck Riding on Brown Sandy Surface during Daytime
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Tractor Against Sky
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Christmas cookies on plate and toy truck with a glass of milk on wooden table during christmas time
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Automobile beach car drive
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Smiling couple interacting with each other at food truck van
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Man talking to coworker writing menu while standing by food truck
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Close up of writing slate on wooden table in food truck
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Happy friends taking selfie from mobile phone in food truck van
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Building Street City
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Portrait of beautiful woman using mobile phone near food truck
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Smiling friends using mobile phone at food truck van
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Owner writing menu on blackboard while standing against food truck
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Happy friends taking selfie from mobile phone in food truck van
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Happy friends having juice near food truck
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After the grounding of the M2-F1 in 1966, it was kept in outside storage on the Dryden complex. After several years, its fabric and plywood structure was damaged by the sun and weather. Restoration of the vehicle began in February 1994 under the leadership of NASA retiree Dick Fischer, with other retirees who had originally worked on the M2-F1's construction and flight research three decades before also participating. The photo shows the now-restored M2-F1 returning to the site of its flight research, now called the Dryden Flight Research Center, on 22 August 1997.
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Smiling friends interacting with each other in food truck van
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Couple interacting while having snacks in food truck van
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Waiter serving snacks to customers at food truck counter
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Happy woman feeding snacks to man near food truck
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Portrait of friends standing with snacks in food truck van
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Portrait of confident waiter standing in food truck
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Waiter writing in notepad at food truck counter
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Friends having snacks in food truck van
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Portrait of happy friends smiling in food truck van
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Smiling friends eating snacks in food truck van
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Rear view of a young Caucasian disabled man in a wheelchair beside his pick-up truck, parked with the door open, about to climb into the truck
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Bus graffiti paint job
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Man paying bill through smartwatch at food truck counter
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Happy friends holding beer bottles near food truck
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Smiling waiter giving order to customers at counter in food truck van
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Smiling waiter giving order to customer at counter in food truck van
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Meal and snacks in wicker basket at counter in food truck van
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Portrait of happy waiter writing in notepad at food truck counter
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Portrait of happy waitress standing with arms crossed at the entrance of food truck
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Portrait of confident waiters standing with arms crossed at food truck counter
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Midsection of young man holding tortilla in box while standing by food truck
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Freight car Car Wheeled vehicle
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Grey and Black Recreational Vehicle on Ground Under Blue and White Sky
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Adventure africa auto bulkhead
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Mountain Mountains Landscape
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, hardware that will be used in the launch of the Ares I-X rocket is being offloaded from the C-5 aircraft. The hardware consists of a precisely machined, full-scale simulator crew module and launch abort system to form the tip of NASA's Ares I-X rocket. The launch of the 321-foot-tall, full-scale Ares I-X, targeted for July 2009, will be the first in a series of unpiloted rocket launches from Kennedy. When fully developed, the 16-foot diameter crew module will furnish living space and reentry protection for the astronauts, while their launch abort system will provide safe evacuation if a launch vehicle failure occurs.    Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller
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Mountain Landscape Vehicle
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White Pick Up Truck on Desert Against Sunset
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Tree Landscape Grass
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Roadtrip
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Rural road
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Car Jeep Motor vehicle
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Gray Car
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General view of rubbish piled on a landfill full of trash with bulldozer working and cloudy overcast sky in the background. Global environmental issue of waste disposal.
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Car Jeep Motor vehicle
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Minibus Bus Public transport
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Close-up of Old Vintage Car on Field
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Car Vehicle Motor vehicle
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Orange Car Beside the Red Car Parked on Side Street during Daytime
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Green Harvester on Green Rice Field Under Blue and White Sky during Daytime
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Green And White Taxi
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Car Motor vehicle Beach wagon
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Car Cab Motor vehicle
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Desert sand footprints
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Tractor Vehicle Wheeled vehicle
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Car Motor vehicle
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Black Thunderbird Car
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Vintage Car
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Ferris Wheel Against Sky
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City iphone smartphone taking photo
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, workers "spot" for space shuttle Discovery as it rolls from Orbiter Processing Facility-2, or OPF-2, to the Vehicle Assembly Building, or VAB.    Discovery will be stored inside the VAB for approximately one month while shuttle Atlantis undergoes processing in OPF-2 following its final mission, STS-135. Discovery flew its 39th and final mission, STS-133, in February and March 2011, and currently is being prepared for public display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Virginia. For more information about Discovery's Transition and Retirement, visit   www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/launch/discovery_rss_collection_archive_1.html.  Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann
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