Charles Duke, astronaut, NASA, 10th man on the Moon, pilot of the lunar module of Apollo 16

28. 3. 2015

One of the twelve people who walked on the Moon. Charles Duke. The pilot of the lunar module of Apollo 16. He spent 71 hours on the Moon. He was the voice of NASA when Apollo 11 landed on the Moon and communicated with Neil Armstrong during critical moments. And as a backup member of the Apollo 13 crew, he caught the German measles, which caused a change in the prime Apollo 13 crew. Charles Duke was answering your questions.

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Charles Duke, astronaut, NASA, 10th man on the Moon, pilot of the lunar module of Apollo 16

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