- Pad 37-B (8)
- Saturn-1B AS-204 (4)
- 1st Lunar Module Launch
- 08/15/66 - S-1 Stage ondock at KSC
- 08/15/66 - S-1B Stage ondock at KSC
- 08/06/66 - S-IVB ondock at KSC
- 08/16/66 - S-IU ondock at KSC
- 04/11/67 - Launch Vehicle at Pad
- 11/19/67 - Spacecraft at Pad
- 01/19/68 - Countdown demonstration Test
- 01/22/68 - Launch
- LM-1 and nose cone.
- Verify operation of Lunar Module ascent and descent propulsion systems.
Evaluate Lunar Module staging. Evaluate S-IVB instrument unit performance.
All mission objects achieved.
- January 22, 1968, 05:48:08 pm EST. Launch Complex 37B, Eastern Test
Range, Cape Canaveral FL. Hold for 228 minutes when spacecraft water
boiler temperature rose higher than planned, caused by problem in GSE
freon supply, and a power supply in an output register in the digital
data-acquisition system failed.
Launch Weight: xxx,xxx lbs.
- Altitude: 961km
- Inclination: xxx degrees
- Orbits: 4
- Duration: Days, hours, min, seconds
- Distance: miles
- No recovery.
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- Apogee was 222 km at insertion, LM/S-IVB seperation, and after first
descent engine firing. Apogee was raised to 961 km after first ascent
engine firing. Perigee was 163 km at insertion, 167km at separation,
171 after descent engine firing, and 172 km after ascent engine firing.
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