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|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 11]] ||rowspan="2"| July 21, 1969<ref name=Ap11Date>This date is based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Americans alive at the time remember it as the night of July 20, 1969 (Armstrong set foot on the Moon at 10:56 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time), but the official NASA chronology was kept in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), so the first step was 2:56 a.m. on the 21st: [http://history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_11i_Timeline.htm]</ref> || [[NASA]]<ref name="civilian">Armstrong had left the US Navy and was already a NASA employee when he and [[Elliot See]] became the first civilian astronauts in Astronaut Group 2. See Armstrong's [http://history.nasa.gov/ap11ann/astrobios.htm#Armstrong NASA biography] and a [http://www.nasa.gov/vision/space/features/armstrong_ambassador_of_exploration.html description of his receiving a NASA award], among others.</ref> || Purdue University, University of Southern California
 
|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 11]] ||rowspan="2"| July 21, 1969<ref name=Ap11Date>This date is based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Americans alive at the time remember it as the night of July 20, 1969 (Armstrong set foot on the Moon at 10:56 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time), but the official NASA chronology was kept in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), so the first step was 2:56 a.m. on the 21st: [http://history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_11i_Timeline.htm]</ref> || [[NASA]]<ref name="civilian">Armstrong had left the US Navy and was already a NASA employee when he and [[Elliot See]] became the first civilian astronauts in Astronaut Group 2. See Armstrong's [http://history.nasa.gov/ap11ann/astrobios.htm#Armstrong NASA biography] and a [http://www.nasa.gov/vision/space/features/armstrong_ambassador_of_exploration.html description of his receiving a NASA award], among others.</ref> || Purdue University, University of Southern California
 
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| align=center|{{font color|#ddeeff|0}}2. || [[Buzz Aldrin]]|| {{Birth date and age|1930|1|20}} || || 39y 6m 0d || Air Force || [[United States Military Academy]], MIT
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| align=center|{{font color|#ddeeff|0}}2. || [[Buzz Aldrin]]|| {{Birth date and age|1930|1|20}} || || 39y 6m 0d || Air Force || [[United States Military Academy]], [[MIT]]
 
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| align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}3. || [[Pete Conrad]]|| {{Birth date|1930|6|2}} || {{Death date and age|1999|7|8|1930|6|2}}|| 39y 5m 17d
 
| align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}3. || [[Pete Conrad]]|| {{Birth date|1930|6|2}} || {{Death date and age|1999|7|8|1930|6|2}}|| 39y 5m 17d
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|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 14]] ||rowspan="2"| February 5–6, 1971 || Navy || United States Naval Academy, [[Naval War College]]
 
|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 14]] ||rowspan="2"| February 5–6, 1971 || Navy || United States Naval Academy, [[Naval War College]]
 
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| align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}6. || [[Edgar Mitchell]]|| {{Birth date|1930|9|17}} || {{Death date and age|2016|2|4|1930|9|17}} || 40y 4m 19d || Navy || Carnegie Mellon University, Naval Postgraduate School, MIT
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| align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}6. || [[Edgar Mitchell]]|| {{Birth date|1930|9|17}} || {{Death date and age|2016|2|4|1930|9|17}} || 40y 4m 19d || Navy || [[Carnegie Mellon University]], Naval Postgraduate School, [[MIT]]
 
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| align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}7. || [[David Scott]]|| {{Birth date and age|1932|6|6}} || || 39y 1m 25d
 
| align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}7. || [[David Scott]]|| {{Birth date and age|1932|6|6}} || || 39y 1m 25d
|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 15]] ||rowspan="2"| July 31 – August 2, 1971 || Air Force || University of Michigan (freshman year, and later, an honorary doctorate), [[United States Military Academy]], MIT
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|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 15]] ||rowspan="2"| July 31 – August 2, 1971 || Air Force || University of Michigan (freshman year, and later, an honorary doctorate), [[United States Military Academy]], [[MIT]]
 
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|align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}8. || [[James Irwin]]|| {{Birth date|1930|3|17}} || {{Death date and age|1991|8|8|1930|3|17}}|| 41y 4m 14d || Air Force || United States Naval Academy, University of Michigan
 
|align=center|{{font color|#ffe8e8|0}}8. || [[James Irwin]]|| {{Birth date|1930|3|17}} || {{Death date and age|1991|8|8|1930|3|17}}|| 41y 4m 14d || Air Force || United States Naval Academy, University of Michigan
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|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 16]] ||rowspan="2"| April 21–23, 1972 || Navy || Georgia Institute of Technology
 
|rowspan="2"| [[Apollo 16]] ||rowspan="2"| April 21–23, 1972 || Navy || Georgia Institute of Technology
 
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| align=center|10. || [[Charles Duke]]|| {{Birth date and age|1935|10|3}} || || 36y 6m 18d || Air Force || United States Naval Academy, MIT
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| align=center|10. || [[Charles Duke]]|| {{Birth date and age|1935|10|3}} || || 36y 6m 18d || Air Force || United States Naval Academy, [[MIT]]
 
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| align=center|11. || [[Eugene Cernan]]|| {{Birth date and age|1934|3|14}} || || 38y 9m 7d
 
| align=center|11. || [[Eugene Cernan]]|| {{Birth date and age|1934|3|14}} || || 38y 9m 7d
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