AS-203 Launch

The Apollo-Saturn-203 mission launched on July 5, 1966 from Cape Canaveral. The unmanned mission’s primary goals were the evaluation of the S-IVB stage’s hydrogen venting and engine restart capabilities while in orbit. This was the third Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.

The Apollo-Saturn-203 mission launched on July 5, 1966 from Cape Canaveral. The unmanned mission’s primary goals were the evaluation of the S-IVB stage’s hydrogen venting and engine restart capabilities while in orbit. This was the third Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.

The Apollo-Saturn-203 mission launched on July 5, 1966 from Cape Canaveral. The unmanned mission’s primary goals were the evaluation of the S-IVB stage’s hydrogen venting and engine restart capabilities while in orbit. This was the third Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.

The Apollo-Saturn-203 mission launched on July 5, 1966 from Cape Canaveral. The unmanned mission’s primary goals were the evaluation of the S-IVB stage’s hydrogen venting and engine restart capabilities while in orbit. This was the third Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.

The Apollo-Saturn-203 mission launched on July 5, 1966 from Cape Canaveral. The unmanned mission’s primary goals were the evaluation of the S-IVB stage’s hydrogen venting and engine restart capabilities while in orbit. This was the third Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.

The Apollo-Saturn-203 mission launched on July 5, 1966 from Cape Canaveral. The unmanned mission’s primary goals were the evaluation of the S-IVB stage’s hydrogen venting and engine restart capabilities while in orbit. This was the third Saturn IB launch vehicle developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.