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Apollo CSM Block I
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Apollo CSM Block 1

Apollo CSM Block 1
View of Spacecraft 012 Command Module during pre-shipping operations
Credit: NASA

American manned spacecraft. The Apollo Command Service Module was the spacecraft developed by NASA in the 1960's as a standard spacecraft for earth and lunar orbit missions.

AKA: Command Service Module. Status: Cancelled 1967. Thrust: 97.86 kN (22,000 lbf). Gross mass: 18,488 kg (40,759 lb). Specific impulse: 314 s. Height: 11.03 m (36.18 ft).

Block I command service modules, which lacked forward docking tunnels and hatches, never flew manned after the Apollo 204 fire killed its crew on the pad.

Crew Size: 3. Habitable Volume: 6.17 m3. RCS total impulse: 3,774 kgf-sec. Spacecraft delta v: 2,804 m/s (9,199 ft/sec). Electric System: 690.00 kWh. Electric System: 6.30 average kW.



Family: Manned spacecraft. Country: USA. Engines: AJ10-137. Launch Vehicles: Saturn I. Propellants: N2O4/UDMH. Agency: NASA, North American. Bibliography: 148, 160, 183, 22, 2386, 2394, 2396, 2403, 2404, 26, 27, 2729, 2731, 2733, 2737, 60.
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Apollo Spacecraft 012 hoisted to top of gantry at Pad 34
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Apollo Spacecraft 012 hoisted to top of gantry at Pad 34
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Close-up view of Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command Module after flash fire
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Apollo Spacecraft 017 moved for mating with Saturn V launch vehicle
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Apollo Spacecraft 020 Command Module readied for mating with Service Module
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