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Old 24th October 2004, 09:40 PM   #51
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Old 27th October 2004, 01:25 AM   #52
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Really? Were you that close to Cape Canaveral that you could see the rockets from your back yard? I notice you live in Florida.
Not really as close as you'd think. I live around Orlando. The shuttle is viewed as a huge flame but the Saturn V was almost 400 feet tall. It looked like a huge flame with a tiny speck of white at the top. You could however, on a quiet morning hear the dull rumble from those 5 engines. If you've ever been to the cape and seen the booster stage each engine nozzle is big enough to park a VW inside.
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If you've ever been to the cape and seen the booster stage each engine nozzle is big enough to park a VW inside.
Heh, yeah with ALOT! of power. I seem to recal an article about the power of the shuttles engines, each engine has the power of about 48 jumbo's from memory, it might not be the exact figure but im sure its close. Maybe it was 48 jumbo engines, ahh i cant remeber, ill let you guys look it up , was darn powerful anyway.

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For the Apollo Saturn V Rocket it was 7.5 million lbs of thrust at lift-off.
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