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In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the man on the Moon, I decided to try to photograph all the landing sites of the Apollo missions for the SGL challenge.
Of course, this will depend on climatic conditions that do not always work as expected.
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As always Avani, your lunar images give us the great feeling that we are on the
threshold of landing on there ourselves. Cernan and Schmitt spent 22 hours on the surface.
Ron Evans was the Command Module driver 🙂
Schmitt being a geologist was in his element up there 😃.
I've recorded Eight Days to the Moon from last nights TV Prog.
I'll take it all in again tonight.
Superb Image though.

Ron.

 

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Fabulous image.. Thanks for sharing

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Phenomenal! Awesome!

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You are too honest Avani, I doubt that few if any of us would have known! :) 

Edited by Geoff Barnes
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