About the Atlas LV3C The Atlas-Centaur was a United States expendable launch vehicle derived from the SM-65 Atlas D missile. Launches were conducted from Launch Complex 36 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) in Florida .
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The Atlas LV-3B, Atlas D Mercury Launch Vehicle or Mercury-Atlas Launch Vehicle, was a human-rated expendable launch system used as part of the United States Project Mercury to send astronauts into low Earth orbit. Manufactured by American aircraft manufacturing company Convair, it was derived from the SM-65D Atlas missile, and was a member of ...
Atlas V. Atlas is a family of US missiles and space launch vehicles that originated with the SM-65 Atlas. The Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) program was initiated in the late 1950s under the Convair Division of General Dynamics. Atlas was a liquid propellant rocket burning RP-1 fuel with liquid oxygen in three engines ...
SM-65 Atlas SM-65D Atlas Atlas LV-3C Atlas IIIA Atlas V Atlas is a family of US missiles and space launch vehicles that originated with the SM-65 Atlas . The Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) program was initiated in the late 1950s under the Convair Division of General Dynamics . 
Atlas LV-3C s/n AC-3 / Centaur D s/n 135D - 1964-06-30 American orbital launch vehicle. Version with basic Centaur upper stage. AKA: LV-3C.
May 28, 2005 · The first 12 flights were performed by Atlas Centaur LV-3C vehicles, consisting of a modified Atlas D booster topped by the Centaur LH2/LOX stage. Centaur A, B, and C variants, equipped with RL-10A-3 engines, flew during the first five missions.
Aug 08, 2016 · Standardized SLV-3C Atlas booster with Centaur D upper stage. AKA: Atlas Centaur SLV-3C;LV-3C.Status: Retired 1972.First Launch: 1967-09-08.Last Launch: 1972-08-21.Number: 17 .