The Launch<a href='http://www.nasm.si.edu/collections/imagery/apollo/AS15/a15sum.htm' >http://www.nasm.si.edu/collections/imagery/apollo/AS15/a15sum.htm
The Apollo 15 mission was launched on July 26,1971 from the Kennedy Space Center. There were three crew members aboard; David Scott, Alfred Worden, and James Irwin. The purpose of the mission was to observe the moon surface, collect samples, conduct experiments, and test new equipment.
Landed on Moonhttp://www.nasm.si.edu/collections/imagery/apollo/AS15/a15sum.htm
The Lunar Module, or LM, landed on the Moon on July 30,1971.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Packagehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_15#Launch_and_outbound_trip
Scott and Irwin unloaded the Lunar Roving Vehicle, or LRV, and drove it to Elbow Crater along the Hadley Rille. Scott and Irwin set up the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package, or ALSEP.
The second evtravehicular activity, or EVA, was started at the edge of Mount Hadley Delta. During this activity, they collected samples and recovered the famous Genesis Rock.
Scott and Irwin performed the third and final EVA. Scott performed an experiment, testing Galileo's theory of objects in gravity fields in vacuums, with a feather and a hammer. He dropped both objects at the same time, and because of the vacuum present on the surface of the moon, they both landed at the same time.
Left the Moonhttp://www.nasm.si.edu/collections/imagery/apollo/AS15/a15sum.htm
The LM left the moon on August 2,1971.
Landing on Earthhttp://www.nasm.si.edu/collections/imagery/apollo/AS15/a15sum.htm
The mission was completed and landed back on Earth's surface on August 7, 1971.