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Item 8053 - Apollo 13 Final Report Catalog 511 (Oct 2017)

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Uncommon staple-bound "Apollo 13 Final Report" issued by the Mission Support Office of the Manned Spacecraft Center Crew Systems Division, 16 pages with an additional nine appendixes labeled A-J, 8 x 10.5, September 3, 1970. Several unknown personnel initial upper right of front cover, with one adding presumed final revision date of December 8, 1970. The table of contents include: Purpose, Apollo 13 EMU Hardware and Crew Provisions GFE, Crew Walk-On Equipment, CM Stowed Equipment, LM Stowed Equipment, Chronology of Events, Preflight Events, Crew Training, PGA and Accessories, PLSS, Crew Provisions, Flight PIA Data, In-Flight Performance, PGA and Accessories, PLSS, Crew Provisions, Contingency Procedures, Anomalies, Post Flight Analysis, Pressure Garment Assembly, Portable Life Support System, and Crew Provisions. In the section "Chronology of Events," the date April 13, 1970 is listed as "Mission Abort." Interior pages include some red ballpoint notations. In fine condition, with notations to front cover. From the collection of Dan Schaiewitz, who worked as Extravehicular Crew Training Engineer at KSC. View Dan's many Collect Space posts here. Engineer Dan Schaiewitz gives us a fascinating firsthand glimpse into his experiences on the cutting edge of space exploration during the Apollo missions, in this podcast.

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