Al Worden – Apollo 15 Launch 8×10


Apollo 15 launched at 9:34 a.m. EDT, July 26, 1971 from launch complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center, thus beginning the fourth manned lunar landing mission. As the mission’s command module pilot (CMP), Alfred M. Worden performed experiments and extensive photography from lunar orbit, while mission commander (CDR) David R. Scott and lunar module pilot (LMP) James B. Irwin descended to explore the lunar surface. Worden became the first human to perform a deep space extravehicular activity (EVA), working outside the spacecraft while partway between the Earth and the Moon shortly after leaving lunar orbit.

Available only in an 8×10.

Comes with a COA.

Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, as are all our photos. The finest for color and longevity.

Framed with a 3″ patch.


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Frame Options

Photo Only (8×10 in), Frame C (15×16.5 in), Frame E (15×16.5 in), Frame F (12×14 in)


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