Examine the Blueprints of the Vehicle that Put Man on the Moon
Built by Grumman the 1960’s, six Lunar Excursion Modules landed twelve American astronauts on the moon. Designed to fly in the vacuum of space, it didn’t need to be aerodynamic. Its boxy shape gave it the moniker of “The Bug” or "Spider” When disaster struck the crew of Apollo 13, LEM Aquarius was used as a “lifeboat” to return the astronauts home alive. Printed on 80 lb. stock, our digital blueprint depicts the LEM as it was used in space with all four legs deployed. The blueprint shows exterior views of all four sides as well as some cross-sections. The callouts for the major components are also listed.
Measures 18” H x 32” W. Ships rolled in a protective tube.
Note: The watermark visible in the above images (and in our catalog) DOES NOT appear on the actual product you receive.