|Mission Number: AS-509||31 January - 9 February 1971|
Alan Shepard , Commander
Stuart Roosa , CSM Pilot
Edgar Mitchell , LM Pilot
Eugene Cernan, Commander
Ronald Evans, CSM Pilot
Joseph Engle, LM Pilot
Location: John F. Kennedy Space Center
Date: 31 January 1971
Time: 21:03:02 UTC
Mission Duration: 9 days, 0 hours, 1 minutes, 58 seconds
Location: Fra Mauro (Lunar 3.65° S, 17.47° W)
Touchdown: 5 February 1971 09:18:11 UTC
EVA#1: 4 hours, 48 minutes
EVA#2: 4 hours, 35 minutes
Liftoff: 6 February 1971 18:48:42 UTC
Surface Stay Time: 1 days, 9 hours, 30 minutes, 31 seconds
Date: 9 February 1971
Time: 21:05:00 UTC
Location: Pacific Ocean (27° 1' S, 172° 39' W)
Vessel: USS New Orleans (LPH-11)
Landing site: Fra Mauro. Lunar surface stay time, 33.5 hours; 67 hours in lunar orbit, with 34 orbits. Shepard and Mitchell performed 2 EVAs of 9 hours, 35 minutes. There was 94 lbs of material gathered, using a hand cart for the first time. Prior to Apollo 13, the lunar landing was planned to have been Littrow.
Shepard used a makeshift golf club and hit two golf balls, the first about 200 yards, the second about 400 yards.
The Command and Service Module (CSM) was named Kitty Hawk, and the Lunar Module (LM) was named Antares.
The Apollo 14 command module is currently on display at the Astronaut Hall of Fame in Titusville, FL.
Launch was by Saturn V.
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