Apollo 17 - December 14, 1972 - NASA ID: ­AS17-​­134-​­20522 & 20524
Schmitt and Cernan removed their suits and set up their hammocks for an ​­eight-​­hour rest period; their last before joining Evans in lunar orbit. Cernan: “I have never seen so much dirt and dust in my whole life. Ever.” The tired Commander’s biomedical sensors are visible under his liquid cooling garment. Helmets and suits are stowed on the ascent engine cover, and the hatch is visible above.

Andrew Saunders

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Apollo 17 - December 14, 1972 - NASA ID: ­AS17-​­134-​­20522 & 20524

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Schmitt and Cernan removed their suits and set up their hammocks for an ​­eight-​­hour rest period; their last before joining Evans in lunar orbit. Cernan: “I have never seen so much dirt and dust in my whole life. Ever.” The tired Commander’s biomedical sensors are visible under his liquid cooling garment. Helmets and suits are stowed on the ascent engine cover, and the hatch is visible above.

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Andrew Saunders

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Framed Print: $2,075.00

Print Size: 1000x500 mm

Frame Size: 1080x580 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 30

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