Current Locations of Manned Spacecraft

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United States

Mercury


Gemini


Apollo (Command Modules)

CSM#Flight (launcher)CrewLocation of CM
009AS-201unmanned test flight Strategic Air & Space Museum, Ashland, NE
012Apollo 1 (AS-204) Grissom, White, Chaffee
(Died in accidental fire)
NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA.[*] (Not on public display)
017Apollo 4 (AS-501) unmanned test flight NASA Stennis Space Center, MS
CM-020
SM-014
Apollo 6 (AS-502) unmanned test flight Fernbank Science Center, Atlanta, GA. (See also Daniel Wright's Apollo 6 page)
101Apollo 7 Schirra, Eisele, Cunningham Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, TX
103Apollo 8 Borman, Lovell, Anders Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL
104 ("Gumdrop")Apollo 9 McDivitt, Scott, Schweikart San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Diego, CA
106 ("Charlie Brown")Apollo 10 Stafford, Young, Cernan Science Museum, London, England, U.K.
107 ("Columbia")Apollo 11 Armstrong, Aldrin, Collins National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC
108 ("Yankee Clipper")Apollo 12 Conrad, Gordon, Bean Virginia Air and Space Center (NASA Langley visitor's center), Hampton, VA
109 ("Odyssey")Apollo 13 Lovell, Swigert, Haise Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, KS
110 ("Kitty Hawk")Apollo 14 Shepard, Roosa, Mitchell Astronaut Hall of Fame, Titusville, FL
112 ("Endeavour")Apollo 15 Scott, Irwin, Worden U.S. Air Force Museum, Dayton, OH. (All three astronauts were from the Air Force.)
113 ("Casper")Apollo 16 Young, Mattingly, Duke Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL
114 ("America")Apollo 17 Cernan, Evans, Schmitt Space Center Houston (NASA Johnson Space Center's Visitor Center), Houston, TX
116Skylab 2 Conrad, Kerwin, Weitz Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
117Skylab 3 Bean, Garriot, Lousma NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH
118Skylab 4 Carr, Gibson, Pogue National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC
111Apollo-Soyuz Test Project ("ASTP") Stafford, Brand, Slayton California Science Center, Los Angeles, CA
007unflown test capsule n/a Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
119unflown (Skylab backup/rescue capsule) n/a Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, FL
115unflown backup n/a NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
115Aunflown backup n/a unknown
JSC#2unflown backup for ASTP n/a Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, KS
105unflown test capsule n/a National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC
(Part of an ASTP display)
#1102aa training module, used for water egress training n/a USS Hornet museum, Alameda, CA
???An engineering 'boilerplate' n/a Cook Arts, Science & Technology Center, Corsicana, TX
BP-29An engineering 'boilerplate' (photo) n/a on display at the Barringer (Meteor) Crater, near Winslow, AZ

Note: "Skylab 1" was the name for the Skylab space station itself. This was launched on May 14, 1973, and reentered the Earth's atmosphere on July 11, 1979. Some debris from the station landed in a sparsely populated region of Western Australia; some pieces are on display at a museum in Esperance, Western Australia. A large piece of debris (perhaps from an oxygen tank) is also on display at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL.

An unflown backup of the Skylab space station is on display at the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC.


Space Shuttle orbiters

Soviet Union/Russia

Soyuz

  • TMA-6
    Temporarily on display (until October 18, 2011) at the Market Fair Mall, Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.
  • TM-10
    National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC, U.S.A.
  • 29 (landing capsule for the first Soviet-East German manned spaceflight (in 1978). The crew had been launched on Soyuz 31, which remained docked at the Salyut 6 space station.)
    Militärhistorisches Museum, Dresden, Germany
  • 30
    Military History Museum, Warsaw, Poland
  • Unflown mockup
    National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC, U.S.A. (Part of an "Apollo-Soyuz Test Project" display)
  • ??? (orbital, command, and service modules)
    National Space Centre, Leicester, U.K.
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