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Saturn V S-1C Stages in Michoud Assembly Facility by NASA on The Commons

The Saturn V first stages, and are in the horizontal assembly area for the engine (five engines) installation at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF) in Mississippi. Image # : 6870792 Date: October 1968

The S-II stage of the Saturn V rocket is hoisted onto the A-2 test stand in 1967 at the Mississippi Test Facility, now the Stennis Space Center. This was the second stage of the 364-foot tall Moon rocket. The second stage was powered by five J-2 engines. (Great Images in NASA)

The S-II stage of the Saturn V rocket is hoisted onto the test stand in 1967 at the Mississippi Test Facility, now the Stennis Space Center. This was the second stage of the tall Moon rocket. The second stage was powered by five engines.

S67-15885 (1967) --- Apollo Spacecraft 012 is hoisted to the top of the gantry at Pad 34 during the Apollo/Saturn Mission 204 erection.

Apollo Spacecraft 012 is hoisted to the top of the gantry at Pad 34 during the Apollo:Saturn Mission 204 erection

February 1, 1968: The 1st stage of AS-503 (Apollo 8) is erected in the VAB. @NASA images.

The S-IC first stage of the Apollo 8 Saturn V being erected in the Vertical Assembly Building on February 1 1968

If the Earth were the size of a basketball, than no human has been higher than a half inch above the surface for 40 years.

Saturn V on the Launchpad. This rocket took us to the Moon. Now we can't even get to the International Space Station by ourselves. Where is all the money going? What are all the brains doing? What planet are the politicians living on?

F-1 Rocket Engines just like the ones from Apollo 11 that Jeff Bezos is bringing up from 14,000 below sea level at his personal expense, and he can't even keep 'em.

This photograph shows engines being stored in the Engine Preparation Shop, building at the Marshall Space Flight Center.

Saturn V and Enterprise-KSC | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Saturn V and Enterprise-KSC Photo by Harvey W. Olsen III, from top of Vehicle Assembly Building. The Enterprise has since been moved to the Intrepid museum in NYC, and the Saturn V has been moved indoors at the Saturn V Center, on KSC.

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