(Nov. 19, 1969) - Apollo 12 commander Apollo 12, astronaut Charles Conrad Jr., stands next to the United States flag after his deployment to the lunar surface during the first extravehicular activity on November. 19, 1969. The picture shows several footprints made by the crew members. While astronauts Conrad and Alan L. Bean, a lunar module pilot, descended into the lunar module "Intrepid" to explore the Moon Ocean region, astronaut Richard F. Gordon Jr., pilot of module command, remained with the "Yankee Clipper" command and service modules in lunar orbit.
Keywords used by Collection NASA to describe this photograph: flag, american, surface, moon, lunar, astronaut, charles conradjr., apollo 12
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