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Photograph of Members of the Prime Crew of Apollo 15 Riding in a Lunar Roving Vehicle in Taos, New Mexico

Photograph of Members of the Prime Crew of Apollo 15 Riding in a Lunar Roving Vehicle in Taos, New Mexico

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Original caption: TAOS, NEW MEXICO. APOLLO 15 EVA TRAINING - A wide-angle view showing two members of the prime crew of the Apollo 15 lunar landing mission riding in a Lunar Roving Vehicle trainer during simulation of lunar surface extravehicular activity in the Taos, New Mexico area. They are astronauts David R. Scott (riding in the left side seat), commander; and James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot. Apollo 15 will be the first mission to the Moon to carry a Lunar Roving Vehicle, which will permit the astronauts to cover a larger area for exploration and sample collecting than on previous missions.

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1965 - 1983


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