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Wonder if they have one for the Shuttle?

 

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Product: NASA Apollo 11 Manual

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Please tell me this is for real - I'm a bit of an anorak when it comes to Mercury/Gemini/Apollo space missions. I'd LOVE one of these books. :D

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Still Find It Hard To Believe The 1960 To 1970 Had The Technology To Do This

 

They Say There Was More Computing Power In A Modern Calculator Than In The Onboard Computer

 

Even Now We Cant Get The Sp On The Computer And Systems

 

ILL BE AMAZED IF ITS INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

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Great! They also do manuals for the Lancaster, Spitfire and the Tiger Moth.

 

TBH, these aren't the in-depth repair manuals like they do for cars (first, disconnect the battery) but more of an overview on how these great machines were designed, built, tested and roughly how they go together.

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Thanks for that link DMD :) Sure beats 'chick lit' for some holiday reading :p

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I had a look around the one at Cape Canaveral. It is amazing how they even got there and landed on the moon, or did they?

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Well according to The Mythbusters they did. They set up experiments to blow every conspirency theory out of the water. Anyway NASA were trying to beat Russia to the moon, so if it was impossible to get there, then the Russians would have known it and would have been quick to tell the world it was a set up.

I'd love to go to see Cape Canaveral and everything to do with the space missions. Once I'm debt free (10 months whoo hoo :grin:) it'll be top priority for a holiday.

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I live not too far from the National Space centre, may have a look around there very soon. Well worth the visit to Cape Canaveral, if you time your visit well you could have a buffet lunch with an Astronaut, with a photo opportunity as well.

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Correct, however I guess they picked 11 because it was the first one to land on the moon. The manual is for the LEM, wonder if they do one for the command mudule and service module as well :p

Apollo 13's problems came from the exploding oxygen tank in the service module, the LEM was unaffected.

The Appollo's hatches were changed after the fire in Apollo 1 which killled the 3 astronauts aboard. The next manned Apollo mission was Appollo 7 and the last one was 17.

 

**picks up anorak and goes to look for a life ** :D

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I think the 'elf and safety brigade would have killed this idea at birth had they tried it nowadays

''You're what!!! You want to sit on top of a bomb, blast yourself into space and then attempt to land on the moon in a module with walls made of tin foil''

Oh - and think of the carbon footprint :eek::eek: LOL

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The manual is for the LEM, wonder if they do one for the command mudule and service module as well :p

 

I think they have a marketing problem here, as the command module was the only section that made it back to Earth it stands to reason its the only section you have any chance of picking up from your local Arthur Daily character as a "cheap used model... only 800,000 miles on the clock Gov'nor and I'll throw in a space suit"...

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