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Star Chart, Training, Apollo 11

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This star chart was used by astronaut and Command Module Pilot, Michael Collins, during training sessions prior to the Apollo 11 mission launched in July 1969.

Star charts were an important piece of navigation equipment used by the astronauts during the Apollo missions, enabling them to fix their location at any given time.

The chart was donated to the National Air and Space Museum by Michael Collins in 1985.

Donated by Mr. Michael Collins

Materials
Plastic
Coating
Dimensions
3-D: 40.6 × 20.3cm (1 ft. 4 in. × 8 in.)

Type
INSTRUMENTS-Navigational

Title
Star Chart, Training, Apollo 11

Country of Origin
United States of America

This star chart was used by astronaut and Command Module Pilot, Michael Collins, during training sessions prior to the Apollo 11 mission launched in July 1969.

Star charts were an important piece of navigation equipment used by the astronauts during the Apollo missions, enabling them to fix their location at any given time.

The chart was donated to the National Air and Space Museum by Michael Collins in 1985.

Donated by Mr. Michael Collins

Materials
Plastic
Coating
Dimensions
3-D: 40.6 × 20.3cm (1 ft. 4 in. × 8 in.)

Type
INSTRUMENTS-Navigational

Title
Star Chart, Training, Apollo 11

Country of Origin
United States of America

ID: A19850130000


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