Launch Control Room PanelThis is an original NASA Kennedy Space Center Apollo Launch Control Room Panel Readout Light. It was designed to monitor the 1st stage Propulsion for the Rocketdyne F-1 Rocket Engine Propellant System Fuel and Oxidizer aboard the Saturn Moon Rocket. It also monitored F-1 Engine Hydraulic Supply Pressure plus Rocket Propellant Turbopump Temperature and Speed.
This artifact indicates the following Saturn Space Carrier Vehicle Rocket Engine Parameters:
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It was part of a critical control panel in the KSC Launch Control Room during the Apollo Moon Shot Program and was removed in the 1970's at the end of the program.
This unit was removed by a NASA Engineer who worked at KSC during the Apollo era.
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It measures about 3.5 inches wide by 5.25 inches high by 2.1 inches deep and has 40 separate miniature incandescent light bulbs that could be removable for regular maintenance.
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