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Old 26-07-2020, 09:44 AM
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Apollo 16 in 60fps: Rover Traverse to Station 4

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTQ-SmeLTl8
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Itís a pleasure listening to those two southern larrikins on the lunar surface nearly 50 years ago , they brought a bit of levity to the Apollo program which was so clinical at the time
I was one of those lucky ones to have witnessed the Apollo program on my parents black and white TV during my late primary and junior high school days
Still the most significant technical and scientific achievement of human kind
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Old 26-07-2020, 06:58 PM
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Thanks Chris, that was a spectacular drive on the Moon.

The 3x5 metre crater they passed to their right looked quite daunting and they didn't appear to have too many issues navigating the steepish slope, amongst the many blocks and smaller craters, such a smooth ride.

Brought back many memories of when I was at Uni watching the Apollo broadcasts.

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