The Saturn Rocket Family was a group of American Launch Vehicles designed to launch heavy payloads to Low Earth Orbit and to the Moon. The Saturn LV’s were an important part of the Apollo Program. There were three versions designed and flown, the Saturn I, Saturn IB and Saturn V.
|Vehicle||First Launch||Last Launch||Flights||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Gross Wt (t)||Propellant Wt (t)||Length (m)||Diameter (m)|
|Saturn I||10/27/1961||3/28/1963||5 (4 SO)||S-I||S-IV||493||349||49.7||6.52|
|Saturn IB||1/22/1968||7/15/1975||9||S-IB||S-IVB||Apollo CSM||589.74||521.79||68.09||6.62|
|Saturn V Apollo||11/9/1967||12/7/1972||12||S-IC||S-II||S-IVB||Apollo CSM||2928.53||2715.85||110.71||10.06|
|Saturn V Skylab||5/14/1973||5/14/1973||1||S-IC||S-II||S-IVB||Skylab||2857.15||2588.85||101.64||10.06|