Source: This document taken from the Report of Apollo 204 Review Board NASA Historical Reference Collection, NASA History Division, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC. Jeff Bezos' crew has found the Apollo 11 booster at the bottom of the sea and now they have recovered two of the enormous F-1 engines which hit the ocean in 1969 going 5000 MPH.

entered spacecraft, followed by pilot and senior pilot. Time. 27 Jan 1967. Following completion of initial verification tests of system operation, command pilot.

This is NOT a photo of the Apollo 1 fire,it is NOT a photo of the launch complex #34 area,and it is NOT a photo taken durring the 1960's.It is a beachside view of the Dec.6,1957 Vanguard explosion.A better color view of this photo can be seen in the book that came with the Time-Life record set. Plugs Out Integrated Test initiated when power applied to spacecraft. Tragically, however, the spacecraft was destroyed in a cabin fire during a launch pad test 47 years ago on 27 January 1967. You're right about last part: those suits don't look like they've been through the hell that took place inside the Apollo 1 command module. On Jan. 27, 1967, Apollo 1's crew—Virgil I. Crew: Virgil I. Grissom, Edward H. White and Roger B. Chaffee His suit is also the most damaged. Event.

NASA . Apollo 1 Fire Timeline . GMT. 18:00 . Part I -Authority.

Apollo 1 Crew Outdoors. Apollo 204 Review Board Final Report Table of Contents Letter of Transmittal; Preface. This is the thrust chamber section on its way back to Cape Canaveral today. GMT. Here is the HD video of the robotic recovery at a depth of 14,000 feet.

Apollo 1 was to be the first manned mission and, although it would not travel to the moon itself, it was intended to test important technologies in Earth orbit with Virgil “Gus” Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee on board. They do seem consistent with the way the fire spread tho: it started under Grissom's (on the right) seat and on those images the suits are mainly burned in the lower area. Date. 12:55 .