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Thumbnail preview of 1975 - 1147.pdf...LIGHT International, 3 July 1975 KFY 1 2 3 4 5 A 7 8 » 10 11 Apollo service module Apollo command module Docking unit Soyuz orbital module Soyuz command module Soyuz service module VHF-FM aerial Soyuz docking target Soyuz docking periscope Apolfo dockin...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 1783.pdf...32 FUCHT International, 3 April 19*9 One of the most dramatic views in the Apollo 9 flight was noted shortly after undocking of the command and lunar modules on March 7, during which day the two spacecraft elements separated to a distance of over 100 miles before coming...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 3168.pdf...ortune Magazine recently called a "management revolution." Apollo offices were set up at each centre as well as on the premises of the major contractors, much as airline technical offices are installed in the plants of major suppliers of equip ment. These ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1968 - 2673.pdf...LIGHT International, 21 November 1968 821 Spaceflight APOLLO 8 TO ORBIT MOON NASA announced on November 12 that the Apollo 8 mission will be a Moon-orbiting flight, the launch to take place on December 21. The decision was made by the Acting Admini- stra...
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Thumbnail preview of 1972 - 0844.pdf...pollo 16 countdown EACH APOLLO MISSION to date has exceeded its pre decessor in programme ambition and Apollo 16, scheduled for launch next Sunday, April 16, is no exception. The landing site, name...
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Thumbnail preview of 1968 - 0867.pdf...0A, depicted in this artist's impression. c vehicle is a Saturn S-IVB; the is not installed and the propellant is converted into a multi-storey laboratory. Solar cell panels provide dtctric power and Apollo spacecraft ,ijll deliver crew members to the station Spaceflight APOLLO SITUATION "All three spacecraft sections have passed unmanned flight tests. The rest of 1968 will be devoted to testing t...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 0602.pdf...LIGHT International, 3 April 1969 One of the most dramatic views in the Apollo 9 flight was noted shortly after undocking of the command and lunar modules on March 7, during which day the two spacecraft elements separated to a distance »f over 100 miles before coming...
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Thumbnail preview of 1994 - 1729.pdf...POLLO ANNIVERSARY ission in 1968. According to NASA tradition, this would ave made him the Apollo 12 commander. The back-up ommander oj Apollo 8 was Pete Conrad, who would have been commander <>/...
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Thumbnail preview of 1967 - 0426.pdf...20 FLIGHT International, 16 March 1967 Apollo applications payloads orbited separately by four uprated Saturn I vehicles are clustered in this version of an early NASA space station. Elements of the station include S-IVB stage orbital work...
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Thumbnail preview of 1949 - 0657.pdf...PRIL 2IST, 1949 FLIGHT 445 The first Photograph to be taken of the A.W. Apollo in the air. Powered with four Mamba turboprops, it is designed to cruise at .,, . - 305 m.p.h. at 20,000ft. . Apollo Airborne II Armstrong Whitworth's Mamba - powered Airliner Makes a Successfu...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 0168.pdf...ORKING UP FOR APOLLO 9 Preparations are well under way for the launch of Apollo 9 on February 28. On January 3 the Saturn V launch vehicle was moved to launch pad A (which had been repaired and serviced only on...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 1341.pdf...ORKING UP FOR APOLLO 9 Preparations are well under way for the launch of Apollo 9 on February 28. On January 3 the Saturn V launch vehicle was moved to launch pad A (which had been repaired and serviced only on...
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Thumbnail preview of 1970 - 0089.pdf...LIGHT International, 8 January 1970 pared with 75 per cent which comprised the Apollo 11 samples; a difference "which may or may not be significant." Most of the rocks, like those from Tranquillity Base, were of igneous origin, born in the melting process caused by volcanic ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1971 - 0381.pdf...icle is believed, however, to be an improved version of an intermediate range missile, and, in this respect provides further evidence of China's ICBM development. A lunar rover is demonstrated by Apollo 15 commander David Scott (centre) and lunar module pilot James Irwin. Standing is command module pilot Alfred Warden FLIGHT International, II March 1971 APOLLO 14 ROCK REPORT The largest r...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 3387.pdf... 967 the evidence of two flights), and the photographs they took of the Fra Mauro site. The planners are quite prepared to put off the flight until April 13, and wait for an 11° sunrise angle. If Apollo 13 is postponed until April, the crew will also train for a landing in the backup site 6R, in the Flamsteed Ring, also in the Ocean of Storms. (There will be no backup site for a March 12 la...
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Thumbnail preview of 1967 - 2331.pdf...nternational, 30 November 1967 923 tyaceflight Apollo 4 command module, after its flight test oi: November 9 (see o/sc ...c —--._./ pictures in "Flight" last week, page 887), being examined by NASA officials at the Space Division of North American...
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Thumbnail preview of 1968 - 0033.pdf...h arm-and-claw device and an alpha pattering instrument to dig and analyse lunar soil. This is the first time both fcese instruments have been carried board the same spacecraft ipaceflight 35 JMANNED APOLLO FLIGHT second major launching of 1968 for NASA, following the rveyor launch planned for January 7 (see this page), is to be |e flight of an unmanned Apollo spacecraft, to be put into ith orbit ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 0408.pdf...elow them an attitude indicator. Right, interior of the ascent stage, looking aft. At the top is the docking and entry hatch used by astronauts for internal access to the command module. m?mwKi i APOLLO 9 LAUNCHED WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN America's heaviest-ever week for space activity was downgraded by the postpone ment of the Apollo 9 flight from Friday, February 28 to Monday, March 3. The wee...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 3273.pdf... spectacle—the noise and colour as the 3.000-ton rocket, trailing a 700ft flame, pulled away from Launch Complex 39 -was a reassuring echo of the previous four Saturn V flights. At first sight the Apollo 12 operation is a repeat of Apollo II. with the target site in the Ocean of Storms instead of the Sea of Tranquillity. In fact a very great deal of work has taken place since last July in re...
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Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 1587.pdf...ls, with below them an attitude indicator. Right, interior of the ascent stage, looking aft. At the top is the docking and entry hatch used by astronauts for internal access to the command module. APOLLO 9 LAUNCHED WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN America's heaviest-ever week for space activity was downgraded by the postpone ment of the Apollo 9 flight from Friday, February 28 to Monday, March 3. The wee...
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