Stonehenge, Apollo and the Last Man on the Moon

Jan 07, 2012 by
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A little while ago, I was extremely interested to learn from my friend Michael Bourne of a suggestion that the image above was a design submitted for the flash or patch for the suits of the astronauts flying on the Apollo XVII mission to the Moon. I understood that these designs, which were later rejected, had been put forward by the Lunar Module Pilot Harrison Schmitt, the last man to arrive and set foot on the Moon, so once again, I’m grateful to Dan Johnston for confirming this.

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