THE SATURN V MOON ROCKET SIGNED BY LUNAR VOYAGERS.
Saturn V Apollo Flight Configuration. The Boeing Company, Space Division, Launch Systems Branch, Huntsville, AL. 1 March 1967. Large half-tone drawing lithograph, 17 by 11 inches.
SIGNED and INSCRIBED with their individual Apollo Saturn (AS) flight number: "RICHARD GORDON, AS 507, Apollo XII; FRED HAISE, AS 508 Apollo 13; AL WORDEN, AS 510 Apollo 15."
The 363 foot Saturn V rocket is illustrated with views of internal structures and has over 100 individual components and/or systems identified. Items listed are broken down relative to rocket stages and spacecraft with their respective manufactures which includes: SI-C Stage (Boeing), S-II Stage (North American Aviation), S-IVB Stage (Douglas), Instrument Unit (IBM), Spacecraft (North American Aviation). The massive F-1 and J-2 rocket engines with their fuel tank structures are clearly visible. A six foot man is shown next to an F-1 engine to vividly convey the size of the Moon Rocket.