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The Individual Apollo Missions

EARTH
  • Apollo 6

Details: Unmanned mission. Images taken while orbiting Earth.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and positive film. Mission reports.

  • Apollo 7

Details: First manned Apollo flight 10/11/68 to 10/22/68. Demonstrated spacecraft crew and support systems. Flight time 260:08:45 (163 revolutions).

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and positive film. Mission reports.

  • Apollo 8

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 9

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos. Mission reports.

  • Apollo 10

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings: 8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 11

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 12

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 13

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 14

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos, 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 15

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 16

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 17

Details: Images taken by astronauts while orbiting Earth and after TEI.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm positive transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

MOON
  • Apollo 8

Details: History's first manned flight to the vicinity of another celestial body 12/21/68 to 12/27/68. A total of 864 frames taken by astronauts from orbit.

Holdings: 8 × 10 photos and 70-mm transparencies.

  • Apollo 10

Details: First rehearsal in lunar environment. Completed 31 revolutions of the Moon. LM descended to within 14.5 kilometers of Moon. Total of 1319 frames taken by astronauts from orbit.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 11

Details: First landing of men on the Moon. Total stay time 21 hours, 36 minutes. Made 31 revolutions of the Moon. Total of 1359 frames taken by the astronauts from orbit and on the lunar surface.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos, 70-mm transparencies, 16-mm film, and videotapes. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 12

Details: Second manned exploration of the Moon. Total stay time of 31 hours and 31 minutes. Included 45 revolutions of the Moon. Total of 1577 frames taken by astronauts from orbit and on the lunar surface.

Holdings: 8 × 10 photos, 70-mm transparencies, 16-mm film, and videotapes. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 13

Details: Mission aborted because of service module oxygen tank failure. Total of 584 frames taken by the astronauts from orbit.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm transparencies. Microfiche and mission reports.

  • Apollo 14

Details: First manned landing in the highlands. Total stay time of 33 hours, 31 minutes. Included 34 revolutions of the Moon. Total of 1334 frames taken by astronauts from orbit and on the surface.

Holdings: 8 × 10 photos and 70-mm transparencies, 16-mm film, and videotapes. Microfiche, mission reports, and cartographic material.

  • Apollo 15

Details: First use of lunar roving vehicle. Total stay time of 66 hours, 55 minutes. Included 74 revolutions of the Moon. Total of 3527 frames taken by astronauts from orbit and on the surface and from service module cameras.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos, 70-mm transparencies, and slides. Panoramic 5 × 46 prints and negative and positive film. Metric 5 × 5 prints and negatives, 10 × 10 prints, 16-mm film, and videotapes. Mission reports, microfiche, and cartographic material.

  • Apollo 16

Details: First remote controlled TV camera to record liftoff of the LM ascent stage from the lunar surface. Made 64 revolutions of the Moon. Total stay time of 71 hours, 2 minutes. Total of 2768 frames taken from orbit, on the surface and by service module cameras.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos and 70-mm transparencies. Panoramic 5 × 46 prints and negative and positive film. Metric 5 × 5 prints and negatives, 10 × 10 prints, 16-mm film, and videotapes. Mission reports and microfiche.

  • Apollo 17

Details: Last lunar landing and exploration in the Apollo program. Made 75 revolutions of the Moon. Total stay time 75 hours. Total of 3233 frames taken from orbit, on the surface, and by service module cameras.

Holdings:
8 × 10 photos, 70-mm transparencies, and slides. Panoramic 5 × 46 prints and negative and positive film. Metric 5 × 5 prints and negatives, 10 × 10 prints, 16-mm film, and videotape. Mission reports and microfiche.



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