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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILX

TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1967

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1967

Apollo Investigators
Find Faulty Wiring

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WASHINGTON (P) In a final
report issued yesterday by the
Apollo accident investigators, a
faulty electrical wire was pinpoint-
ed as the probable cause of the.
fatal fire.
The wiring was located beneath
the seat of command pilot Gris-
som.
The review board, in a critical
report on the accident Sunday,
said studies of the fire damage
patterns indicated "the most like-
ly region for the start of the fire"
to be underneath this access door.
Dr.,Robert W. Van Dolah, an-
other member of the review board,
told the subcommittee the fire
might not have happened, or cer-
tainly would not have been so in-
tense, if combustible materials
had not been present in the space-
craft.
Design Changes Necessary
And Dr. Floyd L. Thompson, re-
view board chairman, said he feels
certain spacecraft design changes
will be made to remedy this situ-
ation.
"I am sure that in the future
there will be far fewer flammable
materials," Thompson said, "and
that also there will be changes in
their arrangement so that a fire
couldn't spread so rapidly."
Van Dolah, in response to a
question from Rep. Richard L.
Reudebush, (R-Ind.), said the
three crewmen could have escaped
"perhaps with some burns" if the
spacecraft hatch could have been
opened within two or three sec-
onds.
The wiring installation resem-
wbles a Rube Goldberg invention,
Rep. James G. Fulton, (R-Pa.),
said yesterday.
"Not Good Practice"
His comment came after Dr.
Maxime Faget, a member of a
review board, told a Iouse science
and astronautics subcommittee
this installation "is not considered
good practice."
"There is the possibility of the
wiring getting mashed against
steel tubing or abraised by the
door," Faget said.
He used large colored pictures
to explain his points and said the
most likely region. for the Jan. 27
launch-pad fire was underneath a
lithium hydroxide access door.
Administrator James E. Webb
of the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration assured the
congressional group earlier "we
can move on to make the Apollo-
Saturn system fly."
Strong Criticism
The week-long hearing began
one day after the review board re-
port outlined critical faults in the
program.
The investigators strongly criti-
cized the Apollo project heads for
"many deficiencies in design and
engineering, manufacture and
quality control."

In the 3,000 page report, conclu-
ded after 10 weeks of investiga-
tion, the committee said that the
exact cause of the fire "most like-
ly will never be positively iden-
tified."
The board, in their report, add-
ed that it had uncovered engineer-
ing shortcomings and lazy pro-
cedures on the launching pad that
could have contributed to the ac-
cident.
Some Republicans complained
that the board consisted of too
many of NASA's own people and
did not go into the fundamental
conditions which permitted the ac-
cident to occur. Webb said the
board consisted of the best experts
available.
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American Federation of Television
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day strike last night against the
three big television networks.
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"The strike is over, the picket-
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The network said 70 million
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last year.

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