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Apollo Program Gallery

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Choose from 85 pictures in our Apollo Program collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Astronaut on moon Featured Print

Astronaut on moon

Astronaut James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, isseen here with the Lunar Roving Vehicle during theApollo 15 mission. Apollo 15 was the fourth mannedlunar landing mission and the first to carry theLunar Roving Vehicle. This craft held twopassengers and was able to travel up to ten milesper hour. It was equipped with a lunar surfacecamera visible as a gold box to the right of thedish antennae. The shadow in the foreground is ofthe lunar module "Falcon". Mount Hadley is in thebackground. The spacecraft was launched on 26thJuly 1971 and splashed-down in the Pacific on the7th August 1971. Astronauts David Scott & AlfredWorden accommpanied Irwin on the flight.

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Astronaut Duke next to Plum Crater, Apollo 16 Featured Print

Astronaut Duke next to Plum Crater, Apollo 16

Exploring the Moon: astronaut Duke stands next to Crater Plum during the first excursion of the Apollo 16 mission. Duke is seen holding a bore sampling implement, used to take vertical profile samples of the lunar soil. On the far side of the 30 metre wide crater is the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV). Astronauts Duke and Young landed in the Descartes region of the Moon on 21 April 1972. During their 71 hour visit, they made three excursions on the surface totalling 20 hours 14 minutes, covering 26 kilometres in the LRV. After blasting off from the Moon, they rejoined astronaut Mattingly in the Command and Service Module, returning to Earth on 27 April 1972


Apollo 15 astronaut and Lunar rover Featured Print

Apollo 15 astronaut and Lunar rover

Lunar exploration: astronaut Scott photographed by astronaut Irwin on the Moon during the Apollo 15 mission. Scott is seen next to the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), used for the first time on this mission. Apollo 15 landed in the Hadley-Appenine region on 30 July 1971. During their 67 hour stay on the Moon, Scott and Irwin made three excursions totalling 18 hours 35 minutes. The LRV enabled them to travel a total of 28 kilometres, making many stops for taking samples of lunar soil. The LRV was powered by four 200 Watt electric motors, giving it a top speed of 11.2 km per hour. Scott and Irwin, with Command Module pilot Worden, returned to Earth on 7 August 1971

© Nasa/Science Photo Library