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Diplôme avec médaille dʹor grand module

View form Lunar Module of surface of the moon near where LM touched down

The Apollo 16 Command Module splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on April 27, 1972 after an 11-day moon exploration mission. The 3-man crew is shown here aboard the rescue ship, USS Horton. From left to right are: Mission Commander John W. Young, Lunar Module pilot Charles M. Duke, and Command Module pilot Thomas K. Mattingly II. The sixth manned lunar landing mission, the Apollo 16 (SA-511) lifted off on April 16, 1972. The Apollo 16 mission continued the broad-scale geological, geochemical, and geophysical mapping of the Moon’s crust, begun by the Apollo 15, from lunar orbit. This mission marked the first use of the Moon as an astronomical observatory by using the ultraviolet camera/spectrograph which photographed ultraviolet light emitted by Earth and other celestial objects. The Lunar Roving Vehicle, developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center, was also used. n/a

Side view of assembled command module, tower with flap & launch-escape rocket. Apollo FS-2 in 9 x 7 ft. SupersonicWind Tunnel. ARC-1963-AC-31656

Side view of assembled command module, tower with flap & launch-escape rocket. Apollo FS-2 in 9 x 7 ft. SupersonicWind Tunnel. ARC-1963-A-31658

Side view of assembled command module, tower with flap & launch-escape rocket. Apollo FS-2 in 9 x 7 ft. SupersonicWind Tunnel. ARC-1963-A-31657

APOLLO SPACESUIT - A-3H-024 - LUNAR EXCURSION MODULE (LEM) ASTRONAUT RESTRAINT HARNESS

Photograph of Apollo 13 Lunar Module Pilot Fred W. Haise, Jr. Undergoing Spacesuit Checks

Photograph of the Apollo 12 Lunar Module Descending Towards the Lunar Surface

Frogmen on Apollo command module boilerplate flotation collar during recovery

SPACECRAFT (S/C)-012 - COMMAND MODULE (CM) - HEAT SHIELD INSTALLATION

COMPRESSOR - UPRIGHTING SYSTEM - APOLLO MANUFACTURING - SPACECRAFT (S/C)-102 COMMAND MODULE (CM) - NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION (NAA), CA

COMMAND MODULE - APOLLO-SPACECRAFT (A/S) - NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION (NAA), CA

ARTIST CONCEPT - APOLLO - COMMAND MODULE (CM) - MSC

ARTIST CONCEPT - APOLLO - COMMAND MODULE (CM) - MSC

ARTIST CONCEPT - APOLLO - COMMAND MODULE (CM) - MSC

Mating of Lunar Module-1 with Spacecraft Lunar Module Adapter-7

COMMAND MODULE (C/M) - SPACECRAFT (S/C) 012 C/M - APOLLO/SATURN (A/S) 204 PREPARATIONS - CAPE

APOLLO-SATURN (A/S)-204 - SPACECRAFT (S/C)- 012 COMMAND SERVICE MODULE (CSM) - A/S MATING - CAPE

COMMAND MODULE - APOLLO - INTERIOR - SPACECRAFT (S/C) 101 - PANEL - CONTROL - NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION (NAA), CA

COMMAND MODULE (C/M) - APOLLO/SATURN (A/S) MISSION 204 - SPACECRAFT (S/C) 012 - CAPE

COMMAND MODULE (C/M) - APOLLO/SATURN (A/S) MISSION 204 - SPACECRAFT (S/C) 012 (FIRE) - CAPE

Workmen at the Kennedy Space Center position the nose cone for the 204LM-1, an unmanned Apollo mission that tested the Apollo Lunar Module (LM) in Earth orbit. Also known as Apollo 5, the spacecraft was launched on the fourth Saturn IBC launch vehicle. Developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) as an interim vehicle in MSFC's "building block" approach to the Saturn rocket development, the Saturn IBC utilized Saturn I technology to further develop and refine a larger booster and the Apollo spacecraft capabilities required for the manned lunar missions. n/a

Workmen at the Kennedy Space Center hoist the Saturn Lunar Module (LM) Adapter into position during assembly of the 204LM-1, an unmanned Apollo mission that tested the Apollo Lunar Module in Earth orbit. Also known as Apollo 5, the spacecraft was launched on the fourth Saturn IB launch vehicle. Developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) as an interim vehicle in MSFC's "building block" approach to the Saturn rocket development, the Saturn IB utilized Saturn I technology to further develop and refine a larger booster and the Apollo spacecraft capabilities required for the manned lunar missions. n/a

Workmen at the Kennedy Space Center position the nose cone for the 204LM-1, an unmanned Apollo mission that tested the Apollo Lunar Module (LM) in Earth orbit. Also known as Apollo 5, the spacecraft was launched on the fourth Saturn IBC launch vehicle. Developed by the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) as an interim vehicle in MSFC's "building block" approach to the Saturn rocket development, the Saturn IBC utilized Saturn I technology to further develop and refine a larger booster and the Apollo spacecraft capabilities required for the manned lunar missions. n/a

Apollo Spacecraft 020 Command Module readied for mating with Service Module

Art Concept - Apollo VIII - Command Module (CM) - Re-Entry Orientation

Astronaut John Young in Command Module Simulator during Apollo Simulation

Three astronauts inside Command Module Simulator during Apollo Simulation

View of Lunar Module Mission Simulator in bldg 5

AS07-04-1596 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Apollo Commander Walter Schirra Jr. inside Command Module

AS07-03-1514 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission image, Command Module window, glare

AS07-04-1600 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module Pilot Donn F. Eisele smiles at camera

AS07-04-1558 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Apollo Commander Walter Shirra inside Command Module

AS07-04-1597 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Lunar Module Pilot Walter Cunningham

AS07-04-1581 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module window

AS07-03-1517 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission image, Command Module window

AS07-04-1605 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Unfocused view of Command Module window and Earth

AS07-03-1515 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission image, Command Module window

AS07-04-1584 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Lunar Module Pilot, R. Walter Cunningham

AS07-04-1559 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Lunar Module Pilot Walter Cunningham inside Command Module

AS07-04-1583 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module Pilot Donn F. Eisele

AS07-04-1580 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module window

AS07-03-1516 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission image, Command Module window

AS07-03-1557 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module window

Astronaut John Young ingresses Apollo spacecraft command module in training

Apollo 9 - Prime Crew - Apollo Command Module (CM)-103 - Post-Test

APOLLO 7 - PRELAUNCH - COMMAND SERVICE MODULE (CSM)-101 SHORT STACK - KSC

Apollo 7 Mission,Lunar Module Pilot, R. Walter Cunningham

Apollo 7 Mission,Command Module Pilot Donn F. Eisele

Navy frogmen attach flotation collar to Apollo 7 command module

Apollo 9 prime crew inside Apollo command module boilerplate during training

Astronaut Walter Cunningham, Apollo 7 lunar module pilot, writes with a space pen while performing flight tasks on the ninth day of the Apollo 7 mission. A 70 mm Hasselbald camera film magazine floats just above Cunningham's right hand in the zero gravity environment of the spacecraft

Apollo 10 astronauts in space suits in front of Command Module

Apollo spacecraft Command/Service Module and Lunar Module 3 arrive at VAB

Lunar Module 4 moved for mating with Lunar Module Adapter at KSC

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - An overhead crane lifts the Saturn V first stage for the Apollo 11 mission from the transfer aisle floor in preparation for stacking on a mobile launcher within the Vehicle Assembly Building's High Bay 1. The fully assembled vehicle will be called the Apollo/Saturn 506. The 138-foot-long stage, to which two additional stages -- the instrument unit and the Apollo spacecraft -- will be added, will generate a liftoff thrust of 7.7 million pounds. Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. will pilot the mission which is to include a lunar landing in the lunar module by Armstrong and Aldrin. KSC-69PC-69

Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

Lunar Module 3 attached to Saturn V third stage

Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the Lunar Module (LM) 3 and Service Module (SM) LM Adapter

Apollo 9 Mission image - Command Module

Apollo 9 Mission image - Command Module

Apollo 9 Mission image - Top view of the Lunar Module (LM) spacecraft from the Command Module (CM)

Apollo 9 Mission image - Command Module

AS09-22-3423 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - McDivitt in Command Service module

AS09-20-3103 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Blurred dark view of interior of Command module

AS09-19-2963 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the side of the Lunar Module (LM) and antenna system

AS09-19-2964 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the Quad-Attitude engines on the Lunar Module (LM)

AS09-20-3063 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the leg on the Lunar Module

AS09-21-3182 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-20-3068 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of retro rockets on the Lunar Module

AS09-19-2980 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View down the length of the Lunar Module (LM) spacecraft

AS09-19-2983 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2962 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module antenna system

AS09-21-3181 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-21-3189 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-20-3062 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Close-up of Lunar Module

AS09-19-2977 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the Lunar Module (LM) antenna and LEG system

AS09-21-3213 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-21-3190 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-19-2960 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Service Module (SM) Lunar Module (LM) Adapter (S.L.A.) over the eastern Pacific

AS09-19-2979 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Dark view of the Lunar Module (LM) spacecraft

AS09-19-2972 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module antenna system and quad-engines

AS09-20-3067 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Close-up of Lunar Module

AS09-19-2982 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-21-3221 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-19-2920 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Top view of the Lunar Module (LM) spacecraft from the Command Module (CM)

AS09-19-2974 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module antenna system and quad-engines

AS09-19-2952 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the Lunar Module (LM) adapter section and booster

AS09-19-2909 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Top view of the Lunar Module (LM) spacecraft from the Command Module (CM)

AS09-21-3180 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-21-3179 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Lunar Module

AS09-24-3658 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Command Module

AS09-19-2941 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the Lunar Module (LM) 3 and Service Module (SM) LM Adapter

AS09-22-3422 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - McDivitt in Command Service module

AS09-19-2967 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - View through passage way from the Command Module (CM)

Astronaut James McDivitt photographed inside Command Module during Apollo 9

Astronaut Russell Schweickart photographed inside Lunar Module Apollo 9

AS09-21-3178 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Command Module

AS09-20-3104 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Slightly blurred view of interior of Command module