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Crew & Equipment Pre-flight

AP10-69-H-64HR 

        S-II Saturn V second stage is hoisted by crane in the VAB.

AP10-69-H-384

        CSM / SLA combination during spacecraft processing in the VAB. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-386HR

        CSM / LM / SLA combination is lowered into place atop the S-IVB / IU in the VAB.

AP10-69-H-433HR

        Saturn V begins journey to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-69-H-434HR

         Saturn V passes in front on the VAB on its journey to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-69-H-435HR

         Saturn V journey's along the crawlerway enroute to pad 39-B at KSC. 

AP10-69-H-438HR

         Saturn V approaches the left turn to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-69-H-573HR

Apollo 10 flight crew pose in front of the spacecraft whilst it is being processed on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-69-H-574HR

Crew being briefed on the emergency egress slide wire gondola at pad 39-B. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-575HR

         Crew inspect the emergency egress slide wire gondola at pad 39-B. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-576HR

         Crew inspect the underground bunker at the end of the emergency egress slide tube at pad 39-B. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-598HR

         Saturn V passes in front on the VAB on its journey to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-69-H-649 part

John Young at official portrait shoot.

AP10-69-H-650

          Thomas Stafford & Eugene Cernan training in the LM simulator. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-651

          John Young training in the CM simulator. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-652

          John Young training in the CM simulator. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-653

         Eugene Cernan adjusting audio headset whilst standing outside the LM simulator. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-758

John Young (left) and Tom Stafford head for the elevator and the transfer van which will take Gene Cernan and them out to the pad for the Countdown Demonstration Test. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-786

         Thomas Stafford and John Young approaching the stairs leading up to the CM simulator. (ALSJ)

AP10-69-H-787

         John Young referring to flight documentation between simulator training sessions.

AP10-69-H-788HR

         Saturn V sits on pad 39-B.

AP10-69-HC-119HR

         Saturn V during transfer from western doorway of the VAB enroute to pad 39-B.

AP10-69-HC-159

         Saturn V approaches the left turn to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-69-HC-309

         Saturn V during transfer from western doorway of the VAB enroute to pad 39-B.

AP10-69-HC-378

         Official crew portrait.

AP10-69-HC-506

John Young flexing his shoulders during suiting up.

Crew clowning around at official portrait shoot.

AP10-69P-151

         Saturn V journey's along the crawlerway enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S1C-NOID

         S-IC first stage being transferred from the transport barge to the VAB following its arrival at KSC.

AP10-KSC-68C-7912HR

         S-1C first stage is hoisted by crane in the transfer aisle of the VAB.

AP10-KSC-68-8685HR

         S-IVB third stage is lowered atop the S-II second stage in the VAB. (ALSJ)

AP10-KSC-68C-8693HR

         S-IVB third stage is lowered atop the S-II second stage in the VAB.

AP10-KSC-68C-285HR

         S-II second stage on sea going barge passing through swing bridge enroute to KSC.

AP10-KSC-69C-1983HR

         Saturn V journey's along the crawlerway enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69P-58HR

        CSM / LM / SLA combination is lowered into place atop the S-IVB / IU in the VAB.

AP10-KSC-69P-167

John Young grinning at the cartoon character 'Charlie Brown', complete with CSM.

AP10-KSC-69P-240HR

Crew posing on pad 39-B in front on the space vehicle which is enshrouded by the MSS.

AP10-KSC-69P-260

         Eugene Cernan adjusting audio headset whilst standing outside the LM simulator.

AP10-KSC-69P-287

         John Young sitting in comfortable reclining chair in the suiting up room at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-30HR

         CSM / LM / SLA combination is transferred by crane in the VAB transfer aisle prior to stacking.

AP10-KSC-69PC-72HR

         Saturn V / spacecraft stack leaving the VAB via the western doors enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-73

          Saturn V / spacecraft stack passing the north side of the VAB enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-109

           Saturn V / spacecraft stack passing the north eastern corner of the VAB enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-110

           Saturn V / spacecraft stack passing the north eastern corner of the VAB enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-128

The Apollo 10 spacecraft sits on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-131HR

           Saturn V upon its arrival at pad 39-B atop the MLA / Crawler.

AP10-KSC-69PC-147HR

           Official portrait of CDR Thomas Stafford in front of the Apollo 10 Saturn V at pad 39-B.

AP10-KSC-69PC-148HR

           Official portrait of LMP Eugene Cernan in front of the Apollo 10 Saturn V at pad 39-B.

AP10-KSC-69PC-149HR

           Official portrait of CMP John Young in front of the Apollo 10 Saturn V at pad 39-B.

AP10-KSC-69PC-150

           Crew pose in front of the Apollo 10 Saturn V on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-181HR

           Saturn V on pad 39-B at KSC. (ALSJ)

AP10-KSC-69PC-193HR

           Crew walking to transfer van at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-204

           Saturn V on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-304

           Saturn V enroute to pad 39-B as seen across the barge turning basin at KSC.

AP10-KSC-69PC-1925

Saturn V sitting on pad 39-B at KSC, about to be enshrouded by the MSS.

AP10-ONPAD-NOID

           Saturn V on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-ROLLOUT-NOID

           Saturn V enroute to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S68-15952HR

Apollo 10 pratice in a simulator.

AP10-S68-15979

           John Young training in CM simulator.

AP10-S68-41683HR

Apollo 10 crew praticing CM egress in a water tank at JSC.

AP10-S68-41685HR

Apollo 10 crew praticing CM egress in a water tank at JSC.

AP10-S68-41882HR

Apollo 10 commander during practice for recovery at sea.

AP10-S68-42906HR

Apollo 10 crew pose during water egress training.

AP10-S68-42908HR

Suit engineers assist the Apollo 10 crew during water egress training at JSC.

AP10-S68-55034HR

           S-1C first stage during pre-stacking processing in the VAB.

AP10-S69-17807HR

            LM 'Snoopy' being lowered into position in the SLA, during pre-flight processing in the VAB.

AP10-S69-17809HR

            LM 'Snoopy' in position in the SLA, during pre-flight processing in the VAB.

AP10-S69-17810HR

            LM 'Snoopy' during pre-stacking processing in the VAB low bay area.

AP10-S69-19190HR

CSM 'Charlie Brown' during pre-flight testing.

AP10-S69-19197HR

CSM 'Charlie Brown' during pre-flight testing.

AP10-S69-19203HR

            CSM / LM / SLA combination being lowered into place atop the S-IVB / IU in the VAB.

AP10-S69-25979HR

LM ascent stage being processed prior to flight at KSC.

AP10-S69-27089HR

The Mobile Service Structure (MSS) being moved alongside the spacecraft as it sits on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-27462HR

The Apollo 10 spacecraft begins its rollout to pad 39-B at KSC. The VAB cab be seen in the background.

AP10-S69-27741HR

The Apollo 10 spacecraft during its rollout along the crawlerway to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-27915HR

The Apollo 10 spacecraft during its rollout along the crawlerway to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-27916HR

The Apollo 10 spacecraft during its rollout along the crawlerway to pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-30248

            Crew in front of Saturn V launch vehicle at pad 39-B. (ALSJ)

AP10-S69-30250HR

Apollo 10 CMP John Young during crew briefing at pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-30251HR

Apollo 10 LMP Eugene Cernan during crew briefing at pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-30252HR

Apollo 10 CDR Thomas Stafford during crew briefing at pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-30520

Artists illustration of the separated LM and CSM as they under go their separate activities in lunar orbit.

AP10-S69-32035HR

Apollo 10 CMP John Young during a pre-flight press conference.

AP10-S69-32036HR

Apollo 10 CDR Thomas Stafford during a pre-flight press conference.

AP10-S69-32037

Eugene Cernan along with mascot the cartoon character 'Snoopy' at a press conference. (ALSJ)

AP10-S69-32613HR

Apollo 10 prime crew pose for offical PR photograph.

AP10-S69-32615HR

             CDR Thomas Stafford and LMP Eugene Cernan training in the LM simulator.

AP10-S69-32787HR

LMP Eugene Cernan (nearest camera) and CDR Thomas Stafford training in the LM simulator.

AP10-S69-32788HR

CMP John Young practicing solo operations in the CM simulator.

AP10-S69-32789HR

CMP John Young practicing solo operations in the CM simulator.

AP10-S69-33765HR

Artists illustration of the Apollo 10 LM during tests of the DPS is lunar orbit.

AP10-S69-33853

           Saturn V on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-33854HR

           View of the CSM atop the Saturn V on pad 39-B. The white room can be seen to the right of the CM.

AP10-S69-33855HR

Night time view of the Apollo 10 spacecraft on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-34038HR

View of activity at the flight director's console in the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, on the first day of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. Seated are Gerald D. Griffin (foreground) and Glynn S. Lunney, Shift 1 (Black Team) flight directors. Milton L. Windler, standing behind them, is the flight director of Shift 2 (Maroon Team). In the center background, standing, is Dr. Christopher C. Kraft Jr., MSC Director of Flight Operations.

AP10-S69-34039HR

Overall view of activity in the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, on the first day of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. This picture was taken following CSM/LM-S-IVB separation, and prior to LM extraction from the S-IVB. The telecast from the Apollo 10's color TV camera shows the LM still attached to the S-IVB. The CSM is making the docking approach to the LM/S-IVB.

AP10-S69-34040HR

Partial view of activity in the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, on the first day of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. The television monitor shows a picture of Earth made during the second telecast from the Apollo 10's color TV camera. Capcom Charlie Duke seated in foreground. Notice the 'Snoopy' and 'Charlie Brown' cartoon characters standing on the console in front of Duke.

AP10-S69-34314HR

Replicas of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, the two characters from Charles Schulz's syndicated comic strip, "Peanuts," decorate the top of a console in the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, on the first day of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. Capcom Charlie Duke seated in foreground.

AP10-S69-34316HR

Overall view of the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, on the first day of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. A color television transmission was being received from Apollo 10. This picture was made following Command and Service Module/Lunar Module/Saturn IVB (CSM/LM-S-IVB) separation and prior to LM extraction from the S-IVB. The CSM were making the docking approach to the LM/S-IVB.

AP10-S69-34318HR

Ground-level view at sunset of the Apollo 10 (CM-106/LM-4/Saturn-505) space vehicle at Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center. The Apollo 10 stack had just been positioned after being rolled out from the Vehicle Assembly Building.

AP10-S69-34319HR

The 363-feet tall Apollo 10 space vehicle on the way from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center. The Saturn V stack and its mobile launch tower are atop a crawler-transporter.

AP10-S69-34320HR

            MSS being moved into position by the crawler.

AP10-S69-34327HR

            Ariel view of the Saturn V stack sitting on pad 39-B at KSC.

AP10-S69-34328

            Crew in front of Saturn V launch vehicle at pad 39-B. (ALSJ)

AP10-S69-34329HR

The prime crew of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission pose for photograph while at the Kennedy Space Center for preflight training.

AP10-S69-34330HR

Astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo 10 commander, is suited up at the Kennedy Space Center for a Countdown Demonstration Test.

AP10-S69-34332HR

Overall view of Firing Room 3 of the Launch Control Center, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, during an Apollo 10 Countdown Demonstration Test.

AP10-S69-34333

            Crew suiting up prior to transfer to pad 39-B for launch.

AP10-S69-34334HR

Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, Apollo 10 lunar module pilot, is suited up at the Kennedy Space Center for a Countdown Demonstration Test.

AP10-S69-34385HR

The prime crew of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. Left to right, are Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Thomas P. Stafford, commander. In the background is the Apollo 10 space vehicle on Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, Florida.

AP10-S69-34482HR

Astronaut John W. Young, Apollo 10 command module pilot, jokes with Donald K. Slayton (standing left), director of Flight Crew Operations, Manned Spacecraft Center, during Apollo 10 suiting up operations. On couch in background is astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot.

AP10-S69-34483HR

Suit technician connecting oxygen hose to John Young's suit.

AP10-S69-34485HR

Astronaut John W. Young, Apollo 10 command module pilot, adjusts strap on his communications cap during suiting up operations for the lunar orbit mission.

AP10-S69-34574

            CapCom Charlie Duke standing at his console in the MOCR during the flight. Cartoon character figures, 'Charlie Brown' and 'Snoopy' can be seen on the console.

AP10-S69-34603

            CapCom Charlie Duke and Deke Slayton in the MOCR during flight.

AP10-S69-35316HR

Interior view of the White Room at Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, during the Apollo 10 prelaunch countdown. When this picture was taken the Apollo 10 crew had already been inserted into the spacecraft, and final checks were being made prior to closing of the hatch.

AP10-S69-35317

            CDR Thomas Stafford and LMP Eugene Cernan in white room during CM ingress prior to launch.

AP10-S69-35502HR

Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan (left), lunar module pilot of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission, confers with astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. during an Apollo 10 postflight de-briefing session. Aldrin is the lunar module pilot of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission.

AP10-S69-35503HR

Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan (left), lunar module pilot of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission, confers with astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. during an Apollo 10 postflight de-briefing session. Aldrin is the lunar module pilot of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission.

AP10-S69-35504HR

The prime crews of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission and the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission are photographed during an Apollo 10 postflight de-briefing session.

AP10-S69-35505HR

The prime crews of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission and the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission are photographed during an Apollo 10 postflight de-briefing session.

AP10-S69-35507HR

The prime crews of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission and the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission are photographed during an Apollo 10 postflight de-briefing session.

AP10-MSS-NOID

            Mobile Service Structure (MSS) being withdrawn by the crawler from its position enshrouding the spacecraft and launch vehicle at pad 39-B.

Crew Portrait

Crew pre-flight briefing with Jack Schmitt.

Crew pre-flight briefing with Jack Schmitt-2

John Young leads the Apollo 10 crew out to the transfer van.


Saturn V Launch

AP10-69-H-814HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V just after lift-off.

AP10-KSC-69PC-168HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V immediately after lift-off.

AP10-KSC-69PC-170HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V after clearing the tower. Photo taken from the MSS at its parked position.

AP10-KSC-69PC-186HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V immediately after lift-off.

AP10-KSC-69PC-188HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V during the first stage ascent.

AP10-S69-34143HR

The Apollo 10 space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, at 12:49 p.m. (EDT), May 18, 1969.

AP10-S69-34144HR

The Apollo 10 space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, at 12:49 p.m. (EDT), May 18, 1969.

AP10-S69-34145HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V just after lift-off.

AP10-S69-34481

             Apollo 10 Saturn V during the first stage ascent.

AP10-S69-35107HR

             Apollo 10 Saturn V immediately after lift-off. (ALSJ)


Inflight TV Stills

AP10-S69-33993HR

Still photograph take from the onboard TV broadcast during the Transpostion and Docking, showing the LM 'Snoopy' nestled in the S-IVB third stage of the Saturn V.

AP10-S69-33994HR

Still photograph take from the onboard TV broadcast during the Transpostion and Docking, showing the LM 'Snoopy' nestled in the S-IVB third stage of the Saturn V.


 

Mission Photos by Magazine Number

Magazine N-Color

AS10-27-3856

View of CSM 'Charlie Brown' from LM 'Snoopy' following separation in lunar orbit prior to solo operations. Craters 207 and 275 visible. 250mm.

AS10-27-3872

View of CSM 'Charlie Brown' from LM 'Snoopy' following separation in lunar orbit prior to solo operations. Craters 207 and 275 visible. 250mm.

AS10-27-3873

View of CSM from LM over crater 270. 250mm

AS10-27-3880

View of CSM from LM, 5 west of Mare Smythii. 250mm.

AS10-27-3881

View of CSM from LM, 5 west of Mare Smythii. 250mm.

AS10-27-3890

Earthrise. 250mm.

AS10-27-3905

Low Sun angle view of landing site 3. 80mm.

AS10-27-3907

Low Sun angle view of landing site 3. 80mm.

AS10-27-3908

Low Sun angle view of landing site 3. 80mm.

AS10-27-3942

Post TEI view of the southern hemisphere of the moon. 250mm.

AS10-27-3956HR

Post TEI view of the eastern hemisphere of the moon. 250mm.


Magazine O-Black & White

AS10-28-3988

Oblique view of craters 297 & 299. 250mm.

AS10-28-3989

Oblique view of craters 297 & 299. 250mm.

AS10-28-3990

Oblique view of craters 297 & 299. 250mm.

AS10-28-3991

Oblique view of crater 297. 149.0 E, 4.2 S. 250mm. (ALSJ)

AS10-28-3992

Oblique view of crater 292. 141.2 E, 4.4 S. 250mm. (ALSJ)

AS10-28-3993

Oblique view of crater 297. 148.8 E, 1.8 S. 250mm. (ALSJ)

AS10-28-4006

Oblique view of craters 288 & 290. 250mm.

AS10-28-4012

Oblique view of target of opportunity 45. 122.5 E, 4.8 S. 250mm.

AS10-28-4013

Oblique view of target of opportunity 43. 123.6 E, 2.8 S. 250mm.

AS10-28-4014

Vertical photograph at approximately 121.6 E, 1.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-28-4037

Vertical view of target of opportunity 78a, 35.0 E, 0.3 N. 80mm.

AS10-28-4038

Near vertical view of approach to landing site 2. Censorinus, Maskelyne A. 34.5 E, 0.3 N. 80mm.

AS10-28-4039

Near vertical view of approach to landing site 2. Censorinus, Censorinus A. 34.9 E, 0.3 N. 80mm.

AS10-28-4040

Near vertical view of approach to landing site 2. Censorinus, Censorinus A. 31.8 E, 0.4 N. 80mm.

AS10-28-4052

Low oblique view over landing site 2, looking back towards the east. 80mm.

AS10-28-4106

Vertical farside view, south of crater Green. 132.6 E, 0.9 N. 80mm.


Magazine P-Black & White

AS10-29-4165

Vertical view of CSM 'Charlie Brown' from the LM 'Snoopy' as they passed over 'Mount Marilyn' in southeastern Mare Tranqillitatis. 39 E, 0.5 N. 80mm

AS10-29-4224

Oblique view to the west of crater 199, target of opportunity 55.1 E, 3.5 N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4254

Oblique view of Messier B in Mare Fecunditatis. 48 E, 1.0 S. 80mm.

AS10-29-4256

Oblique view south west over Mare Fecunditatis towards Messier, Messier A & Messier B. 80mm.

AS10-29-4263

Near target of opportunity 75. 43.5 E, 1.0 N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4287

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a, Mare Tranqillitatis. 32.6 E, 2.4N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4288

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a Mare Tranqillitatis. 80mm.

AS10-29-4290

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a, Censorinus. 32.2 E, 0.3 S. 80mm.

AS10-29-4291

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a, Censorinus. 32.7 E, 0.2 S. 80mm.

AS10-29-4292

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a, Censorinus. 32.7 E, 0.2 S. 80mm.

AS10-29-4293

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a, Mare Tranquillitatis. 32.2 E, 0.7 S. 80mm.

AS10-29-4296

Oblique view of the crater Maskelyne. 30.5 E, 2.0N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4299

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a, Mare Tranquillitatis. 28.0 E, 0.2 N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4321HR

Oblique view of Mare Tranquillitatis. 24.7° E, 0.6° N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4323

Oblique view of Mare Tranquillitatis. 24.7 E, 0.5 N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4324

Oblique view of target of opportunity 112. 24.2 E, 0.3 S. 80mm.

AS10-29-4325

Vertical view of Mare Tranquillitatis. 24.0 E, 0.2 N. 80mm.

AS10-29-4326

Vertical view of Mare Tranquillitatis. 23.9 E, 0.2 N. 80mm.


Magazine Q-Black & White

AS10-29-4327

Oblique view of crater IX, target of opportunity 34. 138.5 E, 6.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4340

Oblique view of crater 216. 134.5 E, 4.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4344

Oblique view near craters 212 & 213. 124.0 E, 7.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4346

Oblique view near craters 212 & 213. 124.0 E, 7.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4349

Oblique view of crater 211-King, target of opportunity 46. 119.0 E, 5.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4354

Oblique view of crater 211-King, target of opportunity 46. 119.5 E, 4.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4356

Oblique view of crater 211-King, target of opportunity 46. 119.5 E, 4.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4365

Oblique view near crater 206. 115.0 E, 5.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4371

Oblique view near crater 202. 107.0 E, 0.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4372

Oblique view near crater 199, target of opportunity 55. 100.0 E, 4.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4379

Oblique view near the crater Jansky, target of opportunity 55. 91.0 E, 7.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4399

Oblique view of crater Neper. 85.0 E, 6.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4420

Oblique view of Mare Crisium, target of opportunity 70. 53.5 E, 10.5N. 250mm.

AS10-30-4437

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78. 37.5 E, 1.5 N, 250mm.

AS10-30-4450

Forward oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus, target of opportunity 123. 17.5 E, 5.0 N. 250mm.


Magazine R-Black & White

AS10-31-4521

Oblique view of crater Lubbock S. 40.1 E, 1.5 N. 80mm.

AS10-31-4528

Oblique view of Apollo landing site 1. 33.4 E, 1.7 N. 80mm.

AS10-31-4537HR

Vertical view of Apollo landing site 2. 24.6° E, 0.2° S. 80mm.

AS10-31-4538

Vertical view of target of opportunity 114, Apollo landing site 2. 23.8 E, 0.3 S. 80mm.

AS10-31-4546

Oblique view of Delambre. 16.2 E, 0.3 S. 80mm.

AS10-31-4572

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a. 33.2 E, 0.3 S. 250mm.

AS10-31-4574

Oblique view of Taruntius E & F. 40.5 E, 5.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4577

Oblique view of target of opportunity 76-Cauchy. 39.4 E, 7.9 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4580

Oblique view near Apollo landing site 1. 35.5 E, 3.7 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4587

Oblique view of target of opportunity 78a. 24.6 E, 0.9 S. 250mm.

AS10-31-4588

Oblique view over Mare Tranquillitatis. 33.2 E, 2.8 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4599

Oblique view of target of opportunity 107, Plinius on the horizon. 24.8 E, 14.8 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4601

Oblique view of target of opportunity 112. 24.5 E, 0.8 S. 250mm.

AS10-31-4623

Oblique view across Apollo landing site 2. 21.7 E, 0.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4629

Oblique view of Schmidt. 18.8 E, 1.0 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4630

Oblique view of Arago. 21.3 E, 6.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4638

Oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus, target of opportunity 123. 16.7 E, 5.6 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4640

Oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus, target of opportunity 123. 15.8 E, 5.7 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4642

Oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus, target of opportunity 123. 14.0 E, 6.4 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4644

Oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus and Silberschlag, target of opportunity 123. 13.7 E, 6.3 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4645

Oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus and Silberschlag, target of opportunity 123. 14.4 E, 6.7 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4646

Oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus and Silberschlag, target of opportunity 123. 13.3 E, 7.1 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4647

Oblique view of Godin, target of opportunity 128. 10.6 E, 2.1 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4648

Oblique view of Rima Hyginus. 8.5 E, 7.9 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4650

Oblique view of Rima Hyginus. 7.6 E, 8.1 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4652

Oblique view of Rima Hyginus. 6.6 E, 8.5 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4653

Oblique view of crater 221. 164.3 E, 10.2 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4657

Oblique view of crater 221. 163.2 E, 9.8 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4660

Oblique view of crater 218. 146.2 E, 6.1 N. 250mm.

AS10-31-4665

Oblique view of Basin IX. 143.1 E, 7.1 N. 250mm.


Magazine S-Black & White

AS10-32-4756

Oblique view of Sabine and target of opportunity 114. 22.0 E, 0.5 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4774

Vertical view of central highlands. 7.6 E, 0.0 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4775

Vertical view of central highlands. 6.7 E, 0.0 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4788

Oblique view of Oppolzer, target of opportunity 142. 2.5 W, 0.0 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4789

Oblique view of Oppolzer, target of opportunity 142. 3.9 W, 0.2 S. 80mm

AS10-32-4810

Oblique view of Rima Hyginus, targey of opportunity 123. 5.2 E, 9.5 N.80mm.

AS10-32-4816

Oblique view of Sinus Medii and Triesnecker, target of opportunity 123. 2.3 E, 8.2 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4817

Oblique view of Sinus Medii and Triesnecker, target of opportunity 123. 4.1 E, 4.5 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4819

Oblique view of Sinus Medii and Triesnecker, target of opportunity 123. 4.3 E, 5.2 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4820

Oblique view of Sinus Medii and Triesnecker, target of opportunity 123. 0.2 W, 10.4 N.80mm.

AS10-32-4821

Oblique view of Sinus Medii and Triesnecker, target of opportunity 123. 0.5 W, 8.3 N.80mm.

AS10-32-4822

Oblique view of Sinus Medii and Triesnecker, target of opportunity 123. 80mm.

AS10-32-4823

Oblique view of crater 302, target of opportunity 29. 162.2 E, 10.1 S. 80mm.

AS10-32-4824

Oblique view of crater 302, target of opportunity 29. 161.2 E, 9.3 S. 80mm.

AS10-32-4845HR

Vertical view of the crater Censorinus A. 32.2° E, 0.4° S. 80mm.

AS10-32-4855

Oblique view across Sinus Medii, Blagg and Bruce. 5.0 E, 0.4 N. 80mm.

AS10-32-4856

Oblique view across Sinus Medii, Blagg and Bruce. 2.5 E, 0.3 N. 80mm.


Magazine T-Black & White

AS10-33-4947

Vertical view highlands near Rhaeticus. 6.3 E, 1.2 N. 80mm.

AS10-33-4989

Oblique view of target of opportunity 45. 122.3 E, 5.0 S. 250mm.


Magazine M-Color

AS10-34-5010

Earth immediately after TLI. 80mm.

AS10-34-5011

S-IVB and LM'Snoopy' following the pitch around by the CSM 'Charlie Brown'. 80mm.

AS10-34-5013

Earth during TLC showing western USA and Mexico. 80mm

AS10-34-5026HR

Post TLI view of Earth, showing North Africa and the Sinai Pennisula. 250mm.

AS10-34-5027

Earth. North Africa. 250mm.

AS10-34-5057

View of the LM rendezvous radar following the T.P & D and separation from the S-IVB third stage. 80mm.

AS10-34-5066

View of the rendezvous window in the LM. 80mm.

AS10-34-5073

Oblique view across Moltke and Rima Hypatia. 24.2 E, 0.6 N. 80mm.

AS10-34-5085HR

LM 'Snoopy' following undocking in lunar orbit, prior to solo operations. The LM is being maneuvered to allow the CMP John Young to inspect it visually. 80mm.

AS10-34-5086

View of the LM 'Snoopy' during the post undocking inspection. 80mm.

AS10-34-5087

View of the LM 'Snoopy' during the post undocking inspection. 80mm.

AS10-34-5091

View of the LM 'Snoopy' during the post undocking inspection. 80mm.

AS10-34-5099

Oblique view of Moltke and Apollo landing site 2. 27.2 E, 0.7 N. 80mm.

AS10-34-5109

Oblique view of crater 217. 131.0 E, 0,5 N. 80mm.

AS10-34-5112

LM 'Snoopy' approaching the CSM 'Charlie Brown' during the rendezvous following solo operations. Oblique view of crater 282. 126.0 E, 2.0 N. 80mm.

AS10-34-5116

LM 'Snoopy' approaching the CSM 'Charlie Brown' during the rendezvous following solo operations. Oblique view of crater 282. 117.0 E, 2.0 N. 80mm.

AS10-34-5117

LM 'Snoopy' approaching the CSM 'Charlie Brown' during the rendezvous following solo operations. The LM is pitching down to position itself correctly for the final docking maneuvre by the CSM. 80mm.

AS10-34-5158

Oblique view of Apollo landing site 2. 23.7 E, 0.7 N. 250mm.

AS10-34-5162

Oblique view of Schmidt. 19.7 E, 0.7 N. 250mm.

AS10-34-5171

Oblique view of crater 302. 161.5 E, 5.0 S. 80mm.

AS10-34-5172

Oblique view of craters 300 and 302. 158.0 E, 6.0 S. 80mm.

AS10-34-5173

Oblique view of craters 300 and 301. 157.5 E, 9.0 S. 80mm.


Magazine U

AS10-35-5249

The moon seen from Apollo 10 soon after TEI burn to leave lunar orbit and commence the coast back to Earth.


 

Splashdown and recovery

AP10-69-H-838

Crew just after arrival on the recovery aircraft carrier USS Hornet.

AP10-S69-20490

John Young being assisted by recovery swimmers as he leaves the CM following splashdown.

AP10-S69-20544HR

Apollo 10 crew pause at the hatch of the recovery helicopter following recovery at transfer to the deck of the USS Hornet in the Pacific Ocean.

AP10-S69-20549

Tom Stafford addresses the USS Hornet crew following splashdown and recovery.

AP10-S69-20559

CM awaiting hoisting aboard recovery carrier USS Hornet.

AP10-S69-20621HR

A crewman is delivered to the hatch of the recovery helicopter following splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.

AP10-S69-20638HR

Crew egress the CM into a navy raft to await recovery by helicopter following splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.

AP10-S69-20796

John Young inspects the recovered CM along with the Captain of the recovery carrier USS Hornet.

AP10-S69-20803

John Young and Eugene Cernan inspect the CM aboard the recovery carrier USS Hornet.

AP10-S69-21036

Recovery helicopter '66' hovers above the CM whilst recovering the astronauts.

AP10-S69-21037HR

A crewman begins the ascent to the recovery helicopter following splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.

AP10-S69-36592

Recovery swimmers working at the open main hatch of the command module following splashdown.

AP10-S69-36594

Command module descending under the three main parachutes towards a spalshdown in the Pacific Ocean.

Crew laughing with recovery swimmer in the lift raft whilst awaiting the transfer to the recovery helicopter.

Crew laughing with recovery swimmer in the lift raft whilst awaiting the transfer to the recovery helicopter.

Crew walk across the red carpet on the recovery carrier USS Hornet.

Crew thank you portrait


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