Uncommon NASA-printed manual for "Views from the CM and LM During the Flight of Apollo 11 (Mission G)," 267 pages, 8 x 10.5, June 12, 1969, consisting of 12 sections: Summary and Introduction, Symbols and Nomenclature, Discussion of Data, Mission Geometry, Views from CSM During Translunar Phase, Views from CSM and LM During Lunar Orbit Phase, Views from CSM During Transearth Phase, Views from CM During Entry Phase, Views Through Scanning Telescope, Views Through Alignment Optical Telescope, Star Identification Catalogue, and References. The manual was developed to "visually depict various aspects of the Apollo 11 (mission G) lunar landing mission. Out-the-window views are shown for most critical maneuvers executed by the CSM and by the LM. Detailed views of the earth and the moon are shown for the translunar and transearth coast phases of the flight. Views through the scanning telescope are presented for earth parking orbit, translunar coast, moon parking orbit, and transearth coast. Views through the alinement optical telescope are presented for the lunar surface stay." In fine condition, with missing cover and several opening pages, and expected light age toning.
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