As part of the Apollo 16 mission, Charlie Duke became the 10th man to walk on the moon in April 1972. Then 36 years old, he became the youngest person ever to have stepped foot on the lunar surface — a record that he still holds. He and fellow NASA astronaut John Young stayed on the surface for a record 71 hours (later eclipsed by the Apollo 17 mission), spent 20 hours and 14 minutes outside the lander, and logged 16.6 miles in their lunar rover. Learn more
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Individually hand-signed, this bold label features Duke on the moon's surface from the Apollo 16 mission.
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