Staple-bound manual entitled "Apollo 14 Mission Report," MSC-04112, 8 x 10.5, approximately 220 pages, dated May 1971. The report provides details on the third Apollo moon-landing, and includes chapters concerning: “Lunar Surface Experiments,” “Lunar Orbital Experiments,” “Inflight Demonstrations,” “Trajectory,” “Command and Service Module Performance,” “Lunar Module Performance,” “Pilot’s Report,” “Biomedical Evaluation,” “Mission Support Performance,” and “Assessment of Mission Objectives.” The mission summary section reads, in part: “Because of unsatisfactory weather conditions at the planned time of launch, a launch delay (about 40 minutes) was experienced for the first time in the Apollo program.” The report 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. From The Bill Lende Collection.
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