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Apollo 16

Launched: 16 April 1972 UT 17:54:00 (12:54:00 p.m. EST)
Landed on Moon: 21 April 1972 UT 02:23:35 (20 April 09:23:35 p.m. EST)
Landing Site: Descartes (8.97 S, 15.50 E)
Returned to Earth: 27 April 1972 UT 19:45:05 (02:45:05 p.m. EST)

John W. Young, commander
Thomas K. Mattingly II, command module pilot
Charles M. Duke, Jr., lunar module pilot

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Apollo 16 Command Module "Casper"

Apollo 16 Lunar Module "Orion"

Apollo 16 Subsatellite

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 Apollo 16 Mission Overview - Lunar and Planetary Institute
 Apollo 16 Mission Summary - Apollo by the Numbers, NASA History Office
 Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Journal - Transcript of Apollo 16 surface communications
 Apollo 16 Flight Journal - Transcript of Apollo 16 flight communications
 On the Moon with Apollo 16: A Guidebook to the Descartes Region (NASA EP-95, 1972) - Online Book
 Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report (PDF)
 Apollo 16 Press Kit (PDF)

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Dr. David R. Williams, dave.williams@nasa.gov
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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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Last Updated: 15 August 2022, DRW