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March 8, 2014

Family Time

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2014-03-13

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Cracked by: Manish Achuth , Sumanth Patlolla , syedmuneerali92@gmail.com , Bipin Banavalikar , Abhiram Bharadwaj Diddigi , Shwetha Maiya , AmK , Rogi , KK and Supritha Maiya

Answer:
In 1972, as part of the Apollo 16 mission to the moon, astronaut Charles Duke embarked on a mission to the explore the moon’s surface in a lunar roving vehicle. While there, he shot a picture of a photo of himself, his wife, and his two sons which was enclosed in plastic on the moon’s surface, where it remains to this day.

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10 Responses to “Family Time”

  1. Manish Achuth
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    Charles Duke left a family photo on the Moon when he traveled on the Apollo 16.


  2. Sumanth Patlolla
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    During his third and final walk on the moon in 1972, Apollo 16 astronaut Charles Duke left a photo of his family on the lunar surface, and captured the moment for posterity with his Hasselblad camera


  3. syedmuneerali92@gmail.com

    Charles Duke’s Family Photo which he left on the moon on his voyage to moon on Apollo 16 in 1972.


  4. Bipin Banavalikar
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    Astronaut Charles Duke’s Family photo found on the moon


  5. Abhiram Bharadwaj Diddigi
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    A family picture of Astronaut Charles duke. Moon.


  6. Shwetha Maiya
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    Apollo 16’s Charles Duke’s Family Photo on Moon


  7. AmK
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    Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke left a photograph of his family on the surface of the moon.


  8. Rogi
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    Photo left by one of the later Apollo astronauts on the surface of the Moon.
    Had to be 15, 16 or 17.
    I’ll try the middle. Apollo 16?


  9. KK
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    Family picture of Charles Duke.
    Find it on moon.


  10. Supritha Maiya
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    Family photo of Charles Duke(Apollo 16), on the moon.


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