A complete gigantic printed Apollo Operation Handbook comprising 4 huge volumes of several hundred pages each. Two volumes for the Command and Service Module and two volumes for the Lunar Module. Volumes are: Command and Service Module Volume 1: Spacecraft Description, 8 x 10.5, dated April 14, 1969. Incredibly thorough publication details all the equipment, systems, and operations of the spacecraft, with the foreword stating “Volume I of the Apollo Operations Handbook constitutes the extensive description of all Command and Service Module systems,” and features several pull-out schematics; a Command and Service Module Volume 2 Operational Procedures H-Series Mission, dated December 15, 1969, Changed 11 March 1970. Hundreds of pages in length, this manual provides all instructions and information on all procedures for the operation of the spacecraft during the mission, from lift-off to splashdown; Lunar Module Volume 1 Subsystem Data Printed Apollo Operations Handbook, Lunar Module LM8 and Subsequent, dated June 15, 1970. Voluminous manual covers all systems, equipment, configurations and procedures, including the extravehicular mobility unit,communications, power, and environmental controls; and Volume 2: Operational Procedures, an Apollo Operations Handbook for the Lunar Module, 8 x 10.5, dated June 11, 1970. Immense volume provides all details and instructions for normal and back-up procedures, systems, and checklists, including radio checks, pressurization, and preparations for extravehicular activities. In fine overall condition, with some light toning and expected handling wear. RRAuction COA.
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