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Saturn V “moon rocket” engine firing again after 40 years, sort of | Ars Technica January 25, 2013

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“Modern instrumentation, testing and analysis improvements learned over 40 years, and digital scanning and imagery techniques are allowing us to obtain baseline data on performance and combustion stability,” noted Nick Case, an engineer working at Marshalls Propulsion Systems Department. He even indicated the modern-day test stand instrumentation was gathering data not collected when the engine was originally being checked out in the 1960s.

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