American geologist and Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Hagan Schmitt stands next to the US flag on the surface of the moon, during a period of EVA (Extra-Vehicular Activity) at the Taurus-Littrow landing site, December 1972. The earth is...More
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View of the Earth (seen by the Apollo 17 crew travelling to the moon).
Unident. Apollo 17 astronaut in lunar surface vehicle during lunar exploration.
View of Apollo 17 fr. moon.
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Astronaut Eugene Cernan drives the lunar roving vehicle (LVR) on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 17 mission, December 1972.
The planet Earth as seen from the surface of the moon during the Apollo 17 lunar landing mission, December 1972.
American geologist and astronaut Harrison Hagan Schmitt takes rock samples from the surface of the moon during America's last lunar landing mission of the 20th century, Apollo 17, December 1972.
Two members of the prime crew of the Apollo 17 lunar landing mission participate in lunar surface extravehicular activity simulation training at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Scientist-astronaut Harrison H Schmitt (foreground),...More
Apollo 17 was the sixth and last Apollo Moon landing mission and the only one to be launched at night. This Saturn V rocket carrying astronauts Eugene Cernan (Commander), Ronald Evans (Command Module pilot) and Harrison Schmitt (Lunar...More
1972, USA, The American crew of NASA's 'Apollo 17' with the lunar rover and the Apollo rocket behind, Left-right, Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt (Lunar Module Pilot), Eugene Cernan, front (Commander) and Ron Evans (Command Module Pilot),...More