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A fuel cell built by Pratt & Whitney for the Apollo lunar spacecraft in the 1960s on display at the Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson, Kansas, one of America's leading space and rocket museums. The cell used hydrogen and oxygen to produce power for the three-man Apollo command and service module spacecraft.
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