Apogee Components Saturn V
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1/70th scale replica of the famous NASA moon rocket.
Flies to 420 Feet on an "G" size rocket engine.
Skill Level: 5 - Challenging to build and paint.
Length: 62.2 inches (158cm), Diameter: 5.6 inches (14.2cm)
Recovery Type: Two nylon-cloth parachutes: 58 inches, and 36 inches.
The 1/70th-scale Saturn-5 replica from Apogee Components is a museum-quality rocket of the historic vehicle that took the Apollo astronauts to the moon in 1969. This particular kit is the largest version of this historic rocket that doesn't require a special government waiver to launch. Erect it on your desk and it will nearly touch the ceiling! It stands well over 62 inches tall, 5.6 inches diameter and yet weighs under 3-lb at launch. It flies to about 420 feet high on a "G" size engine. Several of these kits are on display in space museums around the USA. There is so much surface detail on the rocket, you can count the number corrugated strips and compare it to the real vehicle. You'll be able to immediately tell that this was a model build for scale enthusiasts. This kit features: Highly detailed injection-molded Apollo Capsule, engine nozzles and escape tower. 7 Meticulously detailed vacuum form wraps Eye-popping detailed embossed wrap for the transition of the 2nd stage to the Service Module Special "raised ink" wrap for the Service Module portion to bring out the raised panel lines on the rocket Six-color water-slide decals. Includes markings for all Saturn 5 missions flown by NASA, including Apollo 11 Four hours of video instruction. These not only show where to place the parts, but how-to put them together correctly. The CD is not a DVD disk. It works on both Macintosh and Windows computers. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader and Apple QuickTime player. 12 pages of superb painting instructions and drawings show the colors on the rocket Vacuum-form baseplate that shows the excellent surface detail on the bottom of the rocket. Two Nylon-cloth parachutes (58" and 36" diameter) Recommended 29mm diameter rocket engine: Aerotech G77-4R/L Requires a rocket launch pad equipped with a 1/4-inch diameter launch rod, plus finishing supplies like glue and paint.