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Apollo 11, Volume 1 : The NASA Mission Reports - Robert Godwin

Apollo 11, Volume 1

The NASA Mission Reports

By: Robert Godwin (Editor)

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CD-ROM and Book. Foreword written by Buzz Aldrin. Since the first glimmerings of intellect on planet Earth the moon's quicksilver light has beckoned. On July of 1969 the people of the world were witness to an event which was the undisputed scientific accomplishment of the 20th century. When astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin planted their footsteps in the barren dusty powder of the lunar surface they not only fulfilled President John Kennedy's bold challenge but also mankind's ancient dream. An accomplishment without parallel, the flight of Apollo 11 stands alone as humanity's greatest feat of imagination made manifest. Some of the rare official documentation of this inspirational voyage is collected and made commercially available for the first time.

Apollo II Press Kit
General Releasep. 11
Apollo II Countdownp. 18
Launch Eventsp. 19
Apollo II Mission Eventsp. 19
Mission Trajectory and Maneuver Descriptionp. 21
Launchp. 21
Earth Parking Orbit (EPO)p. 22
Translunar Injection (TLI)p. 22
Transposition, Docking and Ejection (TDandE)p. 23
Translunar Coastp. 24
Lunar Orbit Insertion (LOI)p. 24
Lunar Module Descent, Lunar Landingp. 24
Lunar Surface Extravehicular Activity (EVA)p. 29
Lunar Sample Collectionp. 32
LM Ascent, Lunar Orbit Rendezvousp. 32
Transearth Injection (TEI)p. 34
Transearth Coastp. 36
Entry Landingp. 36
Recovery Operations, Quarantinep. 38
Lunar Receiving Laboratoryp. 40
Schedule for Transport of Samples, Spacecraft and Crewp. 42
Lunar Receiving Laboratory Procedures Timeline (Tentative)p. 42
Apollo II Go/No-Go Decision Pointsp. 44
Apollo II Alternate Missionsp. 44
Abort Modesp. 45
Deep Space Abortsp. 46
Onbard Televisionp. 47
Tentative Apollo II TV Timesp. 47
Photographic Tasksp. 48
Lunar Descriptionp. 49
Physical Factsp. 49
Apollo Lunar Landing Sitesp. 49
Command and Service Module Structure, Systemsp. 51
CSM Systemsp. 53
Lunar Module Structures, Weightp. 56
Ascent Stagep. 56
Descent Stagep. 59
Lunar Module Systemsp. 60
Saturnv Launch Vehicle Description and Operationp. 63
Launch Vehicle Range Safety Provisionsp. 63
Space Vehicle Weight Summaryp. 64
First Stagep. 65
Second Stagep. 65
Third Stagep. 65
Instrument Unitp. 66
Propulsionp. 66
Launch Vehicle Instrumentation and Communicationp. 67
S-IVB Restartp. 67
Differences in Launch Vehicles for A-10 and A-11p. 67
Apollo II Crewp. 68
Life Support Equipment - Space Suitsp. 68
Apollo II Crew Menup. 70
Personal Hygienep. 73
Medical Kitp. 73
Survival Gearp. 73
Biomedical Inflight Monitoringp. 74
Trainingp. 75
Crew Biographiesp. 76
Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Packagep. 79
Apollo Lunar Radioisotopic Heater (Alrh)p. 84
Apollo Launch Operationsp. 86
Prelaunch Preparationsp. 86
Launch Complex 39p. 88
Vehicle Assembly Buildingp. 88
Launch Control Centerp. 89
Mobile Launcherp. 89
Transporterp. 90
Crawlerwayp. 91
Mobile Service Structurep. 91
Water Deluge Systemp. 92
Flame Trench and Deflectorp. 92
Pad Areasp. 92
Mission Control Centerp. 93
Manned Space Flight Networkp. 94
Nasa Communications Networkp. 96
Network Computersp. 96
The Apollo Shipsp. 98
Apollo Range Instrumentation Aircraft (ARIA)p. 99
Ship Positions for Apollo IIp. 99
Contamination Control Programp. 100
Lunar Module Operationsp. 100
Command Module Operationsp. 103
Lunar Mission Recovery Operationsp. 103
Biological Isolation Garmentp. 103
Mobile Quarantine Facilityp. 103
Lunar Receiving Laboratoryp. 104
Sterilization and Release of Spacecraftp. 105
Apollo Program Managementp. 107
Apollo/Saturn Officialsp. 107
Major Apollo/Saturn V Contractorsp. 122
Principal Investigators and Investigations of Lunar Surface Samplesp. 124
Apollo Glossaryp. 134
Apollo Acronyms and Abbreviationsp. 137
Conversion Factorsp. 138
Pre-Flight Mission Operation Reportp. 139
Apollo 11 Missionp. 142
Program Developmentp. 144
NASA OMSF Primary Mission Objectives for Apollo 11p. 147
Detailed Objectives and Experimentsp. 147
Launch Countdown and Turnaround Capability, AS-506p. 148
Detailed Flight Mission Descriptionp. 153
Back Contamination Programp. 178
Contingency Operationsp. 182
Configuration Differencesp. 189
Mission Supportp. 191
Recovery Support Planp. 198
Flight Crewp. 205
Mission Management Responsibilityp. 211
Program Managementp. 211
Abbreviations and Acronymsp. 212
Post-Flight Director's Mission Operation Report
Results Of Apollo 11 Missionp. 215
Prelaunch - Launch and Earth Parking Orbit - Translunar Coastp. 216
Lunar Orbit - Descentp. 217
Lunar Surface Activities and EVAp. 218
Ascent - Rendezvous - TEI - Transearch Coast - Entryp. 219
Astronaut Recovery Operation - CM Retrieval - Mission Scientific Activityp. 220
Solar Wind Experiment - Bulk Samplep. 220
Cameras - EASEP - LRRR - Documented Sample - Systems Performancep. 221
Crew Performancep. 222
List Of Tablesp. 222
Post-Flight Crew Press Conference
Press Conferencep. 230
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ISBN: 9781896522531
ISBN-10: 189652253X
Series: The NASA Mission Reports : Book 1
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 15th June 1999
Country of Publication: CA
Dimensions (cm): 25.1 x 17.3  x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.48