This 3-stage rocket took man to the moon,
and put the huge Skylab into space.
It could move 107,000 lbs of cargo
at over 24,300 mph
(aided by the earth's gravity).
It and it's engines were the product of Nazi war
criminal Werner Von Braun's design team.
The 138 ft. high 1st stage had 5 massive F-1 engines,
that burned kerosene and LOX (liquid oxygen).
It was designed by Boeing in Huntsville,
and assembled in Michoud, La. and
gave 7.5 million pounds of thrust.
It's 5 massive, Nazi war
1st stage engines could be heard over 100 miles away.
The 2nd stage had five J-2 engines
that burned liquid hydrogen and LOX.
The 3rd stage had one J-2 engine.
It weighed as much as
diesel-electric railroad locomotives.
The crawler that moves it and it's
launch tower to the
is the largest movable terrestrial object.
The Saturn V was 363 ft. long.
The Saturn V consumed thousands of lbs.
of the world's most precious minerals, adding
more pressure for the enslavement of Africa.
Apollo missions required
separate the launch tower and the stages.