By Geoffrey H. Bourne
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Courtesy of N A S A . When preliminary studies were made to determine the nature of the Apollo mission, it was felt that the so-called Earth orbital rendezvous mode should be employed. According to this concept, one Saturn C5 would orbit a tanker filled with liquid oxygen. Later, the Apollo spaceship would be orbited and would rendezvous with this tanker (Fig. 30). Then 1. THE DEVELOPMENT OF M A N N E D SPACE VEHICLES 39 the docking maneuver would occur (Fig. 31), followed by the injection into lunar trajectory (Fig.
Stage ( S - I ) developing 1,500,000 lb of thrust and a six-engine second stage (S-IV) producing 90,000 lb of thrust. In addition to capsule research and development tests and manned flights under prolonged conditions of weightlessness, there will be orbital docking operations with the early Apollo capsule. Figure 28 illustrates a typical Saturn CI-Apollo flight trajectory. The second phase will use the much larger three-stage Saturn C5 vehicle (Fig. 29) powered by a five-engine first stage (S-IC) developing 7,500,000 lb of thrust, a five-engine second stage ( S - I I ) rated at 1,000,000 lb thrust, and a one-engine third stage (S-IVB) developing 200,000 lb thrust.
D. S M I T H , Ε. Β. KONECCI, A N D Μ . W . HUNTER actually become semi-intelligent, much like animals. W e consider it beyond the scope of this discussion to speculate on whether they can ever be made at least as intelligent as humans so that we really have created a master race of machines. It is apparently difficult enough to convince people that computers will actually be eventually able to think at all. We can now speculate that the unmanned probe is quite analogous to the dog in ancient times.
Medical and Biological Problems of Space Flight. Proceedings of a Conference Held in Nassau, the Bahamas, November, 1961 by Geoffrey H. Bourne