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APOLLO PROGRAM
(October 11, 1968 -- December 19, 1972)

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APOLLO SATURN I

Sequence: Order of Flight; Mission; Crew Members; Date(s);
          Mission Duration (hr:min:sec)

 Apollo 7; Schirra, Eisele, Cunningham; Oct. 11 - 22, 1968 (260:09:03)

APOLLO SATURN V

Sequence: Order of Flight; Spacecraft; Crew Members; Date(s);
          Mission Duration (hr:min:sec)

 Apollo 8; Borman, Lovell, Anders; Dec. 21 - 27, 1968 (147:00:42)

 Apollo 9; McDivitt, Scott, Schweickart; March 3 - 13,1969 (241:00:54)

 Apollo 10; Stafford, Young, Cernan; May 18 - 26, 1969 (192:03:23)

 Apollo 11; Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin; July 16 - 24, 1969 (195:18:35)

 Apollo 12; Conrad, Gordon, Bean; Nov. 14 - 24, 1969 (244:36:24)

 Apollo 13; Lovell, Swigert, Haise; April 11 - 17, 1970 (142:54:41)

 Apollo 14; Shepard, Roosa, Mitchell; Jan. 31 - Feb. 9, 1971 (216:01:58)

 Apollo 15; Scott, Worden, Irwin; July 26 - Aug. 7, 1971 (295:11:53)

 Apollo 16; Young, Mattingly, Duke; April 16 - 27, 1972 (265:51:05)

 Apollo 17; Cernan, Evans, Schmitt; Dec. 7 - 19, 1972 (301:51:59)

Total: 11 Flights, 33 Astronauts Flown (including Apollo 7).**
       Total Flight Time: 2,502:00:37

   Note: The following information was culled from a number of reference sources, including the Space Shuttle Mission Chronology, NASA Historical Data Book, and the NASA Pocket Statistics.

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