Apollo Flightcrew Training in Lunar Landing Simulators, March 1968
Item — Box: 46, Folder: 2, Item: 3
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 5, Sub-Group 3, File 5, Item 4
Scope and Contents
From the Sub-Group: The training files contain a wide variety of materials used specifically in the astronaut training programs which led to the success of the Apollo missions. Neil Armstrong played a large role in designing both simulation training exercises and in the development of the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV). The LLRV was a specialized training vehicle designed to train pilots how to fly and land the lunar module, and as such, presented a unique engineering problem to its development team; i.e. how to design a vehicle for non-aerodynamic flight while still constrained by earth'’s gravity.
- March 1968
Language of Materials
From the Collection: Collection material is primarily in English. Russian is also present.
Collection is open for scholarly research. A 48 hours notice and consultation with the Flight Archivist is required to access the collection. Portions of the collection are restricted per donor restrictions and third party privacy.
From the Sub-Group: 3.815 Cubic Feet (Ten letter-size full-width manuscript boxes and one letter-size half-width manuscript box)