APOLLO 11 CHARTS All charts were made for NASA by Aeronautical Chart and Information Center (ACIC) of the United States Air Force (USAF), unless otherwise noted. These charts were designed for use by astronauts and flight planner/controllers for training and flight support use. Earth and lunar orbit charts have full 360 degree longitudinal coverage and latitude coverage from usually from 45 degrees north and south from the equator.<BR/><BR/><BR/><BR/>THE START OF A JOURNEY TO THE MOON.
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APOLLO 11 CHARTS All charts were made for NASA by Aeronautical Chart and Information Center (ACIC) of the United States Air Force (USAF), unless otherwise noted. These charts were designed for use by astronauts and flight planner/controllers for training and flight support use. Earth and lunar orbit charts have full 360 degree longitudinal coverage and latitude coverage from usually from 45 degrees north and south from the equator.



THE START OF A JOURNEY TO THE MOON.
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APOLLO 11 CHARTS All charts were made for NASA by Aeronautical Chart and Information Center (ACIC) of the United States Air Force (USAF), unless otherwise noted. These charts were designed for use by astronauts and flight planner/controllers for training and flight support use. Earth and lunar orbit charts have full 360 degree longitudinal coverage and latitude coverage from usually from 45 degrees north and south from the equator.<BR/><BR/><BR/><BR/>THE START OF A JOURNEY TO THE MOON.
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THE START OF A JOURNEY TO THE MOON.
"Apollo Earth Orbit Chart (AEO). Apollo Mission 11... For July 1969 Launch Dates." Color Earth maps, 3 sheets, 13½ by 41½ inches each.

Series of three Earth charts, annotated by BUZZ ALDRIN, plotting each orbital path of the Apollo 11 vehicle after launch from the Kennedy Space Center. Circular plots in black represent the ground communication coverage areas with the ones in red being ocean stationed tracking ships. Orbital paths on all three sheets show the full launch range azimuths of 72 to 108 degrees. Sheet 1 plots the launch path leaving Florida and the initial earth orbit. SIGNED: "Buzz Aldrin, LMP." Sheet 2 plots the entire second earth orbit and shows the path of the first Translunar Injection (TLI) burn initiation opportunity. INSCRIBED "GO or NO-GO?" by Aldrin. Sheet 3 has the possible third earth orbit and the second TLI burn initiation opportunity. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED: "Go for TLI! Buzz Aldrin."
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