The Apollo missions were a series of space missions, both manned and unmanned, flown by NASA between 1961 and 1975. They culminated with a series of manned moon landings between 1969 and 1972.
The Apollo program used four types of launch vehicles:
The Marshall Space Flight Center, which designed the Saturn rockets, referred to the flights as Saturn-Apollo (SA), while Kennedy Space Center referred to the flights as Apollo-Saturn (AS). This is why the unmanned Saturn 1 flights are referred to as SA and the unmanned Saturn 1B are referred to as AS. Dates given below are dates of launch.
Pad abort tests
Little Joe II
Unmanned Apollo-Saturn IB and Saturn V
Canceled lunar missions
Post-Apollo missions using Apollo hardware and Saturn IB
Launch Complex utilization
Published - July 2009
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