The most famous of NASA's Apollo missions is rightly Apollo 11's journey to the Moon in July 1969, when, for the first time, humans visited a heavenly body other than Earth. But that wasn't the end of it. Over the next three and a half years, there would be five more Moon landings. In total, 12 astronauts walked -- or drove -- across lunar terrain. There were also six astronauts, one for each mission, who remained in lunar orbit while the landing crew was away.
The second lunar landing was that of Apollo 12 in November 1969. In this photo, lunar-module pilot Alan Bean carries scientific gear to be set up about 300ft from the spacecraft, kicking up Moon dust as he goes. Also in the background is the crew's S-band antenna.
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