H-Series Lunar Modules

The H series of Lunar Modules were the early landers: Apollo 11, 12, 13, and 14. These are just a few shots of the vehicle on display in the National Air and Space Museum... This was LM #2 (originally scheduled for the second unmanned flight test), but I believe it is painted to represent LM #5 (the Eagle of Apollo 11).

The second set of photos is of LM #9 hanging from the ceiling in the Apollo-Saturn V building at the Kennedy Space Center. LM #9 was designated for the original Apollo 15, but was canceled in favor of the extended duration mission (using the J-series LM) that was eventually flown.

LM exterior Gear lock LM exterior LM exterior
LM exterior Landing leg Underside LM exterior


This is LM #9, a LM very similar to the one used for Apollo 14. I apologize for the poor quality of some of these shots: I was shooting so fast that I didn't wait for the flash unit to completely recycle on some of them. Again, I blame sleep deprivation.



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Ninfinger self portrait
Sven Knudson, IPMS#32490
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