The Apollo Spacecraft was composed of three parts designed to accomplish the American Apollo program's goal of landing astronauts on the Moon by the end of the 1960s and returning them safely to Earth. The spacecraft consisted of a combined Command and Service Module and an Lunar Module . The design was based on the lunar orbit rendezvous approach: two docked spacecraft were sent to the Moon and went into lunar orbit. While the Lunar Module separated and landed, the Command and Service Module remained in orbit. After the lunar excursion, the two craft rendezvoused and docked in lunar orbit, and the Command and Service Module returned the crew to Earth. The Command Module was the only part of the spacecraft that returned with the crew to the Earth's surface.* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_(spacecraft)
The model of the Apollo Spacecraft consists of the Command and Service Module and the Lunar Module. In addition, the model includes the Lunar Roving Vehicle, various equipment such as the ALSEP (Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package), recovery equipment for the splashdown of the Command Module and a display stand.
Service Module - Scientific Instrument module (SIM) with removeable cover (Apollo 15-17) - Fuel cells and Oxygen tanks with removeable cover (Apollo 13)
Lunar Module - Ascent stage - Descent Stage - Completely retractable landing gear - Detailed interior - Storage compartments for Equipment - The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) can be attached to Lunar Module as in the original
Lunar Roving Vehicle - Can be folded completely - The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) can be attached to Lunar Module as in the original
Display Stand - Display stand for Command and Service Modue and Lunar Module