Apollo 14: Temporal Traverse

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Astronauts Alan Shepard and Ed Mitchell landed the Apollo 14 Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) in the Frau Mauro formation [3.64589° S, 342.52806° E]. Shephard and Mitchell landed at 09:18:11 UTC on 5 February 1971, and stayed on the lunar surface for 1 day and 9 hours, during which they performed two Extra-Vehicular Activities (EVA) totaling 9.37 hours and collecting 42.28 kg of lunar samples.

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