Gus Grissom was the second American in space. Ed White was the first American to walk in space. Roger Chaffee was a cold war hero, flying reconnaissance missions over Cuba during the 1962 missile crisis. All of them were to have been the prime crew of the first Apollo spacecraft—and none of them made it. Like Komarov, they lost their lives to a lousy spacecraft. The so-called block 1 Apollo craft—the initial model—was fraught with problems from the moment NASA began to cut metal on it. The communications were awful, the environmental hardware was fritzy, the power system was unreliable—especially the wiring. In a NASA publicity photo, the astronauts were seen posing and smiling with a model of the spacecraft in front of them on a desk. In a version not released, they were seen praying over it—playfully looking for divine protection. It never came. On January 27, 1967, during a full dress launch rehearsal, a bit of frayed insulation on a wire next to Grissom’s seat sparked, causing a fire to roar through the highly pressurized, 100%-oxygen environment. The astronauts were killed almost instantly, not only because of the fire but because of another, unforgivably shoddy piece of engineering: the hatch. It took more than 90 seconds to open the thing—or about 80 more than the crew could afford.
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Ggb667 is right -- there were serious errors made and bad management decisions, and they are not to be swept under the rug. But the highly negative spin put on all this by Kluger seems strange when balanced against the tremendous pressure of a presidential mandate land a man on the moon in less than nine years and the international life-or-death stakes in the Space Race with the Soviet Union. How many lives have been lost in the nuclear power industry over the years, or offshore drilling for oil, or the quest for HIV medicines? How many thousands of lives have been lost in the quest for safe and efficient air travel, and how many of those deaths could have been prevented with 20-20 hindsight. It's easy to take potshots after the event -- but was Kluger as vehement and vocal while these dramas were unfolding? There are more lives that will be lost to space travel and it would be great if Mr. Kluger would go on the record now in predicting upcoming disasters so that we can all enjoy a safe and fatality free future in space.
I DISAGREE strongly. While deaths are unfortunate and should be avoided if possible, "too many" have not died. Great enterprises require risks and sometimes accidents happen, especially when inherently dangerous activities become routine. Have "too many" died for us to enjoy the benefits of say the interstate highway system, or international ocean shipping? Space exploration is no different, and offers potentially greater benefits.