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    Apollo 13 Training-Used Apollo XIII LM-7 Flight Crew G&N Dictionary Book. A NASA-published book of 100+ pages printed on 5.5" x 8" lightweight card stock, three hole-punched and held together with binder rings. It is dated on the front cover: "January 5, 1970/ Revised March 9, 1970" and there is a handwritten "(21) LMS2" possibly indicating its placement in the Lunar Module Simulator. Numerous pages inside have handwritten annotations and data entries showing its use in the crew training process. Integral tabs separate the various sections of Guidance and Navigation information with titles such as "Stars, Prog," "Verbs," "Nouns," "Checklist Codes Alarms," "AGS Logic," and "AGS Prog," Rare and desirable in any form. Good condition with soiled front cover and evidence of heavy usage.

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    November, 2010
    17th Wednesday
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