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Lunar Module "Eagle" on the Moon. Aldrin is opening the stowage area and preparing to unload the scientific experiments package. Beyond the right leg is the solar wind experiment, and beyond that the lunar surface TV camera. (NASA photo ID

Astronaut Pete Conrad, Commander Apollo 12 #apollo

November 1969 — Apollo 12 astronauts Dick Gordon, Alan Bean, and Pete Conrad suit-up a odyssey to the Moon and back.

Astronaut James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, uses a scoop in making a trench in the lunar soil during Apollo 15 extravehicular activity (EVA). Mount Hadley rises approximately 14,765 feet (about 4,500 meters) above the plain in the background. #August1971

Astronaut James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, uses a scoop to dig out a trench in the lunar soil during Apollo 15 extravehicular activity (EVA) Mount Hadley rises approximately feet (about meters) above the plain in the background.

The Apollo 1 astronauts were concerned about the integrity of their ship long before the fire, they sent this photo to Joseph F. Shea, the Apollo manager who gave their capsule a passing safety grade...

White, Gus Grissom, and Roger Chaffee, constituing the Apollo 1 crew, praying in front of a model of the Command Module spacecraft on the table in.

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The Apollo IB space vehicle is launched from the Kennedy Space Center, Launch Complex 34 at a. October First manned Apollo launch.

The first man and the last man to walk on the moon. Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong and Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan share a warm smile, camaraderie and a clasp of hands. Neil's ground breaking EVA lasted just over two hours. Cernan, as he was proud to say, spent 3 days on the Lunar surface, where he had a house, a car and a job, spending almost a full day working on the moon over 3 EVAs. (Thanks to SpaceHipsters for this pic) #apollo

The first man and the last man to walk on the moon. Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong and Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan share a warm smile.