All Saturn V Launches At Once In One Jaw-Dropping Video

The Saturn V is the largest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket Homo sapiens have ever manufactured. In 13 missions, it took 24 astronauts outside earth's orbit, counting all 12 who ever set foot on the moon, without a single loss of life. Watch in awe as its whole career launches before you. Once again, it's the audio in this mashup that develops my heart racing. News legend Walter Cronkite, covering the first unmanned Saturn V test launch in November 1967, can hardly contain his unstable excitement as the rocket takes flight; the launch was powerful enough to knock down ceiling tiles and closely blow out the blast window in his observation room three miles away. 


"The roar is terrific!" he screams, 120db of noise and anger swirling around him. 46 years later, it still is.
  
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All Saturn V Launches At Once In One Jaw-Dropping Video All Saturn V Launches At Once In One Jaw-Dropping Video Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 5/31/2014 Rating: 5

5 comments:

  1. Please revise your statement ; do you not remember Apollo 1 ?

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  2. Apollo 1 was a Saturn I-B, not a Saturn 5. Dismissed.

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    1. Apollo 1 isn't in this video, there was no launch of Apollo 1. It tragically ignited and killed the crew during a test.

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  3. I see White and Gold!

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