Apollo 11

Apollo 11
Crew: Neil Armstrong (Commander), Michael Collins (Command Module Pilot), Edwin Aldrin (Lunar Module Pilot)

Command and Service Module: CSM-107, “Columbia”
Lunar Module: LM-5, “Eagle”
Launch Vehicle: Saturn V, SA-506
Earth Launch Date: July 16, 1969
Earth Launch Site: Kennedy Space Center, Pad 39A
Moon Landing Date: July 20, 1969
Moon Landing Site: Mare Tranquilitatis
Moon Launch Date: July 21, 1969
Earth Landing Date: July 24, 1969
Earth Landing Site: North Pacific Ocean
Mission Duration: 8 days, 3 hours, 18 minutes
Primary Mission Objectives: Land on the Moon, deploy lunar surface experiments package, collect lunar samples
Mission Highlights: While the Lunar Module missed its intended landing site on the Moon, and experienced some minor problems during the descent, it nevertheless experienced a smooth and safe landing. During their two and half hours walking on the Moon, Armstrong and Aldrin collected a variety of lunar samples to bring back to Earth as well as set up a number of devices that would conduct experiments on the surface of the Moon.

Apollo 10
Apollo Applications Program