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Apollo 15

Apollo 15 was preceded by Apollo 14 and followed by Apollo 16.

Ninth manned mission in the Apollo program. Fourth mission to land on the moon.

Apollo 15: NASA

Launched: July 26, 1971
Returned: August 7, 1971
Crew members: David Scott[?], commander; Alfred Worden[?], command module pilot; James Irwin[?], lunar module pilot.
Command module: Endeavor, in honor of Cook's ship Endeavour
Lunar module: Falcon
Landed: July 30, 1971
Lunar landing site: 26.1 N, 3.6 E -- Hadley-Apennine, Mare Imbrium
On surface: 2 days 18.9 hours
Lunar EVA: 19.1 hours (0.5 + 6.6 + 7.2 + 4.8)
Samples: 76.8 kg

The first of the J-class missions, featuring the Lunar Rover.

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