APOLLO INSTRUMENTATION SHIPS T-AGM-19 CLASS: MISSION SUPPORT CAPABILITIES. Apollo Instruments ships Program Office.

APOLLO INSTRUMENTATION SHIPS T-AGM-19 CLASS: MISSION SUPPORT CAPABILITIES

Quincy, MA: General Dynamics Electronics Division, 1 June 1966. Paperback. 86 pp: describes capabilities of the T-AGM-19 class Apollo Instrumentation Ships to persons or organizations requiring mission support. these ships are designed to cover the insertion and injection phases of the Apollo flight. System parametrs such as tracking accuracy, antenna gain and receiver noise figure have been included to help the reader. Their mission was so vital to the development of space technology that the government spent hundreds of millions of dollars on them. The Navy even put them put them in a class by themselves, referring to them as T-AGM ships. Twenty-three vessels eventually shared this somewhat cryptic classification, and those who sailed on them remember them as front-row seats to history. Highly techical text; line drawings, fold-outs; bound in binder in illustrated heavy card covers, has small chip to spine. Very Good +. Item #71355

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