12014/​76 An original NASA black-and-white photograph of a Saturn V rocket ready for launching. Ca. 1973.

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Unknown photographer: An original NASA black-and-white photograph of a Saturn V rocket ready for launching. Ca. 1973. Photo size 25×20 cm. Frame size 43×33 cm.

Saturn V was the largest rocket in the Saturn family, a series which was developed under the direction of the German born scientists Wernher von Braun (1912–1977) and Arthur Rudolph (1906–1996) at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The main entrepeneurs were Boeing, North American Aviation, Douglas Aircraft and IBM. Von Brauns design was partly based upon his work with the Aggregat rocket series during World War II in Pennemünde in North Germany - especially A-10, A-11 and A-12.

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This is an original black-and-white photograph from ca. 1973, which shows normal signs of age and handling.

Please note that Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers has not physically examined this item, the estimate is solely based on the seller’s photographic material. Therefore, we cannot provide a description of the condition, and it is not possible to request a report on the item’s condition.

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