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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:

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Saturn N1-L3V on the launchpad

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Liftoff with the S-IC Saturn V first stage

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Separation of Stage 1 and 2

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N1 Block B second stage ignition

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Separation of Stage 2 and 3, revealing the payload

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TMI w/S-IVB third stage

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S-IVB separation, with Blok D, LK Lander, and Apollo CSM visible

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Blok D placing the spacecraft into Low Munar Orbit

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Kerbal doing an EVA to the LK Lander

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LK Lander undocked from CSM

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Blok D preforming De-Orbit burn

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LK Lander about to touchdown

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Kerbal on EVA next to a flag after successful LK Landing (ignore the Blok D engine firing nearby)

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Liftoff from the mun w/the LK

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LK ascending from the munar surface

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LK nearing the CSM spacecraft

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LK and CSM docked

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Discarding the LK Lander

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TKI burn with the SPS engine

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Approaching Kerbin

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Command Module separation from Service Module

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Re-entry

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Parachutes deployed

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Touchdown on Kerbin

Craft Stats:

mass: 458.49t, cost: 180,600, parts: 182, crew: 3 (Apollo Command Module), 1 (LK Lander)

Downloads:

KerbalX

Steam Workshop

Enjoy using this interesting craft, and if you decide to use it in a video, I would like to be credited. But anyways, enjoy using it, and I plan on making more rockets like this soon! :)

 

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