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Red stone. By arlyn Nicolas leyva. Red stone launch. Launch may 4 1961 11:30 pm countdown was spilt to two parts because previous experiences had shown that it was preferable to run the countdown in two shorter segments and allow. Its mission was freedom7. Its launch pad is:lc -5.

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red stone launch
Red stone launch
  • Launch may 4 1961 11:30 pm countdown was spilt to two parts because previous experiences had shown that it was preferable to run the countdown in two shorter segments and allow. Its mission was freedom7. Its launch pad is:lc-5.
red stone information
Red stone information
  • Its crew: is Alan B. Sheppard Jr
  • miles stone : April 18 1961-1st launch simulation the pad
  • payload: space craft no 7 launch vehicle mr-7
  • landing: may 5 1961
  • location: 75 degrees 53 minutes 27 degrees 13.7 minutes latitude in the Atlantic ocean .
red stone facts
Red stone facts
  • There were completion during the exploration
  • They did complete the mission
  • its orbits was 0
  • altitude 116.5 statute miles
  • duration 0 days 15 minutes 28 seconds
  • distance 303 statute miles
  • velocity 5,134 miles per hour
more facts about red stone
More facts about red stone
  • Max Q 580 PSF
  • Max G 11
  • mission highlights mission was successful completed
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Red stone
  • Image at left freedom 7 mission patch
  • image credit nasa
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