Saturn V Escape Velocity by Guy Pendlebury
NASA was founded on 29 July 1958, almost exactly just 11 years later, 20 July 1969, they put Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon. The Saturn V rocket did the heavy lifting. It had the power, with the help of the Moon’s gravitational pull, to put The Lunar Module onto The Moon’s surface and The Command Module into Lunar orbit. Startling, impressive, utterly reliable, a pinnacle of American engineering and altruism. Chapeau!
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