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  • chrysatustory_062707124831.pdf

    The document is a booklet created as part of the NASA/Chrysler Corporation Space Division manned flight awareness program. It discusses Chrysler's role in manufacturing and testing the Saturn and includes photographs and diagrams of Saturn stages, operations at Michoud, testing, and future missions. The section headings included in this booklet are "Chrysler and the Saturn," "Saturn at Michoud," "The Voyage of Saturn," "Saturn Firings," and "Saturn's Missions."
  • spacfligprojtodaandtomo_032207104326.pdf

    NASA symposium on scientific and technical Information.
  • scan0024rev_080107141946.jpg

    8 x 10 inch black and white photograph.; Image includes dimensions and labels of exterior features of the rocket.
  • scanstich_072210162848.jpg

    News article that details the creation and function of a lunar module or "moon bug" created by Wernher von Braun.
  • SatuVstagstat_091307144721.pdf

    Report detailing the progress of the Saturn V's construction, focusing on the individual parts.
  • satvapollunorbitrend_050807104721.pdf

    Diagram explaining the process of a lunar mission from liftoff to recovery.
  • Satulaunvehi_081407123504.pdf

    General O'Connor's presentation to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Centers around saturn space vehicles and makes references to slides.
  • Satulunavehi_091707160212.pdf

    Aerospace Workshop, University of Hawaii.; Includes references to slides.
  • saturnsii_062907104459.pdf

    The S-II is the second stage of NASA's Apollo moon-landing rocket - the giant Saturn V. The most powerful hydrogen-fueled booster under production, the S-II is destined for Apollo manned lunar missions and will help power three Americans to the moon. The S-II is being developed and manufactured at Seal Beach, Calif., by North American's Space and Information Systems Division, Downey, Calif., under the technical direction of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
  • satus-icannuprogepofiscyear1964.pdf

    This report encompasses the progress made by The Boeing Company on the Saturn S-IC Program for the fiscal year 1964 (From July 1, 1963 through July 2, 1964). The main objective of this report is to serve as an historical presentation stressing Boeing accomplishments and present capabilities under Contract NAS8-5608.
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