LEM is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for LEM in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "LEM" answer was first appeared in "21 Nov 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Polish writer Stanislaw". It was authored by Peter Gordon. Recently, the "LEM" answer has been used for "9 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "The Eagle, e.g., for short". It was authored by Doug Peterson and Christina Iverson. "LEM" appeared 71 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "LEM" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
9 Dec 2023 10D The Eagle, e.g., for short Doug Peterson and Christina Iverson
2 Aug 2022 18D Moon-landing acronym Jay Kaskel and Daniel Kantor
17 Jul 2022 9D Apollo vehicle, for short Greg Slovacek
21 Dec 2020 14D Old NASA moon-landing vehicle Sarah Keller and Derek Bowman
29 Aug 2020 59D Apollo craft, for short Michael Hawkins
3 Jul 2019 9D Moon lander, for short Evan Mahnken
16 Apr 2018 49A Moon vehicle, for short David Woolf
19 Jan 2018 51A The Eagle, e.g. David J. Kahn
12 Nov 2017 61D Apollo 11’s Eagle, for short Ed Sessa
8 Jul 2017 55D Historic vehicle, briefly David Steinberg
24 Sep 2016 44A Science fiction author Stanislaw Mary Lou Guizzo
1 Feb 2016 36D Moon landing craft, for short Gary Cee
22 Jan 2015 61A Apollo 13’s Aquarius, e.g. Timothy Polin
26 Nov 2014 29A Sci-fi author Stanislaw Michael S. Maurer
25 Nov 2014 55D Early moon lander, for short Jeffrey Wechsler
11 Sep 2013 44D The Eagle that landed, e.g. Patrick Blindauer
2 Aug 2013 24D NASA’s Aquarius, e.g. Barry C. Silk
27 Jan 2013 54D Apollo 10’s Snoopy, e.g., for short Jeff Chen
30 Jul 2012 28A Moon landing vehicle, for short Rosemarie Dolan and Christopher Geach
30 Jun 2011 67D Old NASA vehicle David Poole
18 Dec 2010 48A Spider, Snoopy or Intrepid: Abbr. Brad Wilber
12 Dec 2009 39A Apollo part Karen M. Tracey
19 Nov 2009 33D NASA moon lander Tyler Hinman and Jeremy Horwitz
27 Feb 2009 44A 1960s-’70s touchdown maker Joe DiPietro
24 Apr 2008 31A “Solaris” author Stanislaw ___ Michael Langwald
11 Jan 2008 52D Moon unit Mike Nothnagel
3 Oct 2007 67D NASA vehicle Robert Dillman
12 Sep 2007 26D Apollo vehicle, for short Alan Arbesfeld
9 May 2007 51A Science fiction author Stanislaw Patrick Merrell
5 Jan 2007 31A N.F.L. Hall-of-Famer ___ Barney Paula Gamache
10 Sep 2006 74A NASA vehicle Joe DiPietro
30 Aug 2006 27A Moon vehicle, for short Kyle Mahowald
9 Apr 2006 117A NASA vehicle Paula Gamache
6 Mar 2006 19D Moon lander, for short Jack McInturff
24 Jul 2005 28A Apollo mission vehicle Frank Longo
23 Aug 2004 8D Moon lander, for short Nancy Salomon and Kyle Mahowald
15 Aug 2004 94D Moon lander, for short Brendan Emmett Quigley
17 Mar 2004 59A Moon-landing vehicle, for short A. J. Santora
28 Dec 2003 4D Apollo vehicle Seth A. Abel
23 Nov 2003 63D Moon vehicle, briefly Leonard Williams
25 Jun 2003 42A “Solaris” author Leonard Williams
14 Apr 2003 69A Moon vehicle, for short Janet R. Bender
12 Mar 2003 3D Science fiction writer Stanislaw Myles Callum
25 Sep 2002 29D Landing craft: Abbr. Tyler Hinman
19 Feb 2002 5D “Solaris” author Stanislaw Arlan and Linda Bushman
21 Oct 2001 94A Space craft Robert H. Wolfe
18 Apr 2001 67D NASA vehicle A. J. Santora
22 Mar 2001 26A The Eagle, e.g. Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
11 Oct 2000 37A The Eagle that landed Greg Staples
12 Sep 2000 56A Moon vehicle Bill Zais
10 Dec 1999 38A The Eagle that landed Gilbert H. Ludwig
26 Mar 1999 51A The Eagle, e.g. Brendan Emmett Quigley
3 Jan 1999 70D Polish sci-fi author Randolph Ross
30 Oct 1998 36D “Solaris” novelist Jim Page
25 Nov 1997 26A Apollo vehicle Gregory E. Paul
24 Jun 1997 1D Moon craft, for short Stephanie Spadaccini
26 May 1997 31A Moon-landing vehicle Eileen Lexau
7 Mar 1997 14D “Solaris” author Stanislaw Jeff Herrington
15 Dec 1996 75A Author Stanislaw R. Ross
12 Dec 1996 55A Apollo vehicle, for short J. R. Conrad
14 Jun 1996 60D Space program acronym R. Norris
5 Nov 1995 58A Eagle, e.g. Dean Niles
1 Nov 1995 33A Moon vehicle, briefly D. J. DeChristopher
11 Aug 1995 6D Apollo part Martin Ashwood-Smith
15 May 1995 51A Moon craft, for short Ernie Furtado
11 May 1995 30A Apollo’s Eagle, for one Wayne Robert Williams
26 Feb 1995 50A Apollo component, for short Fred Piscop
25 Nov 1994 9D Apollo 11’s Eagle, e.g. Daniel R. Stark
27 Aug 1994 2D “Solaris” author Joy L. Wouk
7 Apr 1994 37A Apollo component Fred Piscop
21 Nov 1993 30A Polish writer Stanislaw Peter Gordon

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