[Kranz00] Kranz, Gene. Failure Is Not an Option.
Berkeley Publishing Group (New York): 2000.
[Reportsxx] Godwin, Robert, ed. The NASA Mission
Reports. (8 vols.) Apogee
Books (Burlington, Ont., Canada): 1999.
Comprising the press kits, declassified mission reports,
and transcripts of crew debriefings, these volumes are an absolute
necessity for anyone seriously investigating the Apollo missions.
Most valuable are the CD-ROMs containing documentary programs, raw
television footage, and every 70mm photograph taken on every
[Bate71] Bate, Roger R., Mueller, Donald D., and White,
Jerry E. Fundamentals of Astrodynamics. Dover Publications
(New York): 1971.
The first practical textbook for astrodynamics,
emphasizing the mathematical and geometrical principles behind actual
expected problems in satellite operations and interplanetary
[Hall96] Hall, Eldon C. Journey to the Moon: The History
of the Apollo Guidance Computer. American Institute of
Aeronautics and Astronautics (Reston, Va.): 1996.
This short book discusses the evolution of electronics and
computer technology during the early 1960s and its influence on the
design and construction of the computers carried aboard the Apollo
spacecraft. There are many references to papers published by the
computer designers documenting their innovations.