Now here is the next puzzle in this game.
The Apollo mission conducted from 1969 to 1972 were a period of solar maximum where an average 15 solar flare with varies magnitude are emitted. These solar flares would sometime last for few hours to a couple of days.
Although you could predict solar flares, I find it NASAís decision to send these men to moon during maximum highly unethical (canít find the right word right now), risking the lives of the astronauts.
What is even more disturbing is why they would risk sending Apollo 17 after the 1972 August M class solar flare. Why were they taking such a high risk, incase of unpredictable solar that could end lives of these men.
NASA did not think it is such a risk, mission accomplished and they were correct.
That is pretty simple