Test firing of all five F-1 engines of the 7.5 million pound thrust Saturn V S-IC-T booster at Marshall Space Flight Center on May 20, 1965.
F-1 engine prepared for brazing at Rocketdyne’s Canoga Park, California plant under the technical supervision of Marshall Space Flight Center.
First photo of the Rocketdyne manufacturing line for thrust chambers of F-1 engine.
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center Director Wernher von Braun (right) and CBS News correspondent Nelson Benton near F-1 engine while S-IC-T booster is being raised into the test stand on March 1, 1965.
Pictured here is a Cell 114-B burn stack at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. The C114-B is part of the gas generators used to test heat exchanges for the F-1 engine.
An F-1 engine being test fired at the Test Stand 1-C at the Edwards Air Force Base in California under the direction of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.