Podcaster: Andy Poniros
Title: The 50th Anniversary of Apollo 16 / Interview with Apollo 11 CAPCOM & Apollo 16 LMP Charlie Duke
Organization: Cosmic Perspective
Intro Music: “A Piece of Space History”, by Andy Poniros
Closing Outro Music: “Funk 2001”, by Larry Benigno
Apollo Astronaut Charlie Duke discusses his Apollo 11 Moon Landing Capsule Communications, Apollo 16 Lunar Module Pilot, & Post Moon Landing Life Changing Experiences.
For more info go to: www.Charlieduke.com
“Cosmic Perspective Radio” is an Andy Poniros Production
Bio: Andy Poniros is a JPL / NASA Solar System Ambassador, Amateur Astronomer, Telescope Builder, Science Reporter and “Cosmic Perspective” host on www.WPKN.org
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