Thursday, July 25, 2013

Last Flight to the Moon

The last time people were on the moon over 40 years ago. It was the mission of "Apollo 17", which went from the Earth in December 1972.
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"Apollo 17," set out from Earth Dec. 7, 1972.
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Pilot Ronald Evans. For him, it was the first and only flight.
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Commander Eugene Cernan
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First photographed Antarctica
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This lunar module
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Landed on the south-eastern shore of the Sea of Serenity in the Valley of Taurus-Littrow.
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The expedition was conducted a number of experiments
Last Flight to the Moon The land above the horizon
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The astronauts left on the moon plate with the historical record, and their own autographs.
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The last man to set foot on the Moon became commander Eugene Cernan.
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December 19, 1972, the astronauts were safely picked up by the U.S. Air Force helicopter in the Pacific.
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