Apollo 15 Crew Prepare for Lunar Departure
May 6, 2003
This view, looking generally north, shows the tall Mount Hadley in the left background. The photograph was taken from the slope of Hadley Delta during Apollo 15 extravehicular activity (EVA). The crewmen of Apollo 15 noted the visible layering feature of the mountain. Note boulder in foreground. Mount Hadley rises approximately 14,765 feet (about 4,500 meters) above the plain.
Topics: Extra-vehicular activity, Apollo 15, Apollo program, Hospitality Recreation, Apollo 17, Apollo 15, Lunar surface, Hadley, Disaster Accident, Hadley Delta