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Apollo 15 Moondrive

on BBC One London

The beginning of the second day on the Moon for Astronauts Scott and Irwin. The day on which they will drive the Lunar Rover on its longest journey, of more than ten miles, as they explore the Hadley Basin and the Apennine Mountain front.
Introduced by James Burke with Patrick Moore
and the BBC Apollo team of international experts:
Dr Eugene Shoemaker, Wg Cdr Tony Nicholson, Geoffrey Pardoe, Dr Stuart Agrell, Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, Dr Al Burlingame
and astronauts Capt Jim Lovell, Cmdr Pete Conrad, Capt Al Shepard, Phil Chapman from the previous Apollo missions.
(Moon buggy: see page 12)

Contributors

Presenter:
James Burke
Presenter:
Patrick Moore
Expert:
Dr Eugene Shoemaker
Expert:
Wing Commander Tony Nicholson
Expert:
Geoffrey Pardoe
Expert:
Dr Stuart Agrell
Expert:
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton
Guest:
Dr Al Burlingame
Guest:
Captain Jim Lovell
Guest:
Commander Pete Conrad
Guest:
Captain Al Shepard
Guest:
Phil Chapman

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