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clifford
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From: Maplewood, nj, 07040
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posted 04-02-2013 04:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for clifford   Click Here to Email clifford     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Came across this and thought I would share. Pretty interesting...
Like the other Apollo astronauts I've met Worden would rather talk about the mission and its achievements, than himself. As the first of the so-called "J" class missions, Apollo 15 is widely accepted as the most scientifically rigorous of the Apollo programme. Nevertheless, as we sit down in a quiet corner of the hotel bar, with proposals out there for a return to the Moon and missions to Mars, I'm keen to learn about the human experience of being so far from home...

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