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The Saturn I S-IV stage (second stage) assembly

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The Saturn I S-IV stage (second stage) assembly

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The Saturn I S-IV stage (second stage) assembly for the SA-9 mission underwent the weight and balance test in the hanger building at Cape Canaveral. The S-IV stage had six RL-10 engines which used liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen as its propellants arranged in a circle. Each RL-10 engine produced a thrust of 15,000 pounds, a total combined thrust of 90,000 pounds. The SA-9 mission was the first Saturn with operational payload Pegasus I, meteoroid detection satellite, and launched on February 16, 1965.

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01/11/1964
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Marshall Spaceflight Center, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama, United States, 3580834.63076, -86.66505
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NASA
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