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TECHNICAL REPORTS, JOURNALS, HANDBOOKS AND PAPERS
NASA 1965 Summer Conference on Lunar Exploration and Science, Falmouth, Massachusetts, 19-31 July, 1965. NASA SP-88, Washington, D.C., 1965.
1967 Summer Study of Lunar Science and Exploration. NASA SP-157, Washington, D.C., 1967.
Lunar Rover Operations Handbook. The Boeing Company, LRV Systems Engineering, Huntsville, Alabama, 19 April 1971.
LRV Operations Handbook Appendix A (Performance Data), Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. Revision 1, 19 April 1971.
Lunar Roving Vehicle - Apollo XVII. The Boeing Company, 1972.
Back to the Future: Applying Thermal Control Experiences On Apollo Lunar Rover Project To Rovers for Future Space Exploration. Online document, copyright Ronald A. Creel. http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/lrv_therma-l_alsj.pdf
Catalog of Apollo Experiment Packages. Thomas A. Sullivan, NASA Reference Publication 1317, January 1994.
A Brief History of the Lunar Roving Vehicle. Marshall Space Flight Center, 3 April 2002.
Technical reports, journals, handbooks and papers 297
Lunar Roving Vehicle Navigation System Performance Review. Ernest C. Smith & William C. Mastin, NASA Technical Note TN D-7469, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, November 1973.
The Effects of Lunar Dust on EVA Systems During the Apollo Missions. James R. Gaier, Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio. NASA TM-2005-213610, March 2005.
Apollo 15 Final Lunar Surface Procedures. Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. 9 July 1971.
Apollo 16 Final Lunar Surface Procedures. Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. 16 March 1972.
Apollo 17 Final Lunar Surface Procedures. Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas.
On the Moon with Apollo 15: A Guidebook to Hadley Rille and the Apennine Mountains. Gene Simmons, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, June 1971.
On the Moon with Apollo 16: A Guidebook to the Descartes Region. Gene Simmons, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, April 1972.
On the Moon with Apollo 17: A Guidebook to Taurus-Littrow. Gene Simmons, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, December 1972.
A Study and Analysis of the MSFC Lunar Roving Vehicle Dust Profile Test Program. C. Howard Mullins, Bureau of Engineering Research Report No. 139-92. College of Engineering, University of Alabama, November 1971.
Mobility Performance of the Lunar Roving Vehicle: Terrestrial Studies - Apollo 15 Results. Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA Technical Report TR R401, December 1972.
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Ground-Commanded Television Assembly (GCTA) Operation and Checkout Manual. RCA Government and Commercial Systems, Astro-Electronics Division, Princeton, New Jersey, January 1972.
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Shooting the Apollo Moonwalks. Sam Russell, PDF document.
LRV Real Time Support Program Plan - Apollo 15. Huntsville Operations Support Center internal document, 19 May 1971.
AS-511 HOSC Lunar Rover Vehicle Technical Support Team Procedures Plan. IBM Corporation, Huntsville, Alabama, 1 February 1972.
The Geologic Investigation of the Taurus-Littrow Valley: Apollo 17 Landing Site. Geologic Survey Professional Paper 1080. Washington, D.C., 1981.
Johnson Space Center Oral History Project. Oral History Transcript of interview with Harrison H. "Jack" Schmitt by Carol Butler, Houston, Texas, 14 July 1999 and 16 March 2000.
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PRESS KITS, MISSION REPORTS, TECHNICAL DEBRIEFINGS AND PRELIMINARY SCIENCE REPORTS
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MSC-05161, December 1971. Apollo 16 Mission Report. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas.
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Apollo 15 Technical Crew Debriefing. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston,
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