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The search for Snoopy: Astronomers and students to look for lost Apollo 10 module | collectSPACE

The search for Snoopy: Astronomers and students to look for lost Apollo 10 module collectSPACE

Apollo 16’s Ascent stage looks a bit the worst for wear during its rendezvous with the CSM | NASA

Apollo 16 Lunar Module "Orion" piloted by John Young and Charles Duke. Photo by Ken Mattingly from Command Module "Caspar"

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January Apollo program: NASA announces plans to build the rocket launch vehicle. It became better known as the Saturn V Moon rocket, which launched every Apollo Moon mission.

La exploración espacial siempre ha sido una gran oportunidad de propaganda para cualquier país. El aterrizaje en la Luna de las misiones Apolo lo fue para EE.UU. en su pulso con la Unión Soviética. Por eso siempre estamos acostumbrados a ver fotos casi perfectas de esa hazaña. Estas otras son todo lo contrario.

Increíbles (y pésimas) fotos de la Luna que no verás en los libros

Post with 2669 views. The ascent stage of the Lunar Module returning from the Moon, Apollo December 1972

Inside Lunar Module

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Apollo LEM interior

Interior view of the Apollo Lunar Module (LM), originally designated the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM).

Apollo photos give inside look on 11 historical flights | Daily Mail Online

Unseen Apollo photos give inside look on the historical 11 missions — Daily Mail

Stunning unseen photos of the 11 Apollo missions give an inside look on the most famous flights in history through the lens of the very few astronauts who have ever dared to explore space.

Apollo 17 (1972)

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Apollo 16's LM from the reach. The Aft Equipment Bay is prominent. Just above it is the tiny rectacular "tab" of the sublimation plate used to "vent" heat. (Image credit: NASA)

Apollo LM from the reach. The Aft Equipment Bay is prominent. Just above it is the tiny rectacular "tab" of the sublimation plate used to "vent" heat.

Making the final crewed landing of the Apollo Program, Apollo 17 touched down on the lunar surface on December 11, 1972, at 2:54 p.m. EST. Along with mission Commander Gene Cernan, Lunar Module Pilot Harrison Schmitt guided the Lunar Module Challenger towards the Taurus-Littrow Valley. Schmitt, the only geologist to land on the Moon, and Cernan spent three days on the lunar surface. Learn more about Apollo 17: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo/missions/apollo17.html#.Uqh0wncnYfw

Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, Apollo 17 commander, approaches the parked Lunar Roving Vehicle on the lunar surface during the flight’s third period of EVA 13 December 1972