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  1. The Saturn L1-N3V is a rocket that is a combination of a Saturn V and N1-L3 (hence the name). It's the first of what I call, "Combined Rockets", where I take parts of one rocket and combine them with parts of another rocket. The Saturn N1-L3V was created when someone thought: I wonder what would happen if i combined a Saturn V and N1?. This rocket consists of a Saturn V first stage, N1 Block B second stage, S-IVB third stage, a Blok D lander and munar orbit insertion stage, and a Apollo CSM and LK Lander. Images of the rocket in action are below: Saturn N1-L3V on the launchpad
  2. The Titan-Proton GLVM is a mix of a Titan II GLV and Proton-M rocket. The first stage is a Titan II first stage with Proton-M boosters, stage 2 is a proton second stage, stage 3 is a Titan II GLV second stage, and the payload inside the fairing is a Gemini spacecraft. Its the second of my "combined rockets", and works pretty well! You could probably put the spacecraft into munar orbit if your good enough with its fuel. Parts: 71 Crew: 2 Mass: 131.83t Cost: 144,559 Downloads: KerbalX, Steam Workshop
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