A project to link an Apollo Spacecraft with a Soyuz Spacecraft.
Pictured in front is the Apollo Spacecraft, with the connected Soyuz Spacecraft in the background.
The Apollo dwarfs the Soyuz in person. I would not want to spend too much time traveling in the Soyuz.
Here is a closeup of the Soyuz Spacecraft. The descent module is in the middle, with some more living space on the left, which connects to Apollo, and the engines in the rear. The Soyuz is still in use today as a reliable transport craft for the International Space Station.
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