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Bob Andrepont’s space documents archive – collectSPACE: Messages
In many cases a pdf version is available. Robert Pearlman Editor Posts: If you already have a Facebook account you can do it in one click maybe two. It is just a shell for the original Geocities site.
I’ve got Adobe 9 on my computer. You can also browse by topic. Type in a keyword or the name of the report, and it will give you the results of the search. Space News space history and artifacts articles Messages space history discussion forums Sightings worldwide astronaut appearances Resources selected space history documents Websites related space history websites.
Bob Andrepont’s space documents archive Kevmac Member Posts: Over Apollo docs and that will probably double in the next month or two. All of the manned press kits are there also except for the DOD Shuttle missions. Dec posted So far I have uploaded over unmanned press kits that weren’t on the old site and I have about more unmanned press kits left to upload.
Jul posted I tried another type of “go-back” tool that didn’t work but this one was good. Select a Forum or Archive List of Forums: In the meantime I have started to upload documents to scribd.
Can one of you computer-literate folks tell me why none of the links will open up? It is a free site but requires registration to retrieve or upload documents.
Apr posted Nov posted They don’t sent spam or give your information out. Since writing the above a couple of days ago, Bob now has over 1, documents uploaded. Putting this into the Wayback machine will bring up archived pages of the sites and the links will point you in the direction of the files you are looking for, it will take a bit of cutting and pasting URLs to get the files you want.
I want to return to a web site like it, but won’t have the time to it right until late at the earliest. I believe it used to be on Geocities. Those of you who have been around a while remember my old space docs website. Lots of andtepont stuff on Mariner, Pioneer, Viking, and Voyager. Many thanks for helping me out.
I will be concentrating on 60s and 70s and non-Shuttle 80s mostly for the next few weeks. Bob Andrepont’s space documents archive.
The site has moved and the former website won’t take me to the new one. Looks like this is the new link.
Though several people contacted him with offers to host the site when it became clear that Geocities was to be shut down, there was xndrepont an announcement of a new host That is a shame. Thank you for your help.
Bob Andrepont’s Space Documents
College Station, TX Registered: Am I doing something wrong? Then delete anything except the first long number of the. I even recently found the Apollo 5 press kit that took 10 years to find. Is there a more appropriate website to use? I have uploaded about documents so far including a large number that weren’t available before.
Three and a half hurricanes, a divorce, a bad relationship, and two years of overtime kept me from updating the site regularly from late on and the closure of Geocities last year shut it down for good.