The Apollo Program, A Personal Journal: Apollo Guidance Computer

The first task I was assigned in October of 1968 was to determine exactly how the onboard autopilot was supposed to operate during reentry, and that meant digging through the inner workings of the Apollo Guidance Computer itself.

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  1. Hi, my Dad designed the wiring harness described in one of your articles. It was for the Apollo DSKY keypad. I have some of his documentation from the project at Raytheon.

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