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GRUMMAN APOLLO LUNAR LANDING PROJECT OVERSIZE BLUEPRINTS OF THE LUNAR EXCURSION MODULE (LEM) AND ASTRONAUTS

PROPERTY OF A GRUMMAN STRUCTURAL/MECHANICAL ENGINEER

GRUMMAN APOLLO LUNAR LANDING PROJECT OVERSIZE BLUEPRINTS OF THE LUNAR EXCURSION MODULE (LEM) AND ASTRONAUTS

GRUMMAN APOLLO LUNAR LANDING PROJECT OVERSIZE BLUEPRINTS OF THE LUNAR EXCURSION MODULE (LEM) AND ASTRONAUTS

PROPERTY OF A GRUMMAN STRUCTURAL/MECHANICAL ENGINEER

GRUMMAN APOLLO LUNAR LANDING PROJECT—COMPLETE 1:10 SCALE BLUEPRINTS OF THE LUNAR EXCURSION MODULE (LEM) AND ASTRONAUTS FROM ALL ANGLES, AND IN EXTREME DETAIL.


Blueprint sheets 1-4 (of 4) of the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) and Astronauts, Crew Provision Design Group Drawing LDW 340-54050. Bethpage, NY: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp, June 1964


Four 1:10 scale blueprint drawings, consisting of: 1. An 11 by 17 inch cover sheet titled "Inboard Profile". 2. A 10 foot 8 inch long, by 3 foot tall 1:10 scale blueprint of the Inboard Left-hand side, and Outboard Right-hand side of the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM), complete with 810-item Nomenclature list. 3. An 11 foot, 7 inch long, by 3 foot tall 1:10 scale blueprint of the LEM with Exterior View looking aft; looking outboard from the Left-hand side; the Ascent Stage plan view (with 2 astronauts in place); and Descent stage plan view. 4. An 11 foot, 7 inch long, by 3 foot tall 1:10 scale blueprint of the LEM and astronauts, with exterior view looking forward; Aft equipment bay; numerous diagrams of astronauts performing a variety of tasks, including using the lunar surface television camera, recharge station, and alignment optical telescope. 


WONDERFUL, OVERSIZED, AND EXTREMELY DETAILED BLUEPRINTS OF THE GRUMMAN LUNAR EXCURSION MODULE, COMPLETE WITH 810 ITEM NOMENCLATURE LIST DETAILING SYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT, AND ASTRONAUTS AT VARIOUS WORK STATIONS. These blueprints were used by a Grumman Structural/Mechanical Engineer, who worked with the Crew Provisions Design Group through 1969. Their last task was to prove out the Design location of the fixed television camera which was located on the MESA box to capture the first steps on the moon.

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