Published: Jan 1973
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Within the framework of engineering constraints and of scientific uncertainties, the Apollo project has proved a great scientific success. A brief history is presented of the lunar exploration as it evolved through the unmanned probes to Apollo 16.
sampling, lunar geology, lunar rock, lunar probes, manned spacecraft
Mission scientist for Apollo 16, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Manned Spacecraft CenterU.S. Geological Survey, HoustonDenver, Tex.Colo.