Hey everyone. I was hoping I could get some assistance locating some material to research on the launch of the Saturn V rocket. I'm doing my honors project for calculus 1 on rocket launches, and I'm going to be focusing on the Saturn V. I'm going to do an in depth analysis on the forces required to launch the variable mass rocket beyond the atmosphere. It should make for a fun project. I'm going to have to cover integration before we get to it in class, and I'll have to pick up some of the basics of differential equations, but I think it should be very doable. My calculus professor seems very enthusiastic about working with me on it. I need to locate some research material on it though. The current government shutdown is posing as a problem, because all of the NASA sites are down. Presumably I would be able to find all the information I needed amongst their various sites, but given that this isn't an option currently, I need to find some alternate sources. Anyone have any recommendations? I'd also love any input or suggestions in general that pertain to this project.