Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV): How the mighty have fallen.

Miss Kentucky (year?) about to step out of one of the 1-gravity trainer LRV used in happier times to give the Apollo astronauts instruction in the operation and driving practice of the real rover. The helper is wearing a definitely tired Command Module pilot (CMP) A7L space suit topped with a very rare early red Lunar Extravehicular Visor Assembly (LEVA).

Photo taken at the Space and Rocket Center Museum, Huntsville, Al (thanks, Alan). A Saturn rocket lying on the dirt and this. All very sad.

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2 thoughts on “Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV): How the mighty have fallen.

  1. Photo taken at the Space and Rocket Center Museum, Huntsville, Al. I believe. The Saturn is still on its side, but restored and in its own building. A full scale assembled model sits outside.

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