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Manned Space Flight Quarterly No. 17, April-June 1967

Hardin-Simmons University Library

Sound | 1967

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  •  The flight crew for the first manned Apollo mission is announced 
  •  Preparations intensify for unmanned Apollo missions 
  •  Testing nears completion for Saturn V 
  •  The source of the Apollo 1 tragedy 
  •  Investigations into the moon, including the Lunar Orbiter IV and Surveyor III missions 
  •  Full-scale mockup of the Orbital Workshop 
  •  The National Academy of Sciences consider how to study the Earth from space using Apollo Applications instruments   
 
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Produced by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, this government film looks at the progress made by the manned spaceflight program from April to June 1967. The film begins by addressing the Apollo 1 tragedy of January 1967, when three astronauts died as a result of a flash fire in the command module during a launch pad test at Kennedy Space Center. Following the accident, engineers made several modifications to the spacecraft. Next, the film details preparations for upcoming unmanned Apollo missions, including the many tests of the Saturn V launch vehicle. Then, we learn about recent lunar investigations, such as Lunar Orbiter 4 and Surveyor 3. Finally, the film joins astronauts as they train at a full-scale mockup of the Orbital Workshop.
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Eugene A. Cernan
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John Young
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Thomas P. Stafford
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