Lot 45: Apollo missions.  Assorted vintage publications and NASA ephemera

Lot 45: Apollo missions. Assorted vintage publications and NASA ephemera

Lot 45: Apollo missions. Assorted vintage publications and NASA ephemera

Lot 45: Apollo missions. Assorted vintage publications and NASA ephemera
Est. £200-250

A group of reference and educational publications, brochures, press releases, pamphlets and other items related to Apollo missions. For those interested in reading about various aspects of the missions, as reported at the time of the missions.

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Includes:

  1. Project: Apollo 4 (to be launched no earlier than Nov 7). NASA Press Kit. Release No: 76-275. For release Thursday AM November 2, 1967. 65 pages. Staple bound in top corner.
  2. Code-Name: Spider. Flight of Apollo 9. NASA EP 68. 16 pages. Soft cover, staple bound, colour illustrations.
  3. Apollo 11. Mission Report. MR-5. NASA, U.S. Government Printing Office, 8 pages, staple bound.
  4. Preliminary Examination of Lunar Samples from Apollo 11. Reprinted from 19 September 1969, vol 165, pages 1211-1227. 18 pages, soft covers.
  5. Apollo 12. Mission Report. MR-8. NASA, U.S. Government Printing Office, 14 pages staple bound.
  6. Apollo 12. A New Vista for Lunar Science. NASA Office of Public Affairs.20 pages. Staple bound, soft covers, colour illustrations.
  7. Scientific Results from Apollo 11 and 12. Marshall Space Flight Centre. 8 pages, staple bound.
  8. A group of typed and staple bound material related to U.S. Information Service features U-3/70-F-50, by Walter Froehlich, including: The Meaning of Apollo 12: Moon Travel Emerges from Research Phase to Achievement Stage; Apollo 13 to Become World's 38th Manned Space Flight; Spectacular Experiment in Space: Manmade Moonquakes Promise Answers to Lunar Mystery; Two New Scientific Instruments to be Installed on Moon; New Directions in Space Exploration: The Current Status of the U.S. Space Program; New Device Allows Astronauts to Sip Water on Moon; Apollo 13 Commander Livell Holds Several Space 'Firsts'; New Way to Land on Moon; Where Apollo 13 Astronauts Will Live on Moon; Biographical Summaries; What Lovell and Haise will be Doing in Lunar Surface: Step-by-Step with Apollo 13 Astronauts on the Moon.
  9. Apollo 13. A Successful Failure. Mission Report. MR-7. NASA, U.S. Government Printing Office, 20th May 1970, 8 pages staple bound.
  10. Apollo 13: 'Houston, we have got a problem'. NASA EP -76. Produced by the Office of Public Affairs, NASA. 26 pages, soft covers, staple bound, colour illustrations.
  11. A group of typed and staple bound material related to U.S. Information Service features U-3/69-F-449, by Walter Froehlich, including: Apollo 12: A Scientific Business Trip to the Moon; Cist planned to an Unmanned Spacecraft: Astronauts May See Robot in Strange Meeting on Moon; Lunar Scientific Exploration: Astronauts to Generate Moonquake in Spectacular Experiment; Times of Key Events in Apollo 12 Landing Flight (tentative); Apollo 12 Crew; Where to Find Apollo 12 on Moon; Alternate Launch Schedule Would Cause Change in Moon Landing Site; Apollo 12 is World's 37th Manned Space Flight; Apollo 12 to Become Third Longest Manned Space Flight.
  12. Apollo 14. Flight to Fra Mauro. NASA Facts. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center. Public Affairs Office. 4 pages.
  13. Apollo 14: Science at Fra Mauro. Walter Froehlich. EP-91. Produced by the Office of Public Affairs, NASA. 48 pages. Soft covers, staple bound.
  14. Apollo 14. Another Gian Leap. NASA brochure, 12 pages, 21.5 x 27.5 cm (8 ½ x 11 inches), apparently intended for the Apollo team members. Describes the characteristics of the mission, its vehicle and the crew.
  15. Apollo 15. Mission Report MR-10. NASA, U.S. Government Printing Office, 9 pages.
  16. Apollo 15. To the Mountains on the Moon. NASA facts. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center. Public Affairs Office. 4 pages.
  17. On the Moon with Apollo 15. A Guidebook to Hadley Rille and the Apennine Mountains. Gene Simmons. NASA. For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing office. June 1971. 46 pages. Staple bound, soft covers.
  18. A group of typed and staple bound material related to U.S. Information Service features U-3/71-F-112, by Walter Froehlich, including: Scientific Experiments: Search for Knowledge will Dominate Apollo-15 Activities. (5 parts); Mission Director's Summary Reports, Apollo 15); The Voyage of Apollo 15. Expanding Man's Ability to Explore the Moon; Times of Key Events in Apollo 15 Moon Landing Flight (tentative); History's First 'Moon Drive'. The Auto Age is About to Begin in Space; Where Apollo 15 Will Land on the Moon; Apollo 15 Crew; Apollo 15 Will Make Television History; Apollo 15 TV Schedule (tentative).
  19. Apollo 15: Three Days on the Moon.S. Information Service, 14 pages, colour illustrations, staple bound.
  20. Apollo 15: At Hadley Base. NASA, Office of Public Affairs, EP-94. 32 pages, colour illustrations, staple bound, soft covers.
  21. On the Moon with Apollo 16. A Guidebook to Descartes Region. EP-95. U.S. Government Printing Office. April 1972. 90 pages. Soft covers, staple bound.
  22. Apollo 16: At Descartes. NASA, Office of Public Affairs, EP-97. 32 pages, colour illustrations, staple bound, soft covers.
  23. Apollo 16 Subsatellite. NASA News. For release Sunday, January 23, 1972. 3 pages, staple bound in top corner.
  24. Apollo 17: The Last Apollo. NASA Facts. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center. Public Affairs Office. 4 pages. 4 pages.
  25. Manned Space Flight - The First Decade. NASA Facts. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center. Public Affairs Office. 4 pages. 4 pages.

The above list is not exhaustive. Viewing recommended.

Auction Details

Space Exploration Photography and Ephemera from the collection of David Hasdell
Timed Online Auction running from 12 - 30 June.
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