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Lunex B-825 LV
Lunex B-825 LV - Provisonal drawing of Lunex B-825 launch vehicle.

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Family: Miscellany. Country: USA. Status: Study 1961. Other Designations: Space Launch System A-410.

In 1961 the Air Force completed studies on a family of advanced heavy-lift launch vehicles for use in the late 1960's and on. The smallest identified member of this family, selected to place the Air Force Lunex lunar lander re-entry vehicle in a low earth orbit for initial tests, was the A-410. This evidently consisted of a smallish Lox/LH2 stage supplemented by solid fuel booster rockets.


LEO Payload: 9,070 kg. to: 560 km Orbit. at: 28.0 degrees. Core Diameter: 7.6 m.

SLS A-410 Chronology

- 1961 -

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