Free Photo: Engines of the Saturn-V Rocket



The Saturn-V Rocket bottom end. A good view of the rocket-bottom, showing the main propulsion engines.

The Saturn-V Rocket was an american built rocket, used by NASA from 1966 to 1973. This rocket was designed as a Three-Stage, Liquid-fueled launch vehicle to be used in the Apollo Program. Later on, the Saturn-V was used to launch Skylab, the first american space station . It was launched 13 times from K.S.C. (Known as the Kennedy Space Center) in florida with no losses of crew, or it payload. Since its creation, it is still the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket, based off of Highest Total Impulse) brought to operational status, and holds many records for Heaviest, and largest payload capacity to L.E.O. (Low Earth Orbit). (Source: ‘Wikipedia’)


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This page last updated August 2016