1. Saturn IB Technical drawings
    Revised version, September 27, 1998
    by David Weeks

  2. Saturn V Technical drawings
    Revised version, September 27, 1998
    by David Weeks

  3. Skylab Technical drawings
    Revised version, September 27, 1998
    by David Weeks

  4. Stages to Saturn
    A technological history of the Apollo/Saturn launch vehicles
    by Roger E. Bilstein
    NASA SP-4206

  5. Rockets of the World
    Second edition
    by Peter Alway
    Saturn Press 1995

  6. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Space
    edited by Michael Rycroft
    Cambridge University Press 1990

  7. Guidelines for advanced manned space vehicle program
    prepared by the NASA Space Task Group
    Langley Field, Virginia, June 1960

  8. Saturn V News Reference
    compiled by NASA, The Boeing Company, Douglas Aircraft Company, IBM, Rocketdyne

  9. Saturn V Flight Manual SA-503
    George C. Marshall Space Flight Center

  10. Saturn V Flight Manual SA-506
    George C. Marshall Space Flight Center

  11. Website: “The Project Apollo Archive”
    by Kipp Teague

  12. Website: “The Apollo Saturn Reference Page”
    by John Duncan

  13. Website: “Encyclopedia Astronautica”
    by Mark Wade

  14. Marshall Space Flight Center
    Marshall Image Exchange apollo/index.html

  15. Saturn V Launch Vehicle Flight Evaluation Report SA-513
    Skylab 1
    MPR-SAT-FE-73-4, August 1973

  16. Skylab Saturn IB Flight Manual
    MSFC-MAN-206, September 1972

  17. Skylab Attitude and Pointing Control System
    NASA TN D-6068, February 1971

  18. Apollo by the numbers
    A statistical reference
    by Richard W. Orloff

  19. Description and performance of the Saturn launch vehicle's Navigation, Guidance and Control System
    NASA TN D-5869, July 1970
    by Walter Haeussermann

  20. Saturn V/IB Instrument Unit Description and Component Data
    MFSC No. III-5-509-4, IBM No. 66-966-0006, June 1966, January 1970
    by IBM, Federal Systems Division

  21. F-1 rocket engine data manual
    NASA-CS-143972, R-3896-1, March 1967, May 1972
    by Rocketdyne

  1. Saturn V Launch Vehicle Flight Evaluation Report AS-503
    Apollo 8 mission
    MPR-SAT-FE-69-1, February 1969

  2. Launch abort philosophy for manned space flights
    MSC Internal note No. 68-FM-104, April 29, 1968
    by Charles T. Hyle

  3. Mission design for flight safety
    MSC Internal note No. 67-FM-175, November 17, 1967
    by Carl R. Huss, Claiborne R. Hicks Jr., Charlie C. Allen

  4. Operational abort plan for the Apollo 9 mission
    Volume I - Launch Phase
    MSC Internal note No. 69-FM-15, January 27, 1969
    by Edward M. Henderson

  5. An envelope of Saturn V malfunction trajectories which can achieve orbit
    MSC Internal note No. 68-FM-305, December 16, 1968
    by H.G. Schaeffer, V.A. Dulock, J.J. White

  6. AS-508; MCC / MSFN; Mission Configuration / System Description
    March 1970
    by the Manned Spacecraft Center, Flight Support Division

  7. MCC Operational Configuration for Mission J1
    AS-510 / SC-112 / LM-10
    Apollo 15
    PHO-TR155, 15 April 1971
    by the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston

  8. Familiarization Manual
    Mission Control Center Houston
    PHO-FAM001, 30 June 1965
    by Western Development Laboratories, Houston Operations

  9. Network Controller's Mission Report Apollo 11
    15 August 1965
    by the Manned Spacecraft Center, Flight Support Division

  10. Apollo Flight Controller 101: Every console explained
    ARS Technica /10/apollo-flight-controller-101-every-console-explained
    by Lee Hutchingson
    January 2011

  11. Mission Control Center / Building 30
    Historical Documentation
    Prepared for NASA, Houston
    Prepared by Archaeological Consultants Inc., Florida
    October 2010

  12. Inventory of Equipment in Launch Control Center Firing Room 2 Prepared by:
    Spaceport Integration and Services
    Medical & Environmental Services Division
    Environmental Management Branch
    Kennedy Space Center
    August 2015

  13. IBM System/360 Model 75
    Functional characteristics
    IBM Systems Reference Library
    1964, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1974

  14. IBM System 360
    System Summary
    IBM Systems Reference Library
    1964, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1974

  15. UNIVAC 494 Real-time System
    System Description
    Sperry Rand Corporation, 1969

  1. RTOS-Extending OS /360 for real time spaceflight control
    by J. L. Johnston
    International Business Machines Corporation
    Houston, Texas, May 1969

  2. This is Mission Control 1970
    Houston Mission Control Center during Apollo 13
    US National Archives
    Video and sound improved and uploaded to “YouTube” by Jeff Quitney

  3. Website: “Apollo Launch Control, An exploration of the Launch Control Center and Firing Room Equipment at Kennedy Space Center”
    by Jonathan Ward

  4. Rocket Ranch
    The Nuts and Bolts of the Apollo Moon Program at Kennedy Space Center
    by Jonathan Ward
    Springer, 2015

  5. Electrical reference handbook launch equipment branch electrical support equipment LC-39
    Vol I of II
    Launch Equipment Branch
    Launch Support Equipment Engineering Division
    SP-166-D, Revised version
    November 1965

  6. O&C Building Payload Processing and Support Capabilities
    Kennedy Space Center
    Handbook K-STSM-14.1.14-REVE-O&C
    November 1994
    by Jeffrey E. Millner

  7. Apollo / Saturn V Facility Description
    Vol IV of IV:
    KSC Apollo Spacecraft facilities and GSE Sytem Description
    Prepared by:
    KSC Apollo/Saturn V Document Tree
    October 25, 1966

  8. Final Report Voyager Spacecraft. Phase D, Task D
    Volume IV, Book 2 of 5:
    Engineering Tasks:
    Applicability of Apollo Checkout Equipment
    Prepared by: General Electric
    For: George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
    October 16, 1967

  9. Website: "Capcom Espace, L'Encyclopédie de l'espace"
    by Didier Capdevila

  10. Countdown to a Moon Launch
    Preparing Apollo for Its Historic Journey
    by Jonathan Ward
    Springer, 2015

  11. ACE-S/C Operator's Manual
    Acceptance Checkout Equipment-Spacecraft
    General Electric, Apollo Support Department
    Daytona Beach, Florida, March 1966

  12. "Checkout criteria and requirements for manned spacecraft"
    By Rolf W. Lanzkron and William C. Fischer
    Apollo Spacecraft Program Office
    NASA Manned Spacecraft Center
    Houston, Texas
    Paper presented at the "Support for Manned Flight Conference", April 1965

  1. Apollo Experience Report Acceptance Checkout Equipment For The Apollo Spacecraft
    NASA TN D-6736
    by I.J. Burtzlaff
    Manned Spacecraft Center
    Houston, Texas, March 1972

  2. Results of the Fifth Saturn IB Launch Vehice Test Flight
    SA-205 (Apollo 7 Mission)
    Prepared by Saturn Flight Evaluation Working Group
    George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
    MPR-SAT-FE-68-4, January 1969

  3. Saturn S-IVB-205 Stage Flight Evaluation Report
    Prepared by:
    Saturn S-IVB Test Planning and Evaluation Committee
    McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company
    Western Division
    SM-46990, December 1968

  4. Apollo 7 Mission Report
    Manned Spacecraft Center
    Houston, Texas
    MSC-PA-R-68-15, December 1968

  5. Saturn IB Launch Vehicle Flight Evaluation Report SA-206 Skylab 2
    Prepared by Saturn Flight Evaluation Working Group
    George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
    MPR-SAT-FE-73, July 23, 1973

  6. Press Kit Apollo 7
    NASA, Washington DC
    October 6, 1968

  7. Press Kit Skylab 3
    NASA, Washington DC
    July 23, 1973

  8. Apollo Experience Report - Abort Planning
    NASA TN D-6847, June 1972
    by Charles T. Hyle, Charles E. Foggatt, Bobbie D. Weber

  9. Preliminary Launch Aborts Analysis For Manned Apollo S-V Missions
    Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston
    Flight Analysis Branch
    MSC Internal Note No. 67-FM-7, January 18, 1967
    by Bobbie D. Weber

  10. Spacecraft Operational Abort Plan For Apollo 7 (mission C)
    Volume II - CSM Launch Aborts
    MSC Internal note No. 68-FM-170, July 19, 1968
    Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston
    NASA, Mission Planning and Analysis Division, Flight Analysis Branch
    by Edward M. Henderson
    TRW System Group, Mission Operational Section
    by J.V. Butler

  11. Jake Garn Mission Simulation and Training Facility, Building 5
    Historical Documentation
    Prepared for: NASA, Johnson Space Center, Houston
    Prepared by: Archaelogical Consultants, Inc, Sarasota, Florida
    March 2010

  12. The History of the EIDOPHOR Large Screen Television Projector
    by Heinrich Johannes
    Gretag Aktiengesellschaft
    Switzerland, 1989

  1. Apollo Mission Control
    The Making Of A Historic Landmark
    by Manfred Ehrenfried
    Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature, 2018

  2. Apollo Experience Report
    Flight Control data needs, terminal display devices and ground system configuration requirements
    NASA TN D-7685
    By Richard A. Hoover
    Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, May 1974

  3. Displays Formats Manual
    PHO - TR515
    Under Contract NAS 9-1261
    Prepared for NASA Manned Spaceflight Center
    By Philco-Ford Corporation
    12 January 1973

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