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Saturn V SA-514 S-II Second Stage
Kennedy Space Center
Titusville, FL

Saturn V Rocket

• Vehicle Number:SA-514
• Rocket Type:Saturn V
• Rocket Stage:S-II (Second Stage)
This is the 2nd stage from Saturn V vehicle SA-514 on display at the Saturn V Center at the Kennedy Space Center near Titusville, Florida. Vehicle SA-514 was intended to be used for the Apollo 18 or Apollo 19 flight to the moon. These missions were canceled after this Saturn V was completed. The first stage is on display at the Johnson Space Center in Texas, while the 3rd stage is also displayed at the Saturn V Center at KSC. This Saturn V rocket stage was put on display outdoors near the Vehicle Assembly Building, and was later restored and moved indoors when the Saturn V Center opened.

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