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Saturn V rocket engines lifted from sea floor

Saturn V rocket engines lifted from sea floor

The rusted and mangled remains of Saturn V rocket engines that may have launched the first men to the moon sit aboard a salvage ship expected to arrive Thursday in Port Canaveral, Fla., their first stop en route to museums.

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