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Saturn V

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posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 12:08 PM
Found this while searching for some thing else, figured some one would find it to be of interest. Hope it proves to be so for at least a single member of this community, enjoy.

NASA Export Control
Office (which is run by some contractor, maybe Analex?) came by our
office on an "inspection" and told us we had to take down all the
Saturn V drawings

In trouble with ITAR

Due to site server transfer, images may not load at current time of viewing. I assue you they worked when uploaded.

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posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 12:13 PM
Was any reason given for the need to take them down? Are these classified documents? What authority does this "person" use for telling someone else what they can and cannot have?

posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 12:17 PM

Read the linked site, it can tell you just as much as I can. My reason for posting was because figured some people ATSers would find it of value, or interest at least. Perhaps the "Export Control" part has some reason to do with it. Foreign nations don't alway have the best rocket research, and useing NASA based technology may advance their studies.

Maybe he compiled too much on one site, that is all I can think of, but it is a guess.

My bet it is has every thing to do with this, under lined text my highlighting;


Currently, the TWGs are organized to address 20 technology areas:
Aeronautics, Information Systems
Armament and Energetic Materials, Lasers, Optics, and Imaging
Biological, Processing and Manufacturing
Biomedical, Marine Systems
Chemical, Materials and Processes
Directed Energy Systems, Nuclear Systems
Electronics, Positioning, Navigation, and Time
Energy Systems, Signature Control
Ground Systems, Space Systems
Information Security Weapons Systems

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