Produntions & Locations

Even now, we can visit real Apollo spacecrafts display on the Earth. I tried to collect the product numbers and display location of the APOLLO and Saturn boosters.
In the table, "Collision time of the moon" is the time received a signal on the ground. There is a delay of about 1.3 seconds from the actual time on the moon. A Field Guide to American Spacecraft

Displayed Saturn V

There are five places displaying Saturn V booster at present. All is in the US. Displayed with test module and production module made for Apollo 18, 19, 20.
display place First stage Second stage Third stage
Kennedy Space Center S-IC-T (Test module) S-II-14 (Apollo 19) S-IVB-514 (Apollo 19)
Johnson Space Center S-IC-14 (Apollo 19) S-II-15 (Apollo 20) S-IVB-513 (Apollo 18)
U.S. Space & Rocket Center S-IC-D (Test module) S-II-F/D (SA-500F) S-IVB-D (Test module)
National Air and Space Museum none none S-IVB-515 (Apollo 20)
Michoud Assembly Facility S-IC-15 (Apollo 20) none none

CSM : Command and Service Module

Serial#MissionLocationCommentsPhoto
S/C FVV SA-500F display on KSC as Saturn IB SA-209 SM had deteriorated and was replaced with new mock-up in 1993
CSM-009 AS-201 Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, NE Block 1
CSM-010 US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville , Alabama on Saturn V Block 1
CSM-011 AS-202 Dulles Int'l Airport, Washington, D.C. Block 1
CSM-012 Apollo 1 Fire, Not on Display. stowed at NASA Langley research center Block 1
CSM-014 AS-205(Canceled) Disassembled in parallel with the disassembly of CM-012 in the post-fire Apollo 1 investigation. Block 1
CSM-017 SA-501:Apollo 4 NASA John C. Stennis Space Center, Picayune, MS Block 1
CM-020, SM-014 SA-502:Apollo 6 Fernbank Science Center, Atlanta GA Block 1
CSM-101 AS-205:Apollo 7 Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, Texas Block 2
It was moved from National Museum of Science & Technology, Ottawa, Canada September 2004.
CSM-103 SA-503:Apollo 8 Chicago Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago, Illinois Block 2
CSM-104 (Gumdrop) SA-504:Apollo 9 Michigan Space Center, Jackson Community College, Jackson Michigan More about Michigan Space Center is HERE Block 2
This will be moved this(2004) spring to the San Diego Aerospace Museum.
CSM-105AV used in acoustic tests. Now in ASTP display National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C. Block 2
CSM-106 (Charlie Brown) SA-505:Apollo 10 Science Museum, London, England Block 2, Hatch located at Michigan Space and Science Center.
CSM-107 (Columbia) SA-506:Apollo 11 National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C. Block 2
CSM-108 (Yankee Clipper) SA-507:Apollo 12 Virginia Air & Space Center, Hampton, Virginia Block 2
CSM-109 (Odyssey) SA-508:Apollo 13 Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center. (formerly at Musee de l'Air, Paris, France) Block 2
CSM-110 (Kitty Hawk) SA-509:Apollo 14 Rockwell International, Downey, California or Astronaut Hall of Fame, Titusville, Florida In 2008, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of NASA, moved to Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Florida Block 2
CSM-112 (Endeavour) SA-510:Apollo 15 Air Force Museum , Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio Block 2
CSM-113 (Casper) SA-511:Apollo 16 US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville , Alabama Block 2
CSM-114 (America) SA-512:Apollo 17 Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, Texas Block 2
CSM-116 AS-206:Skylab 2 Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida Block 2
CSM-117 AS-207:Skylab 3 NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio Block 2
CSM-118 AS-208:Skylab 4 National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C. Block 2
CSM-111 AS-210:Apollo-Soyuz Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Florida Block 2

LM : Lunar Module

Serial#MissionLocationCommentsPhoto
LTA-10R SA-501:Apollo 4 LTA:Lunar Module Test Article
LTA-2R SA-502:Apollo 6
LTA-B SA-503:Apollo 8
LM-1 AS-204:Apollo 5 burned up in Earth's atmosphere Flew unmanned
LM-2 Not Used National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
LM-3 (Spider) SA-504:Apollo 9 burned up in Earth's atmosphere
LM-4 (Snoopy) SA-505:Apollo 10 In heliocentric orbit
LM-5 (Eagle) SA-506:Apollo 11 Ascent stage: injected into Lunar orbit and impact on the moon. Impact site unknown.
Descent stage: on Moon, Sea of Tranquillity(0.67409N,23.47298E)
LM-6 (Intrepid) SA-507:Apollo 12 Ascent stage: Impact on the moon. 20 November 1969 at 22:17:17.7UT. 3.94S, 21.20W. 1.68km/s 3.7 degree
Descent stage: on Moon, Ocean of Storms(3.01381S,23.41930W)
LM-7 (Aquarius) SA-508:Apollo 13 burned up in Earth's atmosphere April 17,1970
LM-8 (Antares) SA-509:Apollo 14 Ascent stage: Impact on the moon. February 7, 1971 at 00:45:25.7UT 3.42S, 19.67W. 1.68km/s 3.6 degree
Descent stage: on Moon, Fra Mauro(3.64544S,17.47139W)
LM-9 Not Used Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Florida
LM-10 (Falcon) SA-510:Apollo 15 Ascent stage: Impact on the moon. August 3, 1971 at 03:03:37.0UT 26.36N, 0.25E. 1.70km/s 3.2 degree
Descent stage: on Moon, Hadley-Apennine(26.13224N,3.63400E)
LM-11 (Orion) SA-511:Apollo 16 Ascent stage: Released April 24, 1972. loss of attitude control made targeted impact impossible. Impact site unknown.
Descent stage: on Moon, Descartes(8.97341S,15.49859E)
LM-12 (Challenger) SA-512:Apollo 17 Ascent stage: Impact on the moon. December 15, 1972 at 06:50:20.8UT 19.96N, 30.50E. 1.67km/s 4.9 degree
Descent stage: on Moon, Taurus-Littrow(20.18809N,30.77475E)
LM-13 Not used, (Apollo 18) The Cradle of Aviation Museum, Mitchel Field, Long Island Used for TV drama "FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON"
LM-14 Not used, (Apollo 19) Franklin Institute, Philadelphia
LM-15 Not used, (Apollo 20) Scrapped

IU : Instrument Unit

Serial#MissionLocationCommentsPhoto
S-IU-D UNKNOWN
S-IU-500F(=S-IU-200F) SA-500F UNKNOWN
S-IU-501 SA-501:Apollo 4
S-IU-502 SA-502:Apollo 6
S-IU-503 SA-503:Apollo 8 left on a ballistic trajectory to fly by the Moon and enter solar orbit with S-IVB-503N
S-IU-504 SA-504:Apollo 9 burned up in Earth's atmosphere with S-IVB-504
S-IU-505 SA-505:Apollo 10 left on a ballistic trajectory to fly by the Moon and enter solar orbit with S-IVB-505
S-IU-506 SA-506:Apollo 11 injected into heliocentric orbit with S-IVB-506
S-IU-507 SA-507:Apollo 12 injected into Earth orbit with S-IVB-507
S-IU-508 SA-508:Apollo 13 Impact on moon with S-IVB-508
S-IU-509 SA-509:Apollo 14 Impact on moon with S-IVB-509
S-IU-510 SA-510:Apollo 15 Impact on moon with S-IVB-510
S-IU-511 SA-511:Apollo 16 Impact on moon with S-IVB-511
S-IU-512 SA-512:Apollo 17 Impact on moon with S-IVB-512
S-IU-513 SA-513:Skylab 1 producted for Apollo 18
S-IU-514 Not used, (Apollo 19) UNKNOWN
S-IU-515 Not used, (Apollo 20) UNKNOWN

S-IVB : Third Stage

Serial#MissionLocationCommentsPhoto
S-IVB-D Dynamic Test Stage US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville , Alabama
S-IVB-S Production Cancelled
S-IVB-500F(=S-IVB-200F) SA-500F UNKNOWN
S-IVB-501 SA-501:Apollo 4
S-IVB-502 SA-502:Apollo 6
S-IVB-503 destroyed on test stand
S-IVB-503N SA-503:Apollo 8 left on a ballistic trajectory to fly by the Moon and enter solar orbit
S-IVB-504 SA-504:Apollo 9 burned up in Earth's atmosphere
S-IVB-505 SA-505:Apollo 10 left on a ballistic trajectory to fly by the Moon and enter solar orbit
S-IVB-506 SA-506:Apollo 11 injected into heliocentric orbit.
S-IVB-507 SA-507:Apollo 12 injected into Earth orbit.
S-IVB-508 SA-508:Apollo 13 Impact on the moon Impact on April 15, 1970 at 01:09:41.0UT 2.75S 27.86W. 2.58km/s 76 degree
S-IVB-509 SA-509:Apollo 14 Impact on the moon Impact on February 4, 1971 at 07:40:55.4UT 8.09S 26.02W. 2.54km/s 69 degree
S-IVB-510 SA-510:Apollo 15 Impact on the moon Impact on July 29, 1971 at 20:58:42.9UT 1.51S 11.81W. 2.58km/s 62 degree
S-IVB-511 SA-511:Apollo 16 Impact on the moon Impact on April 19, 1972 at 21:02:04UT 1.3N 23.8W. 2.5-2.6km/s 79 degree
S-IVB-512 SA-512:Apollo 17 Impact on the moon Impact on December 10, 1972 at 20:32:42.3UT 4.21S 12.31W. 2.55km/s 55 degree
S-IVB-513 Not used, (Apollo 18) Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, Texas
S-IVB-514 Not used, (Apollo 19) Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Florida
S-IVB-515 Not used, (Apollo 20) National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C. converted into Skylab Orbital Workshop backup hardware
S-IVB-212 SA-513:Skylab 1 burned up in Earth's atmosphere

S-II : Second Stage

Serial#MissionLocationCommentsPhoto
S-II-F/D SA-500F US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville , Alabama
S-II-D Production Cancelled S-II-S/D used instead
S-II-S/D Structural and Dynamic Test Vehicle destroyed in test stand September 29, 1965
S-II-T Structural and Dynamic Test Vehicle destroyed in an explosion while being tested May 28, 1966
S-II-1 SA-501:Apollo 4
S-II-2 SA-502:Apollo 6
S-II-3 SA-503:Apollo 8
S-II-4 SA-504:Apollo 9
S-II-5 SA-505:Apollo 10
S-II-6 SA-506:Apollo 11
S-II-7 SA-507:Apollo 12
S-II-8 SA-508:Apollo 13
S-II-9 SA-509:Apollo 14
S-II-10 SA-510:Apollo 15
S-II-11 SA-511:Apollo 16
S-II-12 SA-512:Apollo 17
S-II-13 SA-513:Skylab 1 Producted for Apollo 18
S-II-14 Not used, (Apollo 19) Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Florida
S-II-15 Not used, (Apollo 20) Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, Texas

S-IC : First Stage

Serial#MissionLocationCommentsPhoto
S-IC-C mockup UNKNOWN Wooden mockup built at MSFC to map wiring harness length
S-IC-T All systems test stage Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Florida
S-IC-F SA-500F UNKNOWN One F-1 engine and four mass simulators were installed, last seen at MSFC
S-IC-D Dynamic Test Stage US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville , Alabama One F-1 engine and four mass simulators were installed
S-IC-S Structural Test Stage UNKNOWN no engines installed
S-IC-1 SA-501:Apollo 4 impact on Atlantic Ocean
S-IC-2 SA-502:Apollo 6 impact on Atlantic Ocean
S-IC-3 SA-503:Apollo 8 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point 353.462nmi downrange, 30.24N , 74.109W
S-IC-4 SA-504:Apollo 9 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point, 346.635nmi downrange, 30.183N 74.238W
S-IC-5 SA-505:Apollo 10 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point, 348.8nmi downrange, 30.188N 74.207W
S-IC-6 SA-506:Apollo 11 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point, 357.1nmi downrange, 30.212N 74.038W
S-IC-7 SA-507:Apollo 12 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point, 365.2nmi downrange, 30.273N 73.895W
S-IC-8 SA-508:Apollo 13 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point, 355.3nmi downrange, 30.177N 74.065W
S-IC-9 SA-509:Apollo 14 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point, 351.7nmi downrange, 29.835N 74.042W
S-IC-10 SA-510:Apollo 15 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point 368.8nmi downrange, 29.42N 73.653W
S-IC-11 SA-511:Apollo 16 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point 351.6nmi downrange, 30.207N 74.147W
S-IC-12 SA-512:Apollo 17 impact on Atlantic Ocean impact point 356.6nmi downrange, 28.219N 73.878W
S-IC-13 SA-513:Skylab 1 impact on Atlantic Ocean Producted for Apollo 18
S-IC-14 Not used, (Apollo 19) Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, Texas
S-IC-15 Not used, (Apollo 20) NASA Michoud Assembly Facility, LA

SpaceShuttle

Serial#NameLocationMuseum debutCommentsPhoto
OV-101 Enterprise Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum New York, New York July 19, 2012 Enterprise(OV-101)(NASA)
OV-099 Challenger (Crew and Vehicle lost during launch Jan.28.1986 STS-51-L) Challenger (STA-099, OV-99)(NASA)
OV-102 Columbia (Crew and Vehicle lost during re-entry Feb.01.2003 STS-107) Columbia (OV-102)(NASA)
OV-103 Discovery National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Chantilly, Virginia April 19, 2012 Discovery (OV-103)(NASA)
OV-104 Atlantis KSC Visitor Complex Kennedy Space Center, Florida Summer 2013 Atlantis (OV-104)(NASA)
OV-105 Endeavour California Science Center Los Angeles, California October 2012 Endeavour (OV-105)(NASA)
Delivering and Displaying SPACE SHUTTLES (collectSPACE)