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01/31/1971 21:03:02
02/09/1971 21:05:00
9 d 0 h 1 m 58 s
(216 h 1 m 58 s)
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1 851 262 km
02/05/1971 09:18:11
02/06/1971 18:48:42
33 h 30 m 31 s
3° 40' 24" south, 17° 27' 55" west
Kitty Hawk
Antares
Eugene A. Cernan, Commander
Joe H. Engle, Lunar Module Pilot
Ronald E. Evans, Command Module Pilot

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Edgar Mitchell
(Lunar Module Pilot)

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Astronaut No. 49

Astronaut of the USA No. 27

Mitchell: 1st flight

Cumulative time: 9 d 0 h 1 m 58 s
(216 h 1 m 58 s)

Alan Shepard
(Commander)

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Astronaut No. 2

Astronaut of the USA No. 1

Shepard: 2nd flight

Cumulative time: 9 d 0 h 17 m 20 s
(216 h 17 m 20 s)

Stuart Roosa
(Command Module Pilot)

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Astronaut No. 50

Astronaut of the USA No. 28

Roosa: 1st flight

Cumulative time: 9 d 0 h 1 m 58 s
(216 h 1 m 58 s)


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View of the Apollo 14 Lunar Module on the moon.

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The Apollo Command and Service Modules are photographed against a black sky background from the Lunar Module above the moon.

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Alan Shepard on the moon surface.

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The Apollo 14 Command Module approaches touchdown in the South Pacific Ocean.

The longest flight:
06/01/1970 17 d 16 h 58 m 55 s (424 h 58 m 55 s) Andriyan Nikolayev and Vitaly Sevastianov

The largest number of flights: 4 Lovell

The most cumulative time in space: 29 d 22 h 4 m 55 s (718 h 4 m 55 s) James Lovell

Eighth manned flight on the program Apollo. Third landing on the moon surface. Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell are the fifth and sixth people on the moon.


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