I am such an Apollo fanboy that I have both the Saturn V and the Apollo 11 Owners' Workshop Manual books.ormally N I wouldn't post on reference materials like this (I also have the ones on the Titanic and the starship Enterprise because of course), but the Saturn V book in particular just floored me when I read it cover to cover the other day. Candidly I just got these for the pictures while I'm working on my Saturn V model, but I'm at the stage (no pun intended) that I needed to know how the rocket's stages interfaced with the support structures to model the access ports and openings, and decided to start reading the text as well.
The stories the Saturn V book in particularly tells are simply fascinating. The engineering that went into every element of the spacecraft and booster is just amazing. The books explains what the individual parts and systems did, how they were development, and how they had to adapt to the specific challenges they faced. Just great, great stuff.