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A Rocketdyne engine being tested at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama. Five engines powered the first stage of the Saturn V rocket. The whole compound is a blast from the past and the rocket test pads are HUGE.
The first Saturn V fills the Vehicle Assembly Building for which it was designed.
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The most powerful part of any Saturn V is its five enormous rockets, located underneath the first stage. Upon liftoff, the engines generated million pounds of thrust and burned a total of pounds of fuel. For comparison, the two rocket boos
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Conventional rockets, which burn liquid or solid chemical fuel, have been used for nearly all space missions to date. Photo via NASA
The was an American liquid-propellant rocket engine, manufactured by Rocketdyne, that ranks among the most important in the history of manned spaceflight propulsion.