[APOLLO 17]. APOLLO 17 SCHEMATIC FLOWN TO THE LUNAR SURFACE
COLLECTION OF APOLLO 17 MISSION COMMANDER EUGENE CERNAN
APOLLO 17 SCHEMATIC FLOWN TO THE LUNAR SURFACE
LUNAR SURFACE FLOWN "H20 Glycol 2 Cooling" System Schematic from the Apollo 17 LM Systems Data manual. NASA/MSC, March 20, 1972
A single folding sheet, 38 by 10 1/2 inches, showing details of the water supply and glycol flow throughout the LM and the spacesuits. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY EUGENE CERNAN: "FLOWN TO THE LUNAR SURFACE IN THE VALLEY OF TAURUS LITTROW. DECEMBER 1972. GENE CERNAN. APOLLO XVII CDR." With a Typed Letter Signed by EUGENE CERNAN.
Cernan's provenance letter reads, in part: "I certify that this schematic drawing from Apollo 17 was flown to the surface of the moon aboard the Lunar Module Challenger, when we landed in the valley of Taurus-Littrow on December 11, 1972, the last lunar landing of Apollo. It was part of the LM Systems Data manual we carried along for troubleshooting and reference for the many electrical and and mechanical systems that made up our lunar landing spacecraft... This drawing shows details of the water supply and glycol (coolant) flow throughout the LM and our spacesuits..."
NASA. Apollo 17 Stowage List. Mission J-3 CM-114/LM-12. Houston: Manned Spacecraft Center, December 12, 1972, page 131