February 6, 2011

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The Longest Moon Walk


Image montage by Maurice Collins

Today marks the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 14 EVA-2, the walk to Cone Crater at Maurice Collins

Technical Details
Main image: AS14-67-9387HR Edgar Mitchell towing MET (Modular Equipment Transporter) with the ALSEP experiments in background, and Lunar laser reflector in foreground. Cone Ridge is up the slope to the left. The LM Antares is off to the right of Dr. Mitchell.
Lower right: AP14-71-H-338 Edgar and Alan examining their returned rock samples in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory during quarantine after the mission.
Middle right: Apollo 14 crew, Stuart Roosa, Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell.
Top right: Apollo 14 mission patch.

Related Links
Apollo Lunar Surface Journal
The Project Apollo Archive
Rükl plate 42


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