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Apollo 10
Apollo 10 Lunar Module.jpg
Apollo 10's Lunar Module, Snoopy, approaches the Command/Service Module Charlie Brown for redocking
Mission type F
Operator NASA[1]
COSPAR ID CSM: 1969-043A
LM: 1969-043C
SATCAT № CSM: 3941
LM: 3948
Mission duration 8 days, 3 minutes, 23 seconds
Spacecraft properties
Spacecraft Apollo CSM-106
Apollo LM-4
Manufacturer CSM: North American Rockwell
LM: Grumman
Launch mass 98,273 pounds (44,576 kg)
Laundin mass 10,901 pounds (4,945 kg)
Crew
Crew size 3
Members Thomas P. Stafford
John W. Young
Eugene A. Cernan
Callsign CSM: Charlie Brown
LM: Snoopy
Start o mission
Launch date Not recognized as a date. Years must have 4 digits (use leading zeros for years < 1000). UTC
Rocket Saturn V SA-505
Launch steid Kennedy LC-39B
End o mission
Recovered bi USS Princeton
Landing date May 26, 1969, 16:52:23 (1969-05-26UTC16:52:24Z) UTC
Landing site 15°2′S 164°39′W / 15.033°S 164.650°W / -15.033; -164.650 (Apollo 10 splashdoun)
Orbital parameters
Reference seestem Selenocentric
Periselene 109.6 kilometers (59.2 nmi)
Aposelene 113.0 kilometers (61.0 nmi)
Inclination 1.2 degrees
Period 2 oors
Lunar orbiter
Spacecraft component Command/Service Module
Orbital insertion May 21, 1969, 20:44:54 UTC
Departit orbit May 24, 1969, 10:25:38 UTC
Orbits 31
Lunar orbiter
Spacecraft component Lunar Module
Orbits 4
Orbit parameters
Periselene 14.4 kilometers (7.8 nmi)
Docking with LM
Dockin date May 18, 1969, 20:06:36 UTC
Undockin date May 22, 1969, 19:00:57 UTC
Docking with LM Ascent Stage
Dockin date May 23, 1969, 03:11:02 UTC
Undockin date May 23, 1969, 05:13:36 UTC

Apollo-10-LOGO.png The Apollo 10 Prime Crew - GPN-2000-001163.jpg
Left to right: Cernan, Stafford, Young


Apollo program
← Apollo 9 Apollo 11

Apollo 10 wis the fowert manned mission in the Unitit States Apollo space programme, and the seicont (efter Apollo 8) tae orbit the Muin.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Orloff, Richard W. (September 2004) [First published 2000]. "Table of Contents". Apollo by the Numbers: A Statistical Reference. NASA History Division, Office of Policy and Plans. NASA History Series. Washington, D.C.: NASA. ISBN 0-16-050631-X. LCCN 00061677. NASA SP-2000-4029. Retrieved June 25, 2013.