Apollo 17

The sixth and last landing on the moon, December 19, 1972.  Located near the rim of the Serenitatis Basin, Taurus-Littrow held the potential for exciting geological exploration. Gene Cernan (commander) and Harrison (Jack) Schmidt - a trained geologist - explored the region with the lunar rover and collected 110.4kg of material.

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An overview of the landing site: Taurus-Littrow.

Taurus-Littrow.  The larger crater to the right is called Camelot.  You can barely see the LM in the center of the picture.

Challenger kicking up a little dust.

Moments away from touchdown