Apollo Saturn V Rocket
Moon landing serie "40 Years 20-07-1969"
"That's one little step for a man, one giant leap for mankind"
On 16.07.1969, the 110 meter long raised, three-stage Saturn V, the largest rocket ever built at the time, from Cape Canaveral on target with moon from the ground. On board: the three lunar astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins. The giant rocket weighing 3,000 tons reached on the nearly 400,000 km journey to the moon at a speed of 112 kilometers - per second! The Apollo spacecraft and the lunar module were located in the third stage.
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- Apollo Saturn V.
Afmeting: Lang; 1140 mm.
Aantal onderdelen; 183.
- Apollo Saturn V rocket
- 4 veschillende Revell verf.
- Saturn V model with 1.14 m height
Launch platform with supports
Detailed output with 5 thrusters
Neck tube parts from thin polystyrene strips
Second Stage rocket with 5 thrusters
Intermediate ring with fire barrier
Third Stage rocket thruster with helium and ball containers
Detailed Lunar Module
Separate upper stage of the Lunar Module
Lander protective case with clear part for the insight
Service Module thruster and steering jets
Command Module with interior design and astronaut figure
Rescue rocket at the top
Optional moon display plate for the different operating phases of the Apollo Mission