By Eugen Reichl
A detailed look at the Saturn V's design and construction and all 32 of its Apollo missions.
Without the mighty Saturn V rocket, the Apollo 11 moon landing would not have been possible in July 1969. Even today, nearly fifty years later, it remains by far the largest and most powerful rocket ever used. Equipped with computers that are easily surpassed today by any mobile phone, the Saturn V was an unprecedented technical achievement.
Tells the gripping story of the development and creation of the Saturn V. Features numerous high-quality color images, technical drawings, and specification/dimension charts. Detailed look at the Saturn V’s design and construction All thirty-two Apollo missions are discussed, including the later Skylab and Apollo–Soyuz Test Project.
This book, Volume 5 of the America in Space series, is written by Eugen Reichl, a known expert on aerospace technology who has authored books and specialty articles on the topic.
Size: 6.0in x 9.0in | Pages: 144
| 160 color images