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Caption: Ken Mattingly takes a deep space walk outside the Command and Service Module on the way back to Earth. At the start of the clip his left arm can be seen in great detail as he adjusts the camera before floating down the length of the Service Module to retrieve a film canister and other experimental data. Charlie Duke is seen standing up in the open hatch of the Command Module to the left of the frame whilst Ken floats down to the right of frame - attached to the inside of the spacecraft by an umbilical tether. On his back he wears a smaller version of the PLSS (personal life support system) backpack. Date recorded: 1972-04-16 to 1972-04-27

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Apollo 16 Deep Space EVA

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