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Lunar Roving Vehicle Test Unit with Astronauts
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Astronauts
11/1/1971
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NASA Center Marshall Space Flight Center
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Apollo 16
11/12/1971
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NASA Center Kennedy Space Center
Apollo 16 Astronauts Inspect Lunar Rover
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Apollo 17
11/12/1971
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NASA Center Kennedy Space Center
Astronaut Charles Duke with Lunar Rover on Moon
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Apollo 16
05/02/1972
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NASA Center Headquarters
Astronauts Training on the Lunar Roving Vehicle
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Lunar Roving Vehicle Test Unit With Astronauts
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The First Lunar Observatory
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Charles Duke
1972
 
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Astronauts Charles Duke surveys terrain at California training site
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Astronaut Charles Duke near Lunar Roving Vehicle at Station no. 4 during EVA
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Astronaut Charles Duke stands at rock adjacent to "House Rock
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Astronaut Charles Duke works at front of Lunar Roving Vehicle
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Astronaut Charles Duke photographed collecting lunar samples at Station 1
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Astronaut Charles Duke examines surface of boulder at North Ray crater
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Astronaut Charles Duke hoisted up to Coast Guard helicopter during training
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Astronaut Charles Duke trains with core tube on simulated lunar surface
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Astronaut Charles Duke near Lunar Roving Vehicle at Station no. 4 during EVA
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Former astronaut Charles Duke receives a warm welcome as he is introduced as a previous inductee into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. He and other Hall of Fame members were present for the induction of five new space program heroes into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame: Richard O. Covey, commander of the Hubble Space Telescope repair mission; Norman E. Thagard, the first American to occupy Russia?s Mir space station; the late Francis R. "Dick" Scobee, commander of the ill-fated 1986 Challenger mission; Kathryn D. Sullivan, the first American woman to walk in space; and Frederick D. Gregory, the first African-American to command a space mission and the current NASA deputy administrator. Duke explored the rugged highlands of the Moon?s Descartes region with John Young during the Apollo 16 mission in April 1972. The induction ceremony was held at the Apollo/Saturn V Center at KSC. The U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame opened in 1990 to provide a place where space travelers could be remembered for their participation and accomplishments in the U.S. space program. The five inductees join 52 previously honored astronauts from the ranks of the Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, Apollo-Soyuz, and Space Shuttle programs.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Owen Garriott, chairman of the Astronaut Hall of Fame, waits to address guests at the Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony held at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex?s Apollo/Saturn V Center. Hall of Famers seated on stage are (from left, back row), Dick Gordon, Walt Cunningham, Bill Anders, Ed Mitchell, Al Worden, Charles Duke, Jack Lousma, Bill Pogue, Robert Crippen, Dan Brandenstein, Robert ?Hoot? Gibson and Stephen Covey. In front are (left to right) Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Vance Brand. The new inductees (not pictured) are Gordon Fullerton, Bruce McCandless and Joe Allen. Recognized for their individual flight accomplishments and contributions to the success and future success of the U.S. space program, this elite group of inductees is among only 60 astronauts to be honored in the Hall of Fame and the fourth group of Space Shuttle astronauts named.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Owen Garriott, chairman of the Astronaut Hall of Fame, speaks to guests at the Induction Ceremony of three new additions to the Hall of Fame: Gordon Fullerton, Bruce McCandless and Joe Allen. Seated on stage are current Hall of Famers, from left in the back row, Charles Duke, Jack Lousma, Bill Pogue, Dan Brandenstein, Robert ?Hoot? Gibson and Stephen Covey; in front row, Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Vance Brand. Recognized for their individual flight accomplishments and contributions to the success and future success of the U.S. space program, this elite group of inductees is among only 60 astronauts to be honored in the Hall of Fame and the fourth group of Space Shuttle astronauts named.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, new inductee Gordon Fullerton addresses guests. Behind him are current Hall of Famers (from left, back row) Al Worden, Charles Duke, Jack Lousma, Bill Pogue, Dan Brandenstein, Robert ?Hoot? Gibson and Stephen Covey; (in front row) Fred Haise and Vance Brand. The other new inductees are Bruce McCandless and Joe Allen. The event is being held in the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex?s Apollo/Saturn V Center. Recognized for their individual flight accomplishments and contributions to the success and future success of the U.S. space program, this elite group of inductees is among only 60 astronauts to be honored in the Hall of Fame and the fourth group of Space Shuttle astronauts named.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Owen Garriott, chairman of the Astronaut Hall of Fame, speaks to guests at the Induction Ceremony of three new additions to the Hall of Fame: Gordon Fullerton, Bruce McCandless and Joe Allen. Seated on stage are current Hall of Famers, from left in the back row, Dick Gordon, Walt Cunningham, Bill Anders, Ed Mitchell, Al Worden, Charles Duke, Jack Lousma, Bill Pogue, Robert Crippen, Dan Brandenstein, Robert ?Hoot? Gibson and Stephen Covey. In front, from left, are Master of Ceremonies LeVar Burton, who starred in the television series ?Star Trek: The Next Generation,? and Hall of Famers Scott Carpenter and John Young, and at right, Jim Lovell and Fred Haise. The ceremony is being held in the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex?s Apollo/Saturn V Center. Recognized for their individual flight accomplishments and contributions to the success and future success of the U.S. space program, this elite group of inductees is among only 60 astronauts to be honored in the Hall of Fame and the fourth group of Space Shuttle astronauts named.
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