The Apollo Spacecraft: A Chronology
by Ivan D. Ertel, at al.
Publisher: NASA 2007
The chronology of the development of the Apollo spacecraft and the lunar mission provides specific documented information covering a wide range of happenings both directly and indirectly related to the program. This wealth of material should be of value to historians and others interested in the events of the great adventure.
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