Apollo 11 Manual: An insight into the hardware from the first manned mission to land on the moon (Hardback)
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Apollo 11 Manual: An insight into the hardware from the first manned mission to land on the moon (Hardback)

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Hardback 196 Pages / Published: 28/05/2009
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On 20 July 1969, US astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. This is the story of the Apollo 11 mission and the `space hardware' that made it all possible. This manual looks at the evolution and design of the mighty Saturn V rocket, the Command and Service Modules, and the Lunar Module. It describes the space suits worn by the crew and their special life support and communications systems. We learn about how the Apollo 11 mission was flown - from launch procedures to `flying' the Saturn V and the `LEM', and from moon walking to the earth re-entry procedure.

Publisher: Haynes Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781844256839
Number of pages: 196
Weight: 859 g
Dimensions: 276 x 214 x 14 mm

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“Apollo 11 Manual”

On the 20th July 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the face of the moon. One small step for a man it might have been, but over 400,000 American scientists and engineers were instrumental in helping... More

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