|Mission Number: AS-504||3-13 March 1969|
James McDivitt , Commander
David Scott , CSM Pilot
Russell Schweickart , LM Pilot
Charles Conrad, Commander
Richard Gordon, CSM Pilot
Alan Bean, LM Pilot
Location: John F. Kennedy Space Center
Date: 3 March 1969
Time: 16:00:00 UTC
Mission Duration: 10 days, 1 hours, 1 minutes, 0 seconds
Max. Altitude: 119.3 statute miles
EVA#1: 1 hours, 7 minutes
EVA#2: 1 hours, 1 minutes
Date: 13 March 1969
Time: 17:01:00 UTC
Location: Atlantic Ocean (23° 12.5' N, 67° 56' W)
Vessel: USS Guadalcanal (LPH-7)
First manned flight of all lunar hardware in Earth orbit. First manned flight of the Lunar Module. The CSM performed docking and undocking exercises with the LM. Schweickart had 37 minutes of EVA. Scott participated in what is referred to as a "stand up EVA".
The Command and Service Module (CSM) was named Gumdrop, and the Lunar Module (LM) was named Spider.
The Apollo 9 command module is on loan from the National Air and Space Museum to the San Diego Aerospace Museum in San Diego, CA.
Launch was by Saturn V.
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