The Funny First Words Of The Third Man On The Moon
In November 1969, Pete Conrad became the third man on the moon as he commanded the Apollo 12 mission. He followed the lunar walk of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. In his career, Conrad logged 1,100 hours of space exploration. The Apollo 12 mission had Conrad on the lunar surface for seven hours and 45 minutes with Alan L. Bean as they set up a nuclear generator to power later experiments.
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Hear the conversation that happened from PDI to touchdown during the Apollo 12 mission: 01:30
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