Saturn V launch at 500fps

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Apollo 11 Saturn V Launch (HD) Camera E-8 from Mark Gray on Vimeo.

The Saturn V that launched man into space, and onto the Moon was an impressive rocket, the largest, most powerful vehicle man has produced.  Above is a video of the Apollo 11 launch.  It was recorded at 500 frames per second, and is 8 minutes long, covering about 30 seconds in real time.  It’s narrated very nicely, and even if you don’t believe we landed on The Moon (stop reading this now, and go educate your sorry ass), you should watch that video.

Yea, that is damn impressive.  I think my favorite part is the wall of white light that stays for about 2 minutes.

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