Indiana University

Remembering Apollo 11 : the 30th anniversary data archive CD-ROM, 1969-1999 / National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Collection of hard-to-find technical data and information, retrospective analysis, annotated bibliography, and history of lunar-orbit rendezvous concept, biographies of astronats and others, video and audio clips, and photo galleries.

United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration. History Office. ; Project Apollo (U.S.)
Washington, D.C : NASA History Office, Office of Policy and Plans, NASA Headquarters[1999]

System Details :

System recommendations for Macintosh: Power Macintosh computer; 16MB of RAM; Apple System Software version 7.1 or later.
System recommendations for Windows: 486 or Pentium processor-based, multimedia-compliant personal comptuter (level 2); 16MB of RAM; Microsoft Windows 95 or NT4.0; Sound Blaster; protected mode CD-ROM driver; mouse required.
QuickTime 3.0 extension, Netscape 4.0 or Internet Explorer 4.0, (included on disc); 16-bit color display monitor; and double speed or faster CD-ROM drive (needed for both systems).

Notes :

Title from CD-ROM label.
"July 1999."

Subject Headings :

Project Apollo (U.S.)
Moon -- Exploration

Record Info :


Indiana University Catalog Information

NAS 1.86: AP 4/2/CD

Users should start by reading the readme file, Read_me.rtf. Then user should open the start_here directory and open the start.htm file.

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