Photographs taken during WP 7 in Orlando
Apollo and Rockets

28 - 31 January 2000

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The Saturn V at KSC is not a flight article. It has been painted to represent Apollo 11's SA-506 but it is actually comprised of S-IC-T (first stage of the static test article), S-II-14 from SA-514 and S-IVB-14 from SA-514. Interestingly S-IC-14 is with the Saturn V at JSC. It's a shame it wasn't sent to KSC along with its related stages to represent a *true* flight article. The JSC Saturn is the only one comprised entirely of flight stages but are a mix from SA-513, 514 and 515. The spacecraft on the KSC Saturn V is a boilerplate only (BP-30).