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    NASA Apollo LM-4 Operations and LM Data Books. Two huge volumes bound inside green pressboard, as follows: Apollo Operations Handbook Lunar Module 4 Volume 1. LMA790-3-LM4, dated June 15, 1968. From Grumman comes a wealth of information about the first Lunar Module to fly to the moon, known as Snoopy. Hundreds of heavily-illustrated pages (2.5" thick) with many pull-out charts. Rarely offered. Very fine condition. CSM/LM Spacecraft Operational Data Book Volume II LM Data Book Part 1. SNA-8-D-027(II)REV1, dated March 15, 1969. Another 2.5" thick volume prepared by Grumman with hundreds of pages, many illustrated, a treasure trove of technical data about the Lunar Module. Both these books are from the estate of John W. Coursen, Engineering Manager on this project for Grumman. Very fine condition.

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