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Login to manage your stash. The Saturn IB also was used for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project in 1975. The MSFC was a major player in the development of the Saturn rockets in the 1960s. Stash. Launch Vehicle: Saturn C-1. Newsfeed. Although some flights experienced significant problems, no Saturn rocket failed catastrophically in flight.

The newsfeed doesn't contain any items. Apogee: 167 km (103 mi). Wishlist (27 mates) Stash (0 mates) Nobody. Apollo 11 Saturn V Rocket Scale: 1:96 Product number: 03704. The Saturn V rocket was used to launch astronauts to the moon. This was the first Saturn with an operational payload, the Pegasus I meteoroid detection satellite.. The Saturn 1 was the basic test vehicle that led to the development of the Saturn V that carried men to the Moon for Project Apollo. Nation: USA.

The SA-9 (Saturn I Block II), the eighth Saturn I flight, lifted off on February 16, 1965. After the completion of the Apollo program, the Saturn 1B launched three missions to the Skylab space station in 1973. According to documents and emails obtained by CNET, MSFC "has excessed a Saturn 1 Block 1 Booster portion of a Saturn rocket stack up." The Block 1 second and third stages had dummy stages. It’s a beefy apparatus designed to power out of the Earth’s atmosphere, and a precursor to the Saturn V that was used for Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins’ historic trip to the moon. This article is part of the NASA Knows! Completed (0x) Nobody . With improved H-1B engines in the Chrysler-made first stage, the Saturn IB lifted off with 1.64 million pounds of thrust. LV Family: Saturn I. The booster itself is the bottom-most stage of the Saturn 1 rockets.

1 1 SA-1 Saturn-1 (Bl.-1) 27.10.1961 CC LC-34 * (R/D) 2 2 SA-2 Saturn-1 (Bl.-1) 25.04.1962 CC LC-34 * Highwater 1 3 3 SA-3 Saturn-1 (Bl.-1) 16.11.1962 CC LC-34 * Highwater 2 4 4 SA-4 Saturn-1 (Bl.-1) 28.03.1963 CC LC-34 * (R/D) 5 1 SA-5 Saturn-1 (Bl.-2) 29.01.1964 CC LC-37B Saturn-SA 5 6 2 SA-6 Saturn-1 (Bl.-2) 28.05.1964 CC LC-37B Saturn-SA 6 & Apollo 101 (BP 13) 7 3 SA-7 Saturn-1 (Bl.-2) … The Saturn family of rockets included the Saturn I (10 launches), Saturn IB (9 launches), the three-stage Saturn V (12 launches), and the two-stage Saturn V (1 launch). Ground-level view of Saturn SA-6 Saturn SA-6 launch on May 28, 1964 SA-7 (A-102) This is a Saturn 1 Block 1 test launch vehicle, examples of which successfully launched during 1961-1963. The Skylab space station was launched on a modified Saturn V rocket.

Agency: NASA. The unmanned SA-6 was the first Saturn rocket to carry an Apollo "boilerplate" spacecraft Saturn SA-6 on the pad, prior to a radio frequency interference test at Launch Complex 37. We don't know about any in-box reviews for this Saturn 1B Rocket (#11022) from Dragon. (Grades 5-8) series. Age: 13+ Number of parts: 183. (The V in the name is the Roman numeral five.) The Saturn 1B launched the Apollo spacecraft into Earth orbit to train for manned flights to the moon. After 10 launches of the Saturn I, the upgraded Saturn IB, a two-stage rocket, debuted with a launch in February 1966. The Saturn family of American rocket boosters was developed by a team of mostly German rocket scientists led by Wernher von Braun to launch heavy payloads to Earth orbit and beyond. Upper stages of the launch vehicle were filled with 23000 gallons of water to simulate the weight of live stages. Third suborbital test of Saturn I. Saturn-Apollo 3 (Saturn C-1, later called Saturn I) was launched from the Atlantic Missile Range. Height: 1140 mm. The Saturn V was a rocket NASA built to send people to the moon. The United States launched 32 Saturn rockets between 1961 and 1975.