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NASA Apollo project astronauts

Manned mission by Apollo spacecraft was held only 16 times. Among them, reached lunar orbit was nine times. The mission successful landing on the moon was six times. It was the 12 only astronauts that could step on the soil of the moon.
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AS-204/Apollo 1

Edward H.White.II:CMP, Virgil I. Grissom:CDP, Roger B. Chaffee:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Virgil I. Grissom
CM Pilot:CMP Edward H.White.II
LM Pilot:LMP Roger B. Chaffee
DescriptionThey died by the fire which appeared during the count down test.

AS-205/Apollo 7

Donn F. Eisesle:CMP, Walter M.Schirra, Jr:CDP, Walter Cunningham:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Walter M.Schirra, Jr
CM Pilot:CMP Donn F. Eisesle
LM Pilot:LMP Walter Cunningham
DescriptionThe first manned flight with APOLLO (the earth orbit).

AS-503/Apollo 8

Frank Borman, Jr:CDP, William A. Anders:LMP, James A. Lovell Jr.:CMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Frank Borman
CM Pilot:CMP James A. Lovell Jr.
LM Pilot:LMP William A. Anders
DescriptionFirst manned moon orbit flight. They read the Bible aloud from the moon orbit in the Christmas.

AS-504/Apollo 9

James A. McDivitt:CDP, David R. Scott:CMP, Russel L. Schweickart:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP James A. McDivitt
CM Pilot:CMP David R. Scott
LM Pilot:LMP Russel L. Schweickart
DescriptionFirst manned Lunar Module flight(the earth orbit). They enforced a large quantity of technology examination about APOLLO systems.

AS-505/Apollo 10

Eugiene A. Cernan:LMP, John W. Young:CMP, Thomas P. Stafford:CDP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Thomas P. Stafford
CM Pilot:CMP John W. Young
LM Pilot:LMP Eugiene A. Cernan
DescriptionFirst Lunar Module flight on the moon orbit and rendezvous, docking.

AS-506/Apollo 11

Neil A. Armstrong:CDP, Michael Collins:CMP, Edwin E. Aldrin Jr.:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Neil A. Armstrong
CM Pilot:CMP Michael Collins
LM Pilot:LMP Edwin E. Aldrin Jr.
DescriptionFirst manned lunar landing.

AS-507/Apollo 12

Charles Conrad, Jr.:CDP, Richard F. Gordon, Jr.:CMP, Alan L. Bean:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Charles Conrad, Jr.
CM Pilot:CMP Richard F. Gordon, Jr.
LM Pilot:LMP Alan L. Bean
DescriptionSuccess of 'pinpoint landing'. They landed on just near SURVEYOR No.3.

AS-508/Apollo 13

James A. Lovell Jr.:CDP, John L. Swigert, Jr.:CMP, Fred W. Haise, Jr.:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP James A. Lovell Jr.
CM Pilot:CMP John L. Swigert, Jr.
LM Pilot:LMP Fred W. Haise, Jr.
DescriptionBy the explosion of oxygen tank of SM, the mission was aborted. They returned safely by using a lunar module as a lifeboat. This is being called "great failure".

AS-509/Apollo 14

Edgar D. Mitchell:LMP, Alan B. Shepard, Jr.:CDP, Stuart A. Roosa:CMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
CM Pilot:CMP Stuart A. Roosa
LM Pilot:LMP Edgar D. Mitchell
DescriptionFrom this mission, they came to place emphasis for lunar science investigation.

AS-510/Apollo 15

David R. Scott:CDP, Alfred M. Worden:CMP, James B. Irwin:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP David R. Scott
CM Pilot:CMP Alfred M. Worden
LM Pilot:LMP James B. Irwin
DescriptionIt was the full equipment APOLLO mision. A moon rover was used for the first time.

AS-511/Apollo 16

Thomas K. Mattingly. II:CMP, John W. Young:CDP, Charles M. Duke:LMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP John W. Young
CM Pilot:CMP Thomas K. Mattingly. II
LM Pilot:LMP Charles M. Duke
Description

AS-512/Apollo 17

Harrison H. Schmitt:LMP, Eugiene A. Cernan:CDP, Ronald E. Evans:CMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Eugiene A. Cernan
CM Pilot:CMP Ronald E. Evans
LM Pilot:LMP Harrison H. Schmitt
DescriptionThe first geologist astronaut(Schmitt) got on board. The last moon investigation.

Apollo 18(canceled)

Commander Pilot:CDP Richard F. Gordon, Jr.
CM Pilot:CMP Vance D. Brand
LM Pilot:LMP Harrison H. Schmitt
DescriptionMission canceled because of budget cut. Schmitt was replaced with Joe H. Engle , which was originally assigned, and became a Apollo 17 astronaut. These member were initial determination.

Apollo 19(canceled)

Commander Pilot:CDP Fred W. Haise, Jr.
CM Pilot:CMP William R. Pogue
LM Pilot:LMP Gerald P. Carr
DescriptionMission canceled because of budget cut. These member were initial determination.

Apollo 20(canceled)

Commander Pilot:CDP Stuart A. Roosa
CM Pilot:CMP Paul J. Weitz
LM Pilot:LMP Jack R. Lousma
DescriptionMission canceled because of budget cut. These member were initial determination.

AS-206/SkyLab 2(SL2)

Joseph P. Kerwin:science-pilot, Charles Conrad, Jr.:CDP, Paul J. Weitz:CMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Charles Conrad, Jr.
CM Pilot:CMP Paul J. Weitz
science-pilot Joseph P. Kerwin
DescriptionThe first Skylab stay member. Perform repair solar panel failed to deploy.

AS-207/Skylab 3(SL3)

Owen K. Garriott:science-pilot, Jack R. Lousma:CDP, Alan L. Bean:CMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Alan L. Bean
CM Pilot:CMP Jack R. Lousma
science-pilot Owen K. Garriott
DescriptionThe second Skylab stay member

AS-208/Skylab 4(SL4)

Gerald P. Carr:CDP, Edward G. Gibson:science-pilot, William R. Pogue:CMP (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Gerald P. Carr
CM Pilot:CMP William R. Pogue
science-pilot Edward G. Gibson
DescriptionLast Skylab stay member

AS-210/ASTP

Donald K. Slayton:docking module pilot, Thomas P. Stafford:CDP, Vance D. Brand:CMP, Aleksey A. Leonov:CDP, Valeriy N. Kubasov:engineer (Left to right)
Commander Pilot:CDP Thomas P. Stafford
CM Pilot:CMP Vance D. Brand
docking module pilot Donald K. Slayton
DescriptionThe last flight of APOLLO spacecraft. First international docking test with Soyuz spaceship of the Soviet Union.