Saturn and Apollo hardware will not have realized their ultimate potential for space exploration after the project lunar landing is complete. To accomplish the Apollo lunar landing program, an immense backlog of technology, facilities, and booster capability will have been built up, and we believe proper utilization of this resource will fill the needs for planetary, lunar and earth orbital space exploration for years to come.
This photo shows the LRV on the moon at the Hadley-Appenine mountain range landing site during the Apollo 15 mission. Developed by Marshall Space Flight Center and built by Boeing, the LRV was an electric vehicle used to explore the Moon's surface during the Apollo 15, 16, and 17 missions.
The map shows landing locations on the moon's surface, including proposed landing sites of the cancelled Apollo 18 and Apollo 19 missions. This map was created as part of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) Project.