APOLLO CM DISPLAY CONSOLE BLUEPRINT.
SIGNED BY TEN ASTRONAUTS.
Design Layout Main Display Console, CM 98. North American Aviation, 1965. Blueprint. 9 x 53 inches.
The location of every switch, meter, and knob on the Apollo Command Module's Main Display Console is clearly illustrated. Included are flight instruments such as the two Flight Director Attitude Indicators (FDAI), computer Display and Keyborad (DSKY), digital clock, a Saturn V launch vehicle engine light matrix, and the Entry Monitoring System (EMS).
The critical caution and warning light display is located at the upper center of the console with over 40 individual indicators. The large ABORT light is located in front of the commander's seat and there are two MASTER ALARM lights at each end of the large panel. Other separate panels are shown with ID numbers of 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 98 and 99 each having their own set of switches, knobs, meters, and/or circuit breakers.
Boldly SIGNED and INSCRIBED with their individual CM or CSM and Apollo flight numbers by WALLY SCHIRRA, WALT CUNNINGHAM, RUSTY SCHWEIKART, TOM STAFFORD, GENE CERNAN, BUZZ ALDRIN, ALAN BEAN, RICHARD GORDON, FRED HAISE, and AL WORDEN.