Apollo 15

Apollo-15: (Endeavor & Falcon) 

Launched 07/26/1971,   Landed 07/30/1971,   Splashdown 08/07/1971

Commander - David Scott,
CM Pilot - Alfred Worden,
LM Pilot - James Irwin

The Falcon landed at the foot of Mt Hadley of the Apennines Mts.
Explored the Hadley Rille. First use of a Lunar Rover, traveled around 17 miles.
Spent total of 66 hours, 55 minutes on the Lunar surface, of which 19 hrs 46 min were EVA.

All Images acquired at Big Woodchuck Observatory using a Meade LX200GPS @ f10, with either a Astrovid-2000 or StellaCam-Ex 1/2" chip astro-video camera with IR filter.

10/24/2012 (negative image finder) Astrovid-2000

11/21/2012 @ f10 (StellaCam-Ex)

11/21/2012 - 1.5x Barlow (StellaCam-Ex)

11/21/2012 - 2.8x Barlow (StellaCam-Ex)

11/21/2012 - 2.8x Barlow & 2x digital zoom (StellaCam-Ex)

Finder Chart: from Antonin Rukil's "Atlas of the Moon", chart#22.

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