Apollo-16: (Casper & Orion)
Launched 04/16/1972, Landed 04/21/1972, Splashdown 04/27/1972
Commander - John Young,
CM Pilot - Thomas Mattingly,
LM Pilot - Charles Duke
The Orion landed in the highland area north of the Crater Descartes.
Explored the surrounding area, conducted scientific experiments, and brought back numerious soil and rock samples.
Second use of the Lunar Rover, in which the astronauts traveled around 16.5 miles.
Spent total of 71 hours, 14 minutes on the Lunar surface, of which 20 hrs 14 min were EVA.
Hope you enjoyed the visit. Come again soon!