- Apollo 15 colour signed photo
Apollo 15 (July 26, 1971 – August 7, 1971) was the fourth manned mission to land on the Moon. The mission was notable for the first use of the Lunar Rover, enabling the crew to explore further than previous missions.
Commander Scott and Lunar Module Pilot Irwin spent two days and 18 hours on the Moon, including 18.5 hours outside the Lunar Module.
The crew discovered the Genesis Rock – a 4.5 million-year-old rock, dating to around the time the Moon formed. It was the oldest rock found on the Moon at that point.
During the return to Earth, Command Module Pilot Al Worden performed the first deep space spacewalk.
Irwin suffered a “minor” heart attack during the return to Earth.
A striking colour 7 x 6 inch photo of the Apollo 15 crew posing with their lunar rover.
Affixed to an 8.5 x 8.5 off-white mount.
Signed on the mount in black felt tip by Al Worden, Dave Scott and Jim Irwin.
Provenance: ex RR Auction (2010) - certified by Steve Zarelli.
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