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Group 5 (1966)
Charles Duke became the tenth man to step onto the surface of the Moon, on 21 April 1972, during the 5th manned lunar landing mission, Apollo 16. Duke and his commander, John Young, landed on the Moon on the rough Cayley plains and spent 71 hours on the surface, exploring the Descartes region.
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