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F-1 rocket engine to be moved

F-1 rocket engine to be moved

It took 2 ½ minutes for the world’s mightiest single rocket engine to launch each Apollo mission toward the moon.

It may now take more than 30 minutes to move the 18,400-pound F-1 behemoth on a 3.3-mile crawl Wednesday evening from Canoga Park to Chatsworth.

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