sic itur ad astra

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The Apollo 17 prime astronaut crew observes pre-launch activity at Complex 39A while participating in Emergency Egress Test. They are, left to right, Harrison H. Schmitt, Ronald E. Evans and Eugene A. Cernan.
[Someone has pointed out that the above, official NASA comment is wrong! It seems that Harrison Schmitt is in the middle. This assumes that they are wearing the correct helmets! - ed]

The Apollo 17 prime astronaut crew observes pre-launch activity at Complex 39A while participating in Emergency Egress Test. They are, left to right, Harrison H. Schmitt, Ronald E. Evans and Eugene A. Cernan.

[Someone has pointed out that the above, official NASA comment is wrong! It seems that Harrison Schmitt is in the middle. This assumes that they are wearing the correct helmets! - ed]

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