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Apollo 12: The NASA Mission Reports with CDROM (NASA Mission Reports)by Robert Godwin
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The voyage of Apollo 12, documented in these original reports, had high goals in mind—making a start on real lunar science.
The real test for the crew of Apollo 12 was not to see if they could get to the moon, but to see if they could get to an exact place on the moon. Their target was an area known as the Ocean Of Storms. The flight of Apollo 12, which began almost catastrophically when the huge Saturn V was struck by lightning just moments after lift off, went on to yield an enormous amount of valuable data collected during over seven and a half hours on the lunar surface. Some of the rare official documentation of the voyage of Apollo 12 is collected and made commercially available for the first time.
On the 14th November 1969, the crew of Apollo 12 blasted off to their place in history - on a mission that was to yield an enormous amount of valuable data collected during the seven-and-a-half hours on the lunar surface. This book and CDROM has been compiled from the NASA archives.
System requirements: Windows 95, Pentium 90, 4x CDROM drive. Recommended: Web browser, Internet access.
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