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|Found two Saturn V rockets near Huntsville USA.||02/12/2006||1,270|
|First stage on display with the S-IVB Battleship Test Stage stacked in a launch ready condition at the Alabama Welcome Center on I-65 in Ardmore, AL.|
The Saturn IB was an uprated version of the Saturn I, which featured a much more powerful second stage, the S-IVB. Unlike the earlier Saturn I, the IB had enough throw weight to launch the Apollo Command/Service Module or Lunar Modu...
|a model of the saturn in 3d with high quality texture. You will need to be using Google Earth 4 Beta. You can spin the model and look at it from different angles.||08/03/2006||10,500|
|Leftover Saturn V Rocket on display in Huston, Texas.||07/21/2005||2,450|
|This is the SATURN AUTOMOBILE PLANT in Spring Hill, Tennessee. No longer manufacturing Saturns, GM is (as of 8/2007) remodeling the site to make other kinds of cars.
|The first stage of a Saturn Rocket in New Orleans||05/21/2008||3,193|
|Woomera is an Australian icon. It was used for the testing of long range missiles and rockets during the Cold War, and the launch and tracking of spacecraft in the early days of the Space Age.||10/07/2008||484|
|Between the villages Hazebrouck and Cassel in the wood called Bois des 8 Rues you can find this very special launching facility for V1 rockets. |
This location is build in 1943 and is nicely preserved throughout the years. There is a tour around the bunkers with information panels.
This location was used for launching V1 rockets. There were hundreds of launching sites all ...
|Musudan-ri is a rocket launching site in North Korea. It lies in southern North Hamgyong province, near the northern tip of the East Korea Bay. The area was formerly known as Taep'o-dong (???), from which the Taepodong rockets take their name.|
Since 1984 military rockets of the types Hwasong, Nodong and Taepodong-1 were launched from Musudan-ri. The first launch attempt of a sate...
|The Uchinoura Space Centre (USC) launches sounding rockets and scientific satellites and manages tracking and data.|
An observation deck for launch experiments is open to the public.
The area of USC, 71 ha in total, are mostly hilly. Facilities for launching rockets, telemetry, tracking and command stations for rockets and satellites, and optical observation posts are on site, all ...
|this sits at a rest stop in Alabama you can walk under it ||11/28/2009||458|