Apollo 16 - April 23, 1972 - NASA ID: ­AS16-​­117-​­18816 TO 18819
Duke’s Station 10 panoramic series. The LM can be seen, left, and Young is aligning the ​­high-​­gain antenna on the LRV to point at Earth in order to transmit the live TV pictures. Young: “Charlie, where is the Earth? Should be right straight up.” Duke: “No, you’ve got to go right some . . . See it in the sight?” Young struggled to use the antenna’s alignment sight.

Andrew Saunders

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Apollo 16 - April 23, 1972 - NASA ID: ­AS16-​­117-​­18816 TO 18819

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Duke’s Station 10 panoramic series. The LM can be seen, left, and Young is aligning the ​­high-​­gain antenna on the LRV to point at Earth in order to transmit the live TV pictures. Young: “Charlie, where is the Earth? Should be right straight up.” Duke: “No, you’ve got to go right some . . . See it in the sight?” Young struggled to use the antenna’s alignment sight.

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Andrew Saunders

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Print Size: 2000x1000 mm

Frame Size: 2080x1080 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 24

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