Apollo Missions: Lunar Module (Technical Diagram & Cross Section)
Recreated from official NASA sources, this poster is one of a series covering numerous configurations and stages of the Apollo vehicles and missions.
This particular artwork focuses on the Lunar Module, the portion of the spacecraft that would land on the moon and return two astronauts back to the orbiting Command and Service module. The module is annotated to show key structures and stowage locations as well as give an idea of the scale by including a crew member.
The upper portion of the poster shows the ascent stage (which returns from the lunar surface) whilst the lower portion shows the descent stage used to safely land on the moon.
The contents of these posters come directly from scans of the original NASA paperwork in the 1960s and 70s. As a result, there may be small artifacts or distortions present in the line art which are a result of the scanning process. The most jarring of these have been repaired using fonts and line rendering accurate to that which was available at the time. That said: Some imperfections have been left in place to preserve the authentic feeling of the poster and original quirks of the typesetting.
The original work on which these posters are based remains property of NASA, no copyright or endorsement is asserted.
Size guide - The prints are measured in inches, so any corresponding frames should be too. For a rough idea of size:
12×18 is approximately A3
18×24 is approximately A2
24×36 is approximately A1
All posters come with a tracking code so you can make sure they do not deviate from their flight plan as they make their way to you.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Shipped rolled in tube for protection