Staple-bound manual entitled "Apollo 10 Mission Report," MSC-00126, 8 x 10.5, approximately 300 pages, dated August 1969. The report provides details on the ‘dress rehearsal’ for the eventual Apollo 11 moon-landing, and includes thorough information on flight trajectories, performance by the command/service module and lunar module, in-flight science and photography, the equipment used on the mission, and overall evaluations. It features several pullout charts. The name "E. L. Michel," who worked in NASA's medical offices, is stamped in the upper right corner of the cover. In fine condition, with some creases and marks to covers. From The Bill Lende Collection.
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