The NASA Houston photo shows an enormous 360/75 machine room disppearing into the vanishing point. The NASA Goddard photo gives a closer real-life view of the 360/75 console; the accompanying IBM photo archive text said: "The IBM System/360 Model 75 at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. The control room is reflected in the mirror used during tests of the IBM System/360 Model 75, one of four computers that controlled Apollo spacecraft tracking and communications. Goddard's flight network acquired voice and telemetry information as well as radar data through 17 tracking stations and four ships."
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