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ECS lines at Side 2

Every construction has a problem spot, and the one that keeps your LUT designer busy is Side 2. No plans, just schematics without dimensions.

LOX lines at Side 3

Right to the three LH2 pipes, the LOX pipes are striving upwards. As we all know, 'LOX' means 'liquid oxygen'.

Hydraulic lines at Side 4

The next functional unit are the characteristic hydraulic lines on Side 4. Here is an unorthodox view from below.

LH2 lines at Side 3

The 3 pipes of the LH2 system. For understandable reasons, the liquid hydrogen (like the LOX pipes next to it) is transported upwards on the side facing away from the Saturn V ...

Electrical installations at Side 1

The functional growth is progressing - the pipes and equipment have been added on the side of the elevator shaft facing Saturn and close to the rails on side 2.

Cable Trays of the LUT

As I said before, the LUT is now growing functionally, which makes the overview somehow easier. Now the nervous system is finished - the cable ducts that artfully and confusingly climb up.

LUT with the first stage of the Saturn V

So, here it goes impetuously at the usual speed *ggg*. The LUT is practically finished, maybe a tube is missing here and a cable there, but nothing that can't be done within one or two years.

LUT Service Arm #1

Due to the learning curve with the First Element, the Second Element gets along more easily, although it is more complex than the First Element.

LUT Service Arm #1

As promised, the starting shot for the Babylonian Tower. As test construction and feasibility study of the Service Arm #1, in its official name Service Arm S-IC Intertank.

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