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Last updated 2019-07-01
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At the time of each Apollo mission launch, NASA prepared a set of printed "as flown" stowage lists to document what items were to be stored on the spacecraft (both the Command Module and Lunar Module), which items were to be transferred from one to another before landing and after rendezvous in lunar orbit following the successful landing. Scanned copies of these typed lists
have long been available on line. In 2015 a project to create a fully searchable version was undertaken by the Smithsonian Institution’s Transcription Center
in order to make the list more useful to the NASM curatorial staff and to the public.
Allan Needell (Curator Emeritus, National Air and Space Museum)