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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.

Eugene Cernan on Lunar Rover, Apollo 17 Featured Print

Eugene Cernan on Lunar Rover, Apollo 17

Test drive. Astronaut Eugene Cernan checking the function of the Lunar Rover Vehicle (LRV) after the arrival of Apollo 17 on the Moon. Apollo 17 landed in the Taurus-Littrow region on 11 December 1972. Cernan and Harrison Schmitt made three excursions on the Lunar surface, totalling 22 hours. Cernan was mission commander of Apollo 17, the last Apollo Moon mission, and was thus the last man to stand on the Moon. Cernan and Schmitt left the Moon on 13 December 1972, returning to Earth with Ronald Evans who had manned the orbiting command module. Apollo 17 re-entered on 19 December 1972

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Astronaut Schmitt and huge boulder Featured Print

Astronaut Schmitt and huge boulder

Lunar exploration: Astronaut Schmitt standingnext to a huge boulder on the Moon, during theApollo 17 mission. This view looks across theTaurus- Littrow valley. The thin, pale streak tothe right of the top of the boulder was thelanding site of Apollo 17 on 11 December 1972.Schmitt was the first (and so far only)professional geologist to visit the Moon, althoughall lunar astronauts had to complete extensivetraining in the subject. Schmitt and fellowastronaut Eugene Cernan were on the Moon for 75hours. During that time they made three excursionson the surface totalling 22 hours and covering 29kilometers in their Lunar Roving Vehicle.

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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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