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Click here to see large photo of an Apollo integrated systems schematic.

During the pioneer era of manned space exploration, thousands of internal technical documents detailed the design, functions, and characteristics of all facets of manned spacecraft, boosters, and related systems. These artifacts remain fascinating reminders of an historic era. The above technical functional schematic is a General Electric Corporation diagram of the caution and warning system of the Apollo command module spacecraft. The lower portion of the sketch shows the warning lights positioned on the astronaut display panels.


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