Apollo 16 Аполлон 16

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04/16/1972 17:54:00
04/27/1972 19:45:05
11 d 1 h 51 m 05 s
(265 h 51 m 05 s)
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2 239 482 km
04/21/1972 02:23:35
04/24/1972 01:25:48
71 h 2 m 13 s
8.97° south, 15.51° east
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Orion
Fred Haise, Commander
Edgar D. Mitchell, Lunar Module Pilot
Stuart A. Roosa, Command Module Pilot

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Thomas Mattingly
(Command Module Pilot)

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Astronaut No. 56

Astronaut of the USA No. 31

Mattingly: 1st flight

Cumulative time: 11 d 1 h 51 m 05 s
(265 h 51 m 05 s)

John Young
(Commander)

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Astronaut No. 18

Astronaut of the USA No. 7

Young: 4th flight

Cumulative time: 22 d 5 h 33 m 38 s
(533 h 33 m 38 s)

Charles Duke
(Lunar Module Pilot)

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Astronaut No. 57

Astronaut of the USA No. 32

Duke: 1st flight

Cumulative time: 11 d 1 h 51 m 05 s
(265 h 51 m 05 s)


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View of the Lunar Module and Lunar Vehicle. John Young can be seen behind the Lunar Vehicle.

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Charles Duke on the moon surface.

The longest flight:
06/06/1971 23 d 18 h 21 m 43 s (570 h 21 m 43 s) Georgy Dobrovolsky, Vladislav Volkov and Viktor Patsaev

The largest number of flights: 4 Lovell, Young

The most cumulative time in space: 29 d 22 h 4 m 55 s (718 h 4 m 55 s) James Lovell

Tenth manned flight on the program Apollo. Fifth landing on the moon surface. John Young and Charles Duke are the ninth and tenth people on the moon. John Young made fourth space flight.


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