Lunar module pilot Harrison Schmitt, accompanied by Apollo 17 commander Eugene Cernan, travelled further than anyone else on the surface using the Lunar Roving Vehicle - and it didn't even have a tax disc.
What does LMP stand for?
LMP stands for Lunar Module Pilot (US NASA Apollo missions)
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- Logistics Management Program
- Logistics Modernization Program
- London Market Principles (insurance)
- London Mozart Players (UK; est. 1949)
- Longest Matching Prefix (computing)
- Loon Mountain Park (Lincoln, NH)
- Loueur Meuble Professionnel (French: Professional Furniture Rental Company)
- Low Malignant Potential
- Low Melting Point (solder)
- Lumber, Millwork, & Plywood
- Anti-Latent Membrane Protein-1 (antibody)
- Link Management Protocol-Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex
- Latent Membrane Protein 1
- Large Multifunctional Protease 2
- Latency Membrane Protein 2 (Epstein-Barr virus)
- Low Molecular Mass Polypeptide 2
- Low Molecular Protein 2
- Low Molecular-Weight Protein 2
- Low Molecular Weight Protein 2/7
- Latent Membrane Protein 2A
Samples in periodicals archive:
Said Lunar module pilot Gene Cernan: "I don't think it's one of mine.
Apollo 14 lunar module pilot Edgar Mitchell, 82, argued that space exploration was a necessity.
99 Hardcover ND237 Artist/astronaut Bean was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 12 and the fourth man to walk on the moon.
Every ounce of additional weight carried meant a decrease in the available hover time for the Lunar Module pilot to find a suitable spot to land.
The Earth can be seen rising in the background SMALL STEP: In this July 20, 1969, photo, astronaut Edwin E Aldrin, Jr, aka "Buzz", lunar module pilot, descends the steps of the lunar module ladder as he prepares to walk on the Moon
AA Driving School listed three famous left-handers to emphasise the point made by their survey: Ayrton Senna, triple Formula 1 world champion; Valentino Ross, seven times MotoGP champion, and Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot of Apollo 11 and the second man to set foot on the moon.
He had a crew of two for this mission, Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot and Mike Collins, command module pilot.