#Now November 19, 1969, #Apollo12 makes the second human landing on the Moon.— NASA History Office (@NASAhistory) November 19, 2019
While the preliminary landing site was anticipated to be 1000 feet from the 1967 Surveyor III lander, Pete Conrad and Al Bean landed just over 500 feet away.
Follow along on this video. pic.twitter.com/PBU3upmbUM
Friday July 18th, 1969 14:46 - Apollo 11 mission day 3 of 9 - 302,400 Kilometers from Earth, 3,807 km/h, Command Module docked with Lunar Module. Apollo 11 Photograph AS11-36-5378 I'm 67 years old. Every day, the future looks a little bit darker. But the past... even the grimy parts of it... keep on getting brighter. -- Sally Jupiter src Sally Jupiter is a character in the comic Watchmen, which should be required reading... echo "Depression is a bitch." | sha512sum | fold -w 40 fe2f6b788e2a59bde4123f1deee9ef0305824069 63ab80cf74252a629c22fa1fa82a6faa6f77f1cd 3e0cd69b1487212aa070c769f098d8281b676f54 69a4eccc - There will be a show tonight. I hope you will join us. Cheers, Illya