We are all accustomed to seeing images of the famous first landing on the moon, but did you know that between 1969 and 1972 there were actually six missions to the moon?
These photographs show a handful of lucky astronauts roaming around the lunar surface collecting samples and exploring.
In 1971, the fourth mission to the moon, astronauts David R. Scott and James B. Irwin, got the opportunity to spend four days on the moon.
In 1972, which was the last mission to the moon, three astronauts, Eugene A. Cernan, Harrison H. Schmitt, and Ronald E. Evans, spent time on the moon cruising around in the Lunar Roving Vehicle.
How awesome would that be...four wheeling around the moon?