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Apollo 1
Apollo 1
Launch Date: January 27, 1967
8:31 AM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn B1
Crew: Commander: Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom,
Command Module Pilot: Edward H. White, Lunar Module Pilot: Roger B.
Chaffee
Apollo 7
Apollo 7
Launch Date: October 11, 1968
11:03am EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn 1B
Crew: Commander: Walter M. Schirra,Jr.
Command Service Module Pilot: Donn F. Eisele
Lunar Module Pilot: Walter Cunningham
Apollo 8
Apollo 8
Launch Date: December 21, 1968
7:51 a.m. EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn-V
Crew: Frank Borman: Commander
James A. Lovell, Jr.
William A. Anders
Apollo 9
Apollo 9
Launch Date: March 3,1969
11:00 AM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: James A. McDivitt,
Command Service Module Pilot: David R. Scott,
Lunar Module Pilot: Russell L. Schweickart
Apollo 10
Apollo 10
Launch Date: May 18, 1969
12:49 PM EDT
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander: Thomas P. Stafford,
Command Service Module Pilot: John W. Young, Lunar Module Pilot: Eugene A. Cernan
Apollo 11
Apollo 11
Launch Date: July 16, 1969
9:32 AM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander: Neil A. Armstrong,
Command Service Module Pilot: Michael Collins
Lunar Module Pilot:
Edwin E. Aldrin Jr
Apollo 12
Apollo 12
Launch Date: November 14, 1969
11:22 AM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander: Charles Conrad, Jr.
Command Service Module Pilot: Richard F. Gordon,
Jr. Lunar Module Pilot: Alan L. Bean
Apollo 13
Apollo 13
Launch Date: April 11, 1970
2:13 PM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander: James A. Lovell, Jr.
Command Service Module Pilot: John L. Swigert, Jr.
Lunar Module Pilot: Fred W. Haise, Jr.
Apollo 14
Apollo 14
Launch Date: January 31, 1971
4:03 PM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander: Alan B. Shepard,
Command Service Module Pilot: Stuart
A. Roosa,
Lunar Module Pilot: Edgar
D. Mitchell
Apollo 15
Apollo 15
Launch Date: July 26, 1971
9:34 AM EDT
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander.- David R. Scott,
Command Service Module Pilot: Alfred
M. Worden,
Lunar Module Pilot: James B. Irwin
Apollo 16
Apollo 16
Launch Date: April 16, 1972
12:54 PM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander:
John W. Young
Command Service Module Pilot:
Thomas K. Mattingly
Lunar Module Pilot: Charles M. Duke, Jr.
Apollo 17
Apollo 17
Launch Date: December 7, 1972
10:33 AM EST
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V
Crew: Commander: Eugene A. Cernan,
Command Service Module Pilot:
Ronald E. Evans, Lunar Module Pilot:
Hanison H. Schmitt

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