noun, (often initial capital letter) U.S. Aerospace.
the portion of the Apollo spacecraft in which two astronauts landed on the moon’s surface and then returned to the orbiting command module.
the module used to carry two of the three astronauts on an Apollo spacecraft to the surface of the moon and back to the spacecraft
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noun, U.S. Aerospace. 1. one of a series of space probes that orbited and photographed the moon in 1966 and 1967.
noun, (often initial capital letters) U.S. Aerospace. 1. a wire-wheeled, battery-powered vehicle used by Apollo astronauts to explore the moon’s surface.
[loo-ner-skeyp] /ˈlu nərˌskeɪp/ noun 1. the landscape of the moon. 2. a rugged, barren landscape similar to that of the moon. 3. a representation of the moon’s landscape.