In this building are left over flight hardware that could have been used to go to the moon as Apollo 18 or 19, consisting of S-IC-14, S-II-15 and S-IVB-513 and CM-115.
Tour the building working from the base to the top of the 363 feet rocket. (about the height of a 36-story-tall building)
Closeups of the Rocketdyne F-1 Rocket Engines. Each one has over 1.5 million poinds of thrust,
Looking back from the middle of he first stage
On the side are access doors and umbilical openings for servicing, inspection, and maintenance prior to launch
The top of the S-IC and the engines of the S-II stage
Top of the S-IC from the other side
One of the five Rocketdyne J-2 liquid-fuel cryogenic rocket engines
Sway Targets on the Second Stage
Top of the S-II on left, S-IVB on the right
S-IVB Auxiliary Propulsion System (APS) provides reaction control for the S-IVB stage.
This is S-IVB-515, Originally planned for Apollo 19