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Apollo 15


Launched: 26 July 1971 UT 13:34:00 (09:34:00 a.m. EDT)
Landed on Moon: 30 July 1971 UT 22:16:29 (06:16:29 p.m. EDT)
Landing Site: Hadley Rille/Apennines (26.13 N, 3.63 E)
Returned to Earth: 7 August 1971 UT 20:45:53 (04:45:53 p.m. EDT)

David R. Scott, commander
Alfred M. Worden, command module pilot
James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot


[Red bullet] Apollo 15 Mission Summary

Apollo 15 Command Module "Endeavour"

Apollo 15 Lunar Module "Falcon"

Apollo 15 Subsatellite


 The Hammer/Feather Drop - Dave Scott demonstrates that bodies fall at the same rate regardless of mass.
 The Apollo Lunar Roving Vehicle
 More details on Apollo lunar landings
 Precise positions of LM's and science experiments on the Moon
 Impact sites of the Apollo LM's and SIVB's
 Where are they now? - A guide to the current locations of the Apollos
 ALSEP Termination Report (PDF FIle)

 Apollo Image Archive - Apollo 15 Metric Camera Images, Arizona State University
 Apollo 15 Mission Overview - Lunar and Planetary Institute
 Apollo 15 Mission Summary - Kennedy Space Center
 Apollo 15 Information - National Air and Space Museum
 Apollo Lunar Surface Journal - Transcript of Apollo 15 communications from the Moon
 Apollo 15 Flight Journal - Transcript of Apollo 15 communications during the flight
 Apollo 15 Preliminary Science Report (PDF)
 Apollo 15 Press Kit (PDF)


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Author/Curator:
Dr. David R. Williams, dave.williams@nasa.gov
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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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NASA Official: Ed Grayzeck, edwin.j.grayzeck@nasa.gov
Last Updated: 04 September 2009, DRW