The Apollo Lunar Module, or simply Lunar Module (LM, pronounced "lem"), originally designated the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM), was the lander spacecraft that was flown from lunar orbit to the Moon's surface during the U.S. Apollo program.It was the first crewed spacecraft to operate exclusively in the airless vacuum of space, and remains the only crewed vehicle to land anywhere beyond Earth. Welcome to our selection of Caravan and Motorhome Control Panels, where you’ll find a variety of high quality Control Panels. Member; Posts: 5; Liked: 0; Likes Given: 0; Lunar Module Control Panels « on: 12/21/2010 03:28 pm » Hi there, I wonder if any of You could provide an exact dimensions of the Lunar Module control panels?

Author Topic: Lunar Module Control Panels (Read 2765 times) Maquis. What Virtual AGC Is Not In and of itself, Virtual AGC is not a full-fledged flight simulator, nor a lunar-lander simulator, nor even a behavioral simulation of the Apollo Lunar Module (LM) or Command-Module (CM) control panels. From basic battery level indicators and battery chargers to full on Power Supply Units and even complete Power Management Systems with everything you need to get going, we have it covered below.

Proceed to download links. It had two positions, NORM and AUX; it would be set to NORM to put it on the usual power supply.

One particular semi-famous example is the switch controlling the power supply for a module called the Signal Conditioning Equipment (SCE), which was necessary for sending telemetry from the spacecraft to mission control. From one source I got numbers like 30,5 inches long for an attached panel 3, but for some reason it seems a bit … Lunar Module Propulsion Summary • Define the systems for LM Propulsion and control • List the times during the mission at which each system was used • Describe the basic components and operation of the – DPS –APS –LM RCS Lunar Module Reaction Control SystemControl System (LM RCS) Ascent Propulsion System (APS) Descent Propulsion System I eventually pasted them together to create a single graphic containing the Apollo 13 Command Module control panel. During the launch of Apollo 12, a lightning strike caused the SCE to glitch out. Command Module Main Control Panel from Apollo Operations Handbook Block II Spacecraft (October 15, 1969) Detailed, sectional scans of the above panel are available via the links below: Simply click on a product for more information.

Apollo Command Module Main Display (Apollo 13) During one of my visits to the University of Alabama in Huntsville archives, I scanned the "Main Display Console" pages from the Saturn V Flight Manual SA-508.