National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NASA History Division
with Frank O'Brien, Tim Brandt, Lennie Waugh, Ken MacTaggart, Andrew Vignaux, Ian Roberts, Robin Wheeler, Rob McCray, Mike Jetzer, Alexandr Turhanov and Ben Feist
Welcome to the Apollo Flight Journal, the companion to the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal. Like the Surface Journal, it is intended to be a resource for all those interested in the Apollo flights to the Moon, whether in a passing or scholarly capacity.
The journal presently covers eleven human flights of the Apollo program, relating the parts of the missions not on the lunar surface. As a "living document" it will continue to grow and evolve.
In addition to the mission-specific documentation available on each journal's site, the AFJ includes scanned documents relevant to all missions.
New on the Apollo 11 Flight Journal
Analysis of Handwritten Notes Inside the Cabin of Apollo 11 Spacecraft CM-107 "Columbia"
Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum,
The sextant mount with Michael Collins's tribute to the spacecraft. (NASM image)
Correspondence regarding corrections, additions and typographic errors are welcome and should be sent to David Woods at . The most recent updates to the Journal are listed in the updates file.
In an attempt to convey the essence of the AFJ to a wider readership, a book by W. David Woods is available.
How Apollo Flew to the Moon
The corrected transcript, commentary, and other text incorporated in the Apollo Flight Journal is protected by copyright. No portion of the Journal may be reproduced or copied onto any medium (except as required by browsing software) without express permission from the authors. Specifically, the unauthorized creation of personal copies, or of copies for sale is prohibited. Unauthorized commercial use of the Apollo Flight Journal is prohibited; and the commercial use of the name or likeness of any of the astronauts without his express permission is prohibited.
The United States Government retains a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce the published form of the Apollo Flight Journal, or to allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes.
Unless otherwise stated, these files are copyright © 1998 - 2017. W. David Woods.
Last updated 2017-02-10