In 1966, George E. Mueller, NASA associate administrator for Manned Space Flight, produced a concept drawing of what would become "Skylab," the world's first space station. The first of three crewed Skylab mission launched May 14, 1973 – 41 years ago, today.
Remember the space age? It wasn't that long ago. This illustration from Peter Fairley's 1970 Space Annual is a great line drawing, but moreover reminds me of the wonder and awe we used to have for the space program.