The Apollo program included a large number of uncrewed test missions and 11 crewed missions. Under the Apollo program, 11 manned flights were completed.
Among them: two orbital flights around the Earth, two lunar orbital missions,
one flight with a flyby of the moon and six missions with landing on the surface of the moon. A total of 29 astronauts made space flights as part of the Apollo program.
Four astronauts made two flights under the Apollo program: James Lovell
, John Young
and Eugene Cernan
24 astronauts flew to the moon. James Lovell, John Young, and Eugene Cernan flew twice to the moon. 12 astronauts landed
on the moon: Neil Armstrong
, Edwin Aldrin
, Alan Shepard
, Edgar Mitchell
David Scott, James Irwin
John Young, Charles Duke
, Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt