Apollo 18 is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants. It was released in 1992 through Elektra Records and was named after the cancelled Apollo 18 mission that was scheduled to have followed Apollo 17. The album was also associated with International Space Year, for which They Might Be Giants were declared the official "musical ambassadors" by NASA.
Apollo 17 (December 7-19, 1972) was the final mission of NASA's Apollo program; it remains the most recent time humans have travelled beyond low Earth orbit. Its crew consisted of Commander Eugene Cernan, Lunar Module Pilot Harrison Schmitt, and Command Module Pilot Ronald Evans. Launched at 12:33 .
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Opening set by rdhittinharry spinning an eclectic mix of Funk, Pop, Rock, R&B, and House. It's a beautiful blend of great music and vintage classics LIVE at the legendary Apollo Theater. Visit ww. pollotheater. org or Apollo Theater Box Office. Apollo music cafe - opening dj set by dj hard hittin harry - 3-3-17.
Third-party evidence for Apollo Moon landings. Third-party evidence for Apollo Moon landings is evidence, or analysis of evidence, about Moon landings that does not come from either NASA or the . government (the first party), or the Apollo Moon landing hoax theorists (the second party).
Untitled D3 Apollo proudly presents a full release of the stunning debut album released by SW. SW's lush sound design and hypnotic arrangements nestles snugly alongside the classic 90’s Apollo releases of Biosphere and Robert Leiner in all their balmy glory. Originally issued on vinyl only via SW’s own SUED imprint, this Apollo re-release represents something of a coup in that it’s the first of the label’s music to ever be presented digitally
Apollo 17 landed in the Taurus-Littrow Valley on the eastern edge of Mare Serenitatis. There were two main geology objectives for this site: to obtain samples of ancient rocks from the lunar highlands and to look for evidence of young volcanic activity on the valley floor. The Apollo 17 crew collected 741 individual rock and soil samples, including a deep drill core that included material from 3 meters below the lunar surface, with a total mass of 111 kilograms. These samples addressed both of the pre-mission objectives.
Apollo 17 descent stage imaged shortly after the ascent stage lifted off marking the end of humankind's first era of lunar surface exploration. View is towards the west. Tracks are clearly visible and can be followed to the east, where astronauts Jack Schmitt and Gene Cernan set up the Surface Electrical Properties (SEP) experiment. View of the ALSEP looking south-southeast with geophone rock in the background: two other large rocks are keyed to the LROC image (R1 and R2). The background in both surface pictures gives a feel for the rugged terrain that surrounded the astronauts as they explored the valley. The mountains rise . -2 kilometers above the valley floor, which is more relief than you would find at the Grand Canyon in Arizona (USA).
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