Gems from the Museum (23 Oct 2004)
The MIT Saturn V model may be the only one of those original models on public display in a museum. One of them was given to John F. Kennedy Jr. shortly after his father was assassinated. The others are believed to be held by NASA.
MITís involvement with the Apollo program went much further than Seamans. His mentor, Charles Stark Draper, won the contract to develop the missionís guidance, navigation, and control systems at MITís Instrumentation Lab. That lab eventually spun off as the independent Draper Laboratory in Cambridge.
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