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Saturn 5

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  1. Sakasa
    Wernher von Braun standing by the five massive engines of the Saturn V in The Saturn V rocket was a three stage design. It stood m ( ft) high and weighed 2,, kg (6,, lb). The first rockets were able to carry a load of 44, kg (98, lb).
  2. Mezir
    Saturn V was a multi-stage liquid fuel rocket used by NASA for Apollo missions and later on Skylab. The rocket was in use between 19and was the most powerful rocket of the Saturn missile family. On November 9, , the first American Saturn V missile was launched It was the most powerful, .
  3. Gutaxe
    The Saturn V rocket consisted of three propulsion stages, the S-IC first stage, the S-II second stage, and the S-IVB third stage. An instrument unit, located above the S-IVB, provided guidance and control for the rocket. Mouse over listed items to see their location. Click for more information.
  4. Felar
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  5. Akinokasa
    The Saturn V was a rocket NASA built to send people to the moon. (The V in the name is the Roman numeral five.) The Saturn V was a type of rocket called a Heavy Lift Vehicle. That means it .
  6. Kazigul
    At feet/ meters long, it is 60 feet/18 meters taller than the Statue of Liberty! Although a total of 13 Saturn V rockets were launched between and , this is one of only three remaining in the United States. Exhibits alongside the rocket highlight its assembly and the more than , people who helped build the massive machine.
  7. Zulkira
    LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V Outer Space Model Rocket for Kids and Adults, Science Building Kit ( Pieces) out of 5 stars $ $

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