Saturn Rocket Interstage Expulsion (Apollo VI)  

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Uploaded: 04/19/04 6:10 PM GMT
Saturn Rocket Interstage Expulsion (Apollo VI)
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The deployment of the interstage on the Saturn V rockets used for the moon landings. From Apollo VI. The author is NASA, and the picture is in public domain.


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04/19/04 8:01 PM GMT
Awesome shot!
thnx for sharing degaboh
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Nobody's Perfect, And I'm nobody :p
04/24/04 5:40 PM GMT
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"Honesty is the best policy - when there is money in it." M. Twain
08/01/04 12:08 AM GMT
It's a beautiful shot, I just wish it wasn't so grainy at high resolution, If it weren't it would have been my desktop right here right now. But still worthy, I believe, of a good 9/10 in anybody's book.
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09/04/04 4:24 AM GMT
very good shot
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What one has not experienced, one will never understand in print.
11/12/04 4:53 AM GMT
Just FYI, this is the separator ring between the first and second stages. My dad was director of test for the second stage, so I had the privilege (once) to see it being transported to a ship which took it to Cape Canaveral, FL.
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11/13/04 3:58 PM GMT
Quite a powerful image...
Great colors and image depth degaboh. Standout for sure!

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06/22/05 10:30 AM GMT
Too bad I couldn't have sat on top of the rocket with a trusty tripod and camera - though it's probably better for my health. Great image - though I enjoyed the thumbnail more than the high-res.
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