Unmanned Apollo Missions
AS-201 (Unofficially called Apollo 1)
22 February 1966. Suborbital flight lasting 36 minutes, 59 seconds. Launched from pad 34 by a Saturn 1B.
The Apollo 1 designation was given to the original AS-204 mission after a fatal fire on the launch pad.
The capsule is on display at the Strategic Air & Space Museum, Ashland, NE.
AS-203 (Unofficially called Apollo 3)
5 July 1966. Completed 4 orbits. Launched from pad 37B by a Saturn 1B.
There was no recovery.
AS-202 (Unofficially called Apollo 2)
25 August 1966. Suborbital flight lasting 33 minutes, 38 seconds. Launched from pad 34 by a Saturn 1B.
The AS-202 capsule is on display at the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda, CA.
Apollo 4 (AS-501)
9 November 1967. Flight lasted 8 hours, 36 minutes, 59 seconds. Launched from pad 39-A by a Saturn V.
Apollo 4 is displayed at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.
Apollo 5 (AS-204)
22 January 1968. Completed 4 orbits. Launched from pad 37B by a Saturn 1B.
There was no capsule on this mission, only the lunar module. It was destroyed during reentry.
The designation of AS-204 was originally given to the mission we all know as Apollo 1.
Apollo 6 (AS-502)
4 April 1968. Flight lasted 10 hours, 22 minutes, 59 seconds. Launched from pad 39-A by a Saturn V.
The Apollo 6 capsule is located at the Fernbank Science Center, Atlanta, GA.
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