Apollo Moon Missions: The Unsung Heroes

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Index
Aaron, John, 12, 164, 165
Aldrin, Buzz: and Apollo 11 mission planning, 149; and first moon landing, 5, 8, 9, 11–14, 15, 21– 23, 84, 101; and news coverage of Apollo 11 moon landing, 57–59; and photographs of first moonwalk, 25, 27, 29, 33; and quarantine after Apollo 11 splashdown, 37, 39, 43–46
Anders, Bill: and Apollo 8, 68, 69, 71–74, 163; and photography during Apollo 8, 31
Apollo 1: death of crew during launch simulation, xxii, 6, 17, 59, 68, 102, 105, 112, 113, 127, 136; and Joanne Morgan, 102, 103; and Joe Schmitt, 105, 112, 113
Apollo 7: and Bruce McCandless, 18, 19; and Steve Bales, 6
Apollo 8: and Bruce McCandless, 18, 19; and first lunar orbit, 163; and Gerry Griffin, 161, 163; photography during, 30, 31
Apollo 9: and Bruce McCandless, 19
Apollo 10: and Charlie Brown, 154; and Clancy Hatleberg, 41; and deep space evaluation, 153, 154; and Snoopy, 19, 154; and Steve Bales, 6, 7
Apollo 11: capcom of, 15–24; and Clancy Hatleberg, 37, 39, 42–48; and Columbia, 20, 21, 42, 44, 45; dearth of photographs of Neil Armstrong, 25, 27, 29; and Eagle, 51, 61; and EVA, 20–23, 180; and Gerry Griffin, 164; guidance officer of, 3–14; and Hugh Brown, 83, 84; and Jack King, 117–119, 123–126; and Joanne Morgan, 98–101; and Joe Schmitt, 110–115; and landing of lunar module, 3–14; photography during, 25, 27, 29, 32–35; and possible abort during lunar approach, 5, 10–12; and Rodney Rose, 149, 154, 155; and space capsule recovery, 37, 39, 42–48; and 1202 program alarm, 10–12
Apollo 12: and Gerry Griffin, 164, 165; lightning strike of, 126; photography during, 30, 32; and Steve Bales, 13; and Yankee Clipper, 164
Apollo 13: explosion during, 13, 14, 32, 47, 135, 136, 166, 168, 169; and Gerry Griffin, 165–168;

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