Select... a press release which focuses around the Apollo 9 flight and what role the ST-124-M inertial guidance platform has in it. A press-release detailing the successfuly firing and the specfic launching information of the Saturn I-V rocket-launch. A three-foot high Instrument tional Business Machines Corporation will be launched into orbit with a huge Saturn second stage
later this month in a crucial test for the Apollo lunar program. ABSTRACT: Discusses intensive ground qualification testing program for S-IV stage. Following is text of Douglas release on successful first firing of clustered P&W RL10 engines. Occurred at 11:12 A.M. PDT, August 17. Santa Monica, California.; "Sacramento, Calif,--Man's effort to reach the moon moved nearer reality today with the successful first firing here of the six liquid oxygen-liquid hydrogen fueled engines of the Saturn S-IV. Huntsville, Ala. -- NASA Marshall Space Flight Center engineers and scientists will soon begin using a giant Saturn V booster simulator in making various tests of equipment and facilities here and at Michoud Operations, Mississippi Test Operations and Cape Kennedy. Letter to answer any incoming questions from the media regarding the MSFC-II stage and any briefed on Seal Beach. News release surveying the Apollo 7 rocket and discussing future missions. Press release covering the nature and use of liquid hydrogen Press release covering the static firing of the S-IV rocket for a full seven minutes. Press release covering the system of functional management in NASA. Press release describing a photograph of a lunar module. Press release describing NASA's plans to begin manned missions set to begin in 1968. Press release detailing how a rocket is the top stage of both the Saturn IB and Saturn V launch vehicles. Press release detailing the firing of the Saturn S-IV in California. Press release detailing the technical aspects of the Saturn IB. Press release exploring the rockets and projects of the Saturn project. Press release regarding a IBM digital computer directing a Saturn 1B orbital mission. Press release surrounding the Apollo 9 rocket and its crew prior to launch. Press release.; Release No. 65-198. Press-release detailing 27 research grants sent to numerous universities. Release describing the launch of the Apollo 11. The flrst flight test of the Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle is scheduled for launch from the Natlonal Aeronautics and Space Administration's John F, Kennedy Space Center, Fla., no earlier than Nov. 7. The mission is designated Apollo 4. The press conference was given at Cape Royal News Center in Cocoa Beach, Florida, on Wednesday, April 3, 1968, at 3:30 PM. Participants: William C. Schneider, Apollo Mission Director, NASA; George M. Low, Apollo Spacecraft Manager, NASA; Clifford Charlesworth, Apollo 6 Flight Director, Manned Spacecraft Center, NASA; Dr. Arthur Rudolph, Saturn V Program Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA; Rocco A. Petrone, Apollo 6 Launch Director, Kennedy Space Center, NASA; Col. Royce Olson, USAF, Director DOD Manned Spaceflight Support Office, Patrick AFB; Chris Kraft, Director of Flight Operations, Manned Spacecraft Center. The Saturn C-1 space vehicle system is being developed by government agencies at industrial firms under the direction of the National Aeronotics and Space Division These are the facts about IBM's role as a NASA prime contractor in the Apollo/Saturn program. They are organized for quick reference. Computer terms are defined in a glossary. Glossy prints of photographs and illustrations are available from IBM information offices listed on the following page. Please order by photo number. Andrew J. Cella Manager of Information, IBM Federal Systems Division. This artist's rendering of the RL10-powered Saturn S-IV stage is depicted as heading toward deep space after separation from the booster. The drawing is accompanied with a brief description of the Saturn S-IV. Within the first 10 minutes of NASA's initial Saturn IB flight, the Instrument Unit (IU), nervecenter of America's mightiest launch vehicle, is designed to make more than 7 million calculations, sample vehicle calculations 100 times a minute, telemeter 3 million numbers back to Earth, and measure the performance of 300 pieces of equipment in the IU, S-IB, and S-IVB stages.
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