Apollo: Where are they now?
Current locations of the Apollo Command Module Capsules
(and Lunar Module crash sites)
The Apollo Command Module Capsules are on display at various sites throughout the U.S.
and the world. The Apollo Lunar Modules were deliberately targeted to impact the Moon
to provide artificial moonquake sources for seismic experiments. The list below gives
the locations of these displays and impacts.
Fernbank Science Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, Texas
Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois
Command Module "Gumdrop"
San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Diego, California
Command Module "Charlie Brown"
Science Museum, London, England
Lunar Module "Snoopy"
In heliocentric orbit
Command Module "Columbia"
The National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.
Lunar Module "Eagle"
Command Module "Yankee Clipper"
Jettisoned from the Command Module on 21 July 1969 at 23:41 UT (7:41 PM EDT)
Impact site unknown
Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, Virginia
Lunar Module "Intrepid"
Command Module "Odyssey"
Impacted Moon 20 November 1969 at 22:17:17.7 UT (5:17 PM EST)
3.94 S, 21.20 W
Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, Kansas
(formerly at Musee de l'Air, Paris, France)
Lunar Module "Aquarius"
Command Module "Kitty Hawk"
Burned up in Earth's atmosphere 17 April 1970
Visitor's Center, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
(formerly at U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, Titusville, Florida)
Lunar Module "Antares"
Command Module "Endeavor"
Impacted Moon 07 February 1971 at 00:45:25.7 UT (06 February, 7:45 PM EST)
3.42 S, 19.67 W
USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio
Lunar Module "Falcon"
Command Module "Casper"
Impacted Moon 03 August 1971 at 03:03:37.0 UT (02 August, 11:03 PM EDT)
26.36 N, 0.25 E
U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama
Lunar Module "Orion"
Command Module "America"
Released 24 April 1972,
loss of attitude control made targeted impact impossible.
Impact site unknown
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
Lunar Module "Challenger"
Impacted Moon 15 December 1972 at 06:50:20.8 UT (1:50 AM EST)
19.96 N, 30.50 E
California Science Center, Los Angeles, California
Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
NASA Visitor Center at Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, Ohio
National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.
Text version of this and other Apollo tables
Impact Sites of the Apollo LM's and SIVB's
More details on Apollo lunar landings
Landing Site References
- the control network used and more precise coordinates for the landing,
ALSEP, and LRRR sites
Field Guide to American Spacecraft
- Other spacecraft locations
Apollo home page
Lunar home page
The Apollo 11 mission - Images, audio clips, and a brief history.
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Last Updated: 06 November 2015, DRW