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    Apollo 16 Lunar Module Flown Beta Cloth Mission Insignia Signed by and from the Personal Collection of Mission Lunar Module Pilot Charlie Duke. This 9" x 9" piece of Beta cloth has a 3.5" diameter color mission insignia featured in the center. Duke has certified and signed in the lower left: "This Beta Cloth Apollo 16 Patch Flown to the Lunar Surface Aboard the Lunar Module 'Orion' April 20, 1972 Charles M. Duke, Jr. APOLLO 16 LMP". He has also signed in the lower right, "Charlie Duke". The Lunar Module Orion was the fifth LM to land on the moon and the first to land in the highlands area. This insignia was on the moon for seventy-one hours. Excellent condition.

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    October, 2008
    7th Tuesday
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