Apollo Program

Apollo_program_insignia.pngMISSION SUMMARY
Mission: Apollo Program
Program dates: 1961 - 1972
Manned missions: Apollo I - XVII
Launch vehicle: Saturn V
Launch site: Cape Canaveral
Crew capacity: 3-Commander, Command Module Pilot (CMP), and Lunar Module Pilot (LMP)

Objective: The Apollo Program was the United States spaceflight effort which landed the first humans on Earth's Moon. Conceived during the Eisenhower administration and conducted by NASA, Apollo began in earnest after President John F. Kennedy's 1961 address to Congress declaring his belief in a national goal of "landing a man on the Moon" by the end of the decade in a competition with the Soviet Union for supremacy in space. This goal was first accomplished during the Apollo 11 mission on July 20, 1969 when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed, while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit.

Documents and PowerPoints
Apollo Missions.pdf

Related MGGP Links
Mercury Program
Gemini Program
Space Shuttle Program
International Space Station
Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle
History of Spaceflight
Space Physiology

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Apollo Program-Official
Apollo Program-History Office
Apollo Press Kits
Apollo Flight Journals
Apollo Lunar Surface Journals
Apollo Gallery
Apollo Image Archive
Apollo Drawings and Technical Diagrams
Exploring the Moon
Lunar Landing Site Map

Wikipedia Links
Apollo Program
List of Apollo Missions
Apollo Spacecraft
Moon Landings
Apollo Lunar Module
Moon Rocks
Saturn 1
Saturn 1B
Saturn V

Did the Apollo astronauts really land on the Moon?

NOT faked


Space hoax

NASA Missions

NASA Solar System

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MOVIES ___________________

Above: President John F. Kennedy, Rice University, "We choose to go to the Moon..." (18 min)

Above: Neil Armstrong steps onto the Moon (5 min)
Recording of the feed from Honeysuckle Creek made at Goddard.


SS-simulator.jpg Solar System Simulator - JPL

logo-eotss-main.png Eyes on the Universe - JPL

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