Dave Scott is shown here conducting experiments on the lunar surface. Apollo 15 was the first of the so-called "J missions" — from 30 July to 2 August 1971, CDR Dave Scott and LMP James Irwin conducted three lunar EVAs, spending a total of 18½ hours outside their lunar module. In addition to the unprecedented duration of the lunar landing, the mission was noteworthy for a number of firsts, including the first use of the lunar rover.
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