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Item 4309 - Apollo 16 Technical Crew Debriefing Catalog 594 (Oct 2020)

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Staple-bound NASA booklet entitled “Apollo 16 Technical Crew Debriefing (U),” 498 pages, 8 x 10.5, dated May 5, 1972, marked “15” in the upper right corner, with the front cover noting that “This document will automatically become declassified 90 days from the published date.” The booklet contains post-landing statements made by John Young, Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke in regard to various aspects of the Apollo 16 mission. The booklets contains 28 sections, which are titled as follows: “Suiting and Ingress,” “Status Checks and Countdown,” “Powered Flight,” “Earth Orbit and Systems Checkout,” “TLI Through S-IVB Closeout,” “Translunar Coast,” “LOI, DOI, and Lunar Module Checkout,” “Activation Through Separation,” “Separation Through LM Touchdown,” “Lunar Surface,” “CSM Circumlunar Operations,” “Liftoff, Rendezvous, and Docking,” “Lunar Module Jettison Through TEI,” “Transearth Coast,” “Entry,” “Landing and Recovery,” “Training,” “Command Module Systems Operations,” “Lunar Module Systems Operations,” “LRV Operations,” “EMU Systems,” “Flight Equipment,” “Flight Data File,” “Visual Sightings,” “Premission Planning,” “Mission Control,” “Human Factors,” and “Miscellaneous.” The inner pages and front and back covers are all marked “Confidential.” In very good to fine condition, with wear and creasing to covers, and several pages paper-clipped, which have left some rust marks.

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