The Apollo-Saturn 201 (AS-201) mission was an unmanned suborbital flight to test the Saturn IB launch vehicle and the Apollo Command and Service Modules. It was the first flight of the two-stage Saturn IB. The objectives of the flight were to verify the structural integrity, launch loads, stage separation, and operation of subsystems of the Saturn 1B, and evaluate the Apollo spacecraft subsystems, heatshield, and mission support facilities. The patch depicts the Saturn IB rising atop a column of fire and smoke and the Command Module re-entering the atmosphere.
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