The British Interplanetary Society, a scholarly organization whose most famous member ought to have been the late Sir Arthur C Clarke, started studying how to carry out a manned landing on the moon already before World War Two. Their approach was realistic and it appears that their technical studies came as close to the mark as was possible with the knowledge available in those days. After all, nobody predicted the semiconductor revolution that appeared soon after the war’s end; it transformed all types of advanced technology.
Illustrator BA Smith did some artwork based on those studies. Now a group of present-day illustrator have used his works to do some nice 3D renderings. The result: great-looking retro-technology. Space travel as it ought to have been, Read more here — link >>>