The world's Longest rocket


THE WORLD'S LONGEST ROCKET
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What was the world's longest rocket?

The world's longest rocket was the Saturn V which was used by NASA in 13 missions including the Moon landings.

The Saturn V was a three stage rocket measuring 110.6 meters or 363 feet in length and weighing 3,038,500 kilograms or 6,699,000 pounds.

For comparison, the Space Shuttle is a measly 184 feet long.

In all, 15 Saturn V rockets were built and used as follows:

NUMBER MISSION LAUNCH PURPOSE
SA-501
SA-502
SA-503
SA-504
SA-505
SA-506
SA-507
SA-508
SA-509
SA-510
SA-511
SA-512
SA-513
SA-514
SA-515
Apollo 4
Apollo 6
Apollo 8
Apollo 9
Apollo 10
Apollo 11
Apollo 12
Apollo 13
Apollo 14
Apollo 15
Apollo 16
Apollo 17
Skylab 1

Not Used
Not Used
Nov. 09, 1967
Apr. 04, 1968
Dec. 21,1968
Mar. 03, 1969
May 18, 1969
Jul. 16, 1969
Nov. 14, 1969
Apr. 11, 1970
Jan. 31, 1971
Jul. 26, 1971
Apr. 16, 1972
Dec. 06, 1972
May 14,1973

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First test flight
Second test flight
First manned flight
Earth orbit LM test
Lunar orbit LM test
First manned lunar landing
Landed near Surveyor 3
Mission aborted
Landed near Fra Mauro
First Lunar Rover
Landed at Descartes
Final Apollo lunar mission
Two-stage Skylab version

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Saturn V


The world's Longest rocket

The world's Longest rocket

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