LRV

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LRVLos Roques, Venezuela
LRVLight-Rail Vehicle
LRVLight Recreational Vehicle
LRVLuxury Recreational Vehicle
LRVLeisure Recreational Vehicle
LRVLunar Roving Vehicle
LRVLight Reconnaissance Vehicle (gaming)
LRVLog Reduction Value (filtration)
LRVLog Removal Value (US EPA)
LRVLeague of Rural Voters (est. 1985)
LRVLaunch Readines Verification (US NASA)
LRVLower Range Value
LRVLenticular Reentry Vehicle
LRVLoisirs Rixheim Vélos (French cycling club; Rixheim, France)
LRVLowest Relative Value
LRVLeaf Roll Virus
LRVLight Reflectivity Value
LRVLight Recovery Vehicle
LRVLiquid Reactor Vessel
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Among the more than two hundred apt illustrations that accompany Topham's narrative, I see nothing of child's play or evocation of childish attitudes in Neil Armstrong's photo of Edwin Aldrin standing beside an American flag on the moon, Harrison Schmitt's photo of Eugene Ceman driving a Lunar Roving Vehicle at the Taurus Littrow landing site, or the rightly famous December 24, 1968 photo taken by the crew of Apollo 8 showing Earth's beautiful blue and white sphere rising above the lifeless grey lunar surface--a sublime picture that "represents the very first time human eyes witnessed the phenomenon known as Earthrise" (47).
1971: American astronauts David Scott and James Irwin entered their Lunar Roving Vehicle and went for a ride on the moon.
The 4G network will enable the Audi lunar quattro rovers to communicate and transfer scientific data and HD video while they carefully approach and study NASA's Apollo 17 lunar roving vehicle that was used by the last astronauts to walk on the Moon (Commander Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt) to explore the Taurus-Littrow valley in December 1972.
That honor goes to NASA's lunar roving vehicle - like the Roadster, an electric vehicle - on the Apollo 15 moon mission.
On 23 April 1972, Duke and John Young embarked on a mission to explore the moon's Descartes Highlands in a Lunar Roving Vehicle.
In this (https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-as16-113-18339.html) image from 1972, Young is shown leaping into the air as he salutes the flag of the United States in front of the lunar module Orion, the lunar roving vehicle and the moon's Stone Mountain.