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Saturn Rocket Program

Saturn Rocket Program 

Saturn Rocket Program

The Saturn rocket program was a scientific milestone that brought the United States to the forefront in space travel. From 1961 to 1975, the U.S. launched 32 Saturn rockets, ranging from the early Saturn I to the massive Saturn V. The Saturn rockets are most well-known for their support in the Apollo missions that accomplished the historic first lunar landing. Saturn’s accomplishments were the result of combined efforts from the United States government and dedicated teams of engineers and scientists, all pushing toward the goal of successful space exploration.

This publication tells the story of how the Saturn rockets came to be and the process of making a manned lunar landing possible. Imbued with metallic details and rich imagery, it invites readers to immerse themselves in the story and be enraptured by the awe of spaceflight.

As a special nod to the rich design history of the agency, a small booklet on the history of the Futura typeface and its association with NASA is included within a pocket on the back cover. 

The Saturn rocket program was a scientific milestone that brought the United States to the forefront in space travel. From 1961 to 1975, the U.S. launched 32 Saturn rockets, ranging from the early Saturn I to the massive Saturn V. The Saturn rockets are most well-known for their support in the Apollo missions that accomplished the historic first lunar landing. Saturn’s accomplishments were the result of combined efforts from the United States government and dedicated teams of engineers and scientists, all pushing toward the goal of successful space exploration.

This publication tells the story of how the Saturn rockets came to be and the process of making a manned lunar landing possible. Imbued with metallic details and rich imagery, it invites readers to immerse themselves in the story and be enraptured by the awe of spaceflight.

As a special addition, a small booklet on the history of the Futura typeface and its association with NASA is included within a pocket on the back cover. 

School Assignment / Publication Design, Print Production, Art Direction, Copywriting / 2019

The Saturn rocket program was a scientific milestone that brought the United States to the forefront in space travel. From 1961 to 1975, the U.S. launched 32 Saturn rockets, ranging from the early Saturn I to the massive Saturn V. The Saturn rockets are most well-known for their support in the Apollo missions that accomplished the historic first lunar landing. Saturn’s accomplishments were the result of combined efforts from the United States government and dedicated teams of engineers and scientists, all pushing toward the goal of successful space exploration.

This publication tells the story of how the Saturn rockets came to be and the process of making a manned lunar landing possible. Imbued with metallic details and rich imagery, it invites readers to immerse themselves in the story and be enraptured by the awe of spaceflight.

As a special nod to the rich design history of the agency, a small booklet on the history of the Futura typeface and its association with NASA is included within a pocket on the back cover. 

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