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The Sirius Rocketry Saturn 5.
At Sirius Rocketry, WE LOVE SCALE, and it shows in our flagship model,
the Sirius Rocketry 1:64 Saturn 5. 1:64.59 scale, to be exact, and perhaps
one of the most accurate publicly available models of the Saturn ever
created. An accurate flying model of most incredible piece of engineering
ever built, the Apollo-Saturn vehicle, that took man on his journey to
set foot on another world.
Created by David J. Miller, who has a love of Saturns and fond memories
of the Apollo Moon landings, simply because no other large and accurate
model of this vehicle was available. Painstakingly researched, and very
accurate, the Sirius Rocketry Saturn 5 stands over 5-1/2 feet tall and
is over six inches in diameter. The kit is recommended for experienced
modelers, and contains numerous resin-cast and vacuformed parts, accurate
corrugation body wraps, a detailed boost-protective cover on the Apollo
capsule and many other accurate details never seen before on a Saturn
5 kit such as access hatches, hold-down slots, umbilical connection areas,
a detailed LM shroud and so much more. The original issue of the kit was
over three years in the making, and the new version has had many improvements
and even more detail engineered into it for its latest incarnation. It
is so detailed, many rocketeers choose to buy one to fly, and one to put
on permanent display.
Height (with display nozzles): 67.4"
Recommended motor: Aerotech RMS I-284
Skill Level: For the expert modeler
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Right: Kit creator David J. Miller loads up
the Saturn for it's first demonstration flight in 1998.
(Photo by Norm Heyen)
Beautiful top-down photo by "Stones" of his
Boris Katan modified a stock Saturn V to a cluster mount
and did some other modifications to complete his Level 2 certification.
Photos and information on his build is here.
Right: The Sirius Rocketry Saturn 5 prototype lifts off on a plume of
flame from an Aerotech I-284 Motor. A beautiful flight and a flashback
(Photo by Norm Heyen)
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