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How Many People Have Walked on the Moon? Astronaut Charles Duke collecting samples during Apollo 16.

How Many People Have Walked on the Moon?

Credit: NASA. Ask someone if they know the names of the astronauts who have walked on the Moon, and most people would be able to list Neil Armstrong, and maybe even Buzz Aldrin. But can you name the rest of the Apollo astronauts who made it down to the lunar surface? In total twelve people have walked on the Moon. Besides Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin – who were the first two astronauts to leave their bootprints on the Moon — there were also Pete Conrad, Alan Bean, Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell, David Scott, James Irwin, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan, and Harrison Schmitt.

Interestingly, out of the dozen people who walked on the Moon, no one ever did it more than once. Geography. Nasa Earth science. Psychology for Sports Performance.


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Comet 'brighter than the moon' will fly-by the Earth in 2013

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50th Anniversary of Canada in Space

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  1. janetmyers Feb 24 2013
    We have forgotton how to use our body to create quantum magnetic fields and thus 'care', we are energy, everything in the universe comes down to energy....there are ways for us to use our bodies in energetic polarity balance. Much of what we have been taught, needs to be emptied and for us to learn how to come into the fullness of all we are capable of. This is something more are discovering...and the change it creates cannot be undone. Everything is energy. We are vibrational beings in a vibrational universe. Science is fringe awareness currently of this and exploration is limitless.
  2. janetmyers Feb 24 2013
    Nothing is insignificant.....and...each moment counts..... Please feel free to add something that you believe appropriate. I watched the movie 'Cloud Atlas' last night...some resonance....the scouts of this planet are wonderful, brave...we need to care for the planet we have and show that we can - testing times for mankind . expand our all of its diversities and evolve.
  3. peterchabanowich Feb 23 2013
    Because of the interconnectedness of all things, there is no insignificance. If we run across vast differences in magnitude, we invent mathematics for each realm, so each particle of some whole is integral. Quite something, indeed.
  4. hgoriginal Feb 23 2013
    Creator, creating. We get to enjoy it in more way's than we can imagine.