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| developer = Greg Hlynka (Hlynkacg)
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| website = https://www.orbithangar.com/searchid.php?ID=6101
 
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'''AAPO (Apollo Applications Project for Orbiter)''' is an add-on for [[Orbiter]], created to balance a historically accurate simulation of the Apollo spacecraft in Orbiter with accessibility and ease of play. In addition to the historical missions and spacecraft AAPO also models the cancelled Apollo missions as well as assorted follow-on missions and spacecraft from the 1968 Apollo Hardware Applications Program.
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'''AAPO (Apollo Applications Project for Orbiter)''' is an add-on for [[Orbiter]], created to balance a historically accurate simulation of the Apollo spacecraft in Orbiter with accessibility and ease of play. In addition to the historical missions and spacecraft AAPO also models the canceled Apollo missions as well as assorted follow-on missions and spacecraft from the 1968 Apollo Hardware Applications Program.
  
  

Revision as of 08:42, 8 July 2019

AAPO
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Developer(s) Greg Hlynka (Hlynkacg)
Initial release
Stable release Alpha Rc#2
Beta release
Website https://www.orbithangar.com/searchid.php?ID=6101
One small step for a UMMU, one giant leap for UMMU-kind

AAPO (Apollo Applications Project for Orbiter) is an add-on for Orbiter, created to balance a historically accurate simulation of the Apollo spacecraft in Orbiter with accessibility and ease of play. In addition to the historical missions and spacecraft AAPO also models the canceled Apollo missions as well as assorted follow-on missions and spacecraft from the 1968 Apollo Hardware Applications Program.

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