Produntions & Locations of NASA Apollo SpacecraftEven 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.
Displayed Saturn VThere 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)|
|Infinity Science Center||S-IC-15 (Apollo 20)||none||none|
CSM : Command and Service Module
Exhibition place of Apollo 11 (CM-107)
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing in 2019, Apollo 11 command module CM-107 received a six-month refreshment from December 2016 to October 2017 at Repair Facility of Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center : Mary Baker Engen Restoration Hangar, annex of Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (NASM). Then, under the event name "Destination Moon", a two-year exhibition tour of the following American museums was held.
|Oct. 14, 2017 - Mar. 18, 2018||Space Center Houston (Texas)|
|Apr. 14, 2018 - Sep. 3, 2018||Saint Louis Science Center (Missouri)|
|Sep. 29, 2018 - Feb. 18, 2019||Senator John Heinz History Center (Pennsylvania)|
|Apr. 13, 2019 - Sep. 2, 2019||The Museum of Flight(Seattle)|
|Sep. 28, 2019 - Feb. 17, 2020||Cincinnati Museum Center(Ohio)|
From March 3, 2020, it will be exhibited at James S. McDonnell Space Hangar at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. Eventually, it will be exhibited in the permanent exhibition "Destination Moon", which will be completed in Smithsonian in 2022.