Century Concepts Apollo 16 Charles Duke on the Moon Photo

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Century Concepts Apollo 16 Photo captures Astronaut Charles Duke becoming the 10th man on the moon... hand - signed!

Hand-signed by one of just 12 men to set foot on the moon! On April 21, 1972, Charles Moss Duke Jr. became just the tenth man to walk on the moon.

The Lunar Module Pilot for the Apollo 16 mission, Duke spent a record-setting 71 hours 14 minutes on the moon with fellow astronaut John Young. They explored its surface, performed scientific experiments, collected rock and soil samples-and returned to a hero's welcome.

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  • Personally signed by Charles Duke... certificate of authenticity included
  • Black-and-white photograph is matted and framed in wood under glass
  • Framed size: 13 x 16", photo size: 8 x 10".

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