A REVIEW OF ALL APOLLO MISSIONS.
Apollo Program Summary Report. [JSC-09423]. NASA/JSC: April, 1975. Over 500 pp. Illustrated. Card stock covers, punched, staple removed.
Signed by at least one member of each manned Apollo crew. NASA's internal document that provides exhaustive multiple summaries of all aspects of the Apollo Program. No other single post-flight publication can compare. Each of the unmanned Saturn series (I, IB, and V) launches are covered plus Apollo spacecraft aborts (Little Joe II), and all the manned Apollo flights. A science summary reviews all lunar landings and describes geology findings, initial lunar experiment results, aspects of orbital science and photographic accomplishments. A vehicle development and performance summary expands on details of the Saturn rocket series, Little Joe II, the Command and Service Modules, the Lunar Module, and their subsystems. Included is information on flight crews, mission operations, biomedical and lunar quarantine, spacecraft manufacturing, launch site facilities and operations.
The front cover is signed with their Apollo flight numbers by: Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Walt Cunningham, Charles M. Duke, Jr., Fred Haise, Edgar Mitchell, Wally Schirra, Dave Scott, Tom Stafford, and Al Worden. The title-page is signed: Gene Cernan, Apollo X - XVII, Rusty Schweickart, Apollo 9, and "James Lovell."