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He said: "Armstrong and Aldrin spent hundreds of hours standing next to each other in the lunar module simulator, just as they would in the actual Lunar Module.
The camera would have stayed on the lunar module, which crashed on the lunar surface after delivering the astronauts back to the orbiter, Needell said, but Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins ''decided to take some souvenirs home with them.''
Most of the people I was working with had helped design the Lunar Module, and we watched the LM-5 sitting on the lunar surface with a special interest.
Another initiative evident in Project Apollo that applies to today's acquisitions is the idea of design freeze to stem requirements creep--and that happened with the Lunar Module. NASA engineers correctly recognized that effective manufacturing planning and implementation could not be achieved with a constantly changing configuration; however, some design modifications were still necessary after the design was frozen.
The Lunar Module landed on very hard terrain and the gravitational pull on the Moon is so weak the lunar module would not leave a blast crater.
The astronaut shown working at the Apollo 11 lunar module is Neil Armstrong, not Buzz Aldrin.
He had a crew of two for this mission, Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot and Mike Collins, command module pilot.
The author traces the development of the space science, Earth observation, and communication satellites; and describes some of the engineering challenges faced when designing the Apollo command and service module, lunar module, and lunar roving vehicle.
Working at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory, Ed Schwarm played a central role in developing the lunar module that landed the first men on the moon.
Heading out the next day on the airport bus through the Icelandic wilderness, I thought of Kristin Bjork, Ragnar, and Johann and imagined them riding in a lunar module, bouncing along the craggy craters and testing the wild frontier.
The same coaxial Pintle injector technology that went into the Lunar Module Descent Engine and landed U.S.