apollo applications program

  1. Graham1973

    NASA - Large Space Telescope (1972)

    This is one of the steps on the road to the Hubble Space Telescope. At this point in the process the telescope contains a lot of Apollo legacy hardware and was designed so that the shuttle could be docked with it to allow maintenance and instrument swap-outs to take place in a shirtsleeve...
  2. Johnbr

    Manned Venus Flyby: Apollo’s Hail Mary Pass

    Found this here. http://falsesteps.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/manned-venus-flyby/
  3. Triton

    AAP Manned Single-Launch Venus Fly-by Mission (1967)

    Preliminary Mission Study of a Single-Launch Manned Venus Flyby with Extended Apollo Hardware, MSC Internal Note No. 67-FM-25, Jack Funk and James J. Taylor, Advanced Mission Design Branch, Mission Planning and Analysis Division, NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, February 13, 1967...
  4. Triton

    Apollo Orbiting Primate Spacecraft (AAP)

    NASA's long term mission plans involved space-voyages lasting for several years. While Apollo would provide some information on the effect of weightlessness on the human body over short periods of time, the full effects of longer periods was considered an especial concern. To study the effects...
  5. Triton

    Apollo LM-derived projects

    Apollo Telescope Mount 01, "Stellar ATM" (Space World magazine, June 1972 (vol I-6-102), "Lunar Module Derivatives for Future Space Missions," pp.58) Apollo Telescope Mount 02 (Kenneth Gatland, "The Pocket Encyclopedia of Spaceflight in Color: Manned Spacecraft," 1967, p.230) Apollo...
  6. Triton

    Large space structure experiments for Apollo Applications Program (AAP)

    In 1966 NASA asked the Convair Division of General Dynamic to research the use of Apollo systems to test out large scale space construction projects. This research generated a report that consists of five volumes. Large space structure experiments for AAP. Volume 1 - Summary Final report, 15...
  7. M

    Project Able ( Apollo + Sun Mirror )

    Hi everybody A sun-mirror to light up a battlefield ! http://www.orbiterwiki.org/wiki/Project_Apollo_for_Orbiter http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19790076663_1979076663.pdf http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19790076664_1979076664.pdf Many greetings