1 - Start of the Saturn-5 launch vehicle with the Apollo spacecraft.
2 - SAS Department (Emergency Rescue System).
3 - Separation of stage I (rocket S -1C), turning on engine stage II.
4 - Separation stage II (rocket S-2), turning on engine stage III (rocket S-4B), which brings the Apollo spacecraft to low Earth orbit.
5 - Intermediate Earth orbit.
6 - Putting the Apollo spacecraft on the flight path to the Moon (re-starting the engine of stage III).
7- Separating the main unit.
8 - Rebuilding the main unit.
9 - Docking the main unit to the lunar cabin.
10 - Apollo spacecraft division.
11 - Correction of the flight path of the Apollo spacecraft.
12 - The second correction of the flight path of the Apollo.
13 - Stage III (rocket S-4B) is transferred to the trajectory of direct contact with the lunar surface.
14 - Last trajectory correction.
15 - Construction of the lunar orbit. The parameters of the first two orbits: aposheleniy 316.6 km, periseleny 94.4 km.
16 - Construction of a lower orbit of the Apollo spacecraft with the following parameters: apowlenii 109.2 km, peripelenia 27.7 km; two astronauts are moving into the lunar cabin.
17 - Separation of the lunar cabin and the main unit at the twelfth orbit.
18 - Turning on the engines of the lunar cabin to reduce the landing speed.
19 - Cabin landing.
20 - Appeal in the lunar orbit of the main unit of the Apollo spacecraft.
21 - Construction of the orbit of the main unit with the following parameters: aposieleny 130.2 km, perislenia 100.5 km.
22 - Start take-off steps lunar cockpit.
23 - Approach take-off stage with the main unit.
24 - Docking of the take-off stage with the main unit.
25 - takeoff stage separation.
26 - Takeoff stage on the way to the surface of the moon.
27 - Separation of an automatic satellite in a selenocentric orbit.
28 - Transition to the flight path to the Earth.
29 - Trajectory Correction.
30 - Second trajectory correction (if necessary).
31 - The last correction after the separation of the crew compartment and the engine compartment.
32 - The orientation of the crew compartment when returning to Earth.
33 - Descent vehicle at an altitude of 122 km.
34 - Loss of signal upon entry into the atmosphere.
35 - Waterfall.