July 26. 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B, a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High School Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in Rocket Park here at the Space and Rocket Center. Under the direction of Flight Doirector. Frank Putman. the Primary crew is Plight Commander Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot. Patrick Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot. Bill Klieber.

3:20 AM - Apollo 15B Crew is awaken

3:45 AM - Crew arrives at the Space and Rocket Center

4:00 AM - Breakfast held for astronauts in Center's Astro Bar

5:00 AM - Final Medical Examation, Suit-up 6:30 AM - Enter the Capsule

8:34 AM - Launch of Apollo 15B

8:45 AM - Parking Orbit

11:30 AM - Translunar injection

12:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems

1:00 PM - Lunch

3:15 PM - Hold - System Check

6:30 PM - Dinner

7:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems

8:29 PM - Mid-Course Correction

9:30 PM - Hold - Check Systems

11:30 PM - Astronauts Sleep


July 27, 1971

THE FLIGHT 0F APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B, a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High School Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock·-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicles located in the Rocket Park here at the Space and Rocket Center. Under the direction of Flight Director, Frank Putman, the primary crew is Flight Commander, Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot, Patrick Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot, Bill Klieber.

7:30 AM - Crew is awaken
8:00 AM - Ground Crew Switch
8: 15 AM - Breakfast
8:35 AM - Hold - Check Systems
l0:00 AM - EVA starts (Extra Vehicular Activity)
10:15 AM - EVA Close Out
12:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems
12:20 PM - Lunch
3:29 PM - Midcourse Correction
6:00 PM - Supper
7:00 PM - Check Systems
10:30 PM - Sleep

If you have any question concerning Apollo 15B, please feel free to ask Mission Control for 15B in the lobby here at the Alabama Soace and Rocket Center.


July 28, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High School Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Park here at the Space and Rocket Center. Vnder the direction of Flight Director, Frank Putman, the primary crew is Flight Commander, Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot, Patrick Collins and Lunar Module Pilot, Bill Klieber.

7:30 AM - The Crew of Apollo 15B is awaken
8:00 AM - Hold - Check System.
9:00 AM - Service Propulsion Systems (SPS) Burns
9:30 AM - Breakfast
12:00 AM - Hold - Check Systems
12:30 PM -.Lunch
3:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems
5:05 PM - Midcourse Correction 3
6;30 PM - Dinner
7:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems
8:15 PM - Astronomy Experiments
10:00 PM - Sleep

If you have any question concerning the Flight of Apollo 15B, please feel free to ask Mission Control for 15B in the lobby, here at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center.


July 29, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High School Aerospace Team. The team is using special mockups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Perk here at the Space and Rocket Center. Under the direction of Flight Director Frank Putman, the primary crew is Flight Commander Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot Patrick Collins and Lunar Module Pilot Bill Klieber.

7:30 AM The Crew of Apollo 158B is awaken
8:00 AM - Hold - Check Systems
8:45 AM - Breakfast is served to the Astronauts
9:30 AM - Capsule Cleanup
11:30 AM - Hold - Check Systems
12:30 PM.. Lunch
3:15 PM - Hold - Check Systems
5:05 PM - MidCourse Corrections 4
6:30 PM - Dinner
8:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems
10:30 PM - Sleep

If you have any question concerning the Flight of Apollo 15B, please feel free to ask Mission Control for 15B in the lobby, here at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center.


August 2, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Park here at the space and Rocket Center. Under the direction of Flight Director Frank Putman, The primary crew is Flight Commander Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot Patrick Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot Bill Kleiber.

12:11 PM - Liftoff from the Moon
1:00 PM - Lunch
2:09 PM - CSM/LM- Docking
5.04 PM - Crew transfer
5:55 PM - LM Jetteson
6:24 PM - Dinner
8:05 PM - LM Impact
8:19 PM - Rest

If you have any questions concerning the flight of Apollo 15B, feel free to ask Mission Control for 15B here in the Lobby.


August 3, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Park here at the Center. Under the direction of Frank Putman, Flight Director, the primary crew is Flight Commander Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot Patrick Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot Bill Klieber.

7:00 AM - Awaken
8:15 AM - Breakfast
8:45 AM - Hold - Check Systems
9:00 AM - Clean Capsule
12:00 noon - Lunch
12:35 PM - Hold - Check Systems
1:30 PM - Lunar Geography experiments
4:13 PM - Telemetry update
6:30 PM - Dinner
8:15 PM - Astronomy Erperiments
10:00 PM - Sleep

If you have any questions concerning the flight of Apollo 15B, feel free to ask Mission Control for 15B in ttle Lobby at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center.


August 4, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High School Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Park here at the Center. Under the direction of Flight Director Frank Putman, the primary crew is Flight Commander Paul Chllds, Command Maudle Pilot Patrick Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot, Bill Klieber.

7:30 AM- Awake
8:00 AM - Breakfast
9:30 AM - Hold - Check Systems
10:00 AM - Clean Capsule
12:00 Noon - Lunch
1:08 PM - Lunar Geography
3:10 PM - Subsattelite Launching
4:30 PM - Trans Earth Injection
6:30 PM - Dinner

If you have any questions concerning the flight of Apollo 15B, free to ask Mission Control far 15B in the Lobby, here at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center.


August 5, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of Apollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the Apollo spacecraft and LuMr Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Park here at the Center. Under the direction of Flight Director Frank Putman, the primary crew is Flight Commander Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot Patrick Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot Bill Klieber.

7:35 AM - Crew is Awaken
8:00 AM - Breakfast
10:29 AM - In flight EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity)
12:24 PM - Lunch
1:00 PM - Hold - Check Systems
6:30 PM - Dinner
7:00 PM - Hold
10:00 PM - Sleep

If you have any questions concerning the flight of Apollo 15B, feel free to ask Mission Control for 15B in the lobby, here at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center.


August 6, 1971

THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 15B

The flight of ipollo 15B is a simulated flight of Apollo 15, being conducted in its entirety by the Butler High Aerospace Team. The team is using special mock-ups of the npollo spacecraft and Lunar Roving Vehicle located in the Rocket Park at the Center. Under the direction of Flight Director Frank Putman, the primary crew is Flight Commander Paul Childs, Command Module Pilot Patrick Collins, and Lumr Module Pilot William Klieber.

8:00 AM - Awake
8:10 AM - Breakfast
9:00 AM - Hold
10:00 AM - Clean Crpsule
12:14 PM - Lunch
1:00 PM - Hold
2:00 PM - Sun Astromony Experiments
5:32 PM - Midcourse Correction
6:30 PM - Dinner
7:00 PM - Hold
10:00 PM - Sleep

If you have any questions concerning the Flight of Apollo 15B, feel free to ask mission control for 15B in the lobby, here at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center.