References

1 Joseph Kerwin, JSC Oral History project transcript, 12 May 2000.

2 Apollo Vacuum Chamber Tests, Part 1: Apollo 2TV-1, Ed Hengeveld, Spaceflight 42 No. 3, March 2000, pp. 127-130, BIS; also the photo essay Spaceflight 45 No. 12, December 2003, pp. 506-507.

3 Lunar Receiving Laboratory Project History, Susan Mangus and William Larsen, NASA CR-2004-208938, June 2004.

4 Where No Man Has Gone Before: A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions, William David Compton, NASA Special Publication SP 4214, Washington, DC, 1989.

5 Private correspondence from Karl Henize to Dave Shayler 25 July 1983, 4 March 1988.

6 Joe Allen NASA Oral History transcripts, part one 28 January 2003, part two 16 March 2004.

7 AIS telephone interview with Tony England, 14 July 2005; Memo from A.W. England, Mission Scientist, CB, re comparison of science time available on LRV versus walking mission, filed in the NASA Apollo collection, University of Clear Lake, Houston, copy on file AIS archives.

8 NASA JSC Oral History, Dr. Harrison H. Schmitt interviewed by Carol Butler, Houston, 14 July 1999.

9 The Partnership: A History of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, Edward C. and Linda N. Ezell, NASA Special Publication SP 4209, Washington, DC, 1978.

10 Deke! US Manned Space: From Mercury to the Shuttle, previously cited.

11 A Field Trip to the Moon by H.H. Schmitt, NEEP602 Fusion Technology Institute Course Notes, 1996.

12 Harrison Schmitt's response to an audience question at the ''Apollo 17 Event'' in Hollywood, California, 7 December 2002.

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