Facebook
Twitter

Russian N-1 Rocket

Russian N-1 Rocket Famous Historical Events Aviation & Space Exploration STEM Tragedies and Triumphs World History Disasters

Image of the Russian N-1 Moon rocket.

Additional information about the N-1 is povided by the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum website:

In the early 1960s, Korolëv's design bureau began work on a multipurpose heavy-lift rocket--the N-1. In 1964 it was approved for redesign and use in the manned lunar program.

Begun under Korolëv and tested under Mishin, the N-1 rocket suffered from critical technical problems that doomed Soviet efforts to land a man on the Moon by 1970. All four unmanned flight tests of the N-1 ended in failure. The N-1 effort was canceled in 1974, and the Soviet manned lunar program passed into oblivion.

Click on the image for a better view.


Media Credits

Image online, courtesy of RSC Energia via the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.

 

To cite this story (For MLA citation guidance see easybib or OWL ):

"Russian N-1 Rocket" AwesomeStories.com. Oct 07, 2013. Jun 26, 2019.
       <http://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Russian-N-1-Rocket/1>.
Awesome Stories Silver or Gold Membership Required
Awesome Stories Silver or Gold Membership Required
Show tooltips