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  • Envolée Sovage

    #Apollo12 Visits Surveyor 3 #APOD October 8, 1995

  • Dolphin Lifts

    Apollo 12 astronaut Pete Conrad with the unmanned Surveyor 3, which had landed on the Moon in 1967. Parts of Surveyor were brought back to Earth by Apollo 12. The camera (near Conrad's right hand) is on display at the National Air and Space Museum.

  • Peggy Barr

    NASA. Astronauts Pay a Visit to Surveyor 3 On April 17, 1967, NASA's Surveyor 3 spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., on a mission to the lunar surface. A little more than two years after it landed on the moon with the goal of paving the way for a future human mission, the Surveyor 3 spacecraft got a visit from Apollo 12 Commander Charles Conrad Jr. and astronaut Alan L. Bean, who snapped this photo on November 20, 1969

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