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Rendezvous Docking Simulator, NASA Gemini program

Rendezvous Docking Simulator, NASA Gemini program

(February 7, 1964) Multiple exposure of Rendezvous Docking Simulator. The Gemini spacecraft was supported in a gimbal system by an overhead crane and gantry arrangement which provided 6 degrees of freedom - rol... More

[ Danny Kaye in the cockpit of a flight simulator at Flight Safety's LaGuardia center]

[ Danny Kaye in the cockpit of a flight simulator at Flight Safety's L...

Courtesy of Flight Safety International (Copyright Notice)

F6 Karlsborg 1943. Flottiljens Link-Trainer (nuvarande flygsimulator). Påverkades vid roderrörelser som ett riktigt flygplan. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

F6 Karlsborg 1943. Flottiljens Link-Trainer (nuvarande flygsimulator)....

F6 Karlsborg 1943. Flottiljens Link-Trainer (nuvarande flygsimulator). Påverkades vid roderrörelser som ett riktigt flygplan. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över... More

Earthquake - Northridge, Calif. , Oct. 20, 2011 -- FEMA Region IX Earthquake Specialist, Jennifer Lynette, in front of an earthquake simulator truck at the Great California ShakeOut media event at Target. The ShakeOut drill and press event participants included FEMA, CalEMA, LA City Council Members, USGS, SCEC, ECA, Mexican delegation, Japanese delegation, Target, and the general public.

Earthquake - Northridge, Calif. , Oct. 20, 2011 -- FEMA Region IX Eart...

The original database describes this as: Title: ShakeOut Media Event at Target Production Date: 10/20/2011 Caption: Northridge, Calif. , Oct. 20, 2011 -- FEMA Region IX Earthquake Specialist, Jennifer Lynett... More

Richard Day conducts an early flight simulation, a roll coupling experiment

Richard Day conducts an early flight simulation, a roll coupling exper...

Description: Richard E. Day, an engineer in the Dynamic Stability and Analysis Branch at the NACA High-Speed Flight Station (HSFS). Dick had been designated the HSFS program engineer for the Bell X-2 aircraft a... More

Eldledn.det simulator

Eldledn.det simulator

Eldledn.det simulator

Dr A J Eggers, Jr. at small scale Entry Simulator ARC-1958-A-23796

Dr A J Eggers, Jr. at small scale Entry Simulator ARC-1958-A-23796

Dr A J Eggers, Jr. at small scale Entry Simulator

Atmosphere entry simulator ARC-1969-A-24013
Atmospheric Entry Simulator at Ames

Atmospheric Entry Simulator at Ames

(1959) The Atmospheric Entry Simulator at NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California. Visible in the foreground is a large tank containing air under high pressure. In the middle ground directly behi... More

3/4 rear view with pilot Merriweather - 60 degrees bank angle. NE-2 degree of freedom simulator set-up for pitch and roll motion. ARC-1960-A-26446

3/4 rear view with pilot Merriweather - 60 degrees bank angle. NE-2 de...

3/4 rear view with pilot Merriweather - 60 degrees bank angle. NE-2 degree of freedom simulator set-up for pitch and roll motion.

3 degree simulator with engineer John Dusterberry ARC-1960-A-27290

3 degree simulator with engineer John Dusterberry ARC-1960-A-27290

3 degree simulator with engineer John Dusterberry

Apollo - LOLA project, NASA Apollo program

Apollo - LOLA project, NASA Apollo program

Description: (December 5, 1961) Project LOLA. Test subject sitting at the controls: Project LOLA or Lunar Orbit and Landing Approach was a simulator built at Langley to study problems related to landing on the ... More

Ames 5 Degrees-of-Motion Simulator

Ames 5 Degrees-of-Motion Simulator

(June 6, 1962) The NASA Ames 5 degrees-of-freedom motion simulator. This simulator incorporated a centrifuge with a 30 foot spin radius. The simulated cockpit located within the hooded cab at the end of the cen... More

5 Degree Freedom of Motion Simulator with R. Gerdes (delayed exposure using lights to show motion) ARC-1962-A-28968

5 Degree Freedom of Motion Simulator with R. Gerdes (delayed exposure ...

5 Degree Freedom of Motion Simulator with R. Gerdes (delayed exposure using lights to show motion)

M-2 Lifting Body being tested in Ames atmospheric entry simulator to determine the areas of most intense heat. ARC-1962-A-29258

M-2 Lifting Body being tested in Ames atmospheric entry simulator to d...

M-2 Lifting Body being tested in Ames atmospheric entry simulator to determine the areas of most intense heat.

Ames 5 degrees-of-freedom motion simulator: This simulator incorporated a centrifuge of 30ft radius. The simulatored cockpit, located intn a hooded cab at the end of the centrifuge arm, was driven by motors, as required by the simulation, about each of its three axes (itch, roll, and yaw). The cab was also driven through a limited range of motion along the vertical axis and of course was driven by the centrifuge arm along a curved path of fixed radius in the horizontal plane. Thus the motions that could be simulated i the cab were three angular motions, one translational motion, and a curvilinear combination of the remaining two translational motions. The curvilinear motions, and associated accelerations, were, of course, fairly representative of airplane flight. The simulator was placed in operation early in 1961.   ref: Adventures in Research (pg 341/341) NASA SP-4302 ARC-1962-A-29323

Ames 5 degrees-of-freedom motion simulator: This simulator incorporate...

Ames 5 degrees-of-freedom motion simulator: This simulator incorporated a centrifuge of 30ft radius. The simulatored cockpit, located intn a hooded cab at the end of the centrifuge arm, was driven by motors, as... More

Apollo interium midcourse flight simulator Brent Creer, Chief of the Ames manned spacecraft simulation branch, developed the Apollo mid-course navigation and guidance simulator. ARC-1962-A-29724-2

Apollo interium midcourse flight simulator Brent Creer, Chief of the A...

Apollo interium midcourse flight simulator Brent Creer, Chief of the Ames manned spacecraft simulation branch, developed the Apollo mid-course navigation and guidance simulator.

Apollo navigation simulator, used to test concepts for midcourse correction on the voyage to and from the Moon. ARC-1962-A-29724-3

Apollo navigation simulator, used to test concepts for midcourse corre...

Apollo navigation simulator, used to test concepts for midcourse correction on the voyage to and from the Moon.

Height Control Simulator (HICONTA) with Pilot Gordon Hardy in cab ARC-1969-A-30433

Height Control Simulator (HICONTA) with Pilot Gordon Hardy in cab ARC-...

Height Control Simulator (HICONTA) with Pilot Gordon Hardy in cab

Apollo Capsule simulator ARC-1963-A-30700
Apollo Capsule simulator ARC-1963-A-30703
Apollo Capsule simulator ARC-1963-A-30704
Apollo Capsule simulator ARC-1963-A-30701
Apollo Capsule simulator - navigation guidance system ARC-1963-A-30702

Apollo Capsule simulator - navigation guidance system ARC-1963-A-30702

Apollo Capsule simulator - navigation guidance system

Dr H. 'Chuck' Klein (l) with Dr R. Young  looking into the Mars box (simulator), which simulated the environment of Mars for the preparation of life sciences experiments for the Viking lander. ARC-1963-A-31494

Dr H. 'Chuck' Klein (l) with Dr R. Young looking into the Mars box (s...

Dr H. 'Chuck' Klein (l) with Dr R. Young looking into the Mars box (simulator), which simulated the environment of Mars for the preparation of life sciences experiments for the Viking lander.

5 Degree of Freedom  - Manned Flight Simulator ARC-1963-AC-31542

5 Degree of Freedom - Manned Flight Simulator ARC-1963-AC-31542

5 Degree of Freedom - Manned Flight Simulator

Construction of Model 1 used in the LOLA simulator

Construction of Model 1 used in the LOLA simulator

Description: Construction of Model 1 used in the LOLA simulator. This was a twenty-foot sphere which simulated for the astronauts what the surface of the moon would look like from 200 miles up. Project LOLA or ... More

Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in Flight

Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in Flight

(1964) This 1964 NASA Flight Reserch Center photograph shows the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) Number 1 in flight at the South Base of Edwards Air Force Base. When Apollo planning was underway in 1960, ... More

Astronauts Grissom and Young in Gemini Mission Simulator

Astronauts Grissom and Young in Gemini Mission Simulator

S64-25295 (March 1964) --- Astronauts Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom (right) and John W. Young, prime crew for the first manned Gemini mission (GT-3), are shown inside a Gemini mission simulator at McDonnell Aircraft ... More

ASTRONAUTS Young and   Grissom - TRAINING - SIMULATOR - CAPE

ASTRONAUTS Young and Grissom - TRAINING - SIMULATOR - CAPE

S64-40294 (19 Nov. 1964) --- Astronauts Virgil I. Grissom (center) and John W. Young (left), prime crew for the Gemini-Titan 3 mission, are shown inspecting the inside of Gemini spacecraft at the Mission Contro... More

Photograph of a NASA Technician Emerging from a New Space Environment Simulator

Photograph of a NASA Technician Emerging from a New Space Environment ...

Original caption: GREENBELT, MD. - What might look like a knight in shining armor guarding his castle is actually a NASA technician emerging from a new Space Environment Simulator at NASA's Goddard Space Flight... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-III BACKUP CREW - SIMULATOR - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-III BACKUP CREW - SIMULATOR - CAPE

S65-13920 (15 Jan. 1965) --- The Gemini-6 prime crew, astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. (left), command pilot, and Thomas P. Stafford, pilot, are pictured in the Gemini simulator during training exercises at the... More

Apollo Project, NASA Apollo program

Apollo Project, NASA Apollo program

Description: Special "space" suit for the Reduced Gravity Walking Simulator located at the Lunar Landing Facility. The purpose of this simulator was to study the subject while walking, jumping or running. Resea... More

GEMINI TESTING - SPACECRAFT 3 - SIMULATOR - BORESIGHT RANGE TEST - CAPE

GEMINI TESTING - SPACECRAFT 3 - SIMULATOR - BORESIGHT RANGE TEST - CAP...

S65-13395 (6 Jan. 1965) --- Gemini-3 spacecraft (final configuation) during test at Boresight Range, Merritt Island launch area.

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-III BACKUP CREW - TRAINING SIMULATOR  - CAPE

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-III BACKUP CREW - TRAINING SIMULATOR - CAPE

S65-13921 (1965) --- Overhead view of astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr. (foreground), backup command pilot, and Thomas P. Stafford, backup pilot, as they prepare to run Gemini-Titan 3 simulations in the Gemini m... More

GEMINI TESTING - SPACECRAFT 3 - SIMULATOR - BORESIGHT RANGE TEST - CAPE

GEMINI TESTING - SPACECRAFT 3 - SIMULATOR - BORESIGHT RANGE TEST - CAP...

S65-13394 (6 Jan. 1965) --- Gemini-3 spacecraft (background) on tower at Boresight Range, Merritt Island launch area, showing simulator in foreground.

ASTRONAUT WALTER M. SCHIRRA, JR. - TRAINING - (SIMULATOR)

ASTRONAUT WALTER M. SCHIRRA, JR. - TRAINING - (SIMULATOR)

S65-13919 (15 Jan. 1965) --- Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr., command pilot of the Gemini-6 prime crew, is pictured in the cockpit of the Gemini simulator at the Mission Control Center at Cape Kennedy, Florida.... More

ASTRONAUT JAMES A. MCDIVITT - TRAINING - SIMULATOR

ASTRONAUT JAMES A. MCDIVITT - TRAINING - SIMULATOR

S65-19472 (10 May 1965) --- Astronaut James A. McDivitt is shown in the gondola of a realistic manned spaceflight simulator developed by the Astronautics Division of Ling-Temco-Vought in Dallas, Texas.

SIMULATOR - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 - TEST - CAPE

SIMULATOR - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 - TEST - CAPE

S65-19576 (21 May 1965) --- Astronaut Edward H. White II, pilot of the Gemini-Titan 4 prime crew, goes through a wet mock simulation exercise as part of the checkout procedure for the Gemini-4 spaceflight. The ... More

SIMULATOR - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 - TEST - CAPE

SIMULATOR - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 - TEST - CAPE

S65-19578 (21 May 1965) --- The Gemini-Titan 4 prime crew, astronauts Edward H. White II (left), pilot, and James A. McDivitt, command pilot, check out the Gemini-4 spacecraft during a wet mock simulation test ... More

6 degree V/STOL Control Systems Research All Axes, Simulator (simulator pilot: Richard K Greif) at the Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA  Note:  Used in publication in Flight Research at Ames;  57 Years of Development and Validation of Aeronautical Technology NASA SP-1998-3300 fig. 113 ARC-1965-AC-36014

6 degree V/STOL Control Systems Research All Axes, Simulator (simulato...

6 degree V/STOL Control Systems Research All Axes, Simulator (simulator pilot: Richard K Greif) at the Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Note: Used in publication in Flight Research at Ames; 57 Years o... More

Beam position electrode simulator. Photograph taken April 18, 1966. Bevatron-4037 – Photographer: George Kagawa

Beam position electrode simulator. Photograph taken April 18, 1966. Be...

Digital Preservation File Name and Format: 434-LB-6-XBD201307-03319.TIF Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-9- TRAINING - AEROSPACE FLIGHT SIMULATOR - PILOT - TX

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-9- TRAINING - AEROSPACE FLIGHT SIMULATOR - PILOT - T...

S66-27990 (March 1966) --- Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, pilot for the Gemini-9 spaceflight, works out procedures for his historic space excursion in a unique manned Aerospace Flight Simulator at LTV Corp. at Dal... More

Artificial Hip Simulator with Crystal Models

Artificial Hip Simulator with Crystal Models

Robert Johnson, top, sets the lubricant flow while Donald Buckley adjusts the bearing specimen on an artificial hip simulator at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Lewis Research Center. T... More

Astronaut Michael Collins poses in front of Gemini Mission Simulator

Astronaut Michael Collins poses in front of Gemini Mission Simulator

S66-32698 (17 June 1966) --- Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan discusses his Gemini-9A extravehicular activity before a gathering of news media representatives in the MSC auditorium. In the background is an Astronaut ... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-12 - TRAINING (PRIOR) - MISSION SIMULATOR

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-12 - TRAINING (PRIOR) - MISSION SIMULATOR

S66-45579 (6 Sept. 1966) --- Astronaut James A. Lovell Jr. (right), prime crew command pilot of the Gemini-12 spaceflight, talks with Burton M. Gifford (left) and Duane K. Mosel (center), both with the Simulati... More

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-12 - TRAINING (PRIOR) - MISSION SIMULATOR - MSC

GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-12 - TRAINING (PRIOR) - MISSION SIMULATOR - MSC

S66-45578 (6 Sept. 1966) --- Astronaut James A. Lovell Jr., prime crew command pilot for the Gemini-12 spaceflight, is pictured in Building 5, Mission Simulation and Training Facility, prior to entering the Gem... More

ASTRONAUT LOVELL, JAMES, JR. - PRE-ENTRY - GEMINI MISSION SIMULATOR - MSC

ASTRONAUT LOVELL, JAMES, JR. - PRE-ENTRY - GEMINI MISSION SIMULATOR - ...

S66-45580 (6 Sept. 1966) --- Astronaut James A. Lovell Jr., prime crew command pilot of the Gemini-12 spaceflight, prepares to enter the Gemini Mission Simulator in Building 5 for flight training. Photo credit: NASA

Gemini 11 prime and back-up crews at Gemini Mission Simulator at Cape Kennedy

Gemini 11 prime and back-up crews at Gemini Mission Simulator at Cape ...

S66-50769 (8 Sept. 1966) --- Gemini-11 prime and backup crews are pictured at the Gemini Mission Simulator at Cape Kennedy, Florida. Left to right are astronauts William A. Anders, backup crew pilot; Richard F.... More

BLDG. 5 - INTERIOR (LM MISSION SIMULATOR)

BLDG. 5 - INTERIOR (LM MISSION SIMULATOR)

S67-15794 (1967) --- Overall interior view of the Lunar Module Mission Simulator, in the Mission Simulation and Training Facility, Building 5, MSC, Houston. Photo credit: NASA

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

BLDG. 5 - INTERIOR (LM MISSION SIMULATOR)

BLDG. 5 - INTERIOR (LM MISSION SIMULATOR)

S67-15795 (1967) --- Overall view of the Lunar Module Mission Simulator, Bldg. 5, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. Photo credit: NASA

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

Bil special, Barnsäte bil 12 oktober 1967

The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) played a crucial role in the development of the huge Saturn rockets that delivered humans to the moon in the 1960s.  Many unique facilities existed at MSFC for the development and testing of the Saturn rockets.  Affectionately nicknamed “The Arm Farm”, the Random Motion/ Lift-Off Simulator was one of those unique facilities. This facility was developed to test the swing arm mechanisms that were used to hold the rocket in position until liftoff. The Arm Farm provided the capability of testing the detachment and reconnection of various arms under brutally realistic conditions.  The 18-acre facility consisted of more than a half dozen arm test positions and one position for testing access arms used by the Apollo astronauts. Each test position had two elements: a vehicle simulator for duplicating motions during countdown and launch; and a section duplicating the launch tower. The vehicle simulator duplicated the portion of the vehicle skin that contained the umbilical connections and personnel access hatches. Driven by a hydraulic servo system, the vehicle simulator produced relative motion between the vehicle and tower. On the Arm Farm, extreme environmental conditions (such as a launch scrub during an approaching Florida thunderstorm) could be simulated. The dramatic scenes that the Marshall engineers and technicians created at the Arm Farm permitted the gathering of crucial technical and engineering data to ensure a successful real time launch from the Kennedy Space Center. This photo depicts a close up of the S-IV-B aft swing arm cam lever stop strain guage. n/a

The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) played a crucial role in the d...

The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) played a crucial role in the development of the huge Saturn rockets that delivered humans to the moon in the 1960s. Many unique facilities existed at MSFC for the develo... More

Astronaut Frank Borman during training exercise in Apollo Mission simulator

Astronaut Frank Borman during training exercise in Apollo Mission simu...

S67-50590 (1867) --- Astronaut Frank Borman, assigned duty as commander of the Apollo 8 mission, participates in a training exercise in the Apollo Mission simulator in the Mission Simulation and training Facili... More

Dual exposure view of exterior and interior of  Apollo Mission simulator

Dual exposure view of exterior and interior of Apollo Mission simulat...

S67-50585 (1967) --- This is an intentional double exposure showing the Apollo Mission Simulator in the Mission Simulation and Training Facility, Building 5 at the Manned Spacecraft Center. In the exterior view... More

Neutral Buoyancy Simulator

Neutral Buoyancy Simulator

An astronaut wearing a pressurized space suit performed a work task while suspended in a “zero-gravity” simulator known as the Neutral Buoyancy Simulator (NBS) at Marshall Space Flight Center. This particular t... More

Lunar Landing Research Facility

Lunar Landing Research Facility

(August 1, 1968) A NASA Langley researcher "moon walks" under the Lunar Landing Research Facility's gantry...Image # : L-1968-08461

Three astronauts inside Command Module Simulator during Apollo Simulation

Three astronauts inside Command Module Simulator during Apollo Simulat...

S68-15952 (15 Jan. 1968) --- Three astronauts inside the Command Module Simulator in Building 5 during an Apollo Simulation. Left to right, are astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command m... More

Astronaut John Young in Command Module Simulator during Apollo Simulation

Astronaut John Young in Command Module Simulator during Apollo Simulat...

S68-15979 (15 Jan. 1968) --- Astronaut John W. Young, command module pilot, inside the Command Module Simulator in Building 5 during an Apollo Simulation. Out of view are astronaut Thomas P. Stafford (on the le... More

View of Lunar Module Mission Simulator in bldg 5

View of Lunar Module Mission Simulator in bldg 5

Overall view of the Lunar Module Mission Simulator, an astronaut training facility located in bldg 5.

Moonbuggy - Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - Saturn Apollo Program

Moonbuggy - Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - Saturn Apollo Program

This in an aerial view (looking east) of a Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), often referred to as “Moonbuggy”, simulator area built at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) where testing was performed. The LRV was ... More

Apollo 8 Crew - KSC Simulator - Space Suits - KSC

Apollo 8 Crew - KSC Simulator - Space Suits - KSC

S68-50265 (13 Nov. 1968) --- These three astronauts are the prime crew of the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission. Left to right, are James A. Lovell Jr., command module pilot; William A. Anders, lunar module pilot; a... More

Astronaut Russell Schweickart inside simulator for EVA training

Astronaut Russell Schweickart inside simulator for EVA training

S68-55391 (11 Dec. 1968) --- Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot of the Apollo 9 (Spacecraft 104/Lunar Module 3/Saturn 504) space mission, is seen inside Chamber "A," Space Environment Simulati... More

Height-Control Test Apparatus (HICONTA) Simulator mounted to the exterior of the 40x80ft W.T.  Building N-221B and provided extensive vertical motion simulating airplanes, helicopter and V/STOL aircraft ARC-1969-AC-42137

Height-Control Test Apparatus (HICONTA) Simulator mounted to the exter...

Height-Control Test Apparatus (HICONTA) Simulator mounted to the exterior of the 40x80ft W.T. Building N-221B and provided extensive vertical motion simulating airplanes, helicopter and V/STOL aircraft

 Crew Training - Apollo 9 - KSC

Crew Training - Apollo 9 - KSC

S69-19983 (17 Feb. 1969) --- The Apollo 9 crew is shown suited up for a simulated flight in the Apollo Mission Simulator at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). Left to right are astronauts James A. McDivitt, comman... More

Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - Saturn Apollo Program

Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - Saturn Apollo Program

This in an aerial view (looking north) of a Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), often referrd to as “Moonbuggy”, simulator area built at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) where tesing was performed. The LRV was d... More

Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - Saturn Apollo Program

Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - Saturn Apollo Program

This in an aerial view (looking west) of a Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), often referred to as “Moonbuggy”, simulator area built at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) where tesing was performed. The LRV was ... More

Crew Training - Apollo X (Apollo Mission Simulator [AMS]) - KSC

Crew Training - Apollo X (Apollo Mission Simulator [AMS]) - KSC

S69-32788 (3 April 1969) --- Astronaut John W. Young, Apollo 10 prime crew command module pilot, participates in simulation activity in the Apollo Mission Simulator at the Kennedy Space Center during preparatio... More

Crew Training - Apollo X (Apollo Mission Simulator [AMS])

Crew Training - Apollo X (Apollo Mission Simulator [AMS])

S69-32787 (3 April 1969) --- Two members of the Apollo 10 prime crew participate in simulation activity at the Kennedy Space Center during preparations for their scheduled lunar orbit mission. Astronaut Thomas ... More

CREW TRAINING - APOLLO X (APOLLO MISSION SIMULATOR [AMS]) - KSC

CREW TRAINING - APOLLO X (APOLLO MISSION SIMULATOR [AMS]) - KSC

S69-32789 (3 April 1969) --- Astronaut John W. Young, Apollo 10 prime crew command module pilot, participates in simulation activity in the Apollo Mission Simulator at the Kennedy Space Center during preparatio... More

Apollo X Crewmembers - Simulator - Cape

Apollo X Crewmembers - Simulator - Cape

S69-32615 (April 1969) --- Two members of the Apollo 10 prime crew participate in simulation activity at the Kennedy Space Center during preparations for their scheduled lunar orbit mission. Astronaut Thomas P.... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong is going through flight training in the lunar module simulator situated in the Flight Crew Training Building at KSC.  Armstrong wil pilot the lunar module to a Moon landing on July 20, following launch from KSC at 9:32 a.m. July 16. KSC69PC-318

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong is go...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong is going through flight training in the lunar module simulator situated in the Flight Crew Training Building at KSC. Armstrong wil pilot the lun... More

Flight Simulator forAdvanced Aircraft (FSAA) S.10 after painting (IC position from last end) ARC-1969-AC-42635-1

Flight Simulator forAdvanced Aircraft (FSAA) S.10 after painting (IC p...

Flight Simulator forAdvanced Aircraft (FSAA) S.10 after painting (IC position from last end)

Flight Simulator for Advanced Aircraft (FSAA) S.10  (Inside: Cab Pilot and Monitor - R S. Bray and G.R. Holden) ARC-1969-AC-42635-7

Flight Simulator for Advanced Aircraft (FSAA) S.10 (Inside: Cab Pilot...

Flight Simulator for Advanced Aircraft (FSAA) S.10 (Inside: Cab Pilot and Monitor - R S. Bray and G.R. Holden)

Apollo 12 crewmembers shown in Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator

Apollo 12 crewmembers shown in Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator

S69-56699 (22 Oct. 1969) --- Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr. (left), Apollo 12 commander; and Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, are shown in the Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator during simulator training at ... More

Apollo 12 crewmembers shown in Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator

Apollo 12 crewmembers shown in Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator

S69-56700 (22 Oct. 1969) --- A fish-eye lens view of astronauts Charles Conrad Jr. (on left), Apollo 12 commander, and Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, inside the Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator during s... More

Lunar Roving Vehicle Simulator by Itself

Lunar Roving Vehicle Simulator by Itself

308 Grover Scheduling [2/3]

Policeman and Government Official Examining the Lunar Roving Vehicle Simulator Used for Apollo 15 Training
Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-1970-AC70-1104

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-197...

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator.

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-1970-AC70-1105

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-197...

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator.

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-1970-AC70-1103

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-197...

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator.

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-1970-AC70-1107

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator. ARC-197...

Redifon Model System of Visual Flight Attachment #2 Simulator.

Fish-eye lens view Astronauts Shepard and Mitchell in Lunar Module Simulator

Fish-eye lens view Astronauts Shepard and Mitchell in Lunar Module Sim...

S70-45555 (July 1970) --- A fish-eye lens view showing astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr. (foreground) and Edgar D. Mitchell in the Apollo lunar module mission simulator at the Kennedy Space Center during preflight... More

Apollo 15 crewmen riding lunar roving vehicle simulator during geology trip

Apollo 15 crewmen riding lunar roving vehicle simulator during geology...

S70-53300 (2-3 Nov. 1970) --- Two Apollo 15 crew members, riding a Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) simulator, participate in geology training at the Cinder Lake crater field in Arizona. Astronaut David R. Scott, Apo... More

SSV COCKPIT IN THE MOVING-CAB TRANSPORT SIMULATOR (S.16) SHOWING VISUAL SCENE ARC-1970-AC70-5442

SSV COCKPIT IN THE MOVING-CAB TRANSPORT SIMULATOR (S.16) SHOWING VISUA...

SSV COCKPIT IN THE MOVING-CAB TRANSPORT SIMULATOR (S.16) SHOWING VISUAL SCENE

PILOT KENNETH C. WHITE IN CHAIR.  Space Shuttle Vehicle Simulation. SSV COCKPIT IN THE MOVING-CAB TRANSPORT SIMULATOR (S.16) ARC-1970-AC70-5441

PILOT KENNETH C. WHITE IN CHAIR. Space Shuttle Vehicle Simulation. SS...

PILOT KENNETH C. WHITE IN CHAIR. Space Shuttle Vehicle Simulation. SSV COCKPIT IN THE MOVING-CAB TRANSPORT SIMULATOR (S.16)

Apollo 15 Astronauts Conducting a Training Exercise with the Lunar Roving Vehicle Simulator

Apollo 15 Astronauts Conducting a Training Exercise with the Lunar Rov...

This item is a contact sheet with multiple still frames of Apollo 15 astronauts conducting a training exercise with the Lunar Roving Vehicle Simulator - also known as "Grover" in Arizona in 1971. 308 Grover Sc... More

Lunar Roving Vehicle Simulator, Grover, the Rover, in an Outdoor Scene
Visual Flgiht Attachment 2 (REDIFON) is a terrain model that is video-coupled with a simulator cockpit  to integrate the pilot with the machine for actual STOL operations of the future N-210 Flight Simulation Laboratory ARC-1971-AC71-3921

Visual Flgiht Attachment 2 (REDIFON) is a terrain model that is video-...

Visual Flgiht Attachment 2 (REDIFON) is a terrain model that is video-coupled with a simulator cockpit to integrate the pilot with the machine for actual STOL operations of the future N-210 Flight Simulation Laboratory

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission simulations and is adaptable to two configurations.  Configuration 1: The cab will accommodate a three-man crew for space mission research. The accelerations and rates are intended to be smoothly applicable at very low value so the navigation and guidance procedures using a high-accuracy, out-the window display may be simulated.  Configuration 2: The simulator can use a one-man cab for human tolerance studies and performance testing. Atmosphere and tempertaure can be varied as stress inducements.  This simlator is operated closed-loop with digital or analog computation. It is currently man-rated for 3.5g maximum. ARC-1971-AC71-6486

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission s...

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission simulations and is adaptable to two configurations. Configuration 1: The cab will accommodate a three-man crew for space mission research. T... More

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission simulations and is adaptable to two configurations.  Configuration 1: The cab will accommodate a three-man crew for space mission research. The accelerations and rates are intended to be smoothly applicable at very low value so the navigation and guidance procedures using a high-accuracy, out-the window display may be simulated.  Configuration 2: The simulator can use a one-man cab for human tolerance studies and performance testing. Atmosphere and tempertaure can be varied as stress inducements.  This simlator is operated closed-loop with digital or analog computation. It is currently man-rated for 3.5g maximum. ARC-1971-AC71-6488

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission s...

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission simulations and is adaptable to two configurations. Configuration 1: The cab will accommodate a three-man crew for space mission research. T... More

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission simulations and is adaptable to two configurations.  Configuration 1: The cab will accommodate a three-man crew for space mission research. The accelerations and rates are intended to be smoothly applicable at very low value so the navigation and guidance procedures using a high-accuracy, out-the window display may be simulated.  Configuration 2: The simulator can use a one-man cab for human tolerance studies and performance testing. Atmosphere and tempertaure can be varied as stress inducements.  This simlator is operated closed-loop with digital or analog computation. It is currently man-rated for 3.5g maximum. ARC-1971-AC71-6490

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission s...

N-243 Flight and Guidance Centrifuge: Is used for spacecraft mission simulations and is adaptable to two configurations. Configuration 1: The cab will accommodate a three-man crew for space mission research. T... More

Around Marshall. NASA Skylab space station

Around Marshall. NASA Skylab space station

This is a cutaway illustration of the Neutral Buoyancy Simulator (NBS) at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC ). The MSFC NBS provided an excellent environment for testing hardware to examine how it would op... More

Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17 Standing by the Lunar Rover Vehicle Simulator

Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17 Standing by the Lunar ...

406-01 Astronaut Training - Apollo 17 - Lunar Crater, NV

Apollo 16 astronauts in Apollo Command Module Mission Simulator

Apollo 16 astronauts in Apollo Command Module Mission Simulator

S72-31047 (March 1972) --- Astronaut Thomas K. Mattingly II (right foreground), command module pilot of the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission, participates in extravehicular activity (EVA) training in Building 5 ... More

STOLAND Simulator N-210 - fixed base cab ARC-1972-AC72-5486

STOLAND Simulator N-210 - fixed base cab ARC-1972-AC72-5486

STOLAND Simulator N-210 - fixed base cab

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