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NASA plans for return to Moon to cost $28 billion 📸 astronaut @nasamitt '>Harrison Sc @NASAmitt  collects samples at the Taurus-Littrow landing site on the moon in 1972

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And this is why you keep looking and looking and looking some more. @UHouston  undergrad finds calcium sulfide in Apollo 17 lunar dust samples from the Taurus-Littrow Valley. #Moon  #MoreDataPlease . Nice read from @alexdstuckey 

This is an image of the plaque that the astronauts of Apollo 17, the 6th and final Apollo lunar landing mission, left on the Moon at the Taurus-Littrow landing site in December 1972. The plaque was unveiled at the close of the 3rd moonwalk (EVA-3). #Apollo50 

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#OTD in 1972, Apollo 17, the last crewed lunar mission, landed on the Moon in a valley at Taurus-Littrow. Apollo 17 crew consisted of Harrison Schmitt, Ronald Evans, and Eugene Cernan. More on Apollo 17:

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Schmitt: People ask if we would have done anything differently, it would be hard to say yes as they accomplished everything they set out to do at Taurus-Littrow. #Apollo17  #LPSC2018 

45 Years Ago Today: #Apollo17  landed on the Moon in a valley at Taurus-Littrow, less than 200m from preferred landing point:

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“And as we leave the moon and Taurus-Littrow, we leave as we came, and, God willing, we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind.”

#OTD in 1972, astronaut Jack Schmitt was prospecting next to this large boulder near the Taurus-Littrow landing site during Apollo 17.

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December, 1972. Whilst Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt explore the Taurus-Littrow Valley, seen here is Captain Ron Evans CMP for Apollo 17

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Today in 1972: #Apollo17  landed on Moon in a valley at Taurus-Littrow, less than 200m from preferred landing point:

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