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The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal. Journals, records and some images from the Apollo lunar missions.
posted by plep (13 comments total)

 
great resource. the Apollo Image Atlas looks promising too, although not great on my dialup
posted by gravelshoes at 1:25 PM on March 10, 2003


There are some seriously cool pictures on this site. I hope the somewhat spartan site design isn't turning people off.
posted by Cyrano at 1:26 PM on March 10, 2003


Some of the photos that are available are super hi-rez scans, and they're copyright-free. I've gotten 8x10 prints made at ofoto that are really nice.
posted by smackfu at 2:16 PM on March 10, 2003


I just watched the HBO series "From The Earth To The Moon" on DVD. Great series if you're like me and this stuff is like porn to you.

I find the journals fascinating. Almost everything was planned to the T. They couldn't fart without running down a checklist and talking to Houston.
posted by bondcliff at 2:23 PM on March 10, 2003


Great post, thanks for wasting almost my entire day damnit! No, really, a great post, a great site!
posted by Pollomacho at 2:25 PM on March 10, 2003


Wonderful link, Plep. Thanks.
posted by snarkout at 3:43 PM on March 10, 2003


more apollo goodies are available from spacecraft films. they have the complete, official downloads of all audio/video from various apollo missions. toss in clips from training and press days, and it adds up to some pretty darn cool packages. i especially enjoyed watching the downloads after seeing the HBO series.
posted by bruceo at 5:34 PM on March 10, 2003


Wonderful link, plep, wonderful.

NASA publishes a lot of books on line, including

Chariots for Apollo:A History of Manned Lunar Spacecraft

Apollo Press Kits (very cool stuff!)

Project Apollo Drawings and Technical Diagrams

Topical index of all NASA history pubs is here.

Also see David Portree's Romance to Reality website for many, many Apollos planed and lost, and other proposals of what might have been ...

And don't forget the various plans for the 'Soviet Apollo'.
posted by Jos Bleau at 8:26 PM on March 10, 2003


Wow... I'm gonna take a day off and just click on all those images. What a great resource. Thanks!

For some reason, I couldn't resist commenting on this particular thread. Color me eponymous!
posted by apollo at 8:58 PM on March 10, 2003


[this is very good]
posted by Vidiot at 10:26 PM on March 10, 2003


Very nice. I appreciate the usability of the site, and the excellent image resource. Thanks, plep!
posted by hama7 at 1:20 AM on March 11, 2003


Apollo astronauts and Soyuz 9 crew at a backyard party: (left-to-right) Armstrong, Aldrin, Anders, Nikolayev, McDivitt, Conrad, Cunningham, Stafford, Swigert, Gordon, Schweickart, Scott, Lovell, Slayton, Sevastyanov. 1970. [source]

Good one, plep.
posted by rory at 4:29 AM on March 11, 2003


Sorry, [source]
posted by rory at 4:32 AM on March 11, 2003


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