Apollo Command Service Module
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: The Command/Service Module (CSM) was one of two spacecraft, along with the Lunar Module, used for the United States Apollo program which landed astronauts on the Moon. It was built for NASA by North American Aviation.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Philip W. Barttels Apollo 13 Recovery Photographs Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description The Philip W. Barttels Apollo 13 Recovery Photographs Collection is a small collection consisting of images of the recovery of the Apollo 13 Command Module from the Pacific Ocean in 1970. The collection includes ten black-and-white photomechanical prints, one black-and-white photographic print, and five color photographic prints. The images depict the Command Module splashing down, recovery of the Apollo 13 crew and Command Module by U.S. Navy Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King helicopters of HS-4...
Charles L. Soellner NASA Collection
Overview The Charles L. Soellner NASA Collection documents the space programs of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The documents date from 1959 to 1975. The bulk of the materials are photographs and photomechancial prints mass-produced by NASA. The visual documentation and ephemera related to manned spaceflight missions were collected and assembled together in scrapbooks by Soellner.
TV Guide from July 19, 1969
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection This small collection conists of one issue of TV Guide from July 19, 1969. The cover of the magazine advertises "the first live telecast from the moon." An 8-page article in the magazine, "Live from the Moon" describes the moon landing event as "TV's most special special."
Series III. Aeronautical Research Files, 1916-1997
Scope and Contents The Aeronautical Research Files is the largest of all the series in the Stine Collection, consisting of about 31 cubic feet of material. Nine subseries make up this grouping: Subseries A. Aircraft, 1916-1987; Subseries B. Facilities, 1953-1997; Subseries C. International Programs, 1920-1993; Subseries D. Rockets and Missiles, 1924-1996; Subseries E. Satellites, 1957-1995; Subseries F. Spacecraft and Missions, 1946-1986; Subseries G. Space Vehicles, 1960-1993; Subseries H. Space – General,...
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