Committee Serial No. 3. Investigates causes of Jan. 27, 1967 Apollo 204 accident when three astronauts lost their lives. Includes testimony by Thomas R. Baron, author of a report highly critical of spacecraft management at Kennedy Space Center; v.2, pt.1: Contains text of accident investigation report to NASA by the Apollo 204 Review Board; v.2, pt.2: Contains Appendix C (continuation) and part of Appendix D to Final Report of Apollo 204 Review Board, which investigated the Jan. 27, 1967 Apollo 204 accident at Kennedy Space Center, in which three astronauts died; v.2, pt.3: Contains Appendices D (continuation), E, F, and G to the formal report of investigation by the Apollo 204 Review Board of the Apollo 204 accident at Kennedy Space Center on Jan. 27, 1967, when three astronauts perished; v.3: Describes corrective modifications performed on Apollo spacecraft to prevent a repetition of the Apollo 204 accident, during which 3 astronauts perished at Kennedy Space Center on Jan. 27, 1967.NASA Management Manual Instruction 4-1-7 (T.S. 760), March 24, 1964. Deputy Administrator DISTRIBUTION: SDL 1 1 -4 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION WaSHiMCTON. D C 20M6 January. 12.
|Title||:||Investigation Into Apollo 204 Accident|
|Author||:||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Astronautics. Subcommittee on NASA Oversight|