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Name of Image: Saturn Launch Vehicles Chart
MIX #: 9801767
NIX #: 9801767 MSFC-9801767
Date of Image: 1960-01-01
Category: Saturn Apollo Program

Full Description: This image illustrates the basic differences between the three Saturn launch vehicles developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center. The Saturn I, consisted of two stages, the S-I (eight H-1 engines) and the S-IV (six RL-10 engines). The Saturn IB (center) also consisted of two stages, the S-IB (eight H-1 engines) and the S-IVB (one J-2 engine). The Saturn V consisted of three stages, the S-IC (five F-1 engines), the S-II (five J-2 engines), and the S-IVB (one J-2 engine).
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Keywords: Saturn Launch Vehicles, Saturn I, Saturn IB, Saturn V
MSFC Negative Number: 9801767
Reference Number: MSFC-75-SA-4105-2C
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