After Apollo 13, the job of getting NASA back to the moon fell on the shoulders of America?s oldest astronaut Alan B. Shepard. Spending nearly 10 hours on the moon in February 1971 Shepard and Lunar Module pilot Edgar Mitchell conducted a wide range of scientific experiments including Shepard?s unplanned test of the flight of a golf ball in lunar gravity. Shepard and Mitchell hiked almost to the top of a 400 foot crater before running out of time and returning to the Lunar Module Antares. Apollo 14 returned to the Earth with a treasure trove of lunar data and over 100 pounds of moon rocks.
In Apollo 14 The NASA Mission Reports? some of the rare official documentation of the voyage of Apollo 14 is collected and made commercially available for the first time. Click here for the official NASA Apollo 14 website. We also carry the official Apollo 14 Mission Patch.