Authentic  NASA Saturn V Rocket Model
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  This is a 24 inch tall, resin and wood, hand made model of the NASA Saturn V Rocket. It is a highly detailed, 1/200 scale exact replica of the original spacecraft. It was produced at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The manned Apollo missions were each launched aboard a Saturn V launch vehicle. The model that we have has been used as an educational space training aid.

It is an authentic piece of Space History.

    The three-stage Saturn V was taller than a 36-story building. It was the largest and most powerful rocket ever launched by the United States. In fact, the Saturn V was the largest operational launch vehicle ever produced. The "V" designation originates from the five powerful F-1 engines that powered the first stage of the rocket.
Standing over 363 feet high with its Apollo Spacecraft payload, it produced over 7.5 million pounds of thrust at lift-off. With a cluster of five powerful engines in each of the first two stages and using liquid hydrogen fuel for the upper stages, the Saturn V was one of the great feats of 20th-century engineering.

   The Apollo spacecraft, including the Command Module (CM), Service Module (SM) and Lunar Module (LM) sat atop the launch vehicle.

   Inside, the rocket contained three million parts in a labyrinth of fuel lines, pumps, gauges, sensors, circuits, and switches, each of which had to function reliably. The Saturn V, developed at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center was the largest in a family of liquid-propellant rockets that solved the problem of getting to the Moon. In all, 32 Saturn's were launched and none of them failed.

Here is our Saturn-V Rocket Model on display at the Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Here is our Saturn-V Rocket Model on display at the Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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