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Saturn 1B was used to test the Apollo spacecraft, to deliver crew to Skylab Space Station and for the Apollo-Soyuz (ASTP) Mission. After Skylab, it was abandoned.

Antares Rocket First Flight


The Saturn IB was used between 1973 and 1975 for three manned Skylab flights and one Apollo-Soyuz Test Project flight.

Saturn 1B's payload to Earth orbit was 18,140kg.

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Specs:

Height: 43.2 m (141.6 ft) - without payload
Diameter 6.61 m (21.67 ft)


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