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written by Brian Dunbar
edited by Jeanne Ryba
This website describes all the Apollo missions, including the goals, the spacecraft equipment, the events of the mission, and the outcomes.  This website also includes links to information about unmanned Apollo test missions and other information.
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- Space Exploration
= Human Exploration
- Informal Education
- Reference Material
= Nonfiction Reference
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B. Dunbar, NASA: The Apollo Missions, edited by J. Ryba (2009), <>.
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Dunbar, B. (2009, November 6). NASA: The Apollo Missions. Retrieved February 26, 2024, from
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Dunbar, Brian. NASA: The Apollo Missions. Edited by Jeanne Ryba. November 6, 2009. (accessed 26 February 2024).
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Dunbar, Brian. NASA: The Apollo Missions. Ed. Ryba, Jeanne. 2009. 6 Nov. 2009. 26 Feb. 2024 <>.
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