Charles Duke at the rim of Plum Crater, Apollo 16, EVA 1, April 1972

Charles Duke at the rim of Plum Crater, Apollo 16, EVA 1, April 1972

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Credit: John Young

Apollo 16, April 1972

Vintage chromogenic print, 20.2 x 25.4 cm

NASA AS16-114-18423

John Young’s photographs of the lunar landscape convey the human dimension of space travel in an exceptionally personal way.

“It was probably the most hostile environment I’d ever been in, in a flying situation. And yet I felt more at peace and more serene… You didn’t feel fearful of the hostile environment… There was a serenity and a peacefulness about the Moon.” Charles Duke

Condition: minor softening and small crease top right corner, very small surface abrasion near bottom right corner, otherwise mint.

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