|Welcome to the Apollo Analyst's Notebook|
NASA's Apollo Lunar Program was established with the joint objectives of
developing space technology, and increasing scientific understanding of
the Moon. Twenty-two manned and eleven unmanned missions were launched
between 1961 and 1972, with six successful manned missions to the lunar
surface. The landed missions focused on in-depth scientific exploration
of the lunar surface.
The Apollo Analyst's Notebook is a tool for accessing Apollo data. The Notebook contains both data archived by the Planetary Data System (PDS) and links to external data sources. New data will be added to the notebook as they are restored. The science community is the intended audience.
|Apollo Landing Sites - Image Credit: NASA|