Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code for the command and lunar modules.
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Apollo-11

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Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code for Command Module (Comanche055) and Lunar Module (Luminary099). Digitized by the folks at Virtual AGC and MIT Museum. The goal is to be a repo for the original Apollo 11 source code. As such, PRs are welcome for any issues identified between the transcriptions in this repository and the original source scans for Luminary 099 and Comanche 055, as well as any files I may have missed.

Compilation

If you are interested in compiling the original source code, check out Virtual AGC.

Attribution

 Copyright: Public domain.
 Filename:  CONTRACT_AND_APPROVALS.agc
 Purpose:   Part of the source code for Colossus 2A, AKA Comanche 055.
            It is part of the source code for the Command Module's (CM)
            Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC), for Apollo 11.
 Assembler: yaYUL
 Contact:   Ron Burkey <info@sandroid.org>.
 Website:   www.ibiblio.org/apollo.
 Mod history:   2009-05-06 RSB  Transcribed from page images.

 This source code has been transcribed or otherwise adapted from digitized
 images of a hardcopy from the MIT Museum.  The digitization was performed
 by Paul Fjeld, and arranged for by Deborah Douglas of the Museum.  Many
 thanks to both.  The images (with suitable reduction in storage size and
 consequent reduction in image quality as well) are available online at
 www.ibiblio.org/apollo.  If for some reason you find that the images are
 illegible, contact me at info@sandroid.org about getting access to the
 (much) higher-quality images which Paul actually created.

 Notations on the hardcopy document read, in part:

    Assemble revision 055 of AGC program Comanche by NASA
    2021113-051.  10:28 APR. 1, 1969  

 Page 1

#************************************************************************
#                                                                       *
#       THIS AGC PROGRAM SHALL ALSO BE REFERRED TO AS:                  *
#                                                                       *
#                                                                       *
#               COLOSSUS 2A                                             *
#                                                                       *
#                                                                       *
#   THIS PROGRAM IS INTENDED FOR USE IN THE CM AS SPECIFIED             *
#   IN REPORT R-577.  THIS PROGRAM WAS PREPARED UNDER DSR               *
#   PROJECT 55-23870, SPONSORED BY THE MANNED SPACECRAFT                *
#   CENTER OF THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE                        *
#   ADMINISTRATION THROUGH CONTRACT NAS 9-4065 WITH THE                 *
#   INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF              *
#   TECHNOLOGY, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.                                        *
#                                                                       *
#************************************************************************


SUBMITTED:  MARGARET H. HAMILTON        DATE:   28 MAR 69
    M.H.HAMILTON, COLOSSUS PROGRAMMING LEADER
    APOLLO GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION

APPROVED:   DANIEL J. LICKLY        DATE:   28 MAR 69
    D.J.LICKLY, DIRECTOR, MISSION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
    APOLLO GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION PROGRAM

APPROVED:   FRED H. MARTIN          DATE:   28 MAR 69
    FRED H. MARTIN, COLOSSUS PROJECT MANAGER
    APOLLO GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION PROGRAM

APPROVED:   NORMAN E. SEARS         DATE:   28 MAR 69
    N.E. SEARS, DIRECTOR, MISSION DEVELOPMENT
    APOLLO GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION PROGRAM

APPROVED:   RICHARD H. BATTIN       DATE:   28 MAR 69
    R.H. BATTIN, DIRECTOR, MISSION DEVELOPMENT
    APOLLO GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION PROGRAM

APPROVED:   DAVID G. HOAG           DATE:   28 MAR 69
    D.G. HOAG, DIRECTOR
    APOLLO GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION PROGRAM

APPROVED:   RALPH R. RAGAN          DATE:   28 MAR 69
    R.R. RAGAN, DEPUTY DIRECTOR
    INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY