NASA Office of Logic Design

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A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
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90th Congress
2d Session

Senate

Report
No. 956

 

APOLLO 204 ACCIDENT


REPORT

OF THE

COMMITTEE ON

AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES

UNITED STATES SENATE

WITH ADDITIONAL VIEWS

APOLLO 204 ACCIDENT


January 30, 1968

Cover SheetCommittee MembershipPrefaceContentsAnother Cover Sheet

IntroductionFindings and ConclusionsFailure to Indentify Test as Hazardous; Spacecraft Hatch; Ground Safety ProceduresOperational Test Procedures; Communications; Control of Combustible Material; Engineering, Workmanship, and Quality Control DeficienciesPrinciple Aspects of the Accident; NASA Response to Findings, Determinations, and Recommendations of the Apollo 204 Review Board

Procedures; Spacecraft and Facility Modifications; One Hundred Percent Pure Oxygen EnvironmentNASA - Spacecraft Contractor RelationsEffects of the Apollo 204 Accident on Schedule and Cost of the Apollo Program; Apollo Program CostSummaryRecommendations

ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. BROOKE AND MR. PERCY

ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. BROOKE AND MR. PERCYADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. BROOKE AND MR. PERCYADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. BROOKE AND MR. PERCY

ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. MONDALE

ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. MONDALEADDITIONAL VIEWS OF MR. MONDALE


APPENDIXES

APPENDIX I: List of Witnesses - Apollo Accident Hearings

APPENDIX I - List of Witnesses - Apollo Accident HearingsAPPENDIX I - List of Witnesses - Apollo Accident Hearings

APPENDIX II: Members of Apollo 204 Review Board

APPENDIX II - Members of Apollo 204 Review Board

APPENDIX III: Apollo/Saturn Schedule

APPENDIX III - Apollo/Saturn Schedule

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