Here's part of the content - you would like to know it all? Delve into this book today!..... : As an astronaut, Scott made his first flight into space as pilot of the Gemini 8 mission along with Neil Armstrong in March 1966, spending just under eleven hours in Low Earth orbit.
... Scott made his third and final flight into space as commander of the Apollo 15 mission, the fourth human lunar landing, becoming the seventh person to walk on the Moon and the first person to drive on the Moon.
... On March 16, 1966, Scott and command pilot Neil Armstrong were launched into space on the Gemini 8 mission, a flight originally scheduled to last three days, in which Scott was to perform an EVA, but terminated early due to a malfunctioning thruster.
...Other Apollo 15 achievements include: largest payloads ever placed into earth and lunar orbits; first scientific instrument module bay flown and operated on an Apollo spacecraft; longest distance traversed on lunar surface; first use of a lunar surface navigation device (mounted on Rover-1); first subsatellite launched in lunar orbit; and first extravehicular (EVA) from a command module during transearth coast.
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Inside the Guide: David Scott, Rusty Schweickart, Neil Armstrong, NASA Astronaut Group 3, Michael Collins (astronaut), Lunar Roving Vehicle, James McDivitt, James Irwin, Gemini 8, Brett Cullen, Apollo 9, Apollo 17, Apollo 15 postage stamp incident, Apollo 15, Apollo 13 (film), Apollo 12, Anna Ford, Alfred Worden