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English: While the booster umbilical is still falling toward the ground, an electrical fault causes the booster's engine to shut down and triggers the Mercury capsule's escape rocket to jettison itself. The booster rises only 4 inches before settling back onto the pad, and the capsule remains attached to the booster. (Note this photo is misdated and misidentified in NASA's photo archives.)
Polski: Podczas gdy od??czony przewód startowy (plugs out) statku kosmicznego ci?gle opada na ziemi?, elektryczne b??dy spowodowa?y wy??czenie silnika rakiety no?nej i zap?on silników (Tower Jettison Motor) odrzucaj?cych Startowy System Ucieczkowy (LES). Silniki rakietowe podnios?y rakiet? no?n? o 4 cale, po czym rakieta no?na utkn??a ponownie na stanowisku startowym, a kapsu?a pozosta?a nadal po??czona z rakiet? no?n?. LES nie opu?ci? kapsu?y poniewa? nie nast?pi?o roz??czenie kapsu?y z jej ?aroodporn? pokryw?
|Date||21 November 1960|
|Source||Originally downloaded from the NASA KSA Mirror Image Server
Now available from Johnson Space Center's Digital Image Collection, http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/luceneweb/caption_direct.jsp?photoId=S63-00193.This image was originally uploaded on the English Wikipedia by wikipedia:en:User:Reubenbarton on June 16, 2004, and was copied here.
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