This is a semi-scale, or ant-scale flying model for the Apollo 5
Saturn IB. The completed model stands ~13.67 inches tall and
uses 18 mm B's or C's, best flights are with C6-7s. Some skill is
required in building this model, but if you can open the box
without cutting off a thumb, you can likely build this kit in a few
days. Flights of up to 900 feet can be had.
Apollo 5 was a one-of-a-kind Saturn IB that was launched with a
legless Lunar Module aboard which was tested in orbit by
remote control. Thus, the rocket carried an Apollo adapter
topped with a simple nosecone. This kit is in scale with our other
Dr. Zooch Saturn I and Saturn IB kits, so you can add it to your
set. Or, if you are a collector you can just pay way too much
money for it, store it in a climate controlled room for a couple of
decades and then sell it to someone else for beyond way too
much money. Either that or just have the satisfaction that you
have an Apollo 5 Saturn IB.
Commonly Asked Questions:
Q: What scale is this model?
A: One cubit equals 68 meters.
Q: What's a cubit?
A: You're concerned about scale and
you don't know what a cubit is?
Sheeesh... look it up!
Q: Is this in scale with your other
A: Of course it is... that way you can
buy and build all of the Saturn IBs ever
Q: Does a Lunar Module come with the
A: No, but you do get one of our new
Dr. Zooch RED Trashbag parachutes!
Q: How big is the completed rocket?
A: It will be just over 13 inches tall.
Q: How high will it it fly?
A: Depends on which way you point
the launch rod.
Q: How do I know if I have enough skill
to build this kit?
A: Which way'd you point the launch
rod on your last kit?
Q: How much does it weigh?
A: Empty weight is just under 3 oz.
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