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Object name:
Saturn V dynamic test stand

Address:
United States

Added by:
Kenneth Chase

Add date:
2020-12-08 12:58

Object description

Saturn V dynamic test stand, also known as dynamic structural test facility, at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama is the test stand used for testing of the Saturn V rocket and the Space Shuttle prior to the vehicles' first flights. Designated building 4550, it stands 363 feet tall and is 98 feet square. Its central bay has maximum dimensions of 74 by 74 feet , and it is topped by a derrick capable of moving 200-ton objects in a 70-foot radius. An elevator provides access to 15 levels in the structure, and a cable tunnel connects the building to control facilities in the space center's East Test Area.

Saturn V dynamic test stand
Saturn V dynamic test stand
Saturn V dynamic test stand
Saturn V dynamic test stand
Saturn V dynamic test stand

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