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Juno V-B
Part of Saturn I Family

Juno-5 Staging

Juno-5 Staging
The selected sequential staging method selected for the Juno-5.

American orbital launch vehicle. A proposed version of the Juno V for lunar and planetary missions used a Titan I ICBM first stage and a Centaur high-energy third stage atop the basic Juno V cluster. Masses, payload estimated.

Status: Study 1958. Payload: 12,500 kg (27,500 lb). Thrust: 6,690.00 kN (1,503,970 lbf). Gross mass: 539,480 kg (1,189,340 lb). Height: 60.00 m (196.00 ft). Diameter: 6.52 m (21.39 ft). Apogee: 185 km (114 mi).

LEO Payload: 12,500 kg (27,500 lb) to a 185 km orbit at 28.00 degrees. Payload: 3,500 kg (7,700 lb) to a translunar trajectory. Flyaway Unit Cost 1985$: 73.800 million.

Family: orbital launch vehicle. People: von Braun. Country: USA. Engines: LR87-3, H-1 engine, RL-10A-1. Stages: Titan 1-1, Centaur C, S-I stage.



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