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GAP Uses Space Shuttle Instead Of Saturn V For ‘1969’ Ad Campaign
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida – The GAP company’s latest ‘1969’ ad campaign has caused more than a few space enthusiasts to text OMG! after the apparel retailer used a photo of a space shuttle instead of the Apollo program’s Saturn V rocket.
Of course, it is well known to Brevard County residents on Florida’s Space Coast that the massive Saturn V rocket was launching astronauts to the moon from Cape Canaveral, Florida in 1969 – and not the space shuttle.