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== Why someone think that you need to cite source to remove total bullshit? == S-V never ment to fly together with S-I & S-IV, even there was quite a few proposed configurations for Saturn I. The article was really misleading. If YOU( GW Simulations/whoever) want to include such BULLSHIT cite where you got that idea and then we discuss creditability of yr nonsense sources... TestPilottalk to me! 13:48, 11 August 2008 (UTC)
- Maybe you should consider firstly being slightly more polite and civil about this, and secondly discussing why you want it removed, rather than just removing it when there was clear opposition to such actions. The statement which you removed was not only cited, but actually the most well referenced part of the article. see this page, which was cited in the text you removed. It may not have flown, but it was part of the design, and boilerplate S-Vs flew on the early flights. Now I would like to see some evidence to the contrary --GW_SimulationsUser Page | Talk 14:13, 11 August 2008 (UTC)
Is a good reference. If you take a closer look - C-2 version of Saturn I had 20 engines in 4 stages (18 engines final version 3 stages proposed in 1961). . There was also a proposal for several version with S-V. But none of major propositions had
- Hmm... Looks like yr are right. I'll double check when get back home, but yeah. Seems that I have to say sorry. Sorry. TestPilottalk to me! 15:02, 11 August 2008 (UTC)
Changed section heading
The previous section heading, "A brush with death" tends to imply a near-fatal accident, or a near-mishap which could have been fatal to humans, rather than the "death" of the project. Also overly-dramatic writing. Substituted "Near-cancellation". Unimaginative Username (talk) 04:26, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
The launch list states for SA-5, "JFK identified this launch as the one, after being behind since Sputnik, where US lift capability surpassed the Soviets."
- The "I" is a Roman numeral, so it's pronounced "Saturn one". This should be added, as it is in Saturn IB and Saturn V. JustinTime55 (talk) 14:44, 15 October 2012 (UTC)
There's one of these on display at USSRC, and another at Redstone Arsenal. Where are other Saturn Is? I'd think they should be enumerated here as the Saturn IBs and Vs on display are enumerated. Space Launch Report gives an accounting. -- ke4roh (talk) 17:37, 18 September 2017 (UTC)
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