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This review is from: Apollo 11 Manual: An Insight into the Hardware from the First Manned Mission to Land on the Moon (Hardcover)
Just what I had been looking for. I was having problems with my retro thrusters and the local ford dealership just couldn't fix them.
With this manual, some double sided tape and some sticky backed plastic I now have a fully functioning moon module once again.
If you have the Apollo 11 at home you really must buy this.
(N.B. This is no good for the Apollo 13 version which had the exploding side panels fitted).
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Initial post: 16 Jul 2009 16:43:40 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
The Apollo 13 edition covers the relevant problem with the Service module, but not in nearly enough detail. The last thing I wanted to know, halfway to the moon with all my consumables leaking out, was that "the reassembly procedure is a reversal of disassembly". Fortunately me and my chums were able to improvise a fix using the LM, with a little help from ground control.
Posted on 21 Jul 2009 14:58:35 BDT
I do not believe that you have been to the moon. I don't think it is possible at all, especially given the age of the technology used. I think you are in the same boat as the American government in the sense that you are hoaxing at a convenient time. Moon landings poppycock, and that is swearing!
Posted on 10 Jun 2012 08:07:34 BDT
I'm sure I've seen a spare set of retro thrusters for the 1969 model for sale on ebay!
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