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Name of Image: Saturn Engines Comparison Chart
MIX #: 9903406
NIX #: 9903406 MSFC-9903406
Date of Image: 1963-01-01
Category: Saturn Apollo Program

Full Description: This drawing clearly shows the comparative sizes of the rocket engines used to launch the Saturn vehicles. The RL-10 and the H-1 engines were used to launch the Saturn I rockets. The J-2 engine was used on the second stage of Saturn IB and the second and third stages of Saturn V. The F-1 engine was used on the first stage of the Saturn V.
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Keywords: Saturn Engines RL-10, H-1, J-2, F-1
MSFC Negative Number: 9903406
Reference Number: MSFC-75-SA-4105-2C
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