If you're interested in traveling to the moon, here's a chance to (literally) take a page out of Apollo 11's handbook: the National Archives has this snippet of the Apollo 11 flight plan, and it's basically a how-to for a successful space flight!
If you can figure out how to read it, that is, which would indicate you already know a bit about rocketry. (So many acronyms! And what do those doodles mean???) Thankfully the Archives put together a small guide to reading at least some of it:
So this is just a single page out of 185 pages--but you can probably just guess at the other 184.