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Apollo 16 Image Library

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Last revised 23 September 2013

 

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Anaglyphs in the image libraries created from sequential panorama frames by the ALSJ editor exist only because of Yuri Krasilnikov's willingness to teach me the art. Whatever value the anaglyphs have is due to Yuri's insights and guidance. Flaws are my doing. Briefly, panorama stitching software Hugin is used to create both non-stereo pan assemblies and remapped versions of the images. The latter are then made into anaglyphs using GIMP. The individual remapped images are linked from the corresponding Library entries for the original frames. The remapped images can be used to create stereo views using other methods.


For those interested in the subject of Apollo Photography and the Color of the Moon, see a brief discussion written for the ALSJ by Michael Light.


Journal Contributor Paul White has made detailed comparisons of cloud patterns seen in a large number of Apollo images with imagery taken at close to the same time by various meteorlogical satellites.


This Apollo 16 Image Library contains all of the pictures taken on the lunar surface by the astronauts together with pictures from pre-flight training and pictures of equipment and the flight hardware. High-resolution version of many of the lunar surface images are included. A source for both thumbnail and low -resolution versions of the lunar surface images is a website compiled by Paul Spudis and colleagues at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston.


Sections:


Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Images

[Journal Contributor James Fincannon has used sunrise-to-sunset sequences of LROC images on the site to demonstrate that, as of 2009-2011, the Apollo 16 flag is still aloft and casting a shadow. First Look - 12 July 2009 19:04:51 UTC ( 1.4 Mb

This image was taken from 100 km altitude with the Sun at an elevation of 8.9 degrees and an azimuth of 271.7 degrees. Resolution in the raw file is 1 m/pixel. Labeled versions and a link to the raw file (nacr00000ada) are available at the LROC website.
EVA-1 Map based on 12 July 2009 LRO Image ( 2 Mb )
LRO image nacr00000ad8 was taken 12 July 2009 19:04:51 UTC. The Sun was low in the west, so the tracks made by the LRV are not visible. Station maps from the Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report have been added. Locations based on Figures 3 ( 0.6Mb ) and 6 ( 0.4Mb ) in Chapter D1 ( 3Mb ) of the USGS Professional Paper.
North Ray Station 11 based on 12 July 2009 LRO image ( 2.5 Mb )
See, also, a labeled version ( 2.1Mb). Note the length of the shadow cast by House Rock, partly because of its size but also because the shadow falls on ground sloping down the the east.
Digital Elevation Model - South Ray Crater ( 1.7 Mb
Synthetic perspective view looking south from the Apollo 16 landing area, topography is rendered naturally (no vertical exaggeration). Made from LROC images M102064759 and M102057692, taken 12 July 2009. NASA/GSFC/Ohio State University. Further details available at the LROC website.
Landing Site Maps/Images

Red-Blue Anaglyph from LROC images ((0.3 MB)

Anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne.
Telescopic Image of the Descartes Landing Site ( 256k )
Photographed by Ulrich Lotzmann. Animated GIF by Ken Glover.
Telescopic Image of the Descartes Landing Site ( 3.6 Mb )
Photographed at about 2000 UTC on 24 May from Marburg, Germany, by Ulli and Christian 'Pete' Lotzmann. Animated GIF ( 1.2 Mb ) by Ken Glover.
Lunar Topographic Orthophotomap - Descartes Landing Site ( 6.0 Mb )
1975 Defense Mapping Agency 1:50,000 sheet centered on the rille east of the North Complex and including all areas visited by the Apollo 15 crew. 200 dpi scan courtesy Robin Wheeler.
Apollo 16 Orbital Monitor Chart, Sheet 21 (flown) ( 376k )
West is at the top, as is the landing site. Private collection. Scan courtesy Larry McGlynn
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4623 - North ( 260k )
John Pfannerstill has scanned three areas of this frame. The first shows the area north of the LM up to North Ray Crater. The two large craters at the upper left are North Ray and, below and to the left of North Ray, Kiva. House Rock is on the southeastern rim of North Ray.
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4623 - Center ( 184k )
This portion of the frame shows the area around the LM. The large crater at top center is Palmetto. The LM is near the center of the image, at the center of a small bright patch. A detail shows the LM and the craters along the EVA-1 traverse. The LM can be seen just above center near the right edge of the picture. North is up and the LM is in the bright area created by the engine exhaust on the west side of a small crater. A detail identifies the named craters which are mentioned during the EVA-1 traverse.
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4623 - South ( 172k )
This portion of the frame shows the area south to Stone Mountain. South Ray Crater is off the frame at the lower left. Baby Ray Crater is on the left edge of the image just below center.
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4623 - Combined ( 1.5 Mb )
Brian McInall has combined the three image sections.
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4618 - EVA1&3 ( 2.9 Mb )
This scan includes the area from around the LM westward past Flag/Plum and northward to Kiva and North Ray. Labeled versions ( 1.5 Mb or 3.9 Mb show the major features and the locations indicated by LRV Nav System readouts during the EVA-3 traverse. Scan by Eric Jones
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4618 - EVA1&2 (1.7 Mb jpg or 9 Mb tif or 1 Mb pdf)
This scan includes the area from around the LM westward past Flag/Plum and southward to Stone Mountain. Scan by Eric Jones
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4618 - North Ray and Ravine ( 3.3 Mb )
This scan includes the area at the north end of the EVA-3 traverse from Palmetto in the south, North Ray in the North, Kiva in the west, and Ravine in the east. Scan by Eric Jones
Apollo 16 Pan Camera frame 4618 - South Ray and Stone Mountain (2 Mb jpg or 9 Mb tif)
This scan includes Stone Mountain at the southern end of the EVA-2 traverse and South Ray crater. See, also, a labeled version. Scan by Eric Jones
1:100,000 Geologic Map of the Apollo 16 Descartes] Region, April 1972 ( 3.2 Mb PDF or 6.3 Mb JPEG )
Scans organized by Ken Glover from a chart provided by David Portree, USGS Flagstaff
1:25,000 Geologic Map of the Apollo 16 Descartes] Region, April 1972 ( 3.2 Mb PDF or 8.5 Mb JPEG )
Scans organized by Ken Glover from a chart provided by David Portree, USGS Flagstaff
EVA-1 & 2 Contour Map for the Planned Traverses 1:25,000 (aka Descartes EVA- I, II; 1 of 2) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.5 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-2 from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie used a chronopaque version during the traverse. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-1 & 2 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:25,000 (aka Descartes EVA- I, II; 1 of 2) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.4 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-3 from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-1 & 3 Contour Map for the Planned Traverses 1:25,000 (aka Descartes EVA- I, III; 2 of 2) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.5 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-4 from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-1 & 3 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:25,000 (aka Descartes EVA- I, III; 2 of 2) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.5 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-5 from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-1 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:12,500 (aka Descartes EVA- I, III; 1 of 3) ( 0.6 Mb or 3.1 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-6 from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-2 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:12,500 (aka Descartes EVA- II; 1 of 2) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.3 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-7a from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-2 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:12,500 (aka Descartes EVA- II; 2 of 2) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.3 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-7b from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-3 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:12,500 (aka Descartes EVA- I, III; 1 of 3) ( 0.6 Mb or 3.1 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-8a from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. The location of the actual landing site has been added. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-3 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:12,500 (aka Descartes EVA- III; 2 of 3) ( 0.6 Mb or 3.2 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-8b from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. The location of the actual landing site has been added. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
EVA-3 Photo Map for the Planned Traverses 1:12,500 (aka Descartes EVA- III; 3 of 3) ( 0.6 Mb or 2.3 Mb )
This is figure 3.6.2-8c from the Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures volume. Charlie had chronopaque versions of these maps during the traverses. The location of the actual landing site has been added. See figure 3.6.2-1 ( 88k ) for an explanation of symbols.
Post-Flight Apollo 16 Traverse Map ( 1.22Mb )
This is figure 10.24 from the Lunar Sourcebook, G.H. Heiken, D.T. Vaniman and B.M. French, editors, copyright 1991 by Cambridge University Press, reproduced with permission.
LM/ ALSEP Planimetric Map ( 0.3 Mb )
This is figure 1 in Section D1 of the USGS Professional Paper.
Station 1 Planimetric Map ( 144k )
These are figures 11 and 12 in Section D1 of the USGS Professional Paper. The pan locations are marked 'A". Charlie's is Pan 4; John's is pan 5.
Station 2 Planimetric Map ( 332k )
These are figures 19 and 20 in Section D1 of the USGS Professional Paper. The pan locations are marked 'A". Charlie's is Pan 4; John's is pan 5.

Assembled Panoramas

106:15:45 Post-Landing Window Pan ( 132k )

After configuring the LM for a Stay, John took at series of pictures out his window, AS16-113- 18296 to 18303; and Charlie took a series out his window, AS16-113-18304 to 18310. Composite assembly by Dave Byrne. A comparison between the down-Sun photos taken out John's window (18299) and Charlie's (18309) indicates that the LM is facing about 4 degrees south of the down-Sun direction. The fiducial separation of about 8.6 degrees is marked. At the time these photo were taken, the Sun was at an azimuth of about 088 and an elevation of 15.5 degrees about the eastern horizon. Consequently, the LM is facing an azimuth of about 264 (six degrees south of west).

See, also, high-resolution, stiched versions of the CDR ( 8 Mb ) and LMP ( 3 Mb ) window pans. Assemblies by Eric Jones.

119:33:46 LM 4 O'clock Pan ( 215k )
Charlie Duke took this pan from a position 20 meters northeast of the spacecraft. Beyond the LM, we see John Young sitting on the Rover, preparing to make a test drive after deployment. The frames are AS16-113- 18313 to 18330. Assembly by Lennie Waugh.

High-resolution versions of the full pan ( 10 Mb ) and of the northern ( 6 Mb ) and southern ( 6 Mb ) portions have been assembled by Eric Jones.

122:12:32 ALSEP Pan ( 373k )
Charlie took this pan while John was using the thumper. The frames are AS16-113- 18349 to 18370 Assembled by Mick Hyde.

Erik van Meijgaarden has assembled a high resolution version ( 7.5 Mb or 1.2 Mb ).

High-resolution versions of the full pan ( 10 Mb ) and of the northern ( 6 Mb ) and southern ( 6 Mb ) portions have been assembled by Eric Jones.

122:58:02 Outbound Drive to Station 1 - Part 1 ( 13 Mb PDF )
During the first 1100 meters of the drive from the ALSEP site to Station 1 , Charlie took 22 frames: AS16-109-17747-68.
123:14:14 Outbound Drive to Station 1 - Part 2 ( 4 Mb PDF )
Charlie mistook Halfway Crater for Flag and an anonymous, 40-m crater south of Halfway for Plum. The frames are AS16-109-17769-74.
123:25:08 Charlie's Station 1 Pan ( 221k )
This is the 'northeast pan' indicated in Figure 6-21 in the Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report; and Pan 4 in Figure 11 from Section D1 in the USGS Professional Paper. It consists of frames AS16-109- 17775 to 17793. Charlie's shadow is pointed between Plum Crater on the left and Flag Crater on the right. Assembled by Dave Byrne.

Full-resolution assemblies: (1) entire pan ( 8 Mb ); (2) northern portion with derived anaglyphs ( 7 Mb ); (3) southern portion with derived anaglyphs ( 5 Mb ). Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.

Other assemblies by David Harland ( 1.6Mb ), Erik van Meijgaarden ( 435k or 7.8Mb ), and Mike Constantine ( 620k ).

124:02:22 John's Station 1 Pan ( 347k )
John took this pan on the far side of Plum Crater from the Rover. It is Pan 5 in Figure 11 in Section D1 in the USGS Professional Paper. The frames are AS16-114- 18415 to 18432 ). Assembly by Dave Byrne.

High-resolution assemblies of the full pan ( 12 Mb ) and of the northern ( 7 Mb ) and southern ( 6 Mb ) portions by Eric Jones. See, also, a labelled version ( 0.2 Mb) of the full pan.

High-Resolution B&W Showing Charlie, LRV, and Plum ( 347k ) assembled by David Harland using high-resolution scans from the original film provided by NASA Johnson in 2005-6 and processed by Kipp Teague.

Two-Charlie Assembly ( 147k ) As can be seen in the TV record, Charlie moved while John took the pan. Frames 18423 and 24 show Charlie at one location and 18427 at another. Apparently, after John took 18426, he saw Charlie moving and waited until he was in the next field-of-view before taking 18427. Mike Constantine did this assembly.

124:23:34 First Station 2 Pan ( 267k )
Charlie took this pan near the rim of Spook Crater, as indicated by the circled numeral '1' on LMP-24. John is working at the front of the Rover, possibly turning the TV on. The frames are AS16-109- 17811 to 17827. Assembled by Dave Byrne.
Full-resolution assemblies: (1) entire pan ( 9 Mb ); (2) northern portion with derived anaglyphs ( 7 Mb ); and (3) southern portion with derived anaglyphs ( 6 Mb ). Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.

Other assemblies by Mike Constantine ( 201k ); Erik van Meijgaarden ( 1.0 Mb ); and David Harland has assembled a Spook Crater Detail ( 1.6 Mb ).

124:23:34 Buster Crater Partial Pan ( 88k or 1.5 Mb )
The frames are AS16-109- 17828 to 17836. Note that the high-resolution version is slightly cropped on the right. Assembled by David Harland.

A high-resoluton assembly with derived anaglyps ( 5.7 Mb ) by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.

124:28:40 500-mm Stone Mountain from Station 2 ( 448k )
The frames are AS16-112- 18193 to 18232. Taken by Charlie Duke. Assembled by Dave Byrne.
124:28:40 500-mm South Ray from Station 2 ( 48k )
The frames are AS16-112- 18233 to 18239. Taken by Charlie Duke. Assembled by Dave Byrne.
124:48:20 Return to the LM from Station 2 ( 7 Mb PDF )
John followed the outbound track but did some tacking to avoid up-Sun. The frames are AS16-109-17849-62 Assembled by Eric Jones .
125:24:40 UV Camera, End of EVA-1 ( 65k )
John took three pictures of the UV Camera, Charlie, and the LM shadow. Charlie is beyond the ladder at the MESA. These are AS16-114-18439 to 18441. Mini-pan assembled by David Harland.

Dave Byrne has done an alternate assembly ( 95k ).

A high-resolution version ( 2.0 Mb ) has been assembled by Eric Jones.

143:13:46 4 O'Clock LM Pan, Start of EVA-2 ( 254k )
Charlie took this pan from NNE of the LM at the start of EVA-2. John is beyond the Rover. The frames are AS16-107- 17420 to 17440Assembled by Dave Byrne.

Adam Bootle has assembled the portion showing the LM, the Rover, and Stone Mountain beyond ( 277k ). Full-resolution assemblies, including anaglyphs in context, of the northern ( 7 Mb ) and southern ( 6.3Mb ) portions by Eric Jones.

143:31:21 EVA-2 Outbound Traverse, LM to Survey Ridge ( 3 Mb PDF )
First part of the EVA-2 drive south from the LM to Stone Mountain. At the end of this segment, they reach Survey Ridge. The frames are AS16-110-17870-88 Assembled by Ken Glover .
143:42:15 EVA-2 outbound traverse, Survey Ridge ( 4 Mb PDF )
Second part. Drive along a portion of Survey Ridge. The frames are AS16-110-17889-907 Assembled by Ken Glover .
143:42:15 EVA-2 outbound traverse, Survey Ridge ( 4 Mb PDF )
Second part. Drive along a portion of Survey Ridge. The frames are AS16-110-17889-907 Assembled by Ken Glover .
144:14:29 South Ray Crater and Baby Ray Crater from Station 4 ( 287k )
The frames are AS16-112- 18243 to 18252 plus 18255 to 18259. Assembly by Dave Byrne.

Warren Harold at NASA Johnson has assembled an alternate version of this pan.

144:14:29 Central Portion of South Ray Crater from Station 4 ( 1.8 Mb )
David Harland has created a detail showing the central portion of South Ray Crater.
144:14:29 Baby Ray Crater from Station 4 ( 46k )
The frames are AS16-112- 18253 and 18254 Assembly by Dave Byrne.
144:15:20 Stubby Crater from Station 4 ( 70k )
The frames are AS16-112- 18260 to 18268. Assembly by Dave Byrne.
144:15:49 LM, Smoky Mountain, North Ray Crater, and Ravine Crater from Station 4 ( 64k )
The LM is in the middle distance at the left. The frames are AS16-112- 18269 to 18277. Assembly by Dave Byrne.

David Harland has created an alternate assembly ( 49k ).

144:48:00 John's Station 4 Pan ( 401k )
John took this pan from the rim of a small crater uphill from the Rover. The frames are AS16-107- 17467 to 17489. Assembly by Dave Byrne.
144:48:00 Station 4 Crater Detail, High Resolution ( 1.9 Mb )
This portion of John's Station 4 pan shows the small crater uphill of the Rover. The boulders that litter the northeast wall are likely to be ejecta from South Ray. The frames are AS16-107- 17470 to 17483. Assembly by David Harland.
144:48:00 John's Station 4 Pan, Northern Portion ( 69k )
David Harland has assembled the portion of John's Station 4 pan showing Smoky Mountain, North Ray Crater, the Rover, and an SCB.
144:56:49 Charlie's Station 4 Pan ( 166k )
Charlie took this pan just before he and John left Station 4. The frames are AS16-110- 17952 to 17974. Assembly by Dave Byrne.
144:56:49 Station 4 Rover ( 131k )
Frames 17960 and 61 show John working at the back of the Rover. Assembly by Erik van Meijgaarden.
144:57:16 Station 4 Rover Tracks ( 167k )
A second portion of Charlie's Station 4 pan shows the tracks made as John drove downhill to the Station 4 parking place. Assembly by David Harland.
145:14:20 Station 5 Pan ( 226k )
The Station 5 Crater is in the foreground, just to the left of the line-of-sight to South Ray Crater. Because of the high Sun angle, the Station 5 crater is difficult to see. John is at the front of the Rover. The frames are AS16-110- 17991 to 18018. Assembled by Dave Byrne.
145:58:36 Traverse Photos - Station 5 to Station 6 ( 2.8 Mb )
Frames AS16-106- 17585 to 17605. Assembled by Ken Glover.
146:11:10 Charlie's Station 6 Pan ( 289k )
Charlie's pan consists of frames AS16-108- 17606 to 17626. Assembled by Dave Byrne.
146:11:10 Charlie's Station 6 Pan - John at the Rover ( 1.3 Mb )
Erik van Meijgaarden has assembled OF300 scans of frames AS16-108- 17619 to 17626 from Charlie's pan.
146:29:22 Traverse Photos - Station 6 to Station 8 ( 4.4 Mb )
Frames AS16-108- 17634 to 17662. Assembled by Ken Glover.
146:43:51 Charlie's Station 8 pan ( 242k )
Charlie's pan consists of frames AS16-108-17663 to 17681. Assembled by Dave Byrne.

David Harland has used high-resolution scans from the original film to show John aligning the high-gain antenna (2.9 Mb ).

146:29:22 Traverse Photos - Station 8 to Station 9 ( 4.7 Mb )
Frames AS16-106- 17703 to 17713. Assembled by Eric Jones.
147:56:45 Charlie's Station 9 Pan ( 266k )
Charlie's pan consists of frames AS16-108-17714 to 17739. Assembly by Dave Byrne.

147:56:45 Station 9 LRV Tracks
David Harland has assembled the portion of Charlie's pan showing the inbound Rover tracks ( 55k ).
148:09:03 Station 9 Great Sneak ( 163k )
David Harland has assembled a mosaic consisting of frames AS16-107-17560, 17564, and 17573. The first two are "post-sneak" pictures of the rock showing John's footprints and the sampler imprints, and the last shows the boulder after John tips it over.
149:20:40 John's ALSEP pan ( 723k )
John's pan consists of frames AS16-114- 18449 to 18467. Assembled by Karl Dodenhoff.

Mike Constantine has assembled the portion showing the Rover and the LM ( 235k ) .

165:50:38 Start of EVA-3, 500mm Stone Mountain Portrait ( 398k )
This is an extra series of pictures that Houston requested during EVA 3 planning discussion at 163:46:46. The frames are AS16-105- 17053 to 17116. Assembly by Dave Byrne.
165:57:02 Charlie's Plus-Z Pan at the Start of EVA-3 ( 352k )
This is a planned color pan, so Charlie used John's camera. The frames are AS16-116- 18563 to 18591. Assembly by Lennie Waugh.

Mike Constantine has assembled a high-resolution version ( 96k or 660k ) from scans by Kipp Teague. Constantine says, "Very tricky this one! The Rover tracks all over the place meant that the foreground had to match perfectly, but that threw out the background mountains, so quite a lot of stretching, re-sizing and cheating on this one!"

Warren Harold at NASA Johnson has assembled an alternate version of this pan.

166:53:20 North Ray Crater Interior, 500-mm Pan ( 933k )
Charlie took sixty-five 500-mm images of the interior of North Ray, including a pan of the rim, a shorter sequence below that, and a series covering a field of exposed rock on the northwest inner wall. The frames are AS16-105- 17117 to 17181. Assembly by Dave Byrne.
166:49:06 John's Station 11 Pan ( 393k )
John took this pan shortly after he and Charlie arrived at North Ray Crater. John is standing below the Rover and near a dramatic change in slope down into the crater. Charlie is getting the 500-mm from under John's Rover seat. The frames are AS16-116- 18592 to 18614. Assembly by Dave Byrne.

David Harland has assembled a portion of John's pan showing North Ray Crater and Charlie at the Rover ( 157k ). A second partial assembly concentrates on Charlie and the Rover ( 81k ).

Warren Harold at NASA Johnson has assembled an alternate version of this pan.

166:58:00 North Ray Crater, 1st Polarization Pan ( 3.6 Mb or 160k )
This is the first of three polarization pans Charlie takes from a position west of the Rover. The polarizing filter is oriented horizontally. The frames are AS16-106- 17239 to 17248. Assembly by Syd Buxton.

Alternate assemblies by Dave Byrne ( 67k ) and David Harland (90k ).

166:58:00 North Ray, 2nd Polarization Pan ( 4.6 Mb or 176k )
The polarizing filter is oriented 45 degrees from horizontal. The frames are AS16-106- 17249 to 17262. Assembly by Syd Buxton.

Alternate assembly by Dave Byrne ( 98k ).

166:58:34 North Ray, 3rd Polarization Pan ( 4.6 Mb or 176k )
The polarizing filter is oriented vertically. The frames are AS16-106- 17263 to 17276. Assembly by Syd Buxton.

Alternate assembly by Dave Byrne ( 95k ).

167:03:17 North Ray, 4th Polarization Pan, Stereo Companion to 1st pan ( 4.6 Mb or 149k )
Charlie has moved about 80 meters counterclockwise around the rim from the location where he took the first series of three polarization partial pans. The polarizing filter is oriented vertically. The frames are AS16-106- 17277 to 17289. Assembly by Syd Buxton.

Alternate assembly by Dave Byrne ( 66k ).

167:04:40 North Ray, 5th Polarization Pan, Stereo Companion to 2nd pan ( 3.9 Mb or 149k )
Charlie has moved about 80 meters counterclockwise around the rim from the location where he took the first series of three polarization partial pans. The polarizing filter is oriented vertically. The frames are AS16-106- 17290 to 17303. Assembly by Syd Buxton.

Alternate assembly by Dave Byrne ( 70k ).

167:04:40 North Ray, 6th Polarization Pan, Stereo Companion to 3rd pan ( 4.5 Mb or 144k )
Charlie has moved about 80 meters counterclockwise around the rim from the location where he took the first series of three polarization partial pans. The polarizing filter is oriented vertically. The frames are AS16-106- 17304 to 17317.

Alternate assembly by Dave Byrne ( 70k ).

167:04:40 North Ray, Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.9Mb or 421k )
Erik van Meijgaarden has used portions of frames 17278, 79, 81, and 82 from the fourth polarization partial pan and frames 17309 and 17310 from the sixth polarization partial pan to create this stereo view of North Ray Crater.
167:43:21 Base of House Rock ( 71k )
Lennie Waugh has assembled Charlie's frames AS16-106-17341, 42, and 44 into a portrait of the base of House Rock.
167:54:20 Base of House Rock ( 186k )
Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock, consisting of frames AS16-106-17349 to 17354, has been assembled by Dave Byrne. John may be examining Outhouse Rock at the left.
168:09:26 Traverse Photos - Station 11 to Station 13 ( 4.4 Mb )
Traverse sequence consisting of frames AS16-106- 17357 to 17385. Assembled by Ken Glover.
168:21:49 Station 13 Pan ( 182k )
Charlie's pan consists of frames AS16-106- 17386 to 17407. Assembled by Dave Byrne.
Station 13 Pan in Stereo ( 32 Mb or 2.1 Mb)
This may be the only Apollo pan shot with enough overlap between each pair of frames to allow construction of a full, 360-degree stereo version. Anaglyphs and assembled stereo panorama by Roberto Beltramini.
168:21:49 John and the Rover at Shadow Rock ( 4.0 MB or 0.4 MB )
David Harland has assembled the portion of Charlie's Station 13 pan showing John at the Rover (left) and Shadow Rock (right). The frames are AS16-106- 17390 to 17393 .

Warren Harold at NASA Johnson has assembled a alternate version of the same portion showing John, the Rover, and Shadow Rock.

168:21:49 LRV at Station 13 ( 52k )
David Harland has assembled the frames from Charlie's pan that show John working at the Rover.
168:35:48 Portrait of Shadow Rock ( 53k )
The frames are AS16-106- 17413 to 17417. John is examining the surface of Shadow Rock. Assembly by Dave Byrne.
168:38:02 Flightline Stereo Pan of Shadow Rock at Station 13 ( 79k )
Charlie step to his right between frames in this flightline portrait of Shadow Rock. The frames are 18727 to 18730 Assembled by Dave Byrne.
169:19:42 Station 10-Prime Pan ( 198k )
Charlie's pan consists of frames AS16-117- 18801 to 18823. Assembled by Mike Constantine.

Pre-Flight Crew and Equipment Photos

S71-56246 ( 45k )

Original artwork for the Apollo 16 insignia/patch. Scan by NASA Johnson.
UV Astronomy Camera ( 117k
This undated drawing shows the UV Astronomy Camera being used on the Moon. Note that there is Rover deployment hardware shown at the equipment bay to the right of the ladder. A clear indication of planned deployment during a J-mission. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S70-56721 ( 59k )
Laboratory photo of the Lunar Portable Magnetometer (LPM) which was flown on Apollo 14 and Apollo 16. The box (lower left) containing the three-component readout gauges, the on/off switch and the high/low-gain switch was mounted on the MET (Apollo 14) or the back of the Rover (Apollo 16). The tripod was deployed 15 meters away from the MET or Rover and, as the tripod was carried out to the deployment site, the ribbon cable unwound off both sides of the centrally-mounted cable reel. Once the astronaut deployed the tripod, he went back to the MET/Rover and initiated a measurement. After waiting a pre-determined amount of time for transients to damp out, he read the X, Y, and Z values on each of the two gain settings. He then went out to the tripod and changed the orientation of the sensor head at the top of the tripod, returned to the MET/Rover and made another measurement. Once the measurement series was finished, he retrieved the tripod, brought it back to the MET/Rover and rewound the cable using the handle visible on the right-hand side of the reel. Both Ed Mitchell (Apollo 14) and John Young (Apollo 16) had a great deal of trouble rewinding the cable.
KSC-70P-458 ( 149k )
John Young (seated) and Charlie Duke evaluate equipment configuration on a Rover mock-up. John seems to be manipulating a DAC mounted on his side of the console. His Hasselblad is resting in a stowage rack farther forward. 19 November 1970. Research by Paolo Dangelo.
S71-23662 ( 216k )
John Young (right) drives the 1-g LRV trainer about one month before the Apollo 15 flight article was delivered to NASA. 16 March 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague/J.L. Pickering.
S71-35588 ( 274k )
John Young examines a sample while on the move at Mono Crater, California. 10-11 June 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-39828 ( 143k or 765k )
John Young during a geology field trip at Sudbury, Canada. 7-9 July 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
S71-39831 ( 206k )
Charlie Duke during a geology field trip at Sudbury, Canada. 7-9 July 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-39833 ( 146k )
John Young during a geology field trip at Sudbury, Canada. 7-9 July 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-39840 ( 204k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young (right) during a geology field trip at Sudbury, Canada. 7-9 July 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-39842 ( 178k )
Charlie Duke during a geology field trip at Sudbury, Canada. 7-9 July 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-437 ( 178k )
John Young (?) during a suit fit check. 25 July 1971. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
KSC-71P-554 ( 178k )
John Young stands at base of LM training vehicle as he narrates a video tape appeal for contributions to the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign. 2 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-51605 ( 229k or 947k )
John and Charlie training at Taos, New Mexico. Journal Contributor Markus Mehring calls attention to the silver-colored, chest-mounted Hasselblads, which are identical to the flight cameras and which were used by the astronauts to practice taking pictures so that they could hone their ability to accurately set the focal distance and f-stop, and to properly aim the camera. Pictures taken during these field exercises were developed and then studied by the crew to improve their technique. 9-10 September 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1548 ( 181k )
John and Charlie on the 1-g LRV during training at Taos, New Mexico. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-51600 ( 172k )
John and Charlie on the Geologic Rover (Grover), a U.S. Geological Survey training version of the Lunar Roving Vehicle, at Taos, New Mexico. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-51612 ( 191k )
John and Charlie ride in the 'Grover' at Taos, New Mexico. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1546 ( 144k )
John Young (left) and Charlie Duke explore the Rio Grande Gorge at Taos, New Mexico. They are standing on the west rim. John is taking pictures of the east wall with a Hasselblad equipped with a 500mm lens. The rock in the walls of the gorge primarily derive from basaltic lava flows. Image filed 23 September 1971. Scan by Frederic Artner.
S71-51614 ( 173k )
John Young takes a picture toward the south at the Rio Grande Gorge. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1547 ( 104k or 416k )
Taos, New Mexico. John Young (left) looks for another 500mm target while Charlie studies the map. Image filed 23 September 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S71-51616 ( 231k )
John Young and Charlie Duke drive north during geology training at the Rio Grande Gorge. Note that the Grover is equipped with fenders, which it didn't have in the prior pictures. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-54391 ( 202k )
John Young carries the tongs during geology training at the Rio Grande Gorge. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-54564 ( 239k )
Caltech geologist Lee Silver (green shirt with blue stripes) points off to the right during geology training at the Rio Grande Gorge. Back-up commander Fred Haise is beyond Silver, pointing in the same direction, and Charlie Duke is immediately to the left of them. Back-up LMP Ed Mitchell (cream-colored shirt) and John Young are to the right of this group. Fred Hörz provided the identification of Haise. 9-10 September 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-48022 ( 128k or 358k )
John Young (left), Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke pose for an informal picture with a lunar globe. John is not pointing at the landing site. Scan by J.L. Pickering/Kipp Teague.
71-H-1512 ( 86k )
Excellent portrait of Charlie Duke in suit and helmet. 17 September 1971. Scan by Frederic Artner.
S71-51261 ( 104k or 840k )
John Young sits for his formal Apollo 16 portrait. 1 October 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S71-51262 ( 114k )
Portrait of John in business suit. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-51289 ( 120k or 637k )
Charlie Duke sits for his formal Apollo 16 portrait. 1 October 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S71-51295 ( 117k or 634k )
Ken Mattingly sits for his formal Apollo 16 portrait. 1 October 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
71-H-1862 ( 131k or 1411k )
Back-up Commander Fred Haise prepares to enter the LM for an altitude chamber run. 15 October 1971. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
KSC-71P-532 ( 159k )
Charles Duke enters altitude chamber. 15 October 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-533 ( 157k )
John Young perpares to enter LM in the altitude chamber. 15 October 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1663 ( 143k or 1460k )
Charles Duke enters CM for altitude chamber test, aided by Pad Leader Guenter Wendt in the foreground. Image filed 20 October 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-71P-535 ( 127k )
John Young enters CM in the altitude chamber, aided by Guenter Wendt. 20 October 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-557 ( 150k )
John Young lifts his right arm out of the way while a technician works on his EMU, perhaps securing PLSS connections and/or straps. 2 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-560 ( 198k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young (right) on the flight Rover during a pre-stowage checkout. 2 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-729 ( 164k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young (right) on the flight Rover during a pre-stowage checkout. 2 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1750 ( 156k or 909k )
John Young (left), Gene Cernan, Fred Haise, Charlie Duke, Tony England, Gordon Fullerton, and Don Peterson (right) pose with the LRV qualification test unit at the Marshall Space Flight Center. 1 November 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-71PC-730 ( 164k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young (right) on the flight Rover during a pre-stowage checkout. Note that the Rover chassis is supported by the blue-colored frame so that full terrestrial weight of the suited astronauts isn't supported by the suspension and wire wheels designed for operation in lunar gravity. 2 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-HC-1452 ( 139k or 1168k )
Deployment hardware for the Apollo 16 flight rover is tested during a fit check. Ed Mitchell, the backup LMP, is the bearded person at right center. Fred Haise is behind Mitchell, partly obscured by the Rover fender. 2 November 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
71-H-1739 ( 167k )
John Young (right) and Charlie Duke during checkout of the flight Rover. Image filed 4 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-753 ( 88k )
Charlie Duke just after leaving the simulator. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-754 ( 94k )
Ken Mattingly just after leaving the simulator. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-755 ( 94k )
John Young on simulator steps. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1848 ( 160k or 980k )
Charlie Duke practices with the drill during training at the Cape. The wrench is leaning against the near side of the stem rack. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
Drill Stem ( 50k or 353k)
This undated Ed Dempsey photograph shows Charlie Duke using a geology hammer to support the end of a drill stem. Note the wide pitch of the thread. Scan by Frederic Artner.
DAC Decal ( 144k )
This undated Ed Dempsey photograph shows the 16mm DAC (Data Acquisition Camera) on the training Rover during an exercise at the Cape. Note the battery pack attached to the farside of the camera. The astronaut in the background, probably Charlie, is working with the drill. Scan by Frederic Artner.
ALSEP Deployment ( 66k )
This undated Ed Dempsey photograph shows the battery-powered 16-mm camera mounted on the 1-g training rover. Note the shadow of the high-gain antenna on the near surface. In the background, an astronaut is leaning forward as he works on a piece of ALSEP equipment The tech at his back is keeping his cooling water hoses and comm cable clear. Scan by Frederic Artner.
ALSEP Deployment ( 88k )
This undated Ed Dempsey photograph probably shows John during ALSEP deployment practice. The drill is at the lower left. Scan by Frederic Artner.
Underseat Stowage ( 72k )
This undated Ed Dempsey photograph shows the stowage area under Charlie's seat - in very unlunar, immaculate condition - and the CDR camera. Scan by Frederic Artner.
Training Portrait of Charlie Duke ( 63k )
Undated Ed Dempsey photograph. Note the gas tanks in the background. Scan by Frederic Artner.
Drilling Training ( 82k )
Undated Ed Dempsey photograph of Charlie Duke. Scan by Frederic Artner.
Photography Training ( 100k )
Two undated Ed Dempsey photograph of Charlie Duke practicing with his chest-mounted Hasselblad camera. Scan by Frederic Artner.
KSC-71P-543 ( 148k )
Charlie Duke (foreground) and John Young (beyond the wheels) examine the flight Rover during its installation on the outside of the Descent stage. Charlie is standing at the hinge connecting the aft and center sections. Journal Contributor Harald Kucharek notes that, unlike the other people in the picture, John and Charlie are wearing EVA gloves. "This makes perfect sense as the only way they will handle the LRV on the Moon is with EVA gloves, so it is important for them to have that experience from the beginning." 12 November 1971. Scan courtesy NASA.
71-H-1785 ( 173k )
Shows John (right) and Charlie (left) during a geology training exercise in the Coso Range at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station in California on November 17 and 18, 1971. Charlie is examining a sample. In the background, an inidentified member of the NASA support staff is on the left. In November 2003, geologist Fred Hörz wrote "The guy in the funny baby hat to the right is the late and eminent Dr. Dale Jackson, USGS Menlo Park, a volcanology expert of international reputation and one of the most intelligent persons I ever met." Image filed 18 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1782 ( 223k )
Shows John (foreground) and Charlie on the Geologic Rover (Grover) during a field exercise in the Coso Range at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station. 17-18 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-59354 ( 225k )
John and Charlie on the Grover during a field exercise in the Coso Range at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station near Ridgecrest, California. 17 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-59355 ( 184k )
Charlie makes a close examination of a boulder at the Coso Range at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station, while John waits with hammer in hand. See the discussion following 123:58:35. Both astronauts are wearing PLSS mock-ups which contain comm gear and have Sample Collection Bags (SCBs) mounted on the side. Charlie's SCB can be seen on the left side of his PLSS. Both are wearing Hasselblad cameras mounted on brackets that simulate the RCU camera mounts on the lunar suits. Both are also wearing tongs attached to yo-yos. 17 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-59357 ( 254k )
John and Charlie examine what appear to be basalt samples at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station in California. An unidentified member of the NASA support team is in the background. 17 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.

In 2010, Journal Contributor Larry Turoski visited a public recreation area adjacent to the Ordnance Test Station and took a picture with virutally the same background. The picture and his account are part of his ALSJ bio page.

71-H-1786 ( 260k )
Back-up crew members Ed Mitchell (left) and Fred Haise (right) during a field exercise in the Coso Range at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station in California on November 17 and 18, 1971. Image filed 18 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-15718 ( 196k or 1046k )
John (left) holds the US flag while Charlie (right) prepares to take tourist pictures. Note the member of the support team standing on top of the LM mock-up keeping cables clear of the 1-g LRV trainer. 22 November 1971. Research by Glenn Swanson.
S72-15788 ( 149k )
Similar to S72-15718. John (left) holds the US flag while Charlie (right) prepares to take tourist pictures. 22 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1844 ( 186k )
Charlie Duke (left) loads a film magazine into his Hasselblad. In the background, John Young works at the MESA. Photo filed 30 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1847 ( 150k )
John Young levels and aligns the mortar package during training at the Cape. Photo filed 30 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1845 ( 141k )
Charlie Duke (left) assembles the carry bar which he will fit to the two ALSEP packages in the foreground. The insert point is visible on the package in front of him. John Young is at the right, possibly working with the two Universal Handling Tools (UHTs) as per his EVA-1 checklist page CDR-14. The SEQ Bay doors are open on the LM panel facing us. Photo filed 30 November 1971. Scan by Frederic Artner.
KSC-71PC-742 ( 204k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young on the 1-g LRV trainer at the Cape. The penetrometer is mounted at the back of the Rover behind John. Note the strap-on pocket on John's right shin and the hammer sticking out of another pocket. 30 November 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-743 ( 168k )
Charlie Duke works at the LMP seat during an EVA training session at the Cape. This picture gives us an excellent view of the pitch-roll indicator moutned on the near side of the Rover console. In the configuration shown, the indicator shows the Commander the Rover pitch. By rotating the indicator toward him on a vertical hinge, he can see the roll indicator, which is currently facing us. 30 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-744 ( 158k )
Close-up of John Young working at the CDR seat during training. This picure gives us a good view of the metal frame shaped to cover John's wrist that hold his checklist pages open. The low-gain antenna is in the foreground. 30 November 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-569 ( 104k )
John Young (second from the left), Charlie Duke, Back-up CDR Fred Haise, and Back-up LMP Ed Mitchell examine some flight equipment in a clean room. November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-576 ( 130k )
John Young (second from the left), Charlie Duke, Back-up CDR Fred Haise, and Back-up LMP Ed Mitchell examine some flight equipment in a clean room. 30 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-578 ( 171k )
John Young spreads the thermal blanket around the flight Passive Seismometer Experiment (PSE). 30 November 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-589 ( 152k )
The Apollo 16 Backup LM crew of Fred Haise (CDR) and Ed Mitchell (LMP) drive the 1-g LRV trainer at the Cape. 3 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1854 ( 129k )
John Young (left) uses a Universal Handling Tool (UHT) to release an experiment from from one of the two flight ALSEP packages. Watching are Back-up commander Fred Haise (next right), an unidentified technician, and Charlie Duke (left). The distinctive foil-covered arms of the magnetometer are closest to Charlie. Picture files 8 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
71-H-1853 ( 112k)
John Young (left) deploys the thermal shield on the Passive Seismic Experiment during a final review. Watching are Charlie Duke (next right), engineer Hans Rudolph, and Back-up commander Fred Haise. Picture released 8 December 1971. Scan by Frederic Artner.
71-HC-1489 ( 122k)
First Apollo 16 rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-371C-569-9 ( 131k or 1227k)
Command Module Pilot Ken Mattingly at the Apollo 16 rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
71-H-1917 ( 95k)
John Young (left) and Stu Roosa review flight plans. Picture filed 20 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-19739 ( 133k or 1498k)
John Young works with the astronomical Far UV Camera/Spectrograph during indoor training. 21 December 1971. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
KSC-71P-626 ( 155k)
Charlie Duke appears to be taking a practice pan. primarily for the benefit of the assembled media photographers. 22 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-628 ( 164k or 500k)
John Young trains with the UV Astronomy camera. After leveling and aligning the telescope, John pointed it at desired targets using the screw wheels associated with the altitude scale on the upper part of the camera facing us and the azimuth scale the circles the base. The cable running out of the picture to the right probably connects the camera to its battery. The camera had to be deployed in the LM shadow while the battery had to be deployed out in sunlight. 22 December 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-71PC-776 ( 164k or 655k )
John Young works at the back of the 1-g LRV trainer at the Cape. He may be stowing the cable reel for the Lunar Portable Magnetometer (LPM). Note where the cable enters the readout box at the top, back corner of the Rover near John's right hand. Below and slightly to the right of the magnetometer legs, note the gray tube - or geopost - on which the geopallet is mounted. The geopost is attached to the rear deck of the Rover and forms the pivot axis which allows the crew to swing the geopallet outward and access its inner surface. A detail shows the vise used to separate sections of the deep core is mounted on the top of the geopalletat right center. Note the 'CMP' decal of the top of John's camera, just behind the lens. In describing his discovery of orange soil at Shorty at 145:27:15 during Apollo 17, Jack Schmitt said that the soil was "almost the same color as the LMP decal on my camera." In a September 2004 exchange of e-mail, Jack said that the color of John's 'CDR' decal in the detail "looks pretty close." 22 December 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-100 ( 188k or 900k )
John Young (left) uses the tongs to put a rock sample in a bag held low by Charlie Duke. On the Moon, with the suits pressurized, it was difficult for the astronauts to raise the tongs very high and bagging was easier if the person holding the bag held it at knee height. Good view of Charlie's cuff checklist. The compressors and tanks in the background at the upper right supplies air for the suits and is mentioned following 122:02:03. 22 December 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-777 ( 152k or 1056k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young pose on the 1-g LRV trainer at the Cape. The Lunar Portable Magnetometer (LPM) is mounted on the geopallet behind Charlie's seat. A detail shows the top of Charlie's camera. A second detail shows the dustbrush mounted on the front of the Rover. 22 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-57999 ( 109k or 614k )
From left to right, Dr. Fred Hörz (an MSC expert on impact mechanics), Charlie Duke (hand on chin), John Young, Back-up CMP Stu Roosa (standing), Dr. Stan Zisk (an MIT expert on radar mapping of the lunar surface), Back-up LMP Ed Mitchell (hidden by Zisk), and Ken Mattingly review mission plans. No Date. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S71-58000 ( 140k )
John Young examines samples, probably in the Lunar Receiving Lab. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-58001 ( 186k or 1246k )
Back-up LMP Ed Mitchell (looking at the camera) and Fred Hörz examine samples in Building 37 at the Manned Spacecraft Center. No Date. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
S71-58003 ( 108k or 1238k )
From left to right, Dr. Al Metzger (a JPL researcher who was a member of the team responsible for the Gamma Ray Specrometer Experiment, used for remote compositional sensing from the Command Module), Fred Hörz, Charlie Duke, John Young, Back-up CMP Stu Roosa, Ed Mitchell, and Stan Zisk. No Date. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
S71-58004 ( 118k )
John Young discusses maps with Dr. Stan Zisk of MIT. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-58007 ( 139k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young discuss maps with Dr. Stan Zisk. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-58014 ( 120k or 1261k )
From the left: Ed Mitchell, John Young, Fred Hörz, and Charlie Duke, discuss samples in Building 37 at MSC. No Date. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
S71-58150 ( 122k )
Ken Mattingly suited up for EVA WET-F training at MSC. No Date. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S71-58147 ( 129k )
Ken Mattingly in WET-F tank at MSC . No Date. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-752 ( 84k )
Close-up of John Young just after leaving a simulator. The Comm connector for his Snoopy helmet is poking out thru his neckring. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-16661 ( 93k )
John Young poses for a portrait. 12 January 1972. NASA scan.
S72-16660 ( 140k )
Ken Mattingly (left), John Young, and Charlie Duke pose for a crew portrait. 12 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-16658 ( 81k or 350k )
Charlie Duke poses for a portrait. 12 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-3 ( 89k )
Ken Mattingly poses for a portrait. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-HC-57 ( 170k or 602k )
John Young uses the righthand tape during a practice deployment of the LRV. Charlie is off-camera to the right and has light tension on a cord attached to the center of the aft section. The aft chassis section and wheels have fully deployed. Note the red-and-white-striped cooling hose arcing down from the ceiling, and the comm cable taped to the cooling hose. A tech standing behind John's PLSS keeps the cooling hose out of his way. Image filed 28 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-96 ( 123k )
Charlie Duke returns to the 1-g LRV trainer. Good view of the geopallet and gate. Image filed 28 January 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
Duke Trains with Hasselblad ( 56k or 214k)
These two undated Ed Dempsey photographs shows Charlie Duke training with the RCU-mounted Hasselblad. Scan by Frederic Artner.
KSC-372C-28-1 ( 139k )
Fred Haise (left) and Ed Mitchell during EVA training. Mitchell is carrying the tool gate, indicating that they are loading the LRV. No date. Scan by Andrew Chaikin.
KSC-372C-28-5 ( 131k )
Fred Haise laughs during training. He is wearing a Sample Collection Bag (SCB). No date. Scan by Andrew Chaikin.
72-HC-54 ( 215k or 1121k )
Ken Mattingly (left), John Young, and Charlie Duke pose on the steps leading up to a simulator. 28 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-92 ( 139k or 531k )
B&W version of 72-H-54. Ken Mattingly (left), John Young, and Charlie Duke pose on the steps leading up to a simulator. 28 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72P-26 ( 171k )
John Young (right) in conversation with Congressman Olin Teague, who is in the CDR seat on the 1-g LRV trainer. John is notorius for evading eye contact. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-30166 ( 99k )
Ken Mattingly (left) John Young, and Charlie Duke aboard Retriever. 5 February 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72P-64 ( 99k )
Dave Scott (left) escorts Dotty Duke and Duke sons Charles and Tom during a training session at the Cape. 8 February 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-72P-22 ( 80k )
Charlie Duke (left), TK Mattingly, and John Young pose in front of the VAB during the second rollout. 9 February 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-157 ( 76k )
John Young (left) and Dotty Duke, possibly at the second roll-out. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-222 ( 87k )
Charlie Duke explains the film retrieval activities that CMP Ken Mattingly will perform during his EVA. Image filed 18 February 1972. Scan by Frederic Artner.
72-HC-137 ( 126k or 1027k )
John Young works with ALSEP Package No. 1 at the Cape. The components wrapped in gold foil are parts of the magnetometer. Four visible Boyd bolts are labeled in a detail. 29 February 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-226 ( 201k )
John Young practices with the thumper while a tech handles his cooling water and air supplies. 29 February 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-133 ( 139k or 797k )
Charlie Duke (left), John Young, and Ken Mattingly pose with the 1-g LRV trainer in the area at the Cape where the crews practised geology procedures. Note the blocks of basalt. 2 March 1972. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-135 (6 Mb or 0.3 Mb)
Elevated view of the crew posing with the 1-g LRV trainer. 2 March 1972. Scan courtesy Margaret Persinger, KSC.
KSC-72PC-141 (176k)
John Young (left) prepares to collect a sample with the Contact Soil Sampler. As is described in more detail at 147:56:47, John approaches a boulder slowly and carefully - in what came to be known as the Great Sneak - so as not to kick soil onto the target area, then reach over the boulder and press the sampler gently onto the soil surface on the side of the boulder away from the LM and the LRV. The idea is to collect a pristine sample of the very topmost soil layer. The tech on the left side of the picture is holding what may be John's cooling water hose (black). Behind John, we can see the shadow of another tech handling John's air hose and comm cable. Charlie's three cables/hoses go out the picture to the right. Photo dated 31 March 1972 but clearly the same session as KSC-72-140, which is dated 2 March 1972.. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-140 (211k or 821k)
John Young reaches over a boulder so he can press the Contact Soil Sampling Device on a patch of undisturbed soil. See the discussion following 147:57:04. This photo gives us a rare view of the top of John's RCU and Hasselblad. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-143 (224k or 473k)
Charlie Duke practices with a Hasselblad camera equipped with a 500-mm lens. There is no viewfinder and the camera must be aimed by sighting along the top thru a ring sight. 2 March 1972. Research by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-286 (153k or 1030k)
Charlie Duke (back right) poses with wife Dotty and sons Charles and Tom at the base of the Apollo 16 Saturn V. Image filed 9 March 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-287 ( 194k )
Charlie and Dotty Duke pose at Pad 39-A. Image filed 9 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-288 ( 138k )
Charlie (looking toward the camera) and Dotty (right) and their two boys examine the CM interior in the white room. Image filed 9 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-31047 ( 167k or 885k )
Ken Mattingly (right) and John Young (?) in the Command Module. 14 Markch 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
S72-31183 ( 167k or 885k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young during field training. The "Explorer" logo reads "Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Center of Astrogeology". Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
S72-31555 ( 173k or 833k )
John Young reads his checklist during field training. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
S72-33989 ( 117k )
Shows Charlie hammering a double core tube during training on at the Kennedy Space Center. Note that he is using the flat of the hammer. Note, also, that a member of the support team is standing behind him, holding a hose which supplies chilled water which circulates through Charlie's Liquid-Cooled Garment (LCG) to provide cooling. Identifying numbers can be seen on the core tubes: the upper section is numbered 29 and the lower section is numbered 58. 22 March 1972.
S72-19404 ( 128k )
Charlie Duke (left), John Young, and Ken Mattingly onboard the recovery training ship "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19406 ( 112k )
Charlie (left) and John aboard"Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19408 ( 112k )
Charlie (left), John, and Ken aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19411 ( 141k )
Ken (left), John, and Charlie pose with a 'boilerplate' Command Module aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19412 ( 135k )
John slides into the 'boilerplate' Command Module aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19414 ( 122k )
Charlie (left), John, and Ken aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19415 ( 116k )
Charlie (left), John, and Ken aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19418 ( 125k )
Ken (left) and John aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19420 ( 116k )
Ken (second left), John, and Charlie perhaps at the end of a long day aboard the "Retriever". 22 March 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering
S72-19887 ( 66k )
Apollo dietician Rita Rapp poses with some of the Apollo 16 food packages. The package in the center foreground is labeled 'Day 4, Meal A'. Details for the meals can be found in the LM Menu given in the Apollo 16 Press Kit ( 5.6 Mb PDF ). 14 February 1972. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
72-H-363 ( 177k or 1319k )
John Young (left) Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke meet the press for a pre-flight briefing and interviews. 25 March 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-390 ( 109k or 1510k )
John Young (foreground, Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke (rear) during suit-up for the Countdown Demonstration Test. Photo filed 31 March 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-391 ( 102k or 1199k )
Ken Mattingly makes notes in his flight checklist while undergoing spacesuit pressure checks for the Countdown Demonstration Test. Photo filed 31 March 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-392 ( 100k or 1096k )
Charles Duke during suit-up prior to the 'dry' or unfueled portion of the Countdown Demonstration Test. His suit appears to be pressurized, suggesting that a pressure check is being done. Photo filed 31 March 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-393 ( 124k or 1104k )
John Young (right), Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke leave the suit-up room, probably headed for the elevator and certainly headed for the transfer van that will take them to the pad for the Countdown Demonstration Test. Photo filed 31 March 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
KSC-72PC-253 ( 177k )
Apollo 16 crew walkout for Countdown Demonstration Test. 31 March 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-33685 ( 144k or 370k )
Charlie Duke (left) and John Young on the one-g LRV trainer. John is changing a switch or circuit-breaker setting on the console with his right hand. This photo gives us a view of the pitch/roll meter - in the pitch position - mounted on the side of the Rover console. Note that neither John nor Charlie is wearing a cuff checklist. 4 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72P-111 ( 164k or 561k )
John Young (left) extracts a cable from its protective package while Charlie Duke watches the procedure. This is the cable which will connect the RTG - seen in the foreground with black cooling fins - to the Central Station. During the mission, John does the connection at about 120:57:47. A tempa-label is visible on the UHT in the lower left. 11 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-427 ( 175k or 1310k )
Charlie Duke (second left) talks to back-up Commander Fred Haise (second right) with John Young (right) and Back-up LMP Ed Mitchell (between Duke and Haise) and suit tech Frank Hernandez (left) outside a simulator. 12 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-428 ( 177k or 1317k )
John Young (top of the stairs) looks down at Ken Mattingly (left) and Charlie Duke (back to us) as they prepare to enter a Command Module simulator. 12 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-430 ( 158k or 891k )
Two days prior to launch, John Young (operating the handcontroller) and Charlie Duke (pointing at the TV monitor) practice a Rover traverse. The image on the monitor comes from the Landing and Ascent (L&A) facility which consists of a large site model suspended above a TV which moved in response to commands from either the LM simulator or this LRV simulator. 14 April 1972. Research by Frederic Artner.
72-H-439 ( 119k )
John Young (left), Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke review lunar orbital maps with geologist Farouk El Baz. With only two days to go before launch, the crew is in semi-isolation to reduce the chance of any of them being exposed to potential illness, such as the possible exposure to German measles (in the person of Charlie Duke) that kept Mattingly from flying on Apollo 13. Only a small number of people came into direct contact with the crew during the isolation period and, during briefings such as this one, people like El Baz who were not on the access list were seperated from the crew by a barrier. Image filed 14 April 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-431 ( 124k or 1294k )
Portrait of Charlie with a T-38, probably at Patrick Air Force Base near the Cape. Image filed 15 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-432 ( 109k or 1365k )
Portrait of Charlie with a T-38, probably at Patrick Air Force Base near the Cape. Image filed 15 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
KSC-72PC-154 ( 136k )
Charlie Duke (left) and Ken Mattingly in the KSC Crew Training Building. April 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering. Harald Kucharek calls attention to the blue, heart-shapes patches on Charlie's right thigh and right sleeve. See the discussion following 119:49:48.
72-H-442 ( 88k or 1161k )
Charlie Duke with a newpaper at the pre-launch breakfast. 16 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-447 ( 93k or 1075k )
Ken Mattingly adjusts his chinstrap during suit-up for launch. 16 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-446 ( 125k or 1302k )
Ken Mattingly checks his wristwatch during suit-up for launch. 16 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-448 ( 125k or 1728k )
Charlie Duke reviews the flight checklist during suit-up for launch. 16 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-HC-305 ( 166k or 684k )
John Young (foreground) and the other crewmembers undergo suit pressure integrity checks prior to launch. Deke Slayton (blue shirt) talks to the suit techs. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-445 ( 112k or 1458k )
Charlie Duke during a pressure integrity check during suit-up for launch. 16 April 1972. Scan by Ed Hengeveld.
72-H-443 ( 172k or 1543k )
John Young gives a 'thumb up' to well-wishers gathered in MSOB hallway as he, Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke leave to board the transfer van to the pad 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-169 ( 185k or 1381k )
Charlie Duke (?) prepares to entire the Command Module in the White Room. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.

Vehicle Assembly, Transport, and Pad Checkout

Grumman Photograph 1123008031771721 (0.4 Mb)

John Young (left) and Charlie Duke at Bethpage at the start of a MESA fit-and-function session. Both are wearing EVA gloves. The first thing they found on opening the blankets was a pair if presentation plaques prepared for them by the Grumman team. 17 March 1971 Photo courtesy Paul Fjeld. KSC-71PC-766 ( 526k )
Apollo 16 roll-out. 13 December 1971. Scan by David Harland.

KSC-71PC-770 ( 178k )

Apollo 16 roll-out. 13 December 1971. Scan by J.L. Pikcering.
71-HC-1489 ( 120k )
Ken Mattingly at a press-conference during the Apollo 16 roll-out. 13 December 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague/J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-767 ( 607k )
First Apollo 16 roll-out. 13 December 1971. Scan by David Harland.
KSC-71PC-768 ( 175k or 1151k )
First Apollo 16 roll-out. 13 December 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-769 ( 226k or 1301k )
First Apollo 16 roll-out. 13 December 1971. Research by J.L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-584 ( 144k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V photographed from the Mobile Service Structure (MSS) during rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
KSC-71P-631 ( 164k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
APOLLO16-ROLLOUT-No Photo ID ( 120k )
Apollo 16 rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
APOLLO16-ROLLOUT-No Photo ID ( 262k )
Apollo 16 rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
KSC-71PC-771 ( 148k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V on the pad following the first rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
71-H-1898 ( 104k or 900k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V on Pad 39A following the first rollout. 13 December 1971. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-17 ( 148k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V begins the rollback to the VAB. 27 January 1972. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-19 ( 80k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V on its way to the VAB during rollback. 27 January 1972. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-16 ( 123k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V nearing completion of the rollback to the VAB for repairs. 27 January 1972. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-18 ( 148k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V is taken into the VAB during rollback. 27 January 1972. Scan by J. L. Pickering.
72-H-116 ( 100k or 396k )
Apollo 16 was rolled back to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) after the Command Module's Reaction Control System (RCS) developed a fuel system leak. 25 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-117 ( 84k or 380k )
Apollo 16 spacecraft after rollback and de-mating due to RCS leak. 25 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-118 ( 112k or 351k )
Apollo 16 spacecraft after rollback and de-mating due to RCS leak. 25 January 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72P-66 ( 116k or 572k )
Second Apollo 16 roll-out. 8 February 1972. Research by J.L. Pickering.
S72-19795 ( 195k or 373k )
The second Apollo 16 roll-out attracts a crowd at the Vehicle Assembly Building. 9 February 1972. Scan by David Harland. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-34473 ( 244k or 588k )
The Mobile Service Structure (MSS) approaches the Apollo 16 Saturn V on pad 39-A. 29 March 1972. Scans by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72P-82 ( 165k or 912k )
View of the Apollo 16 CSM from the MSS. 29 March 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-147 ( 168k or 1224k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V on the pad at night during a Countdown Demostration Test. 29 March 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-149 ( 118k or 552k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V on the pad at night during a Countdown Demostration Test. 29 March 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague/J.L Pickering.
KSC-72PC-150 ( 96k )
Apollo 16 Saturn V on the pad at night during a Countdown Demostration Test. 29 March 1972. Scan by J.L Pickering.
KSC-72PC-152 ( 125k )
A white-gloved tech displays the Apollo 16 stainless-steel plaque prior to installation on the ladder strut. 10 April 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-425 115k
B&W plaque photo signed by Charlie Duke. Photo filed 12 April 1972. Scan courtesy Frederic Artner.
KSC-72PC-151 ( 140k )
Technician Ken Crow attaches the Apollo 16 stainless-steel plaque on the ladder strut. He is lying on a service platform inside the adapter stage atop the Saturn V on the pad. The service platform will be removed prior to launch. 10 April 1972. Scan by J.L. Pickering. KSC-72P-113 (NASA scan) is a B&W version.

Saturn V Launch

KSC-72PC-184 ( 212k )

The Apollo 16 Saturn V builds thrust prior to lift-off. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-172 ( 208k or 1518k )
Lift-off of Apollo 16 from tower camera. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-176 ( 213k or 506k )
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Scans by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-178 ( 169k or 822k )
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
KSC-72PC-174 ( 150k or 1431k)
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
APOLLO16LAUNCH-NOID ( 116k)
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Scan by J.L.. Pickering.
KSC-72PC-173 ( 156k or 1181k)
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-35345 ( 175k or 399k)
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Scans by Kipp Teague.
S72-37267 ( 112k or 980k )
Lift-off of Apollo 16. 16 April 1972. Research by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-451 ( 148k or 868k )
Lift-off of Apollo 16 from the press site. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-HC-310 ( 125k or 581k )
Lift-off of Apollo 16 from the press site. According to the NASA caption, "Nearly 2000 accreditted newsmen covered the mission".16 April 1972. Scan courtesy NASA.
S72-35188 ( 100k or 470k )
Flight Directors Gene Kranz (left) and Gerry Griffin in the Mission Operations Control Room (MOCR) during the Apollo 16 launch. 16 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.

Mission Support Photos


S72-38433 ( 124k )

Shows Tony England at the CapCom console. Deke Slayton is seated beyond him and is talking to Fred Haise, the backup Commander, who is sitting behind Tony. The digital readout above and slightly to the right of Tony's video monitor gives Mission Elapsed Time and is reading 145:38:32. Note that Tony has a traverse planning map open on the desk next to the coffee cups. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-38435 ( 116k )
Shows Tony England at the CapCom console at 144:39:17 during EVA-2. Behind him, Deke Slayton is standing and, just beyond Deke, Fred Haise is sitting. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-37002 ( 173k )
124:55:09 This image is a frame from the 16-mm movie record which shows John driving the Rover during the Grand Prix. The 16-mm record provided Rover engineers with detailed data on Rover performance in the lunar terrain, albeit with only one astronaut on-board. Smoky Mountain is on the horizon at the right side of the picture. Note that the Rover fenders are very effective in keeping dust from being thrown up onto the vehicle. Scan by David Harland.
S72-36235 ( 128k or 666k )
Distant view of Apollo 16 on main chutes. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36287 ( 267k or 1852k )
Apollo 16 descends toward splashdown. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-36289 ( 322k or 1408k )
Apollo 16 descends toward splashdown. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-36291 ( 267k or 730k )
Apollo 16 descends toward splashdown. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-36293 ( 215k or 767k )
Moment of impact during splashdown. Scan by Kipp Teague.
72-H-474 ( 248k )
Apollo 16 splashdown in Stable II, meaning that the Command Module is upside down. Scan by Frederic Artner.
S72-36300 ( 359k )
Command Module in Stable II position with two chutes downwind. Scan by J.L. PIckering.

Mission Photos by Magazine Number

Magazine 104/UU (B&W) Fluid Electrophoresis Demonstration, Frames 17001-17052


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. These are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used during TransLunar Coast


Magazine 105/M (B&W) Frames 17053-17236


Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Magazine 105 was used by Charlie Duke during EVA-3. It contains photos taken with the 500-mm lens camera.


Calibration Chart (OF300) ( 101k or 940k ) AS16-105-17053 (OF300) ( 122k or 1303k )
165:46:50 Sunstruck. Charlie has started a series of 500-mm photographs from left to right along the summit ridge of Stone Mountain. As with most of Charlie's 500-mm photography, most of these are blurred.
AS16-105-17054(OF300) ( 79k or 750k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17055 (OF300) ( 79k or 762k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17056 (OF300) ( 77k or 668k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17057 (OF300) ( 79k or 751k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17058 (OF300) ( 72k or 665k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17059 (OF300) ( 69k or 638k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17060 (OF300) ( 69k or 634k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17061 (OF300) ( 73k or 651k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17062 (OF300) ( 77k or 732k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17063 (OF300) ( 73k or 637k )
500-mm photograph of Stone Mountain. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17064 (OF300) ( 72k or 663k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17065 (OF300) ( 69k or 662k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17066 (OF300) ( 85k or 798k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17067 (OF300) ( 80k or 793k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17068 (OF300) ( 85k or 775k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17069 (OF300) ( 81k or 749k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17070 (OF300) ( 72k or 633k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain, blurred, showing the foot of the mountain.
AS16-105-17071 (OF300) ( 70k or 667k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17072 (OF300) ( 78k or 745k )
500-mm of Stone Mountain, blurred, ending the summit/horizon sequence.
AS16-105-17073 (OF300) ( 89k or 789k )
Charlie has started another series of left to right photographs of the midslope of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17074 (OF300) ( 90k or 716k )
Rightward of 17073. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17075 (OF300) ( 77k or 704k )
Rightward of 17074.
AS16-105-17076 (OF300) ( 105k or 809k )
Rightward of 17075. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17077 (OF300) ( 84k or 724k )
Rightward of 17076.
AS16-105-17078 (OF300) ( 91k or 757k )
Rightward of 17077.
AS16-105-17079 (OF300) ( 101k or 824k )
Rightward of 17078.
AS16-105-17080 (OF300) ( 88k or 791k )
Rightward of 17079.
AS16-105-17081 (OF300) ( 84k or 768k )
Rightward of 17080.
AS16-105-17082 (OF300) ( 85k or 782k )
Rightward of 17081.
AS16-105-17083 (OF300) ( 102k or 851k )
Rightward of 17082. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17084 (OF300) ( 80k or 735k )
Rightward of 17083.
AS16-105-17085 (OF300) ( 87k or 791k )
Rightward of 17084.
AS16-105-17086 (OF300) ( 100k or 872k )
Rightward of 17085.
AS16-105-17087 (OF300) ( 86k or 777k )
Rightward of 17086.
AS16-105-17088 (OF300) ( 83k or 767k )
Rightward of 17087.
AS16-105-17089 (OF300) ( 92k or 817k )
Rightward of 17088.
AS16-105-17090 (OF300) ( 90k or 851k )
Rightward of 17089.
AS16-105-17091 (OF300) ( 90k or 865k )
Rightward of 17090.
AS16-105-17092 (OF300) ( 83k or 780k )
Rightward of 17091. The prominent crater that is 1.5 fiducials up and 1.5 fiducials right from center in this image can also be seen in AS16-108-17676, a photo that Charlie took from Station 8. In that photo, the crater is about 2 fiducials up and 0.4 to the right. According to Figure 6-54 in the Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report, Crown Crater, the largest crater on the western portion of the mountain, is 0.5 to 0.8 fiducials left and 1.7 fiducials up from center. Our line of sight is more or less parallel to the plan of the rim and, therefore, the crater is difficult to pick out in the Station 8 photo and in the LM photos. Here, it is about 0.4 fiducials up from center and extends from 0.5 to the right of center to 1.1 fiducials right.
AS16-105-17093 (OF300) ( 87k or 814k )
Rightward of 17092, showing the right flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17094 (OF300) ( 83k or 747k )
Rightward of 17093, showing the right flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17095 (OF300) ( 77k or 671k )
Rightward of 17094, showing the right flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17096 (OF300) ( 82k or 767k )
Rightward of 17095, showing the right flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17097 (OF300) ( 96k or 905k )
Rightward of 17096, showing the right flank of Stone Mountain, ending the sequence at mid slope.
AS16-105-17098 (OF300) ( 118k or 961k )
Charlie starts a sequence of photos from left to right along the base of Stone Mountain. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17099 (OF300) ( 106k or 929k )
Rightward of 17098.
AS16-105-17100 (OF300) ( 114k or 932k )
Rightward of 17099.
AS16-105-17101 (OF300) ( 101k or 911k )
Rightward of 17100.
AS16-105-17102 (OF300) ( 115k or 953k )
Rightward of 17101. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17103 (OF300) ( 104k or 924k )
Rightward of 17102.
AS16-105-17104 (OF300) ( 101k or 918k )
Rightward of 17103.
AS16-105-17105 (OF300) ( 113k or 949k )
Rightward of 17104.
AS16-105-17106 (OF300) ( 96k or 909k )
Rightward of 17105.
AS16-105-17107 (OF300) ( 96k or 909k )
Rightward of 17106.
AS16-105-17108 (OF300) ( 91k or 896k )
Rightward of 17107.
AS16-105-17109 (OF300) ( 96k or 902k )
Rightward of 17108.
AS16-105-17110 (OF300) ( 107k or 906k )
Rightward of 17109. Sharper than most images in this sequence.
AS16-105-17111 (OF300) ( 99k or 912k )
Rightward of 17110.
AS16-105-17112 (OF300) ( 95k or 909k )
Rightward of 17111.
AS16-105-17113 (OF300) ( 100k or 896k )
Rightward of 17112, showing the right flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17114 (OF300) ( 92k or 839k )
Rightward of 17113.
AS16-105-17115 (OF300) ( 85k or 792k )
Rightward of 17114.
AS16-105-17116 (OF300) ( 80k or 764k )
Rightward of 17115, ending the series along the base of Stone Mountain.
AS16-105-17117 (OF300) ( 14k or 87k )
166:52:24 Completely black. Confirmed by NASA Johnson.
AS16-105-17118 (OF300) ( 91k or 913k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17119 (OF300) ( 89k or 903k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17120 (OF300) ( 90k or 923k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17121 (OF300) ( 89k or 923k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17122 (OF300) ( 91k or 915k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17123 (OF300) ( 99k or 920k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17124 (OF300) ( 105k or 940k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17125 (OF300) ( 92k or 910k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17126 (OF300) ( 94k or 920k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17127 (OF300) ( 96k or 922k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17128 (OF300) ( 99k or 945k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17129 (OF300) ( 115k or 947k )
North Ray Crater rim. Less blurring than others in this sequence.
AS16-105-17130 (OF300) ( 105k or 947k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17131 (OF300) ( 110k or 939k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17132 (OF300) ( 108k or 947k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17133 (OF300) ( 100k or 928k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17134 (OF300) ( 116k or 953k )
North Ray Crater rim. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17135 (OF300) ( 118k or 949k )
North Ray Crater rim. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17136 (OF300) ( 125k or 948k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17137 (OF300) ( 156k or 1005k )
North Ray Crater rim. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17138 (OF300) ( 104k or 934k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17139 (OF300) ( 155k or 1009k )
North Ray Crater rim. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17140 (OF300) ( 133k or 939k )
North Ray Crater rim.
AS16-105-17141 (OF300) ( 189k or 1059k )
North Ray Crater rim. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17142 (OF300) ( 139k or 946k )
With this image, Charlie starts a series of pictures of the interior of North Ray Crater. Most are blurred.
AS16-105-17143 (OF300) ( 155k or 944k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17144 (OF300) ( 169k or 962k )
Interior of North Ray Crater. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17145 (OF300) ( 175k or 991k )
Interior of North Ray Crater. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17146 (OF300) ( 125k or 952k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17147 (OF300) ( 131k or 963k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17148 (OF300) ( 122k or 946k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17149 (OF300) ( 112k or 950k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17150 (OF300) ( 105k or 929k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17151 (OF300) ( 101k or 941k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17152 (OF300) ( 112k or 942k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17153 (OF300) ( 104k or 939k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17154 (OF300) ( 94k or 919k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17155 (OF300) ( 105k or 943k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17156 (OF300) ( 94k or 914k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17157 (OF300) ( 93k or 916k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17158 (OF300) ( 93k or 914k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17159 (OF300) ( 99k or 934k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17160 (OF300) ( 95k or 914k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17161 (OF300) ( 95k or 912k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17162 (OF300) ( 95k or 938k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17163 (OF300) ( 109k or 943k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17164 (OF300) ( 126k or 971k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17165 (OF300) ( 95k or 922k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17166 (OF300) ( 119k or 963k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17167 (OF300) ( 112k or 953k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17168 (OF300) ( 109k or 953k )
North Ray Crater interior. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17169 (OF300) ( 122k or 962k )
North Ray Crater interior. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17170 (OF300) ( 116k or 943k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17171 (OF300) ( 137k or 937k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17172 (OF300) ( 211k or 1070k )
This is probably Charlie's best picture of the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-105-17173 (OF300) ( 150k or 944k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17174 (OF300) ( 201k or 1043k )
North Ray Crater interior. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17175 (OF300) ( 199k or 1026k )
Good picture of the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-105-17176 (OF300) ( 137k or 906k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17177 (OF300) ( 141k or 935k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17178 (OF300) ( 125k or 901k )
North Ray Crater interior.
AS16-105-17179 (OF300) ( 201k or 1011k )
Good picture of the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-105-17180 (OF300) ( 187k or 986k )
North Ray Crater interior. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17181 (OF300) ( 180k or 975k )
Good picture of the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-105-17182 (OF300) ( 67k or 648k )
Charlie starts a series of pictures of Smoky Mountain. Most are blurred.
AS16-105-17183 (OF300) ( 66k or 614k )
166:53:44 Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17184 (OF300) ( 70k or 613k )
Smoky Mountain. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17185 (OF300) ( 75k or 719k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17186 (OF300) ( 70k or 631k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17187 (OF300) ( 75k or 690k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17188 (OF300) ( 80k or 801k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17189 (OF300) ( 118k or 953k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17190 (OF300) ( 105k or 939k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17191 (OF300) ( 102k or 938k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17192 (OF300) ( 111k or 956k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17193 (OF300) ( 107k or 929k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17194 (OF300) ( 117k or 948k )
Smoky Mountain. Sharper image than most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17195 (OF300) ( 120k or 967k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17196 (OF300) ( 103k or 944k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17197 (OF300) ( 117k or 939k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17198 (OF300) ( 102k or 940k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17199 (OF300) ( 98k or 923k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17200 (OF300) ( 110k or 945k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17201 (OF300) ( 84k or 755k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17202 (OF300) ( 89k or 756k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17203 (OF300) ( 77k or 655k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17204 (OF300) ( 72k or 683k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17205 (OF300) ( 69k or 591k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17206 (OF300) ( 55k or 472k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17207 (OF300) ( 65k or 581k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17208 (OF300) ( 57k or 531k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17209 (OF300) ( 64k or 590k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17210 (OF300) ( 76k or 699k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17211 (OF300) ( 88k or 817k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17212 (OF300) ( 105k or 901k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17213 (OF300) ( 96k or 914k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17214 (OF300) ( 104k or 921k )
Smoky Mountain.
AS16-105-17215 (OF300) ( 108k or 940k )
Ending Charlie's Smoky Mountain pictures.
AS16-105-17216 (OF300) ( 141k or 950k )
167:06:40 500-mm photographs of the interior of North Ray Crater. Not as badly blurred as most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17217 (OF300) ( 113k or 911k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17218 (OF300) ( 113k or 912k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17219 (OF300) ( 103k or 930k )
North Ray Crater. Not as badly blurred as most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17220 (OF300) ( 90k or 911k )
North Ray Crater. Not as badly blurred as most in this sequence.
AS16-105-17221 (OF300) ( 99k or 923k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17222 (OF300) ( 89k or 895k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17223 (OF300) ( 94k or 912k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17224 (OF300) ( 98k or 928k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17225 (OF300) ( 93k or 910k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17226 (OF300) ( 85k or 895k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17227 (OF300) ( 87k or 900k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17228 (OF300) ( 99k or 917k )
North Ray Crater, sharper than most in the series.
AS16-105-17229 (OF300) ( 95k or 900k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17230 (OF300) ( 89k or 891k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17231 (OF300) ( 93k or 904k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17232 (OF300) ( 90k or 879k )
North Ray Crater, sharper than most in the series.
AS16-105-17233 (OF300) ( 97k or 921k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17234 (OF300) ( 88k or 920k )
North Ray Crater, sunstruck, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17235 (OF300) ( 93k or 882k )
North Ray Crater, badly blurred.
AS16-105-17236 (OF300) ( 97k or 1161k )
North Ray Crater, sunstruck, badly blurred.


Magazine 106/K (B&W) Frames 17237-17418

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-3.


AS16-106-17237 blank.

AS16-106-17238 blank.

AS16-106-17239 (OF300) ( 220k or 1171k )

166:57:08 Charlie starts the first of a series of polarimetry pans of the interior of North Ray Crater. For this first pan, the polarizing filter is oriented horizontally and he starts at the right side of the crater.
AS16-106-17240 (OF300) ( 170k or 1011k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17239.
AS16-106-17241 (OF300) ( 214k or 1199k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17240.
AS16-106-17242 (OF300) ( 196k or 1144k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17241.
AS16-106-17243 (OF300) ( 194k or 1170k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17242.
AS16-106-17244 (OF300) ( 184k or 1136k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17243.
AS16-106-17245 (OF300) ( 179k or 1152k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17244.
AS16-106-17246 (OF300) ( 178k or 1172k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17245.
AS16-106-17247 (OF300) ( 169k or 1156k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17246.
AS16-106-17248 (OF300) ( 167k or 1163k )
166:57:08 Leftward of 17247, ending the first polarimetry pan.
AS16-106-17249 (OF300) ( 163k or 1146k )
166:58:00 Charlie starts a second polarimetry pan from the left side of the crater. For this pan, the polarizing filter is oriented at a 45 degree angle.
AS16-106-17250 (OF300) ( 167k or 1158k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17249.
AS16-106-17251 (OF300) ( 167k or 1145k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17250.
AS16-106-17252 (OF300) ( 190k or 1227k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17251.
AS16-106-17253 (OF300) ( 201k or 1260k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17252.
AS16-106-17254 (OF300) ( 212k or 1279k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17253.
AS16-106-17255 (OF300) ( 215k or 1260k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17254. This is an excellent view into North Ray Crater.
AS16-106-17256 (OF300) ( 234k or 1331k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17255. This is an excellent view into North Ray Crater.
AS16-106-17257 (OF300) ( 236k or 1287k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17256.
AS16-106-17258 (OF300) ( 241k or 1282k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17257.
AS16-106-17259 (OF300) ( 247k or 1302k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17258.
AS16-106-17260 (OF300) ( 236k or 1201k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17259.
AS16-106-17261 (OF300) ( 243k or 1201k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17260.
AS16-106-17262 (OF300) ( 255k or 1269k )
166:58:00 Rightward of 17261, ending the second polarimetry pan.
AS16-106-17263 (OF300) ( 248k or 1247k )
166:58:34 Charlie starts his third polarimetry pan with the filter oriented vertically.
AS16-106-17264 (OF300) ( 248k or 1263k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17263.
AS16-106-17265 (OF300) ( 243k or 1226k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17264.
AS16-106-17266 (OF300) ( 244k or 1263k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17265.
AS16-106-17267 (OF300) ( 250k or 1333k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17266.
AS16-106-17268 (OF300) ( 231k or 1259k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17267.
AS16-106-17269 (OF300) ( 228k or 1293k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17268.
AS16-106-17270 (OF300) ( 216k or 1258k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17269.
AS16-106-17271 (OF300) ( 213k or 1276k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17270.
AS16-106-17272 (OF300) ( 214k or 1317k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17271.
AS16-106-17273 (OF300) ( 195k or 1261k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17272.
AS16-106-17274 (OF300) ( 185k or 1234k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17273.
AS16-106-17275 (OF300) ( 177k or 1226k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17274.
AS16-106-17276 (OF300) ( 173k or 1223k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17275.
AS16-106-17277 (OF300) ( 221k or 1246k )
166:58:34 Leftward of 17276, ending the third polarization pan.
AS16-106-17278 (OF300) ( 216k or 1239k )
167:02:32 Charlie starts a fourth polarimetry pan with the filter oriented vertically.
AS16-106-17279 (OF300) ( 219k or 1255k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17278.
AS16-106-17280 (OF300) ( 203k or 1199k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17279.
AS16-106-17281 (OF300) ( 200k or 1222k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17280.
AS16-106-17282 (OF300) ( 193k or 1221k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17281.
AS16-106-17283 (OF300) ( 183k or 1221k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17282.
AS16-106-17284 (OF300) ( 174k or 1219k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17283.
AS16-106-17285 (OF300) ( 167k or 1210k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17284.
AS16-106-17286 (OF300) ( 164k or 1231k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17285.
AS16-106-17287 (OF300) ( 158k or 1214k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17286.
AS16-106-17288 (OF300) ( 154k or 1222k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17287.
AS16-106-17289 (OF300) ( 152k or 1215k )
167:02:32 Leftward of 17288, ending Charlie's fourth polarimetry pan.
AS16-106-17290 (OF300) ( 135k or 1088k )
Charlie starts a fifth polarimetry pan with the filter in the 45 degree position.
AS16-106-17291 (OF300) ( 139k or 1101k )
Rightward of 17290.
AS16-106-17292 (OF300) ( 145k or 1129k )
Rightward of 17291.
AS16-106-17293 (OF300) ( 149k or 1130k )
Rightward of 17292.
AS16-106-17294 (OF300) ( 156k or 1163k )
Rightward of 17293.
AS16-106-17295 (OF300) ( 176k or 1204k )
Rightward of 17294.
AS16-106-17296 (OF300) ( 177k or 1203k )
Rightward of 17295.
AS16-106-17297 (OF300) ( 186k or 1208k )
Rightward of 17296.
AS16-106-17298 (OF300) ( 199k or 1216k )
Rightward of 17297.
AS16-106-17299 (OF300) ( 195k or 1203k )
Rightward of 17298.
AS16-106-17300 (OF300) ( 216k or 1256k )
Rightward of 17299.
AS16-106-17301 (OF300) ( 213k or 1228k )
Rightward of 17300.
AS16-106-17301/6 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 4406k or 197k )
Red-blue anaglyph combining 17301 and 17306 by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-106-17302 (OF300) ( 220k or 1247k )
Rightward of 17301.
AS16-106-17303 (OF300) ( 218k or 1236k )
Rightward of 17302, ending Charlie's fifth polarimetry pan.
AS16-106-17304 (OF300) ( 179k or 1091k )
Charlie starts a sixth polarimetry pan at Station 11 with the filter oriented horizontally. Photographically, this may be the best of the six pans.
AS16-106-17305 (OF300) ( 202k or 1163k )
Leftward 17304.
AS16-106-17306 (OF300) ( 209k or 1209k )
Leftward 17305.
AS16-106-17307 (OF300) ( 201k or 1180k )
Leftward 17306.
AS16-106-17308 (OF300) ( 203k or 1227k )
Leftward 17307.
AS16-106-17309 (OF300) ( 187k or 1210k )
Leftward 17308.
AS16-106-17310 (OF300) ( 180k or 1211k )
Leftward 17309.
AS16-106-17311 (OF300) ( 171k or 1202k )
Leftward 17310.
AS16-106-17312 (OF300) ( 159k or 1170k )
Leftward 17311.
AS16-106-17313 (OF300) ( 158k or 1185k )
Leftward 17312.
AS16-106-17314 (OF300) ( 149k or 1155k )
Leftward 17313.
AS16-106-17315 (OF300) ( 148k or 1157k )
Leftward 17314.
AS16-106-17316 (OF300) ( 142k or 1138k )
Leftward 17315.
AS16-106-17317 (OF300) ( 137k or 1099k )
Leftward 17316, ending Charlie's sixth polarimetry pan of North Ray Crater.
AS16-106-17318 (OF300) ( 223k or 1428k )
167:17:24 This photo from the northeast may belong with Charlie's description of the split piece of white rock.
AS16-106-17319 (OF300) ( 242k or 1462k )
167:17:24 Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17318.
AS16-106-17320 (OF300) ( 250k or 1517k )
167:18:23 This "before" photo may show the sample that went into bag 415.
AS16-106-17321 (OF300) ( 256k or 1514k )
167:18:23 Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17320.
AS16-106-17322 (OF300) ( 260k or 1558k )
167:18:33 "After" of the bag 415 sample.
AS16-106-17323 (OF300) ( 127k or 1010k )
167:19:05 Charlie took a series of portrait photos of a white boulder at Station 11.
AS16-106-17324 (OF300) ( 131k or 1042k )
167:19:05 Charlie stepped to his right.
AS16-106-17325 (OF300) ( 148k or 1058k )
167:19:05 Charlie moved in closer to the large boulder.
AS16-106-17326 (OF300) ( 148k or 1073k )
167:19:05 Charlie stepped further to his right.
AS16-106-17327 (OF300) ( 238k or 1466k )
167:19:54 Charlie used his tongs to gauge his distance for this close-up. Note that the boulder has a large number of darker inclusions.
AS16-106-17328 (OF300) ( 261k or 1529k )
167:19:54 Close-up of the same area shown in 17327.
AS16-106-17329 (OF300) ( 256k or 1505k )
167:19:54 Close-up of the same area shown in 17327.
AS16-106-17330 (OF300) ( 243k or 1465k )
167:19:54 Close-up of the same area shown in 17327.
AS16-106-17331 (OF300) ( 201k or 1308k )
167:21:12 Showing Charlie's fractured white boulder.
AS16-106-17332 (OF300) ( 204k or 1287k )
Similar to 17331. The samples taken from the top of this boulder went into bag 416.
AS16-106-17333 (OF300) ( 225k or 1459k )
167:23:37 Cross-Sun "before" of the white boulder fillet sample.
AS16-106-17334 (OF300) ( 206k or 1375k )
167:23:37 Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17333. John has moved in with the rake, which he will use to get the fillet sample.
AS16-106-17335 (OF300) ( 232k or 1476k )
Cross-Sun "after" of the white boulder fillet sample.
AS16-106-17336 (OF300) ( 206k or 1323k )
167:24:45 Charlie turned to get this "locator" to House Rock. The tongs are stuck in the ground as a substitute for the broken gnomon. John has the rake. House Rock is the very large boulder beyond John's right shoulder.
AS16-106-17337 (OF300) ( 166k or 1145k )
167:26:35 "After" of Charlie's chip sample from the clast in the white boulder. He did not take a "before".
AS16-106-17338 (OF300) ( 215k or 1426k )
167:33:03 Down-Sun "before" of the second rake sample. John is holding the rake at the left side of the picture.
AS16-106-17339 (OF300) ( 212k or 1436k )
167:37:52 They are about halfway from the Rover to House Rock and stopped to get a sample. This is Charlie's down-Sun "before". North Ray Crater is in the background.
AS16-106-17340 (OF300) ( 176k or 1187k )
167:37:52 John and Charlie are about halfway from the Rover to House Rock and have stopped to take a sample. This is Charlie's "locator". John is standing with his knees slightly bent and the rake in his right hand. the Rover is in the distance above John's hands, with the high-gain antenna sticking up above the local horizon.
AS16-106-17341 (OF300) ( 245k or 1227k )
167:43:21 This is the first in a series of four pictures Charlie took of the base of House Rock. Note that the surface rocks in the foreground seem to be in good focus while the face of House Rock is out of focus. This suggests that Charlie made a poor choice of focal distance.
AS16-106-17342 (OF300) ( 232k or 1148k )
167:43:21 Second photo of the base of House Rock. Eric Nelson has created a red-blue anaglyph from 17341 and 342. Because Charlie was carrying the out-of-focus tongs (?) in the foreground, they moved with him between frames. Eric writes, "I simply stamped out the tool with nearby soil patches. I still feel something better can be done, but I need to think over the stereo composition a little more.". He also used FocusMagic to remove some of the effects of Charlie's inappropriate choice of focus setting.
AS16-106-17343 (OF300) ( 213k or 1057k )
167:43:21 Third photo of the base of House Rock.
AS16-106-17344 (OF300) ( 197k or 1070k )
167:43:21 Fourth photo of the base of House Rock. In this image, the surface rocks in the foreground are blurred, suggesting that Charlie was not stationary when he took the picture.
AS16-106-17345 (OF300) ( 245k or 1409k )
167:44:33 Charlie's close-up of the shatter cone in House Rock. See, also, Figure 17 in the Apollo 16 Professional Paper.
AS16-106-17346 (OF300) ( 213k or 1351k )
Close-up of House Rock.
AS16-106-17347 (OF300) ( 261k or 1435k )
167:51:29 Cross-Sun "before" from the north of the reference soil sample at House Rock. This picture gives us a good view of the sample bags hanging from John's camera.
AS16-106-17348 (OF300) ( 293k or 1555k )
167:51:29 Stereo companion to 17347.
AS16-106-17349 (OF300) ( 228k or 1260k )
167:54:20 First frame in Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock. There are six frames in this series.
AS16-106-17350 (OF300) ( 242k or 1242k )
167:54:20 Second frame in Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock. Eric Nelson has created a red-blue anaglyph from 17349 and 17350.
AS16-106-17351 (OF300) ( 237k or 1253k )
167:54:20 Third frame in Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock.
AS16-106-17352 (OF300) ( 224k or 1182k )
167:54:20 Fourth frame in Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock.
AS16-106-17353 (OF300) ( 238k or 1345k )
167:54:20 Fifth frame in Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock.
AS16-106-17354 (OF300) ( 225k or 1288k )
167:54:20 Sixth frame in Charlie's second portrait of the base of House Rock. John is at the left examining Outhouse Rock.
AS16-106-17355 (OF300) ( 295k or 1565k )
168:02:09 "Before" of the sample Charlie collected on the way back from House Rock. In the dialog, Charlie mentions that he hit the rock with the scoop and, in the photograph, we can see an imprint beyond the rock that suggests that it moved from that spot to its present location.
AS16-106-17356 (OF300) ( 293k or 1595k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17355.
AS16-106-17357 (OF300) ( 140k or 1010k )
168:09:46 Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13. They have not yet started to move. Stone Mountain is in the distance on the left and South Ray Crater on the right.
AS16-106-17358 (OF300) ( 143k or 989k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13. In the distance beyond the white boulders, we can see the South Ray ejecta blanket.
AS16-106-17359 (OF300) ( 154k or 1087k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13, showing the inbound Rover tracks.
AS16-106-17360 (OF300) ( 180k or 1254k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17361 (OF300) ( 186k or 1296k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17362 (OF300) ( 152k or 1082k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17363 (OF300) ( 156k or 1066k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17364 (OF300) ( 128k or 891k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17365 (OF300) ( 137k or 978k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17366 (OF300) ( 114k or 793k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17367 (OF300) ( 129k or 887k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17368 (OF300) ( 145k or 1006k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17369 (OF300) ( 144k or 1062k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17370 (OF300) ( 122k or 871k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17371 (OF300) ( 113k or 784k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17372 (OF300) ( 112k or 769k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17373 (OF300) ( 146k or 1032k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13. They have just reached the false rim that fooled them on the outbound trip.
AS16-106-17374 (OF300) ( 151k or 1051k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17375 (OF300) ( 140k or 981k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13. A portion of Ravine Crater can be seen on the left.
AS16-106-17376 (OF300) ( 152k or 1090k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17377 (OF300) ( 162k or 1066k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17378 (OF300) ( 146k or 1013k )
Traverse from Station 11 to Station 13.
AS16-106-17379 (OF300) ( 142k or 1036k )
168:15:14 Taken by Charlie Duke during the approach to Station 13. The bright, white ejecta blanket of surrounding South Ray Crater is in the distance on the right.
AS16-106-17380 (OF300) ( 160k or 1160k )
168:15:14 Approach to Station 13. John is following his outboaund tracks.
AS16-106-17381 (OF300) ( 151k or 1048k )
168:15:14 Approach to Station 13. A detail shows the sunshield attached to the front of the TV camera and the 'ZOOM' control tab on the top. Compare with a photograph ( 1.6 Mb or 0.4 Mb ) of a Qualification Unit on public display at the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum. Although the Qual Unit does not have a sunshield, it does have Vlecro on the top of the barrel and around the lens for attaching a sunshield. See, also a view from the top ( 0.6 Mb or 0.3 Mb ). A second Qual Unit, on public dispay at Space Center Houston, has a sunshield installed.
AS16-106-17382 (OF300) ( 163k or 1110k )
168:15:14 Approach to Station 13.
AS16-106-17383 (OF300) ( 162k or 1113k )
168:15:14 Approach to Station 13. Shadow Rock is one reseau spacing above center and half a spacing to the left.
AS16-106-17384 (OF300) ( 164k or 1081k )
168:15:14 Approach to Station 13. Shadow Rock is about one reseau spacing above center.
AS16-106-17385 (OF300) ( 139k or 940k )
168:15:14 Charlie took this picture while John maneuvered into the proper parking orientation for Station 13. Shadow Rock is at the right.
AS16-106-17386 (OF300) ( 138k or 1117k )
168:18:56 Charlie starts a Station 13 pan with this near-surface down-Sun.
AS16-106-17387 (OF300) ( 130k or 1059k )
168:18:56 Down-Sun horizon shot.
AS16-106-17388 (OF300) ( 138k or 1129k )
168:18:56 Rightward of 17387.
AS16-106-17389 (OF300) ( 145k or 1073k )
168:18:56 Rightward of 17388, showing the back of the Rover. Note the very large sample collection bag hanging from the left side.
AS16-106-17390 (OF300) ( 152k or 1070k )
168:18:56 Rightward of 17389, showing John aiming the high-gain antenna.
AS16-106-17391 (OF300) ( 170k or 1113k )
168:18:56 Rightward of 17390
AS16-106-17392 (OF300) ( 157k or 1012k )
168:18:56 Rightward of 17391, with the front of the Rover on the left and Shadow Rock on the right.
AS16-106-17393 (OF300) ( 187k or 1144k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17392, centered on Shadow Rock. Charlie will collect a sample of permanently shadowed soil from under the deep overhang on the western end.
AS16-106-17394 (OF300) ( 189k or 1186k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17393.
AS16-106-17395 (OF300) ( 163k or 1207k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17394.
AS16-106-17396 (OF300) ( 176k or 1260k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17395. The ridge in the middle distance is the rim of Ravine Crater.
AS16-106-17397 (OF300) ( 185k or 1299k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17396.
AS16-106-17398 (OF300) ( 174k or 1246k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17397.
AS16-106-17399 (OF300) ( 163k or 1165k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17398.
AS16-106-17400 (OF300) ( 144k or 1078k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17399.
AS16-106-17401 (OF300) ( 155k or 1093k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17400.
AS16-106-17402 (OF300) ( 163k or 1112k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17401, with the general area of the Cincos on Stone Mountain on the right.
AS16-106-17403 (OF300) ( 156k or 1087k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17402, showing boulders south of Station 13, with Stone Mountain in the background
AS16-106-17404 (OF300) ( 155k or 1100k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17403.
AS16-106-17405 (OF300) ( 137k or 1047k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17404.
AS16-106-17406 (OF300) ( 130k or 1050k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17405.
AS16-106-17407 (OF300) ( 130k or 1067k )
168:21:49 Rightward of 17406, ending Charlie's Station 13 pan.
AS16-106-17408 (OF300) ( 176k or 1360k )
168:24:29 Down-Sun "before" of the first Station 13 sample.
AS16-106-17409 (OF300) ( 195k or 1280k )
"locator" to the Rover. John is holding the tongs and examining the sample.
AS16-106-17410 (OF300) ( 91k or 647k )
168:30:35 Charlie took this picture into the permanently shadow area under Shadow Rock. An enhanced version ( 305k ) shows some detail in the deep shadow.
AS16-106-17411 (OF300) ( 101k or 707k )
168:30:35 Charlie stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17410. An enhanced version ( 362k ) shows some detail in the deep shadow.
AS16-106-17412 (OF300) ( 92k or 644k )
168:30:35 Charlie stepped further left to get a third picture of the permanent shadow under Shadow Rock. An enhanced version ( 362k ) shows little detail in the deep shadow.
AS16-106-17413 ( 214k or 1154k )
168:35:07 John is looking into the permanently shadowed area under Shadow Rock. Charlie is taking a portrait series of the rock.
AS16-106-17414 ( 239k or 1310k )
168:35:07 Rightward of 17413. Shadow Rock.
AS16-106-17415 ( 231k or 1285k )
168:35:07 Rightward of 17414. Shadow Rock.
AS16-106-17416 ( 200k or 1300k )
168:35:07 Similar to 17415 but lightstruck.
AS16-106-17417 ( 189 or 1242 )
168:35:48 Final photo , showing the west end of Shadow Rock. Note that John has gone away to do something else.


Magazine 107/C (Color) Frames 17419-17583

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Initially used by Charlie Duke during EVA-2, but mostly used by John Young from Station 4 to Station 9.


AS16-107-17419 (OF300) ( 51k or 417k )
143:13:18 Partial frame at the start of the roll.
AS16-107-17420 (OF300) ( 82k or 675k )
Charlie begins a pan taken north of the LM with this frame showing part of the U.S. flag on the left and the Solar Wind Collector (SWC) at center.
AS16-107-17420-21 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 0.9 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17421 (OF300) ( 85k or 630k )
Rightward of 17420.
AS16-107-17421-22 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17422 (OF300) ( 93k or 637k )
Rightward of 17421.
AS16-107-17422-23 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17423 (OF300) ( 123k or 752k )
Rightward of 17422.
AS16-107-17423-24 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.4 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17424 (OF300) ( 137k or 773k )
Rightward of 17423, showing a variety of blocks on the surface.
AS16-107-17424-25 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17425 (OF300) ( 147k or 831k )
Rightward of 17424.
AS16-107-17425-26 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.2 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17426 (OF300) ( 162k or 886k )
Rightward of 17425, toward the north.
AS16-107-17426-27 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 0.7 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17427 (OF300) ( 178k or 954k )
Rightward of 17426.
AS16-107-17427-28 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17428 (OF300) ( 166k or 845k )
Rightward of 17427.
AS16-107-17428-29 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.2 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17429 (OF300) ( 151k or 723k )
Rightward of 17428, up-Sun.
AS16-107-17429-30 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 0.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17430 (OF300) ( 169k or 838k )
Rightward of 17429.
AS16-107-17430-31 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17431 (OF300) ( 182k or 928k )
Rightward of 17430, showing some Rover tracks.
AS16-107-17431-32 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.5 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17432 (OF300) ( 168k or 879k )
Rightward of 17431.
AS16-107-17432-33 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17433 (OF300) ( 161k or 826k )
Rightward of 17432, showing the minus-Z (east) strut.
AS16-107-17433-34 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17434 (OF300) ( 186k or 941k )
Rightward of 17433.
AS16-107-17434-35 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.9 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17435 (OF300) ( 173k or 855k )
Rightward of 17434. This is a good portrait of the LM, the MESA, the SEQ Bay, the Rover. John is beyond the Rover, collecting a rock sample.
AS16-107-17435-36 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.7 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17436 (OF300) ( 182k or 857k )
143:13:18 This frame is part of a pan that Charlie took at the start of EVA-2. It shows the LM, MESA, Rover. John is beyond the Rover collecting a rock sample. On the left side of the image, as shown in a detail, we see the empty Quad III Payload Pallet compartment where the UV camera was stowed. The thermal blanket that covered the compartment hangs down from the bottom. As indicated on page 194 of the Final Lunar Surface Procedures document, the LRV Aft Pallet was stowed to the left of the Payload Pallet.
AS16-107-17436-37 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.0 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17437 (OF300) ( 165k or 860k )
Rightward of 17436, centered on the Rover.
AS16-107-17437-38 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.6 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17438 (OF300) ( 133k or 739k )
Rightward of 17437, showing Rover and Flag. John is beyond the Rover.
AS16-107-17438-39 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17439 (OF300) ( 108k or 667k )
Rightward of 17438, centered on the flag.
AS16-107-17439-40 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.0 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph by Eric Jones.
AS16-107-17440 (OF300) ( 83k or 604k )
Rightward of 17439, ending Charlie's EVA-2 LM pan, showing the flag and SWC.
AS16-107-17441 (OF300) ( 321k or 1502k )
143:15:05 Cross-Sun of the Cosmic Ray experiment, which is sitting in the minus-Y footpad. The fuel cask is beyond the strut on the side of the Descent Stage and the dome and Dome Removal Tool is under the LM farther back.
AS16-107-17442 (OF300) ( 250k or 1095k )
Up-Sun of the Cosmic Ray experiment.


John Young takes the camera from Charlie, who is using the 500-mm lensed Hasselblad.


AS16-107-17443 (OF300) ( 280k or 1195k )

144:17:19 Cross-Sun "before" from the southwest of John's first Station 4 sample.
AS16-107-17444 (OF300) ( 265k or 1090k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17443. John will collect the rock which is casting a shadow on the gray-scale gnomon leg.
AS16-107-17445 (OF300) ( 277k or 1221k )
144:16:27John's down-Sun "before" of the first Station 4 sample site. Charlie is in the background at the Rover. Note the sizable pieces of rock that John ran over as he maneuvered into their parking spot. The Rover chassis clearance is about 14 inches (35 cm).
AS16-107-17446 (OF300) ( 228k or 1069k )
144:16:27 "Locator" to the Rover from John's first Station 4 sample site. Charlie is still at the Rover. Note the spray of dirt propelled toward us by backward motion of Charlie's left heel. Note, also, the large rock at the lower right that John drove over just before stopping the Rover. The Rover chassis clearance is about 14 inches (35 cm). A detail shows the tool harness (or carrier) that is used to secure the SCB to Charlie's PLSS
AS16-107-17447 (OF300) ( 312k or 1408k )
Cross-Sun "after" from the southwest of John's first Station 4 sample.
AS16-107-17448 (OF300) ( 291k or 1364k )
144:20:26 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the Station 4 rake sample site.
AS16-107-17449 (OF300) ( 312k or 1436k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17448.
AS16-107-17450 (OF300) ( 279k or 1224k )
144:22:54 Cross-Sun "after" of the Station 4 rake sample site.
AS16-107-17451 (OF300) ( 255k or 1128k )
144:25:57 Cross-Sun "before" of John's angular rock.
AS16-107-17452 (OF300) ( 278k or 1197k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17451.
AS16-107-17453 (OF300) ( 216k or 983k )
Down-Sun "before" of John's angular rock.
AS16-107-17454 (OF300) ( 181k or 892k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17453.
AS16-107-17455 (OF300) ( 271k or 1122k )
144:29:08 Cross-Sun "before" of the glass spatter.
AS16-107-17456 (OF300) ( 309k or 1305k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17455. He has stuck his tongs in the soil.
AS16-107-17457 (OF300) ( 267k or 1154k )
144:32:25 "After" of the samples John took near the big rock.
AS16-107-17458 (OF300) ( 221k or 938k )
144:35:31 Cross-Sun "after" of John's Station 4 trench.
AS16-107-17459 (OF300) ( 209k or 898k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17458.
AS16-107-17460 (OF300) ( 221k or 970k )
Post-sampling pictures of John's Station 4 trench.
AS16-107-17461 (OF300) ( 226k or 975k )
Stereo companion to 17460.
AS16-107-17462 (OF300) ( 274k or 1130k )
144:38:44 Post-sampling up-Sun of John's Station 4 trench.
AS16-107-17463 (OF300) ( 143k or 721k )
144:44:57 Down-Sun of John's soil sampling site on the rim of the Station 4 crater.
AS16-107-17464 (OF300) ( 153k or 709k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17463. Note that his has brought an SCB up from the Rover and has placed it on the ground so that he can put individual sample bags into it and free his hands. At various times during the mission, both he and Charlie commented on the need for a handle that would stick up, as on some grocery sacks. Note, also, the core tubes stowed in pockets in the SCB.
AS16-107-17465 (OF300) ( 270k or 1161k )
Cross-Sun "after" from the southwest of the soil sample at the rim of the Station 4 crater. Note that the scoop has moved since John took the "befores".
AS16-107-17466 (OF300) ( 275k or 1160k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17465.
AS16-107-17467 (OF300) ( 114k or 673k )
144:48:00 John started a pan from the rim of the Station 4 crater with this down-Sun of the near surface.
AS16-107-17468 (OF300) ( 81k or 567k )
Down-Sun showing Baby Ray Crater at the right and South Ray Crater at the left.
AS16-107-17469 (OF300) ( 149k or 758k )
Rightward of 17468.
AS16-107-17470 (OF300) ( 164k or 826k )
Rightward of 17469.
AS16-107-17471 (OF300) ( 186k or 911k )
Rightward of 17470, showing North Ray Crater at the right. Note the inbound Rover tracks coming up hill from bottom center and going out of frame at the right.
AS16-107-17472 (OF300) ( 200k or 961k )
Rightward of 17471, showing the Rover at Station 4.
AS16-107-17473 (OF300) ( 189k or 866k )
Rightward of 17472.
AS16-107-17474 (OF300) ( 201k or 883k )
Rightward of 17473, showing the Rover at the left side. The SCB that John brought with him to hold individual sample bags is in the foreground. Charlie is at the back of the Rover. Note the footprints that John made as he made his way up to the Station 4 crater.
AS16-107-17475 (OF300) ( 220k or 934k )
Rightward of 17474.
AS16-107-17476 (OF300) ( 242k or 1047k )
Rightward of 17475.
AS16-107-17477 (OF300) ( 253k or 1180k )
Rightward of 17476, showing a large amount of debris uphill of John's sampling location at the Station 4 crater.
AS16-107-17478 (OF300) ( 227k or 1179k )
Rightward of 17477, showing the Station 4 crater. Note that there is very little debris on the western (right) side of the crater. As John recognized in the field, this crater was almost certainly formed by a large piece of highly-shocked ejecta from South Ray Crater which plowed into the side of Stone Mountain at relatively low velocity and came apart. Hence, this is a secondary crater.
AS16-107-17479 (OF300) ( 195k or 1058k )
Rightward of 17478.
AS16-107-17480 (OF300) ( 249k or 1050k )
John aimed his camera down in order to get this picture of the mound of debris in the bottom of the Station 4 crater.
AS16-107-17481 (OF300) ( 229k or 952k )
John turned to his left to get more complete coverage of the debris mound at the bottom of the Station 4 crater.
AS16-107-17482 (OF300) ( 123k or 646k )
Lightstruck.
AS16-107-17483 (OF300) ( 178k or 873k )
John continues his clockwise pan.
AS16-107-17484 (OF300) ( 215k or 1272k )
Rightward of 17483.
AS16-107-17485 (OF300) ( 159k or 918k )
Rightward of 17484.
AS16-107-17486 (OF300) ( 159k or 855k )
Rightward of 17485.
AS16-107-17487 (OF300) ( 141k or 765k )
Rightward of 17486.
AS16-107-17488 (OF300) ( 102k or 627k )
Rightward of 17487, showing South Ray Crater at the right.
AS16-107-17489 (OF300) ( 82k or 550k )
Rightward of 17488, showing South Ray Crater and ending John's pan at the rim of the Station 4 Crater.
AS16-107-17490 (OF300) ( 277k or 1138k )
144:54:19 Cross-Sun "after" of the rake sample site at the rim of the Station 4 crater. Note that John seems not to have moved either the gnomon or the SCB.
AS16-107-17491 (OF300) ( 322k or 1393k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17490.
AS16-107-17492 (OF300) ( 271k or 1151k )
145:18:00 Cross-Sun "before" of the Station 5 rake sample site.
AS16-107-17493 (OF300) ( 235k or 1019k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17492.
AS16-107-17494 (OF300) ( 230k or 967k )
AS16-107-17495 (OF300) ( 219k or 916k )
AS16-107-17496 (OF300) ( 184k or 794k )
145:22:19 They have re-positioned the gnomon and John takes this cross-Sun "before".
AS16-107-17497 (OF300) ( 184k or 818k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17496. Charlie is in the background.
AS16-107-17498 (OF300) ( 205k or 896k )
Cross-Sun "after" of the Station 5 rake site.
AS16-107-17499 (OF300) ( 163k or 740k )
Stereo companion to 17498.
AS16-107-17500 (OF300) ( 258k or 1146k )
145:28:19 In this cross-Sun photo of the Station 5 rake site, we can see the letters "MP" on the side of Charlie's camera.
AS16-107-17501 (OF300) ( 257k or 1120k )
Charlie may to be using the rake to pick up a rock sample.
AS16-107-17502 (OF300) ( 264k or 1163k )
Similar to 17501.
AS16-107-17503 (OF300) ( 230k or 1005k )
145:33:34 They have moved the gnomon. Charlie is kneeling into the slope to get the rock that was just southeast of the gnomon leg. This is the same spot shown in Charlie's photo AS16-110-18023.
AS16-107-17504 (OF300) ( 321k or 1439k )
"After" of Charlie's raking site at Station 5.
AS16-107-17505 (OF300) ( 310k or 1342k )
"After" of Charlie's raking site at Station 5.
AS16-107-17506 (OF300) ( 331k or 1521k )
In this "after" of Charlie's Station 5 rake site, note that the rake marks in this picture were made after John took 17505. These marks may be just incidental marks made as Charlie moved the rake without lifting it completely off the ground.
AS16-107-17507 (OF300) ( 297k or 1242k )
Stereo companion to 17506.
AS16-107-17508 (OF300) ( 300k or 1280k )
Station 5 rake site.
AS16-107-17509 (OF300) ( 257k or 1085k )
Station 5 rake site.
AS16-107-17510 (OF300) ( 120k or 623k )
145:46:03 John took this "locator" for the Magnetometer at Station 5 at the back of the Rover. John did not aim his camera high enough to actually show the instrument.
AS16-107-17511 (OF300) ( 153k or 691k )
Magnetometer "locator" at Station 5 taken across the Rover seats.
AS16-107-17512 (OF300) ( 251k or 1062k )
146:13:36 Cross-Sun from the north of the first Station 6 sample.
AS16-107-17513 (OF300) ( 210k or 892k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17512.
AS16-107-17514 (OF300) ( 206k or 897k )
146:14:37 Cross-Sun "after" of the first Station 6 sample.
AS16-107-17515 (OF300) ( 233k or 983k )
They collected a second sample at the same spot, and this is John's "after" from that sample.
AS16-107-17516 (OF300) ( 228k or 975k )
146:16:28 After collecting a soil sample at this first Station 6 sample location, John took this cross-Sun "after". Note that the scoop is lying on the ground.
AS16-107-17517 (OF300) ( 195k or 862k )
146:16:36 Stereo companion to 17516. In Charlie's shadow, we can see that he is closing the sample bag that contains the soil sample collected at the first Station 6 sampling location. Note that John has picked up the scoop.
AS16-107-17518 (OF300) ( 226k or 1005k )
146:18:02 Cross-Sun "before" from the north of the white soil at Station 6.
AS16-107-17519 (OF300) ( 277k or 1283k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17518.
AS16-107-17520 (OF300) ( 205k or 910k )
146:19:27 Nearly straight-down "after" of the white soil sample site at Station 6.
AS16-107-17521 (OF300) ( 261k or 1125k )
146:20:24 Cross-Sun from the north of the third Station 6 sample site.
AS16-107-17522 (OF300) ( 251k or 1123k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17521.
AS16-107-17523 (OF300) ( 241k or 1043k )
146:22:40 Cross-Sun "after" from the southwest of third Station 6 sample site. The piece that John broke off the rock with the hammer is lying on the surface at right center. It came off the shallow trough at the top of the far side of the rock. This is sample 66095, a 1.2 kilogram igneous rock.
AS16-107-17524 (OF300) ( 268k or 1208k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17523. The fragment that John broke off the rock in still lying on the surface at left center.
AS16-107-17525 (OF300) ( 219k or 986k )
Up-Sun "after" of the rock at the third Station 6 sample site, with the rock nicely framed by the scoop and tongs.
AS16-107-17526 (OF300) ( 201k or 859k )
John backed up to take this cross-Sun "after" of the third Station 6 sample site. The Rover is in the background.
AS16-107-17527 (OF300) ( 242k or 1024k )
John planted the tongs in the ground to provide a scale in this cross-Sun "before" from the north of the Station 8 rake site.
AS16-107-17528 (OF300) ( 268k or 1163k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17527.
AS16-107-17529 (OF300) ( 101k or 566k )
146:49:12 Down-Sun "locator" of the Station 8 rake site. Charlie is in the background and seems to be looking at his camera as he takes either AS16-108-17682 or 17683. The Rover is at the right.
AS16-107-17530 (OF300) ( 121k or 697k )
Down-Sun "before" of the Station 8 rake site.
AS16-107-17531 (OF300) ( 220k or 1145k )
146:53:53 "After" of the Station 8 rake site.
AS16-107-17532 (OF300) ( 294k or 1475k )
146:56:13 In this down-Sun, note the blue tint of the piece of black glass that John found near the Station 8 rake site.
AS16-107-17533 (OF300) ( 264k or 1129k )
Cross-Sun from the south of the piece of black glass John found near the Station 8 rake site. Note the raked area at the top of the image.
AS16-107-17534 (OF300) ( 248k or 1058k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17533.
AS16-107-17535 (OF300) ( 268k or 1181k )
The piece of black glass is about 1/4 of the way up the right edge of the image. The rake swaths are at the upper center.
AS16-107-17536 (OF300) ( 250k or 1128k )
"After" of the Station 8 rake site.
AS16-107-17537 (OF300) ( 209k or 936k )
"After" of the Station 8 rake site, showing Charlie at the back of the Rover with the double core.
AS16-107-17538 (OF300) ( 199k or 868k )
John joined Charlie at the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17539 (OF300) ( 243k or 1078k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17538.
AS16-107-17540 (OF300) ( 243k or 1119k )
John raised his aim to get this picture of the top of the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17541 (OF300) ( 252k or 1035k )
147:12:21 John stepped around to the sunlit side of the large Station 8 boulder. The scoop is resting on the fillet at the base of the rock. Fillets are composed of ejecta from nearby - or distant - impacts that splashed on the side of the rock and fell down onto the rising skirt of dirt. This is one of the best Apollo fillet photos.
AS16-107-17542 (OF300) ( 294k or 1249k )
Fillet at the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17543 (OF300) ( 292k or 1209k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17542.
AS16-107-17544 (OF300) ( 277k or 1143k )
147:12:29 "After" of the scoop sample from the fillet at the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17545 (OF300) ( 235k or 986k )
"After" of the scoop sample from the fillet at the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17546 (OF300) ( 218k or 943k )
"After" of the scoop sample from the fillet at the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17547 (OF300) ( 264k or 1138k )
147:15:40 "After" of the fist-sized sample John broke off the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-107-17548 (OF300) ( 278k or 1233k )
147:16:47 Cross-Sun "before" from the north of the crystalline rock at Station 8.
AS16-107-17549 (OF300) ( 274k or 1224k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17548.
AS16-107-17550 (OF300) ( 205k or 881k )
147:19:25 "After" of the crystalline rock at Station 8.
AS16-107-17551 (OF300) ( 255k or 1135k )
Cross-Sun from the southwest of the Station 8 boulder they will try to overturn.
AS16-107-17552 (OF300) ( 271k or 1235k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17551.
AS16-107-17553 (OF300) ( 153k or 703k )
147:27:52 "After" of the chip sample taken off the Station 8 boulder they are going to try to overturn.
AS16-107-17554 (OF300) ( 175k or 773k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17553.
AS16-107-17555 (OF300) ( 220k or 988k )
147:30:26 Cross-Sun from the south of the reference soil sample.
AS16-107-17556 (OF300) ( 282k or 1390k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17555.
AS16-107-17557 (OF300) ( 274k or 1294k )
147:31:51 "After" of the reference soil sample.
AS16-107-17558 (OF300) ( 289k or 1303k )
148:05:02 Cross-Sun from the southwest of the "sneak" boulder. This picture shows the imprint of the sampling device.
AS16-107-17559 (OF300) ( 280k or 1276k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17558.
AS16-107-17560 (OF300) ( 196k or 983k )
John stepped back to get this "locator" of the "sneak" boulder at Station 9.
AS16-107-17561 (OF300) ( 217k or 941k )
148:06:24 Charlie has done a skim sample in the shadow of this rock. Previously, John used the Contact Soil Sampler at this location and made the two imprints visible on either side of the shadow edge at the center of the image. An enhanced detail gives us a view into the shadow. The sunlit imprint appears to have been made by the Beta cloth sample pad and the shadowed imprint by the velvet cloth sample pad.
AS16-107-17562 (OF300) ( 177k or 779k )
148:06:24 John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17561. An enhanced detail gives us a view into the shadow.
AS16-107-17563 (OF300) ( 193k or 821k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17562. Charlie is preparing to get a deep soil sample.
AS16-107-17564 (OF300) ( 258k or 1119k )
148:07:52 "After" of the deep sample.
AS16-107-17565 (OF300) ( 280k or 1231k )
Stereo companion to 17564.
AS16-107-17566 (OF300) ( 236k or 1044k )
John moved around to the northeast side of the Station 9 boulder.
AS16-107-17567 (OF300) ( 234k or 1022k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17566.
AS16-107-17568 (OF300) ( 301k or 1351k )
John has moved around to the north side of the Station 9 boulder.
AS16-107-17569 (OF300) ( 255k or 1092k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17568.
AS16-107-17570 (OF300) ( 219k or 965k )
John has moved around to the east side of the Station 9 boulder.
AS16-107-17571 (OF300) ( 182k or 846k )
John raised his aim to take this picture across the top of the Station 9 boulder.
AS16-107-17572 (OF300) ( 214k or 934k )
148:12:58 Cross-Sun "after" from the southwest across the top of the Station 9 boulder, showing John's chip sample.
AS16-107-17573 (OF300) ( 295k or 1277k )
148:14:17 Cross-Sun "after" of the tipped boulder at Station 9.
AS16-107-17574 (OF300) ( 310k or 1334k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17573.
AS16-107-17575 (OF300) ( 177k or 809k )
Down-Sun of the tipped boulder. Note that, because of the low Sun angle, it is all but impossible to pick out the boulder imprint in this down-Sun.
AS16-107-17576 (OF300) ( 145k or 768k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17575.
AS16-107-17577 (OF300) ( 199k or 897k )
148:16:06 Cross-Sun from the south of the tipped boulder, taken after they collected the sample of soil that had been under the rock. John has placed the hammer on top of the rock.
AS16-107-17578 (OF300) ( 156k or 751k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17577.
AS16-107-17579 (OF300) ( 170k or 786k )
148:18:45 In this "after" photograph of the sample John chipped off the tipped boulder, Charlie is pointing to the place from which John removed the chip.
AS16-107-17580 (OF300) ( 133k or 654k )
John stepped to his right to get this sunstruck stereo companion to 17579. This sample is 69955, a 76 gram piece of anorthosite, a type of crystalline rock as the crew recognized in the field.
AS16-107-17581 (OF300) ( 175k or 771k )
148:24:47 John took this excellent picture of the front of the Rover before changing film magazines. It shows the dustbrush, the closed battery covers, the uncovered LCRU mirrors, and the TV, which is pointed at John.
AS16-107-17582 (OF300) ( 118k or 561k )
Lightstruck.
AS16-107-17583 (OF300) ( 168k or 758k )
Lightstruck.


Magazine 108/I (B&W) Frames 17584-17745

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-2, from Station 5 to Station 8.


AS16-108-17584 (OF300) ( 134k or 1202k )
145:54:42 Charlie exposed this partial frame after changing film magazines at the end of the Station 5 stop. It shows part of the footpan under the console.
AS16-108-17585 (OF300) ( 133k or 882k )
145:58:40 Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Note that, during this first part of the drive, John is following his outbound Rover tracks and is driving slightly north of west.
AS16-108-17586 (OF300) ( 162k or 1050k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Some of the rocks to the left and just below center in 17585 can be seen just to the right and above center in this frame.
AS16-108-17587 (OF300) ( 115k or 708k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. John has turned to a more northerly heading. Ravine Crater is just above the mirrored surface on the top of the TV camera. Because of motion-induced blurring, even the high-resolution scan isn't quite good enough to show House Rock.
AS16-108-17588 (OF300) ( 147k or 897k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Rocks in the middle distance on the far left are visible on the far right in 17589.
AS16-108-17589 (OF300) ( 147k or 967k )
146:01:26 Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. This photo may show some of the angular blocks described in the dialog.
AS16-108-17590 (OF300) ( 141k or 993k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. The tall, relatively large rock above the TV camera is also above the TV camera - albeit farther way - in 17589. The rock is sitting just inside the northeast rim of a crater.
AS16-108-17591 (OF300) ( 118k or 828k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. The group of rocks above and to the left of the TV camera can also be seen in 17590.
AS16-108-17592 (OF300) ( 143k or 964k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. As can be seen in a high-contrast detail ( 568k the outbound Rover tracks closely skirt the near side of the crater. As indicated at the lower left in the detail, the righthand wheels dropped into a small, deep crater that probably gave them a solid 'thump'.
AS16-108-17593 (OF300) ( 145k or 911k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Some overlap between the extreme left of 17593 with the extreme right edge of 17592. Ravine Crater is on the flank of Smoky Mountain on the right.
AS16-108-17594 (OF300) ( 127k or 886k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. The large boulder above the TV camera sunshield is in the distance above the camera in 17592.
AS16-108-17595 (OF300) ( 114k or 754k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. No obvious rocks in common with 17594. The white spot in the distance is probably the result of a speck on the scanned film.
AS16-108-17596 (OF300) ( 119k or 823k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. The rocks above the righthand side of the TV camera can be seen in 17595.
AS16-108-17597 (OF300) ( 131k or 852k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Some rocks in the middle distance can also be identified in 17596.
AS16-108-17598 (OF300) ( 106k or 700k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Some overlap on the left with 17597. Smoky Mountain is in the distance on the right.
AS16-108-17599 (OF300) ( 132k or 910k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. John has begun a turn to the left.
AS16-108-17600 (OF300) ( 108k or 854k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. John continues to turn left. There is no overlap with 17599.
AS16-108-17601 (OF300) ( 115k or 899k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. John is on the same westerly heading he had when Charlie took 17600. The large rock directly above the TV camera can be seen both frames.
AS16-108-17602 (OF300) ( 96k or 746k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Similar heading to 17601.
AS16-108-17603 (OF300) ( 109k or 820k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. Similar heading to 17602.
AS16-108-17604 (OF300) ( 118k or 888k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. The rocks just over the TV lens shade can be seen over the TV radiator mirror in 17603.
AS16-108-17605 (OF300) ( 111k or 815k )
Traverse from Station 5 to Station 6. The relatively large, light-colored rock in the middle distance over the TV camera mirror is over the lens shade in 17604.
AS16-108-17606 (OF300) ( 124k or 994k )
146:11:10 Charlie started a Station 6 pan with this down-Sun. Although this picture looks very much like one of the traverse photos, the absence of the TV camera in the image is a good clue that Charlie is no longer on the Rover.
AS16-108-17607 (OF300) ( 131k or 1055k )
Rightward of 17606.
AS16-108-17608 (OF300) ( 137k or 1059k )
Rightward of 17607.
AS16-108-17609 (OF300) ( 158k or 1085k )
Rightward of 17608.
AS16-108-17610 (OF300) ( 171k or 1110k )
Rightward of 17609.
AS16-108-17611 (OF300) ( 195k or 1167k )
Rightward of 17610. Smoky Mountain is on the left.
AS16-108-17612 (OF300) ( 203k or 1175k )
Rightward of 17611. Smoky Mountain and Ravine Crater. In a detail, Don McMillan has labelled both the LM and House Rock.
AS16-108-17613 (OF300) ( 188k or 1146k )
Rightward of 17612. Centered on Ravine Crater and Smoky Mountain.
AS16-108-17614 (OF300) ( 199k or 1194k )
Rightward of 17613.
AS16-108-17615 (OF300) ( 202k or 1222k )
Rightward of 17614.
AS16-108-17616 (OF300) ( 203k or 1292k )
Rightward of 17615, showing some of the Rover tracks John made as he maneuvered into the Station 6 parking place.
AS16-108-17617 (OF300) ( 212k or 1305k )
Rightward of 17616, up-Sun.
AS16-108-17618 (OF300) ( 187k or 1144k )
Rightward of 17617.
AS16-108-17619 (OF300) ( 199k or 1211k )
Rightward of 17618.
AS16-108-17620 (OF300) ( 182k or 935k )
Rightward of 17619, showing the left side of the Rover.
AS16-108-17621 (OF300) ( 173k or 890k )
Rightward of 17620, showing John at the back of the Rover, possibly as he gives Houston a reading of his oxygen gauge.
AS16-108-17622 ( 158k or 822k )
146:11:10. This frame from Charlie's Station 6 pan shows John at the back of the Rover, possibly reading his oxygen gauge for Houston.
AS16-108-17623 (OF300) ( 143k or 780k )
Rightward of 17622.
AS16-108-17624 (OF300) ( 150k or 962k )
Rightward of 17623, showing part of the shallow crater they will work in Station 6.
AS16-108-17625 (OF300) ( 130k or 976k )
Rightward of 17624.
AS16-108-17626 (OF300) ( 122k or 991k )
Rightward of 17625, ending Charlie's Station 6 pan.
AS16-108-17627 (OF300) ( 152k or 1059k )
146:13:36 Down-Sun of the first Station 6 sample. Because the gnomon is broken, they have stuck the scoop in the ground to give a length scale and a shadow orientation.
AS16-108-17628 (OF300) ( 162k or 1113k )
146:18:02 Down-Sun "before" of the white soil at Station 6.
AS16-108-17629 ( 195k or 1188k )
146:18:18 "Locator" to the Rover from the white soil location at Station 6. John is using the scoop to collect a sample. The tongs are in the foreground.
AS16-108-17630 (OF300) ( 173k or 1195k )
146:20:24 Down-Sun "before" of the third Station 6 sample site.
AS16-108-17631 ( 214k or 1256k )
146:20:41 "Locator" to the Rover from the "rounded" rock location at Station 6. John is taking a cross-Sun stereopair, AS16-107- 17521 and 17522. He appears to be air-borne.
AS16-108-17632 ( 273k or 1326k )
146:22:40 Charlie's cross-Sun "after" from the north of the third Station 6 sample location. The tongs have been stuck in the soil beyond the rock and the scoop handle is in the foreground.
AS16-108-17633 (OF300) ( 294k or 1417k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17622.


Charlie takes the next set of pictures during the drive from Station 6 to Station 8. As mentioned in the transcript starting at 146:26:40, Charlie fell the first time he tried to get in his Rover seat. John examined his camera lens, which proved to be dusty, but they decided to wait till they got to Station 8 before applying the dust brush.


AS16-108-17634 (OF300) ( 105k or 827k )

146:29:22 Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17635 (OF300) ( 120k or 939k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17636 (OF300) ( 116k or 928k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17637 (OF300) ( 127k or 967k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17638 (OF300) ( 96k or 769k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17639 (OF300) ( 110k or 820k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17640 (OF300) ( 93k or 758k )
146:33:37 Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8. Note that they are climbing to the top of a ridge.
AS16-108-17641 (OF300) ( 109k or 863k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17642 (OF300) ( 100k or 745k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17643 (OF300) ( 101k or 756k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17644 (OF300) ( 95k or 735k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17645 (OF300) ( 87k or 705k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8. They seem to have reached the top of the ridge and are headed northwest.
AS16-108-17646 (OF300) ( 110k or 862k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17647 (OF300) ( 111k or 860k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17648 (OF300) ( 108k or 816k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17649 (OF300) ( 113k or 835k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17650 (OF300) ( 120k or 801k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17651 (OF300) ( 119k or 838k )
146:35:02 Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8. They have turned toward the southwest.
AS16-108-17652 (OF300) ( 120k or 815k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17653 (OF300) ( 97k or 748k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17654 (OF300) ( 109k or 771k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17655 (OF300) ( 117k or 912k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17656 (OF300) ( 103k or 799k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17657 (OF300) ( 116k or 844k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17658 (OF300) ( 117k or 866k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17659 (OF300) ( 104k or 768k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8. Note the large rock near the horizon at the left.
AS16-108-17660 (OF300) ( 96k or 777k )
146:38:10 Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8. They are approaching the big boulders mentioned in the dialog. The large rock on the horizon at the right is the one noted in 17659.
AS16-108-17661 (OF300) ( 117k or 908k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.
AS16-108-17662 (OF300) ( 102k or 781k )
Traverse from Station 6 to Station 8.


At about 1464238, shortly after they arrived at Station 8, John dusted Charlie's camera lens.


AS16-108-17663 (OF300) ( 127k or 1023k )

146:42:25 Charlie starts a Station 8 pan with this down-Sun.
AS16-108-17664 (OF300) ( 134k or 1016k )
Rightward of 17663.
AS16-108-17665 (OF300) ( 147k or 1010k )
Rightward of 17664.
AS16-108-17666 (OF300) ( 166k or 1037k )
Rightward of 17665. The crater just above the central fiducial may have produced some of the smaller debris at this site.
AS16-108-17667 (OF300) ( 191k or 1136k )
Rightward of 17666.
AS16-108-17668 (OF300) ( 215k or 1208k )
Rightward of 17667. Showing most of the Station 8 Crater. Smoky Mountain is in the distance.
AS16-108-17669 (OF300) ( 182k or 1017k )
Rightward of 17668, showing the back of the Rover. Note the Rover tracks coming into the crater over the far rim.
AS16-108-17670 ( 167k or 923k )
146:43:51 Charlie's Station 8 pan, rightward of 17669, showing John aligning the high gain antenna.
AS16-108-17671 (OF300) ( 185k or 1052k )
Rightward of 17670, showing John as he aligns the high-gain antenna.
AS16-108-17672 (OF300) ( 222k or 1310k )
Rightward of 17671, up-Sun showing the inbound Rover tracks crossing the image at center.
AS16-108-17673 (OF300) ( 235k or 1357k )
Rightward of 17672.
AS16-108-17674 (OF300) ( 241k or 1366k )
Rightward of 17673.
AS16-108-17675 (OF300) ( 252k or 1430k )
Rightward of 17674, with Stone Mountain in the background.
AS16-108-17676 (OF300) ( 242k or 1440k )
Rightward of 17675, showing the large Station 8 boulder and, beyond it, Crown Crater near the apparent summit of Stone Mountain.
AS16-108-17677 (OF300) ( 180k or 1164k )
Rightward of 17676. Note that the base of Stone Mountain is hidden by the intervening ridge.
AS16-108-17678 (OF300) ( 181k or 1136k )
Rightward of 17677.
AS16-108-17679 (OF300) ( 141k or 999k )
Rightward of 17678. View to the south but with the intervening ridge hiding all the distant features.
AS16-108-17680 (OF300) ( 136k or 1043k )
Rightward of 17679.
AS16-108-17681 (OF300) ( 129k or 1013k )
146:43:51 Rightward of 17680, ending Charlie's Station 8 pan.
AS16-108-17682 (OF300) ( 268k or 1431k )
146:48:58 Cross-Sun from the north of the Station 8 double core.
AS16-108-17683 (OF300) ( 298k or 1536k )
146:48:58 Stereo companion to 17682.
AS16-108-17684 (OF300) ( 287k or 1484k )
146:51:58 Cross-Sun from the north of the double core after Charlie decides to relocate it, having hit a subsurface rock during his first attempt.
AS16-108-17685 (OF300) ( 309k or 1562k )
146:51:58 Stereo companion to 17684.
AS16-108-17686 (OF300) ( 328k or 1612k )
146:54:58 Charlie took this picture from virtually the same spot as 17685 but, in between, he went around to the south side of the core tube and hammered it into the ground. Although the foreground rock patterns have been obliterated by Charlie's feet, the background patterns are identical in the two pictures.
AS16-108-17687 (OF300) ( 186k or 1239k )
147:08:01 Cross-Sun toward the southwest of the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-108-17688 (OF300) ( 181k or 1270k )
Charlie stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17687.
AS16-108-17689 (OF300) ( 190k or 1216k )
Charlie stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17688.
AS16-108-17690 (OF300) ( 213k or 1302k )
Charlie stepped back to his right to get this stereo companion to 17689.
AS16-108-17691 (OF300) ( 203k or 1333k )
Charlie moved in closer to the large Station 8 boulder. Some of the light-colored clasts in this breccia are evident even in the lower-resolution version.
AS16-108-17692 (OF300) ( 192k or 1292k )
Charlie stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17691.
AS16-108-17693 (OF300) ( 229k or 1377k )
147:10:45 Charlie used his tongs to get the proper distance for this close-up of the large Station 8 boulder.
AS16-108-17694 (OF300) ( 237k or 1396k )
Charlie moved to his right to get this stereo companion to 17693.
AS16-108-17695 (OF300) ( 269k or 1459k )
147:10:54 Charlie has re-positioned the tongs and takes the first frame of another stereopair.
AS16-108-17696 (OF300) ( 229k or 1344k )
Charlie stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 17695.
AS16-108-17697 (OF300) ( 190k or 1216k )
147:16:47 This is Charlie's down-Sun of the crystalline rock at Station 8. John is moving in to chip a piece off the top before they attempt to turn the rock over.
AS16-108-17698 (OF300) ( 265k or 1264k )
147:18:38 This is Charlie's cross-Sun "after" of the first sample taken from the Station 8 crystalline rock.
AS16-108-17699 (OF300) ( 226k or 1265k )
147:22:18 This photo is the first of a cross-Sun stereopair of "befores" of the 1.5m boulder with a well-developed fillet. Note that John has the hammer is his right shin pocket.
AS16-108-17700 (OF300) ( 217k or 1193k )
Charlie has stepped to his right to get a stereo companion to 17699. John is getting into position to take a stereopair, AS16-107-17551 and 17552.
AS16-108-17701 ( 254k or 1340k )
This is Charlie's cross-Sun "after" of the fillet sample collected at the base of the boulder at 147:24:37. The mark made by the scoop is just to the left of the scoop, which they planted in the dirt in place of the broken gnomon. While Charlie takes the picture, John tries to knock a chip off the top of the rock.
AS16-108-17702 (OF300) ( 158k or 1120k )
147:30:26 Charlie's down-Sun "before" of the area from which they will collect the reference soil sample. As Charlie notes in the dialog, this photo also serves as a "locator".
AS16-108-17703 (OF300) ( 137k or 825k )
147:48:15 Charlie's first traverse photo shows footprints and Rover tracks at Station 8. Smoky Mountain is in the distance.
AS16-108-17704 (OF300) ( 133k or 822k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17705 (OF300) ( 129k or 796k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17706 (OF300) ( 150k or 907k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17707 (OF300) ( 124k or 753k )
147:49:10 These are probably some of the meter-sized boulders Charlie mentions in the dialog. Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17708 (OF300) ( 133k or 796k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17709 (OF300) ( 137k or 802k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17710 (OF300) ( 154k or 906k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17711 (OF300) ( 153k or 915k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17712 (OF300) ( 137k or 887k )
Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9.
AS16-108-17713 (OF300) ( 88k or 582k )
147:51:46 Traverse from Station 8 to Station 9. This is the last frame Charlie took during the drive to Station 9 and he may have taken it as John was coming out of the crater mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-108-17714 (OF300) ( 144k or 1119k )
147:56:45 This is the down-Sun, initial frame of Charlie's Station 9 pan.
AS16-108-17715 (OF300) ( 109k or 906k )
Charlie raised his aim slightly.
AS16-108-17716 (OF300) ( 137k or 1103k )
Rightward of 17715.
AS16-108-17717 (OF300) ( 149k or 1141k )
Rightward of 17716. Note the Rover tracks at the bottom of the image.
AS16-108-17718 (OF300) ( 152k or 1115k )
Rightward of 17717.
AS16-108-17719 (OF300) ( 165k or 1126k )
Rightward of 17718.
AS16-108-17720 (OF300) ( 163k or 1100k )
Rightward of 17719. Note the deeper impression made by the Rover wheel in the soft rim of a small crater.
AS16-108-17721 (OF300) ( 187k or 1147k )
Rightward of 17720.
AS16-108-17722 (OF300) ( 197k or 1161k )
Rightward of 17721.
AS16-108-17723 (OF300) ( 211k or 1200k )
Rightward of 17722.
AS16-108-17724 (OF300) ( 192k or 1167k )
Rightward of 17723. Smoky Mountain is on the horizon above center.
AS16-108-17725 (OF300) ( 178k or 1132k )
Rightward of 17724.
AS16-108-17726 (OF300) ( 185k or 1136k )
Rightward of 17725.
AS16-108-17727 (OF300) ( 165k or 1027k )
Rightward of 17726, showing a side view the aft portion of the Rover.
AS16-108-17728 (OF300) ( 155k or 928k )
Rightward of 17727. Up-Sun showing most of the Rover. The tracks John made as he maneuvered into his final parking place can be seen beyond the Rover at the left.
AS16-108-17729 (OF300) ( 141k or 916k )
Rightward of 17728, showing John dusting at the front of the Rover. The TV camera is pointing aft.
AS16-108-17730 ( 160k or 955k )
147:56:45 Charlie's Station 9 pan. Rightward of 17729, showing John with the dustbrush at the front of the Rover, probably just before he moves around to dust the TV lens. He has the hammer in the pocket on his right shin.
AS16-108-17731 (OF300) ( 158k or 994k )
Rightward of 17730, showing John at the front of the Rover. Stone Mountain is in the distance
AS16-108-17732 (OF300) ( 176k or 1105k )
Rightward of 17731, with part of John's shadow on the left and Rover tracks on the right.
AS16-108-17733 (OF300) ( 172k or 1086k )
Rightward of 17732. After approaching the site of Station 9 from the SSE (off camera to the right), John drove a clockwise circle - left-to-right in this image - around the place from which Charlie took this pan and, as can be seen in this image, made a left turn and then drove in a counter-clockwise direction - right-to-left in this image - outside the first set of tracks until he maneuvered into his final parking location.
AS16-108-17734 (OF300) ( 164k or 1071k )
Rightward of 17733. Stone Mountain is in the distance on the left.
AS16-108-17735 (OF300) ( 173k or 1133k )
Rightward of 17734.
AS16-108-17736 (OF300) ( 176k or 1186k )
Rightward of 17735. The inbound Rover tracks are on the right.
AS16-108-17737 (OF300) ( 152k or 1085k )
Rightward of 17736, looking down the inbound tracks.
AS16-108-17738 (OF300) ( 138k or 1061k )
Rightward of 17737.
AS16-108-17739 (OF300) ( 118k or 1005k )
Rightward of 17738. This is the last frame in Charlie's Station 9 pan.
AS16-108-17740 (OF300) ( 211k or 1339k )
148:05:13 Down-Sun "after" of the contact soil sample. The impressions John made with the sampler are just to the right of the scoop.
AS16-108-17741 ( 214k or 1165k )
148:05:20 Charlie's "locator" to the Rover of the Great Sneak sample site at Station 9. John is taking a cross-Sun stereopair, AS16-107-17558 and 17559.
AS16-108-17742 (OF300) ( 294k or 1529k )
148:11:31 Cross-Sun stereopair of the Station 9 core after Charlie pushed it into the ground by hand.
AS16-108-17743 (OF300) ( 220k or 1351k )
Stereo companion to 17742, partly sunstruck. Charlie stepped to his right between the frames.
AS16-108-17744 (OF300) ( 96k or 611k )
This exposure is first of two Charlie took to advance the film in this magazine before removing it from the camera. It shows the handcontroller.
AS16-108-17745 (OF300) ( 149k or 1560k )
Second film advance frame. Handcontroller, LMP seat. Badly sunstruck.


Magazine 109/G (B&W) Frames 17746-17864

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-1.


Calibration Chart (OF300) ( 108k or 980k ) AS16-109-17746 ( 83k or 859k )
122:49:27 Charlie took this picture to advance the film after loading the magazine prior to the traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17747 ( 78k or 555k )
122:58:46 Charlie took this picture, showing the view toward South Ray, shortly after climbing on the Rover for the first time, primarily to make sure that he would be able to take pictures during the drive. Although Jim Irwin took a few pictures from the Rover on one occasion when Dave Scott stopped to take a brief rest during the EVA-2 traverse to the Apennine Front, documentation of the Apollo 15 traverses was to have made with the 16-mm DAC movie camera. That effort was not successful and, for Apollo 16, Charlie will take pictures at regular intervals to supplement/backup the DAC. Charlie's traverse photography was so successful that the DAC was not used on the Apollo 17 Rover.
AS16-109-17748 ( 74k or 545k )
Traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17749 ( 71k or 540k )
Traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17750 ( 82k or 617k )
Traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17751 ( 83k or 622k )
Traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17752 ( 76k or 577k )
123:00:44 This may be the boulder that Charlie discusses at a point about 200 meters west of the LM.
AS16-109-17753 ( 74k or 577k )
Traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17754 ( 75k or 567k )
Traverse to Station 1.
AS16-109-17755 ( 84k or 634k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1. This photo gives a good indication of the small scale, local undulation of the terrain. The fact that we can see shadows of both helmets means that the Rover is pitched down considerably. This is one of only a few pictures of this kind in the Apollo collection.
AS16-109-17756 ( 87k or 608k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1, possibly showing the twin craters mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-109-17757 ( 100k or 642k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17758 ( 149k or 775k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1. John has turned north for a moment.
AS16-109-17759 ( 100k or 641k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17760 ( 87k or 560k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17761 ( 76k or 551k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17762 ( 101k or 657k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1. John has turned to the southwest. South Ray Crater is in the distance.
AS16-109-17763 ( 78k or 547k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17764 ( 100k or 630k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17765 ( 97k or 703k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1. They are on the rim of a large crater.
AS16-109-17766 ( 81k or 566k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17767 ( 74k or 520k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17768 ( 87k or 609k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17769 ( 149k or 798k )
123:18:46 Traverse photo taken on the way to Station 1. An examination of Figure 6-15 in the Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report indicates that this picture shows an unnamed crater immediately south of Halfway Crater. Note the tell-tale dimple crater in the south rim. Note, also, the footprints at the front of the Rover, a clear indication that they stopped so that one of them could get off and take a look at the crater.
AS16-109-17770 ( 99k or 642k )
123:18:46 John has begun to move the Rover forward and to the right, resuming the drive to Station 1. This photo has been combined with 17769 in strip form.
AS16-109-17771 ( 76k or 588k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17772 ( 83k or 609k )
Traverse photo on the way to Station 1.
AS16-109-17773 ( 75k or 584k )
123:20:27 Traverse photo on the way to Station 1, possibly showing the block ray field that Charlie mentions at this point in the dialog.
AS16-109-17774 ( 76k or 586k )
123:22:11 Traverse photo on the way to Station 1, showing ejecta from Plum and Flag craters over the top of the TV camera.
AS16-109-17775 ( 86k or 719k )
123:25:08 Charlie started a pan at Flag Crater with this down-Sun. Flag Crater is at the right.
AS16-109-17776 ( 91k or 752k )
Rightward of 17775.
AS16-109-17776-77 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17777 ( 91k or 730k )
Rightward of 17776.
AS16-109-17777-78 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.4 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17778 ( 116k or 786k )
Rightward of 17777, showing part of the shadow on the eastern wall of Flag Crater.
AS16-109-17778-79 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.4 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17779 ( 146k or 853k )
Rightward of 17778.
AS16-109-17779-80 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.9 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17780 ( 161k or 859k )
Rightward of 17779.
AS16-109-17780-81 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.4 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17781 ( 177k or 0.9 Mb )
Rightward of 17780, to the north, showing the east rim of Flag Crater.
AS16-109-17781-82 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.6 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17782 ( 196k or 1064k )
Rightward of 17781.
AS16-109-17782-83 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.8 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17783 ( 178k or 1015k )
Rightward of 17782.
AS16-109-17783-84 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.2 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17784 ( 173k or 1043k )
Rightward of 17783, showing an up-Sun view of a fairly shallow bowl-shaped crater with shadowing on its eastern wall. Note that this shadowing effect actually seems to be produced by overlapping shadows of small rocks on the rim and inner slope.
AS16-109-17784-85 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.0 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17785 ( 102k or 922k )
Rightward of 17784, Up-Sun with considerable Sun glare.
AS16-109-17786 ( 105k or 918k )
Rightward of 17785, Up-Sun with considerable Sun glare.
AS16-109-17787 ( 175k or 1060k )
Rightward of 17786, showing part of the Rover.
AS16-109-17787-88 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.6 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17788 ( 156k or 886k )
Rightward of 17787, showing John at the front of the Rover, leaning in to his right as he dusts.
AS16-109-17789 ( 183k or 950k )
123:25:08Charlie's first Station 1 pan, rightward of 17788. John has left the Rover and is coming over to join Charlie. The TV camera is pointed west. At the right side of the picture, we can see the east wall of Plum Crater with shadows from individual rocks. Big Muley ( 172k ) and a similarly-sized anonymous rock are labeled in a detail. Stone Mountain is in the background behind John.
AS16-109-17789-90 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.5 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17790 ( 143k or 803k )
123:25:08Charlie's first Station 1 pan, rightward of 17789, showing the east wall of Plum Crater and, in the distance, the white ejecta of South Ray Crater. Note the rounded crater on the far wall of Plum that has a deep shadow in it. At high-resolution, the images shows details of the South Ray rim profile.
AS16-109-17790-91 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17791 ( 115k or 779k )
123:25:08 Frame from Charlie's 1st Station 1 pan. Rightward of 17790. In the distance, we can see the raised rim of South Ray Crater. Note that the rim crest to rim crest distance is about one fiducial spacing. South Ray Crater is about 700 meters in diameter and is about 5.5 kilometers south of their present location at Flag Crater. On the far rim of Plum Crater, note the partially buried boulder, which John and Charlie will sample after they finish their work near the Rover. This is the boulder that Charlie mentions at 123:27:36.
AS16-109-17791-92 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17792 ( 93k or 740k )
123:25:08 Charlie's First Station 1 pan. Rightward of 17791, showing the slope down into Plum Crater at the right.
AS16-109-17792-93 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17793 ( 73k or 657k )
Rightward of 17792, down-Sun, ending Charlie's first Station 1 pan.
AS16-109-17794 ( 187k or 1165k )
123:29:59 Down-Sun "before" of the rake site. He has positioned himself to keep his shadow off the gnomon. Flag Crater is in the background.
AS16-109-17795 ( 152k or 847k )
123:30:40 "locator" from the north of the rake site. John is probably taking cross-Suns AS16-114-18389 to 18391. In the background, we can see the Rover, Plum Crater, South Ray Crater and Stone Mountain.
AS16-109-17796 ( 122k or 875k )
123:37:42 Down-Sun of the second Station 1 sample site. Note the small rock two fiducials to the right of center.
AS16-109-17797 ( 142k or 850k )
123:39:15 Post-sampling "locator" for the second Station 1 sample site. The small rock noted in 17796 is two fiducials right and two down in this photo. The footprints Charlie made while he collected four small rocks with the scoop are at the left side of the picture, up-Sun from the gnomon. The impressions he made in the surface as he picked up the rocks can be seen between the footprints and the gnomon. John is standing to the south of the gnomon and, behind him we see the Rover parked at the edge of Plum Crater. The bright, white ejecta blanket of South Ray Crater is in the distance and the raised rim of South Ray can be seen above the Rover.
AS16-109-17798 ( 175k or 1100k )
123:41:14 Down-Sun of the third Station 1 sample site.
AS16-109-17799 ( 172k or 1043k )
123:45:28 Down-Sun of the fourth Station 1 sample site. John's shadow is at the right and Flag Crater is in the background.
AS16-109-17800 ( 167k or 957k )
123:45:58 John is taking AS16-114-18404 and 18405. He has the hammer in his right shin pocket and an SCB on the left side of his PLSS. The relatively large rock on the right side of the picture near the Rover is Big Muley ( 175k ). Note the decal on the back of John's PLSS.
AS16-109-17801 ( 157k or 901k )
Down-Sun of the trench. As they moved around the rim of Flag Crater, they noticed that they were kicking up very white soil that was covered by a centimeter or two of normal tan-gray soil. They then dug a trench and collected samples. An anonymous rock labeled in 17789 is beyond the gnomon.
AS16-109-17802 ( 151k or 994k )
123:57:40 Down-Sun "before" of the partially buried boulder on the rim of Plum Crater.
AS16-109-17803 ( 136k or 821k )
123:58:12 John kicked up some white material in a small crater near the partially buried boulder at Plum Crater. While John got his hammer out, Charlie turned and took this picture of the white material.
AS16-109-17804 ( 173k or 981k )
123:58:46 John is getting into position to break a sample off a partially-buried boulder on the west rim of Plum Crater. Note that John has both his upper visor and his side visors extended. The Rover is on the east rim of Plum. Big Muley ( 172k ) and the neighboring anonymous rock are labeled in a detail.
AS16-109-17805 ( 250k or 1168k )
124:00:45 Cross-Sun "after" from the south of the partially buried boulder at Plum Crater.
AS16-109-17806 ( 233k or 1222k )
124:02:52 Charlie took this photo from the northeast of lineations in the surface soil near the partially-buried boulder at Plum Crater. Note that there are three rocks south of the scoop that can be seen in John's picture AS16-114-18424.
AS16-109-17807 ( 226k or 1165k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17806.
AS16-109-17808 ( 263k or 1348k )
124:03:24 Charlie has moved to the south of the buried boulder to examine some angular blocks and takes this cross-Sun.
AS16-109-17809 ( 234k or 1226k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17808.
AS16-109-17810 ( 208k or 1113k )
"locator" to the Rover.
AS16-109-17811 ( 81k, 670k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 0.9 Mb. )
124:21:52 Charlie starts a pan at Spook Crater with this down-Sun.
AS16-109-17811-12 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.5 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 1.2 Mb
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17812 ( 78k, 657k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 0.9 Mb. )
Rightward of 17811.
AS16-109-17812-13 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 0.6 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 0.8 Mb
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17813 ( 113k, 712k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 0.9 Mb. )
Rightward of 17812, showing John at the front of the Rover.
AS16-109-17813-14 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 01.2 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 0.6 Mb
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17814 ( 160k, 876k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 1.1 Mb. )
Rightward of 17813, showing John at the front of the Rover.t racks they made as they drove up close to the rim of Buster at about 123:08:09, on the way out to Station 1, are visible beyond the Rover.
AS16-109-17814-15 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.4 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 1.0 Mb
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17815 ( 175k, 930k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 1.2 Mb. )
Rightward of 17814.
AS16-109-17815-16 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.8 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 1.3 Mb
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17816 ( 199k, 1032k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 1.3 Mb. )
Rightward of 17815, showing Stone Mountain at the right.
AS16-109-17816-17 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.7 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 1.2 Mb
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17817 ( 162k, 1029k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 1.3 Mb. )
Rightward of 17816.
AS16-109-17817-18 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.4 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 1.0 Mb )
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17818 ( 161k, 1061k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 1.3 Mb. )
Rightward of 17817.
AS16-109-17818-19 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.6 Mb ) and Side-by-Side (LR) Stereopair ( 1.0 Mb )
Anaglyph and stereopair, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17819 ( 151k, 1070k ), or remapped with Hugin ( 1.4 Mb. )
Rightward of 17818.
AS16-109-17819-20 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17820 ( 149k or 1043k )
Rightward of 17819, up-Sun. Although the astronauts tell Houston that they can see the LM "under the Sun", it is difficult to pick out in this black & white photo. It may be 0.7 fiducials left and 1.3 up from center.
AS16-109-17820-21 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.6 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17821 ( 170k or 1086k )
Rightward of 17820, showing the eastern rim of Spook.
AS16-109-17821-22 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17822 ( 180k or 1096k )
Rightward of 17821, showing Spook Crater.
AS16-109-17822-23 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 0.5 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17823 ( 174k or 1007k )
Rightward of 17822.
AS16-109-17823-24 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17824 ( 134k or 892k )
Rightward of 17823.
AS16-109-17824-25 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.2 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17825 ( 121k or 878k )
Rightward of 17824, showing the west rim of Spook Crater with South Ray Crater in the background.
AS16-109-17825-26 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.3 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17826 ( 103k or 830k )
Rightward of 17825.
AS16-109-17826-27 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.0 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17827 ( 85k or 738k )
Rightward of 17826, ending Charlie's pan at Spook Crater.
AS16-109-17828 ( 84k or 715k )
124:32:12 Charlie started a partial pan of Buster Crater with this down-Sun which shows the southwest wall.
AS16-109-17828-29 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.7 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17829 ( 89k or 750k )
Rightward of 17828, showing part of the rubble pile at the bottom of the crater.
AS16-109-17829-30 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.1 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17830 ( 116k or 838k )
Rightward of 17829.
AS16-109-17830-31 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.2 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17831 ( 135k or 886k )
Rightward of 17830.
AS16-109-17832 ( 134k or 825k )
Rightward of 17831, central mound. Note the linear patterns of boulders running from the upper right to the lower left on the far wall.
AS16-109-17832-33 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.2 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17833 ( 160k or 926k )
Rightward of 17832.
AS16-109-17833-34 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.5 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17834 ( 172k or 952k )
Rightward of 17833, showing the central mound and the deep shadow on the eastern wall.
AS16-109-17834-35 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.7 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17835 ( 180k or 971k )
Rightward of 17834.
AS16-109-17835-36 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 2.5 Mb )
Red-blue anaglyph, with perspective correction, by Eric Jones and Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-109-17836 ( 194k or 1033k )
Rightward of 17835, ending the partial pan of Buster Crater.
AS16-109-17837 ( 252k or 1236k )
124:34:26 Cross-Sun "before" of Charlie's first Station 2 sample.
AS16-109-17838 ( 282k or 1362k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17837. Note the rock that was just to the left and beyond the scoop.
AS16-109-17839 ( 260k or 1228k )
"After" photo of Charlie's first Station 2 sample, which is the rock noted in the previous pictures.
AS16-109-17840 ( 172k or 928k )
"locator" for Charlie's first Station 2 sample, showing John at the Rover. Note the Rover tracks in the foreground, the magnetometer at the right, and Spook Crater in the background.
AS16-109-17841 ( 192k or 1016k )
Similar to 17840.
AS16-109-17842 ( 188k or 996k )
Out of focus "after" of the soil sample.
AS16-109-17843 ( 244k or 1200k )
124:37:10 Cross-Sun "before" of the rock that was too big to fit in a sample bag.
AS16-109-17844 ( 252k or 1200k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17843.
AS16-109-17845 ( 252k or 1200k )
124:40:44 Cross-Sun "before" of the friable rock.
AS16-109-17846 ( 268k or 1300k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17845.
AS16-109-17847 ( 268k or 1300k )
124:44:07 Cross-sun "before" of Charlie's fourth sample site at Station 2.
AS16-109-17848 ( 280k or 1300k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17847.
AS16-109-17849 ( 120k or 752k )
124:48:20 Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM. This photo shows Spook Crater and may have been taken before they started rolling.
AS16-109-17850 ( 108k or 908k )
124:48:20 Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM. "Ow, that Sun is bright".
AS16-109-17851 ( 104k or 900k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17852 ( 108k or 760k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM. The outbound Rover tracks are at the left and Stone Mountain is at the right.
AS16-109-17853 ( 100k or 868k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM. Orion is just below the fiducial immediately right of center.
AS16-109-17854 ( 116k or 888k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17855 ( 100k or 876k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM. John is now driving along his outbound tracks.
AS16-109-17856 ( 96k or 860k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17857 ( 124k or 924k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17858 ( 108k or 872k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17859 ( 108k or 876k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17860 ( 128k or 920k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM. The Rover tracks in this nearly up-Sun picture provide a dramatic illustration of the undulation of the terrain that is not so evident in photos of undisturbed surfaces.
AS16-109-17861 ( 112k or 920k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17862 ( 96k or 864k )
Traverse photo taken between Station 2 and the LM.
AS16-109-17863 ( 136k or 868k )
125:10:44 Cross-Sun from the south of the Solar Wind Collector (SWC).
AS16-109-17864 ( 132k or 864k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17863.


Magazine 110/H (B&W) Frames 17865-18033

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Note: NASA Document MSC-07252, "Apollo 16 Index of 70 mm Photographs and 16 mm Film Strips" indicates that blank frame 18033 is at the beginning of Magazine 111/J. In reality, the frame is the last on Magazine 110/H.
The first few frames were taken by John Young prior to the EVA-2 traverse and, thereafter, by Charlie Duke during the traverse and at Stations 4 and 5.


AS16-110-17865 (OF300) ( 253k or 2427k )
Incidental photo, perhaps showing battery/radiator covers at the front of the Rover.
AS16-110-17866 (OF300) ( 218k or 1336k )
143:14:14 Slightly sunstruck at the bottom. John is using Charlie's camera at the LM prior to the drive to Station 4 and takes this cross-Sun before of sample 60025, a 1.8 kg, white-matrix breccia, which is the large rock at the center of the image. See, also, frame AS16-113- 18301, a photo John took out his window before the post-landing rest period. Sample 60025 is near the fiducial mark one to the right and one below the center of 18301, as indicated in a labeled detail of 17866 with an inset detail from 18301.
AS16-110-17867 (OF300) ( 208k or 1307k )
143:14:14 John stepped to his left to get this stereo-companion to 17866. Eric Nelson has created a red-blue anaglyph.
AS16-110-17868 (OF300) ( 265k or 1519k )
143:15:08 Cross-Sun "after" of sample 60025. John moved from the top of the image area as he approached the sample, then bobbed down to grab it with his right hand. The imprints made by John's right knee and his right boot as he bobbed down are probably the ones to the right of center. The imprint of the sample is just to the left of center. The imprint John made with his right boot as he ran forward to regain his footing is probably the one at bottom right.
AS16-110-17869 (OF300) ( 141k or 950k )
Accidental photo of a Rover fender.
AS16-110-17870 (OF300) ( 109k or 695k )
143:32:02 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4, with Stone Mountain on the left.
AS16-110-17871 (OF300) ( 124k or 793k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Some of the South Ray ejecta blanket is visible above the TV camera.
AS16-110-17872 (OF300) ( 132k or 810k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17873 (OF300) ( 167k or 991k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17874 (OF300) ( 149k or 897k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17875 (OF300) ( 143k or 836k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17876 (OF300) ( 146k or 859k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17877 (OF300) ( 134k or 809k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17878 (OF300) ( 150k or 855k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17879 (OF300) ( 129k or 815k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17880 (OF300) ( 146k or 852k )
143:39:43 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Charlie mentions taking a picture of the "biggest rock now we've passed on the traverse."
AS16-110-17881 (OF300) ( 140k or 842k )
143:40:34 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Note that John is turning toward the east, probably to avoid a crater.
AS16-110-17882 (OF300) ( 147k or 861k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John has turned even farther left
AS16-110-17883 (OF300) ( 137k or 841k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John is once again driving toward the foot of Stone Mountain The South Ray ejecta blanket is on the right.
AS16-110-17884 (OF300) ( 133k or 781k )
143:40:49 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Note the small secondary crater just under the TV sunshade.
AS16-110-17885 (OF300) ( 148k or 872k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John has turned east again, probably to drive around the crater visible in the next frame.
AS16-110-17886 (OF300) ( 129k or 734k )
143:40:49 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John appears to be driving east along the north side of the crater that can be seen on the right-hand side of the image. Note the large boulder beyond the TV camera.
AS16-110-17887 (OF300) ( 148k or 828k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John is still driving east.
AS16-110-17888 (OF300) ( 155k or 917k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John is driving toward the base of Stone Mountain again. Note the large crater to the left of center.
AS16-110-17889 (OF300) ( 140k or 806k )
143:42:15 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. This photo may be showing the climb up onto Survey Ridge.
AS16-110-17890 (OF300) ( 130k or 740k )
143:43:04 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John and Charlie have entered a very blocky area on Survey Ridge.
AS16-110-17891 (OF300) ( 148k or 811k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Blocky area on Survey Ridge.
AS16-110-17892 (OF300) ( 171k or 931k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Blocky area on Survey Ridge.
AS16-110-17893 (OF300) ( 158k or 921k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Blocky area on Survey Ridge. South Ray ejecta blanket on the right.
AS16-110-17894 (OF300) ( 173k or 952k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Blocky area on Survey Ridge.
AS16-110-17895 (OF300) ( 189k or 1013k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Blocky area on Survey Ridge.
AS16-110-17896 (OF300) ( 154k or 906k )
143:47:52 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17897 (OF300) ( 151k or 967k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17898 (OF300) ( 173k or 980k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17899 (OF300) ( 123k or 827k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John is currently driving almost down-Sun.
AS16-110-17900 (OF300) ( 113k or 802k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17901 (OF300) ( 99k or 670k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17902 (OF300) ( 104k or 693k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17903 (OF300) ( 138k or 843k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17904 (OF300) ( 170k or 954k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17905 (OF300) ( 129k or 761k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17906 (OF300) ( 138k or 821k )
143:52:23 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17907 (OF300) ( 138k or 773k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17908 (OF300) ( 178k or 927k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. John has turned to the east.
AS16-110-17909 (OF300) ( 129k or 791k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Headed south again.
AS16-110-17910 (OF300) ( 157k or 895k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17911 (OF300) ( 134k or 835k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17912 (OF300) ( 156k or 909k )
143:50:49 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. The number of blocks is starting to decrease. This picture may also correspond to the point in the dialog where Charlie mentions that they are dropping down toward the base of Stone Mountain.
AS16-110-17913 (OF300) ( 184k or 1010k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17914 (OF300) ( 149k or 876k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17915 (OF300) ( 130k or 808k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Blocky area.
AS16-110-17916 (OF300) ( 159k or 896k )
143:54:47 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. They may be in the depression mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-110-17917 (OF300) ( 192k or 1030k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17918 (OF300) ( 131k or 804k )
143:55:36 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. By the time Charlie takes this picture, they have begun to climb up Stone Mountain.
AS16-110-17919 (OF300) ( 164k or 974k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17920 (OF300) ( 121k or 728k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17921 (OF300) ( 130k or 735k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17922 (OF300) ( 150k or 849k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17923 (OF300) ( 132k or 745k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17924 (OF300) ( 145k or 783k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17925 (OF300) ( 156k or 847k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17926 (OF300) ( 146k or 813k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17927 (OF300) ( 159k or 901k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17928 (OF300) ( 123k or 726k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17929 (OF300) ( 152k or 843k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17930 (OF300) ( 144k or 814k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17931 (OF300) ( 119k or 669k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17932 (OF300) ( 156k or 846k )
143:58:21 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. As mentioned in the dialog, they are in another area of numerous blocks.
AS16-110-17933 (OF300) ( 138k or 768k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17934 (OF300) ( 156k or 828k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17935 (OF300) ( 120k or 696k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17936 (OF300) ( 106k or 667k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17937 (OF300) ( 122k or 773k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17938 (OF300) ( 97k or 573k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17939 (OF300) ( 123k or 706k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17940 (OF300) ( 143k or 739k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17941 (OF300) ( 153k or 835k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17942 (OF300) ( 127k or 699k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17943 (OF300) ( 153k or 824k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17944 (OF300) ( 137k or 712k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4.
AS16-110-17945 (OF300) ( 184k or 1023k )
144:00:04 Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. They have changed direction sufficiently to see Baby Ray Crater, as mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-110-17946 (OF300) ( 144k or 1015k )
Traverse photo, LM to Station 4. Note the large number of blocks and the Rover tracks coming uphill. They have reached Station 4 and John is maneuvering the Rover into a good parking orientation.
AS16-110-17947 (OF300) ( 215k or 1165k )
144:20:26 Down-Sun "before" of the rake sample site. John's shadow is to the left.
AS16-110-17948 (OF300) ( 198k or 1220k )
144:21:00 "locator" to the Rover from the Station 4 rake sample site. Note that the right-rear wheel is off the ground.
AS16-110-17949 (OF300) ( 328k or 1522k )
144:43:32 Cross-Sun "after" at 7-foot focus from the north of the Station 4 core.
AS16-110-17950 (OF300) ( 369k or 1701k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 17949.
AS16-110-17951 ( 217k or 1134k )
144:43:32 Charlie's "locator" to the Rover of the Station 4 core. This is a good picture of the crater at the right that they will examine in a moment.
AS16-110-17952 (OF300) ( 91k or 756k )
144:56:49 Charlie started a black & white pan from the rim of the Station 4 crater with this down-Sun from near the Rover. Baby Ray Crater is on the right.
AS16-110-17953 (OF300) ( 136k or 1099k )
Rightward from 17952, with Baby Ray above center.
AS16-110-17954 (OF300) ( 145k or 1102k )
Rightward from 17953. STubby is the large crater just aboe center.
AS16-110-17955 (OF300) ( 164k or 1158k )
Rightward from 17954.
AS16-110-17956 (OF300) ( 186k or 1209k )
Rightward from 17955.
AS16-110-17957 (OF300) ( 209k or 1283k )
Rightward from 17956.
AS16-110-17958 (OF300) ( 186k or 1056k )
Rightward from 17957, showing the Rover at the right. Don McMillan has provided a detail with the LM and House Rock highlighted. Compare with Charlie's 500mm shot of the same scene, AS16-112-18272
AS16-110-17959 (OF300) ( 195k or 1075k )
Rightward from 17958, showing the front of the Rover and, in the distance, North Ray Crater at the center of the image.
AS16-110-17960 (OF300) ( 197k or 1093k )
144:57:16 Charlie's Station 4 pan, rightward from 17959, showing John working at the back of the Rover. Note that the "gate" is open.
AS16-110-17960/1 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 3125k or 162k )
Red-blue anaglyph by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-110-17961 (OF300) ( 210k or 1119k )
144:57:16 The next frame is Charlie's Station 4 pan, rightward from 17960, showing John working at the back of the Rover. Note that the 'gate' is open.

Erik van Meijgaarden has combined 17960 and 61 as a mini-pan.

AS16-110-17962 (OF300) ( 224k or 1222k )
Rightward from 17961, with John near the right rear wheel.
AS16-110-17963 (OF300) ( 172k or 1156k )
Rightward from 17962, nearly up-Sun.
AS16-110-17964 (OF300) ( 164k or 1155k )
Rightward from 17963, up-Sun with footprints from lower left digonally up to the right and a short piece of Rover track at the lower left corner
AS16-110-17965 (OF300) ( 179k or 1159k )
Rightward from 17964
AS16-110-17966 (OF300) ( 214k or 11271k )
Rightward from 17965, showing the Rover tracks John made as he approached their Station 4 parking place. The tracks near the bottom were made as John drove downhill to the final parking place.
AS16-110-17967 (OF300) ( 186k or 1058k )
Rightward from 17966. The Rover tracks suggest that John approached from the right, drove uphill a short ways, made a clockwise turn and came back downhill to the final parking place.
AS16-110-17968 (OF300) ( 217k or 1067k )
Rightward from 17967, showing the footprints Charlie made as he looked for a good spot from which to take the pan.
AS16-110-17969 (OF300) ( 231k or 1152k )
Rightward from 17968.
AS16-110-17970 (OF300) ( 203k or 1044k )
Rightward from 17969, showing footprints going to and from the Station 4 crater.
AS16-110-17971 (OF300) ( 158k or 971k )
Rightward from 17970, showing footprints going to and from the Station 4 crater.
AS16-110-17972 (OF300) ( 135k or 931k )
Rightward from 17971, with South Ray Crater on the right.
AS16-110-17973 (OF300) ( 132k or 982k )
Rightward from 17972, with South Ray above center.
AS16-110-17974 (OF300) ( 120k or 978k )
Rightward from 17973. This down-Sun ends Charlie's Station 4 pan.
AS16-110-17975 (OF300) ( 144k or 949k )
145:03:20 Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17976 (OF300) ( 169k or 1053k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17977 (OF300) ( 144k or 985k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17978 (OF300) ( 164k or 965k )
145:05:16 Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5. As Charlie mentions in the dialog, they are headed in the general direction of the LM. In a detail, Don McMillan has labelled both the LM and House Rock.
AS16-110-17979 (OF300) ( 153k or 996k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17980 (OF300) ( 145k or 923k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17981 (OF300) ( 153k or 988k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17982 (OF300) ( 148k or 891k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5. In a detail, Don McMillan has labelled both the LM and House Rock.
AS16-110-17983 (OF300) ( 138k or 941k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17984 (OF300) ( 127k or 898k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17985 (OF300) ( 162k or 977k )
145:07:17 Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5. Note that they are crossing their outbound Rover tracks.
AS16-110-17986 (OF300) ( 159k or 946k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17987 (OF300) ( 154k or 917k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17988 (OF300) ( 168k or 940k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17989 (OF300) ( 140k or 860k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17990 (OF300) ( 156k or 923k )
Traverse from Station 4 to Station 5.
AS16-110-17991 (OF300) ( 127k or 965k )
145:13:54 Charlie started a pan at Station 5 with this down-Sun toward Baby Ray Crater.
AS16-110-17992 (OF300) ( 126k or 1026k )
Rightward of 17991.
AS16-110-17993 (OF300) ( 135k or 1012k )
Rightward of 17992.
AS16-110-17994 (OF300) ( 146k or 1015k )
Rightward of 17993.
AS16-110-17995 (OF300) ( 177k or 1148k )
Rightward of 17994.
AS16-110-17996 (OF300) ( 177k or 1095k )
Rightward of 17995.
AS16-110-17997 (OF300) ( 200k or 1156k )
Rightward of 17996, with North Ray Crater in the distance on the right.
AS16-110-17998 (OF300) ( 219k or 1256k )
Rightward of 17997.
AS16-110-17999 (OF300) ( 232k or 1300k )
Rightward of 17998, with North Ray Crater, Smokey Mountain, and Ravine Crater in the distance. Note the tracks made as they came past Station 5 on their way outbound from the LM. In a detail, Don McMillan has labelled both the LM and House Rock.
AS16-110-18000 (OF300) ( 243k or 1269k )
Rightward of 17999, with Ravine aboe and just to the left of center.
AS16-110-18001 (OF300) ( 194k or 1149k )
Rightward of 18000, showing the outbound Rover tracks on the right.
AS16-110-18002 (OF300) ( 215k or 1266k )
Rightward of 18001.
AS16-110-18003 (OF300) ( 226k or 1329k )
Rightward of 18002.
AS16-110-18004 (OF300) ( 213k or 1296k )
Rightward of 18003.
AS16-110-18005 (OF300) ( 179k or 1193k )
Rightward of 18004. In this nearly up-Sun photo, we see where John turned toward the south to park.
AS16-110-18006 (OF300) ( 173k or 1237k )
Rightward of 18005, showing the back of the Rover. In this photo, note that the Rover is not sitting on it's own tracks. After getting off, John decided at 145:11:16 that the Rover had to be re-positioned and, rather than spend any time getting back on, he and Charlie picked the vehicle up and moved it.
AS16-110-18007 (OF300) ( 152k or 1020k )
Rightward of 18006, showing the rake and the Lunar Portable Magnetometer on the back of the Rover.
AS16-110-18008 (OF300) ( 142k or 911k )
Rightward of 18007, showing John near the left front wheel.
AS16-110-18009 (OF300) ( 154k or 899k )
Rightward of 18008, showing John as he starts toward the back of the Rover to get the rake.
AS16-110-18010 (OF300) ( 179k or 999k )
Rightward of 18009.
AS16-110-18011 (OF300) ( 215k or 1138k )
Rightward of 18010.
AS16-110-18012 (OF300) ( 154k or 855k )
Rightward of 18011.
AS16-110-18013 (OF300) ( 177k or 1008k )
Rightward of 18012, showing the Station 5 crater.
AS16-110-18014 (OF300) ( 180k or 1099k )
Rightward of 18013.
AS16-110-18015 (OF300) ( 151k or 946k )
Rightward of 18014.
AS16-110-18016 (OF300) ( 127k or 904k )
Rightward of 18015, with South Ray Crater in the distance on the right.
AS16-110-18017 (OF300) ( 118k or 894k )
Rightward of 18016.
AS16-110-18018 (OF300) ( 126k or 995k )
Rightward of 18017, ending Charlie's Station 5 pan.
AS16-110-18019 (OF300) ( 176k or 1143k )
145:18:00 Down-Sun "before" of the initial Station 5 rake site. John is at the left, carrying the rake.
AS16-110-18020 ( 228k or 1252k )
145:18:05 Charlie took this "locator" to the Rover from the initial Station 5 rake site as John started raking. John has done one swath with the rake and is now shaking dirt out of it.
AS16-110-18021 (OF300) ( 235k or 1322k )
145:23:13 Cross-Sun from north showing John wielding the rake beyond the gnomon.
AS16-110-18022 (OF300) ( 261k or 1385k )
Charlie stepped to his right to take this stereo-companion to 18021.
AS16-110-18023 (OF300) ( 327k or 1435k )
145:33:34 Cross-Sun "before" from the north of the location shown in John's photo AS16-107-17503.
AS16-110-18024 (OF300) ( 342k or 1546k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18023.
AS16-110-18025 (OF300) ( 291k or 1321k )
"After" of sample site.
AS16-110-18026 (OF300) ( 343k or 1524k )
"After" of second raking location.
AS16-110-18027 (OF300) ( 345k or 1529k )
145:45:42 Cross-Sun "before" of Charlie's sampling site near the Rover at Station 5.
AS16-110-18028 (OF300) ( 336k or 1487k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18027.
AS16-110-18029 (OF300) ( 331k or 1618k )
145:49:32 Cross-Sun "before" of Charlie's second sample location near the Rover at Station 5.
AS16-110-18030 (OF300) ( 283k or 1439k )
Stereo companion to 18029. Sun struck across the center.
AS16-110-18031 (OF300) ( 214k or 1285k )
Blurred or out-of-focus shot at the front of the Rover. Charlie is advancing the film before changing magazines.
AS16-110-18032 (OF300) ( 132k or 1137k )
Sunstruck image of the surface near the right front wheel.
AS16-110-18033 (OF300) ( 81k or 799k )
Dark, indistinct image.


Magazine 111/J (B&W) Frames 18034-18192

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Note: NASA Document MSC-07252, "Apollo 16 Index of 70 mm Photographs and 16 mm Film Strips" indicates that blank frame 18033 is at the beginning of Magazine 111/J. In reality, the frame is the last on Magazine 110/H.
Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-3.


Calibration Chart (OF300) ( 124k or 1000k ) AS16-111-18034 (OF300) ( 112k or 880k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18035 (OF300) ( 108k or 880k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18036 (OF300) ( 76k or 528k )
166:10:28 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. They have almost reached the crest of the ridge north of the LM and can see Smoky Mountain.
AS16-111-18037 (OF300) ( 112k or 868k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18038 (OF300) ( 108k or 800k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18039 (OF300) ( 88k or 608k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18040 (OF300) ( 88k or 652k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18041 (OF300) ( 96k or 712k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18042 (OF300) ( 92k or 668k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18043 (OF300) ( 120k or 976k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18044 (OF300) ( 104k or 816k )
166:12:11 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. They now have a good view of North Ray Crater and can see the big boulders on the rim. The photograph does not capture details that they can see with their eyes.
AS16-111-18045 (OF300) ( 104k or 796k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18046 (OF300) ( 108k or 844k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18047 (OF300) ( 116k or 964k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18048 (OF300) ( 120k or 980k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18049 (OF300) ( 100k or 748k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18050 (OF300) ( 96k or 780k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18051 (OF300) ( 108k or 904k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18052 (OF300) ( 96k or 744k )
166:12:35 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. They have started down the north slope of the ridge north of the LM.
AS16-111-18053 (OF300) ( 116k or 856k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18054 (OF300) ( 108k or 868k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18055 (OF300) ( 108k or 964k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18056 (OF300) ( 96k or 844k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18057 (OF300) ( 108k or 800k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18058 (OF300) ( 92k or 700k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18059 (OF300) ( 100k or 748k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18060 (OF300) ( 104k or 748k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18061 (OF300) ( 92k or 728k )
166:16:08 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. This photo may be showing the rock with lineations that Charlie mentions in the dialog.
AS16-111-18062 (OF300) ( 84k or 736k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18063 (OF300) ( 92k or 740k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18064 (OF300) ( 104k or 828k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18065 (OF300) ( 100k or 760k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18066 (OF300) ( 108k or 856k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18067 (OF300) ( 92k or 728k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18068 (OF300) ( 100k or 820k )
166:18:47 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. The rim of Palmetto Crater may be the feature visible over the top of the TV camera in this image. The evidence suggesting this is the raised rim and the number of blocks surrounding it.
AS16-111-18069 (OF300) ( 72k or 580k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18070 (OF300) ( 88k or 684k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18071 (OF300) ( 68k or 524k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11, the rim of Palmetto Crater may form the left-hand portion of the local horizon in this image.
AS16-111-18072 (OF300) ( 100k or 800k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18073 (OF300) ( 120k or 1000k )
166:16:08 Traverse from the LM to Station 11, as mentioned in the dialog, John is turning away from the Palmetto rim and is heading up-Sun.
AS16-111-18074(OF300) ( 128k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18075 (OF300) ( 112k or 996k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18076 (OF300) ( 140k or 1100k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18077 (OF300) ( 140k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18078 (OF300) ( 124k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18079 (OF300) ( 112k or 984k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18080 (OF300) ( 112k or 996k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18081 (OF300) ( 104k or 916k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18082 (OF300) ( 108k or 848k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11. John has turned away from up-Sun and, once again, is headed toward North Ray Crater.
AS16-111-18083 (OF300) ( 108k or 748k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18084 (OF300) ( 116k or 980k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18085 (OF300) ( 112k or 848k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18086 (OF300) ( 108k or 784k )
166:21:25 Traverse from the LM to Station 11, showing some of the large blocks of North Ray ejecta that Charlie mentions in the dialog.
AS16-111-18087 (OF300) ( 92k or 684k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18088 (OF300) ( 112k or 880k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18089 (OF300) ( 92k or 684k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18090 (OF300) ( 80k or 556k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18091 (OF300) ( 92k or 684k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18092 (OF300) ( 104k or 832k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18093 (OF300) ( 100k or 748k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18094 (OF300) ( 104k or 840k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18095 (OF300) ( 92k or 756k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18096 (OF300) ( 104k or 792k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18097 (OF300) ( 96k or 736k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18098 (OF300) ( 112k or 876k )
166:24:30 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. As Charlie mentions in the dialog, they are going down into a valley before starting up the final climb to North Ray Crater. They are passing significant numbers of half-meter boulders. As John mentions, they are traveling east to find some smoother ground.
AS16-111-18099 (OF300) ( 136k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18100 (OF300) ( 128k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18101 (OF300) ( 124k or 1020k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18102 (OF300) ( 128k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18103 (OF300) ( 108k or 840k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18104 (OF300) ( 108k or 840k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18105 (OF300) ( 96k or 736k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18106 (OF300) ( 96k or 712k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18107 (OF300) ( 100k or 756k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18108 (OF300) ( 76k or 572k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18109 (OF300) ( 68k or 536k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18110 (OF300) ( 92k or 724k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18111 (OF300) ( 104k or 868k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18112 (OF300) ( 124k or 929k )
166:28:01 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. They are entering another area of frequent cobbles and boulders.
AS16-111-18113 (OF300) ( 96k or 728k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18114 (OF300) ( 92k or 692k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18115 (OF300) ( 92k or 672k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18116 (OF300) ( 104k or 772k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18117 (OF300) ( 108k or 872k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18118 (OF300) ( 88k or 672k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18119 (OF300) ( 80k or 548k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18120 (OF300) ( 92k or 680k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18121 (OF300) ( 88k or 672k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18122 (OF300) ( 108k or 872k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18123 (OF300) ( 88k or 716k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18124 (OF300) ( 100k or 744k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18125 (OF300) ( 112k or 836k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18126 (OF300) ( 96k or 728k )
166:29:38 Traverse from the LM to Station 11, showing the two boulders that they drive between.
AS16-111-18127 (OF300) ( 92k or 696k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18128 (OF300) ( 88k or 652k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18129 (OF300) ( 116k or 1000k )
166:31:14 Traverse from the LM to Station 11. As mentioned in the dialog, Charlie has taken his camera off.
AS16-111-18130 (OF300) ( 104k or 920k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18131 (OF300) ( 96k or 920k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18132 (OF300) ( 104k or 932k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18133 (OF300) ( 124k or 1100k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18134 (OF300) ( 80k or 628k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11. This may be the "high enough picture" since it shows the high-gain antenna.
AS16-111-18135 (OF300) ( 72k or 620k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11. Note that Charlie has remounted the camera on his RCU.
AS16-111-18136 (OF300) ( 88k or 636k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18137 (OF300) ( 96k or 692k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18138 (OF300) ( 84k or 644k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18139 (OF300) ( 80k or 624k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18140 (OF300) ( 104k or 884k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18141 (OF300) ( 112k or 936k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18142 (OF300) ( 96k or 784k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18143 (OF300) ( 116k or 896k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18144 (OF300) ( 80k or 652k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18145 (OF300) ( 84k or 632k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18146 (OF300) ( 84k or 648k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18147 (OF300) ( 68k or 496k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18148 (OF300) ( 88k or 764k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18149 (OF300) ( 84k or 716k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18150 (OF300) ( 80k or 680k )
166:36:28 Traverse from the LM to Station 11, showing the approach to the 'frothy boulders' Charlie describes at 166:36:28.
AS16-111-18151 (OF300) ( 84k or 700k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18152 (OF300) ( 80k or 672k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18153 (OF300) ( 84k or 724k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11. In a comparison between 18150 and 18153, it is evident that the righthand boulder is the smaller of the two and is much closer to the Rover as they approach from the SSE. It is tempting to identify the larger, lefthand boulder with Shadow Rock and the smaller boulder with the most prominent boulder in AS16-106-17400, which is a frame from Charlie's Station 13 pan.
AS16-111-18154 (OF300) ( 76k or 628k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18155 (OF300) ( 72k or 640k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11. Last picture of the lefthand 'frothy' boulder.
AS16-111-18156 (OF300) ( 76k or 672k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18157 (OF300) ( 88k or 732k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18158 (OF300) ( 72k or 604k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18159 (OF300) ( 84k or 696k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18160 (OF300) ( 72k or 644k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18161 (OF300) ( 92k or 800k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18162 (OF300) ( 68k or 560k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18163 (OF300) ( 84k or 712k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18164 (OF300) ( 76k or 616k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18165 (OF300) ( 92k or 716k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18166 (OF300) ( 80k or 604k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18167 (OF300) ( 76k or 588k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18168 (OF300) ( 88k or 712k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18169 (OF300) ( 80k or 688k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18170 (OF300) ( 76k or 664k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18171 (OF300) ( 76k or 692k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18172 (OF300) ( 84k or 748k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18173 (OF300) ( 76k or 648k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18174 (OF300) ( 92k or 756k )
166:39:19 Traverse from the LM to Station 11, showing the ten-meter boulder that John mentions in the dialog. This is House Rock, which they will visit at the end of the Station 11 stop. They will park the Rover near the white boulders straight ahead.
AS16-111-18175 (OF300) ( 88k or 760k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18176 (OF300) ( 84k or 700k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18177 (OF300) ( 92k or 788k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18178 (OF300) ( 84k or 732k )
166:39:19 Approach to Station 11. House Rock is the large, dark boulder on the right. Compare with 18272 which is 500-mm image Charlie took from Station 4 on Stone Mountain.
AS16-111-18179 (OF300) ( 88k or 700k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18180 (OF300) ( 112k or 956k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18181 (OF300) ( 80k or 636k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18182 (OF300) ( 84k or 720k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18183 (OF300) ( 72k or 616k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18184 (OF300) ( 72k or 640k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11, showing the white boulders that they will sample after John parks the Rover.
AS16-111-18185 (OF300) ( 84k or 676k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18186 (OF300) ( 84k or 660k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18187 (OF300) ( 104k or 952k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18188 (OF300) ( 96k or 720k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18189 (OF300) ( 112k or 1000k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18190 (OF300) ( 72k or 604k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11.
AS16-111-18191 (OF300) ( 100k or 1100k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11, sunstruck.
AS16-111-18192 (OF300) ( 124k or 1200k )
Traverse from the LM to Station 11, sunstruck.


Magazine 112/L (B&W) Frames 18193-18278

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-1 and EVA-2 for 500-mm images.


Calibration Chart (OF300) ( 96k or 832k ) AS16-112-18193 (OF300) ( 60k or 612k )
124:24:53 Charlie took a series of 500-mm photographs of Stone Mountain from Spook Crater. Most are blurred.
AS16-112-18194 (OF300) ( 60k or 584k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18195 (OF300) ( 72k or 616k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18196 (OF300) ( 76k or 640k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18197 (OF300) ( 80k or 652k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18198 (OF300) ( 80k or 648k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18199 (OF300) ( 80k or 664k )
Stone Mountain. Reasonably sharp picture showing some lineations.
AS16-112-18200 (OF300) ( 80k or 632k )
Stone Mountain. Sharper than many in the sequence.
AS16-112-18201 (OF300) ( 92k or 656k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18202 (OF300) ( 104k or 688k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18203 (OF300) ( 104k or 692k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18204 (OF300) ( 92k or 672k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18205 (OF300) ( 68k or 620k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18206 (OF300) ( 72k or 616k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18207 (OF300) ( 92k or 672k )
Stone Mountain. Sharper than many in the series.
AS16-112-18208 (OF300) ( 84k or 660k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18209 (OF300) ( 80k or 636k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18210 (OF300) ( 88k or 708k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18211 (OF300) ( 148k or 840k )
Stone Mountain. Sharper than most images in the sequence.
AS16-112-18212 (OF300) ( 40k or 500k )
Stone Mountain. Black sky?
AS16-112-18213 (OF300) ( 76k or 628k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18214 (OF300) ( 84k or 680k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18215 (OF300) ( 76k or 644k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18216 (OF300) ( 84k or 660k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18217 (OF300) ( 132k or 784k )
Stone Mountain. This is one of the few steady frames that Charlie managed to get from Spook Crater.
AS16-112-18218 (OF300) ( 88k or 640k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18219 (OF300) ( 100k or 676k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18220 (OF300) ( 92k or 640k )
Stone Mountain. Sharper than most in the sequence.
AS16-112-18221 (OF300) ( 92k or 668k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18222 (OF300) ( 104k or 716k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18223 (OF300) ( 120k or 732k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18224 (OF300) ( 88k or 716k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18225 (OF300) ( 112k or 752k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18226 (OF300) ( 132k or 776k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18227 (OF300) ( 124k or 756k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18228 (OF300) ( 112k or 748k )
Stone Mountain.
AS16-112-18229 (OF300) ( 136k or 804k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18230 (OF300) ( 148k or 856k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18231 (OF300) ( 152k or 856k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18232 (OF300) ( 120k or 776k )
Stone Mountain, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18233 (OF300) ( 64k or 656k )
124:28:40 South Ray Crater from Spook Crater.
AS16-112-18234 (OF300) ( 76k or 680k )
South Ray Crater, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18235 (OF300) ( 52k or 572k )
South Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18236 (OF300) ( 68k or 656k )
South Ray Crater, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18237 (OF300) ( 68k or 676k )
South Ray Crater, reasonably steady.
AS16-112-18238 (OF300) ( 64k or 660k )
South Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18239 (OF300) ( 80k or 764k )
South Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18240 (OF300) ( 92k or 1000k )
Blank.
AS16-112-18241 (OF300) ( 96k or 1000k )
Blank.
AS16-112-18242 (OF300) ( 84k or 976k )
Blank.


EVA-2 - 500-mm images from Station 4, many of which are blurred.


AS16-112-18243 (OF300) ( 76k or 800k )

144:12:56 Charlie has started a series of 500-mm photos from Station 4, up on the side of Stone Mountain. Many of these photos are blurred. This first photo shows South Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18244 (OF300) ( 72k or 768k )
South Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18245 (OF300) ( 80k or 764k )
South Ray Crater. This is a good, steady photo.
AS16-112-18246 (OF300) ( 72k or 724k )
Rightward of 18245.
AS16-112-18247 (OF300) ( 76k or 720k )
144:14:29 Charlie's 500-mm mini-pan of South Ray Crater, rightward of 18246.
AS16-112-18248 (OF300) ( 72k or 696k )
Rightward of 18247.
AS16-112-18249 (OF300) ( 76k or 764k )
Rightward of 18248.
AS16-112-18250 (OF300) ( 76k or 792k )
Rightward of 18249.
AS16-112-18251 (OF300) ( 52k or 496k )
Rightward of 18250.
AS16-112-18252 (OF300) ( 64k or 632k )
Rightward of 18251.
AS16-112-18253 (OF300) ( 84k or 820k )
Baby Ray Crater from Station 4, good picture.
AS16-112-18254 (OF300) ( 84k or 816k )
144:14:29 Frame from Charlie's 500-mm mini-pan of Baby Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18255 (OF300) ( 76k or 756k )
144:14:29 South Ray from Station 4, good picture.
AS16-112-18256 (OF300) ( 80k or 792k )
South Ray from Station 4, good picture.
AS16-112-18257 (OF300) ( 76k or 796k )
South Ray from Station 4.
AS16-112-18258 (OF300) ( 76k or 796k )
South Ray from Station 4.
AS16-112-18259 (OF300) ( 76k or 792k )
South Ray from Station 4.
AS16-112-18260 (OF300) ( 76k or 824k )
144:15:20 Charlie now starts a series of photos of Stubby Crater. These are also blurred.
AS16-112-18261 (OF300) ( 76k or 804k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18262 (OF300) ( 80k or 808k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18263 (OF300) ( 84k or 824k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18264 (OF300) ( 80k or 808k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18265 (OF300) ( 80k or 796k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18266 (OF300) ( 84k or 836k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18267 (OF300) ( 84k or 804k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18268 (OF300) ( 76k or 776k )
Stubby Crater.
AS16-112-18269 (OF300) ( 96k or 832k )
Charlie now turns his attention to the LM and North Ray Crater. Okay.
AS16-112-18270 (OF300) ( 72k or 644k )
LM and North Ray Crater, sunstruck.
AS16-112-18271 (OF300) ( 76k or 676k )
LM and North Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18272 (OF300) ( 80k or 688k )
144:14:29 500-mm view from Station 4 of the LM at the lower left and of House Rock on the rim of North Ray Crater.
AS16-112-18273 (OF300) ( 76k or 720k )
LM and North Ray Crater, sunstruck.
AS16-112-18274 (OF300) ( 72k or 716k )
Charlie starts a sequence leftward toward Ravine, sunstruck.
AS16-112-18275 (OF300) ( 68k or 600k )
Rightward of 18274.
AS16-112-18276 (OF300) ( 84k or 860k )
Rightward of 18275, sunstruck.
AS16-112-18277 (OF300) ( 96k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18276, sunstruck.
AS16-112-18278 (OF300) ( 160k or 1600k )
Rightward of 18277, sunstruck.


Magazine 113/A (Color) Frames 18279-18382

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

The first seventeen frames on the magazine were taken in lunar orbit.


AS16-113-18279 (OF300) ( 84k or 692k )
CSM below the LM.
AS16-113-18280 (OF300) ( 84k or 720k )
CSM below the LM.
AS16-113-18281 (OF300) ( 84k or 736k )
CSM below the LM.
AS16-113-18282 (OF300) ( 84k or 736k )
CSM below the LM.
AS16-113-18283 (OF300) ( 84k or 724k )
CSM below the LM.
AS16-113-18284 (OF300) ( 84k or 736k )
CSM below the LM.
AS16-113-18285 (OF300) ( 68k or 764k )
Pre-landing photo of Earthrise, with the Command Module visible just above the lunar horizon to the left of Earth.
AS16-113-18286 (OF300) ( 68k or 752k )
Earthrise with CSM.
AS16-113-18287 (OF300) ( 68k or 764k )
Earthrise with CSM.
AS16-113-18288 (OF300) ( 68k or 772k )
Earthrise with CSM.
AS16-113-18289 (OF300) ( 68k or 748k )
Pre-landing photo of Earthrise, with the Command Module visible just above the lunar horizon to the left of Earth.
AS16-113-18290 (OF300) ( 20k or 120k )
CSM against a black sky.
AS16-113-18291 (OF300) ( 24k or 124k )
Pre-landing photo the Command Module visible during Rev 13.
AS16-113-18292 (OF300) ( 24k or 132k )
CSM against a black sky.
AS16-113-18293 (OF300) ( 24k or 124k )
CSM against a black sky.
AS16-113-18294 (OF300) ( 204k or 1200k )
Pre-landing photo of the CSM from the LM and, in the background on the lunar surface, hilly terrain near the northwest rim of Valier (174.5 E / 6.8 N). A labeled version ( 258k ) has been made with reference to the Clementine Atlas of the Moon.
AS16-113-18295 (OF300) ( 68k or 748k )
Oblique view of Theophilus.

Pictures taken shortly after the landing, through the LM windows.


AS16-113-18296 (OF300) ( 76k or 888k )

This frame starts a post-landing pan out John's window. This frame gives us a view to the south of Stone Mountain.
AS16-113-18297 (OF300) ( 76k or 740k )
Rightward of 18296 showing the very bright, white ejecta blanket surrounding South Ray Crater.
AS16-113-18298 (OF300) ( 64k or 704k )
Rightward of 18297, showing a sample John collected at 170:16:50.
AS16-113-18299 (OF300) ( 44k or 624k )
Rightward of 18298, down-Sun.
AS16-113-18300 (OF300) ( 124k or 872k )
Similar to 18296 but better composed.
AS16-113-18301 (OF300) ( 92k or 728k )
Post-landing pan taken out John's window. Rightward of 18300. A labeled detail shows the location of sample 60025, which John collected at 170:16:50.
AS16-113-18302 (OF300) ( 68k or 720k )
Rightward of 18301, down-Sun.
AS16-113-18303 (OF300) ( 144k or 920k )
John aimed the camera down at the surface below his window.
AS16-113-18304 (OF300) ( 96k or 852k )
This picture stars a sequence out Charlie's window. It is a view over the thrusters to the north.
AS16-113-18305 (OF300) ( 60k or 708k )
The fogging of these pictures may be due to condensation on Charlie's window.
AS16-113-18306 (OF300) ( 56k or 704k )
Over Charlie's thrusters.
AS16-113-18307 (OF300) ( 124k or 944k )
Leftward of 18306.
AS16-113-18308 (OF300) ( 96k or 832k )
Leftward of 18307.
AS16-113-18309 (OF300) ( 64k or 676k )
Leftward of 18308, down-Sun along the LM shadow.
AS16-113-18310 (OF300) ( 124k or 776k )
Charlie aimed the camera down to get this picture of the surface under his window.
AS16-113-18311 (OF300) ( 20k or 268k )
Blank because of a film advance prior to removal of the magazine from the camera.
AS16-113-18312 (OF300) ( 52k or 764k )
Blank because of a film advance prior to removal of the magazine from the camera.


Following frames were taken by Charlie Duke during EVA-1.


AS16-113-18313 (OF300) ( 92k or 644k )

119:33:46 Charlie starts a pan at the LM with this down-Sun picture. He is standing at about the 4 o'clock position, northeast of the spacecraft.
AS16-113-18314 (OF300) ( 84k or 588k )
Rightward of 18313.
AS16-113-18315 (OF300) ( 104k or 660k )
Rightward of 18314.
AS16-113-18316 (OF300) ( 144k or 820k )
Rightward of 18315, toward the north.
AS16-113-18317 (OF300) ( 160k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18316.
AS16-113-18318 (OF300) ( 168k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18317.
AS16-113-18319 (OF300) ( 128k or 868k )
Rightward of 18318.
AS16-113-18320 (OF300) ( 92k or 644k )
Rightward of 18319.
AS16-113-18321 (OF300) ( 140k or 820k )
Rightward of 18320, up-Sun.
AS16-113-18322 (OF300) ( 124k or 800k )
Rightward of 18321.
AS16-113-18323 (OF300) ( 188k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18322, showing the crater behind the LM that John overflew on his final approach. Note that the east wall is still shadowed.
AS16-113-18324 (OF300) ( 184k or 1200k )
Rightward of 18323.
AS16-113-18325 (OF300) ( 140k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18324, toward Stone Mountain. This picture also shows the brightly-lit western wall of the crater behind the LM.
AS16-113-18326 (OF300) ( 112k or 868k )
Rightward of 18325.
AS16-113-18327 (OF300) ( 100k or 800k )
Rightward of 18326, toward the south. Although the white ejecta blanket surrounding South Ray Crater could be seen from the LM windows, from Charlie's vantage point on the surface it is hidden by an intervening ridge.
AS16-113-18328 (OF300) ( 108k or 808k )
Rightward of 18327, showing John as he sits on the Rover, preparing to make his first test drive. The minus-Z (east) and minus-Y (south) LM struts can also be seen.
AS16-113-18329 (OF300) ( 116k or 756k )
119:33:46 Charlie's 4 o'clock pan, rightward of 18328, showing John on the Rover, preparing to drive around the back of the LM to the MESA.
AS16-113-18330 (OF300) ( 92k or 676k )
119:35:44 Rightward of 18329. Charlie ends his 4 o'clock pan with this down-Sun.
AS16-113-18331 (OF300) ( 124k or 776k )
119:36:20 This picture shows how some of the panels on the rear surface of the LM Ascent Stage have buckled. Note, also, the blistered appearance of the plume deflector. Compare with AS16-122-19533 which shows the same area at rendezvous in a much more damaged condition.
AS16-113-18332 (OF300) ( 120k or 792k )
119:36:20 Similar to 18331. This picture shows how some of the panels on the rear surface of the LM Ascent Stage have buckled. Note, also, the blistered appearance of the plume deflector on the northeast corner of the spacecraft.
AS16-113-18332/3 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 429k or 205k )
Red-blue anaglyph combining 18332 and 18333 by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-113-18333 (OF300) ( 100k or 700k )
Similar to 18331.
AS16-113-18334 (OF300) ( 100k or 724k )
Similar to 18331.
AS16-113-18335 (OF300) ( 172k or 864k )
Cosmic Ray Detector mounted on the side of the LM next to the Scientific Equipment (SEQ) Bay, covered by the dark gray door. On the other side of the SEQ Bay, the upright fuel cask holds the plutonium fuel element for the RTG.
AS16-113-18336 (OF300) ( 92k or 696k )
Charlie has moved around to the southeast of the spacecraft to take a series of pictures of the ablation and blistering on the plume deflector and other surfaces on that side of the spacecraft.
AS16-113-18337 (OF300) ( 96k or 704k )
Similar to 18336.
AS16-113-18338 (OF300) ( 76k or 644k )
Similar to 18336.
AS16-113-18339 (OF300) ( 208k or 1300k )
120:25:42 John Young jumps off the ground and salutes for this superb tourist picture. He is off the ground about 1.45 seconds which, in the lunar gravity field, means that he launched himself at a velocity of about 1.17 m/s and reached a maximum height of 0.42 m. Although the suit and backpack weigh as much as he does, his total weight is only about 65 pounds (30 kg) and, to get this height, he only had to bend his knees slightly and then push up with his legs. In the background, we can see the UV astronomy camera, the flag, the LM, the Rover with the TV camera watching John, and Stone Mountain. Journal Contributor Joe Cannaday notes that high-point of John's first jump was at a time close to 120:25:49 and the second was almost exactly three seconds later.
AS16-113-18339/40 Stereo Images: red-blue anaglyph and a left-rght image pair
These stereo images were created by Yuri Krasilnikov, who writes, "A bit of artistry was necessary to create credible stereo. In the left-right pair, Charlie captured John's first jump in 18339, which is on the right. In the original of 18340, we see that John isn't as far off the ground and is tilted to his left. In addition, there are footprints beneath him that he made when he landed after the first jump, a clear indication that John is closer to Charlie than he was in 18339. Creation of a credible anaglyph required removal of the image of John from 18340 and careful replacement with the image of John from 18339."

Yuri has also made a two-frame animation (1Mb) of John's jumps. John is more upright in 18339; and there are prominent footprints at his second launch point in 18340.

See, also, a red-blue anaglyph ( 1.9 Mb) created by Erik van Meihgaarden, who writes, "John did two jumping salutes for Charlie, who took a picture each time John was near the top of his jump. Consequently, we are seeing not only from two slightly different view points but, also, when he was at slightly different places. The TV recordings of these jumps show that John was on the LM side of the flag. Combination of images from the two different jumps creates the impression that John is on Charlie's side of the flag. John also looks like he's jumped more than the half meter he actually achieved. In comparison, because the flag wasn't touched or moved between the two jumps, our stereoview of it is completely legitimate.

AS16-113-18339-40 Red-Blue Anaglyph of the Flag, LRV, and LM (0.7Mb
Anaglyph by Yuri Krasilnikov.
AS16-113-18340 (OF300) ( 208k or 1300k )
120:25:42 John's second jump lasts about 1.30 seconds and, consequently, his launch velocity is about 1.05 m/s and his maximum height is 0.34 m.


John borrows the camera to take three portraits of Charlie.


AS16-113-18341 (OF300) ( 228k or 1200k )

120:26:13 John and Charlie have traded places and this picture shows Charlie saluting.
AS16-113-18342 (OF300) ( 236k or 1300k )
120:26:17 Charlie Duke's formal salute early in EVA-1. Stone Mountain is in the background.
AS16-113-18343 (OF300) ( 236k or 1300k )
Similar to 18341.
AS16-113-18344 (OF300) ( 96k or 644k )
120:51:22 In the dialog, Charlie mentions a large breccia at his side of the Rover at its parking place at the ALSEP site. That partially buried boulder can be seen in this photo that John took across the Rover seats.
AS16-113-18345 (OF300) ( 100k or 791k )
122:05:33 Charlie starts a series of ALSEP documentation photographs. John is out at the end of the thumper/geophone line.
AS16-113-18346 (OF300) ( 160k or 800k )
122:06:24 Showing a sprinkling of dirt on the north side of the thermal skirt that surrounds the Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE).
AS16-113-18347 (OF300) ( 144k or 812k )
Charlie has backed up to get this picture of the PSE, with the Central Station and the black-finned RTG in the background. The thumper/geophone cable anchor is to the right of the Central Station.
AS16-113-18348 (OF300) ( 216k or 1100k )
122:11:29 This photo documents the severed heat flow cable at the back of the Central Station. The end of the cable is coiled up on the ground near the base. On the righthand side of the image, note the bright, orange-colored patch of sunlight reflected off the Central-Station's Mylar curtain.
AS16-113-18349 (OF300) ( 92k or 604k )
Charlie has started an ALSEP pan from just south of the RTG. This first frame is a down-Sun of the magnetometer.
AS16-113-18350 (OF300) ( 88k or 560k )
Rightward of 18349, showing the magnetometer.
AS16-113-18351 (OF300) ( 112k or 636k )
Rightward of 18350, showing the magnetometer. John is visible beyond a small, local rise, possibly near the central geophone. The RTG is in the foreground.
AS16-113-18352 (OF300) ( 128k or 816k )
Rightward of 18351, across the RTG.
AS16-113-18352/3 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 707k or 114k )
Note that John has turned to his right between frames, as can be seen in an animated gif by Yuri Krasilnikov. Red-blue anaglyph by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-113-18353 (OF300) ( 148k or 880k )
Rightward of 18352, across the RTG. The object beyond the RTG is probably a piece of discarded ALSEP packaging material.
AS16-113-18354 (OF300) ( 160k or 988k )
Rightward of 18353.
AS16-113-18355 (OF300) ( 168k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18354, showing the front (south) face of the Central Station.
AS16-113-18356 (OF300) ( 168k or 1008k )
Rightward of 18355.
AS16-113-18357 (OF300) ( 168k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18356, across the Central Station toward Smoky Mountain.
AS16-113-18358 (OF300) ( 168k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18357, showing the LM at the left side of the frame.
AS16-113-18359 (OF300) ( 180k or 1100k )
122:13:49 Rightward of 18358. Charlie took this excellent picture of the LM from the ALSEP site. This photo is a graphic illustration of the undulation of the terrain. In the foreground, we see the PSE and the mortar pack at left center. Careful examination of the Ascent stage shows the hatch facing about 45 degrees to the left, indicating that Charlie took this picture from SW of the spacecraft. The distance is about 90 meters.
AS16-113-18360 (OF300) ( 172k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18359.
AS16-113-18361 (OF300) ( 84k or 572k )
Rightward of 18360, up-Sun.
AS16-113-18362 (OF300) ( 96k or 604k )
Rightward of 18361.
AS16-113-18363 (OF300) ( 152k or 872k )
Rightward of 18362, showing the left flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-113-18364 (OF300) ( 160k or 852k )
Rightward of 18363, showing part of the Rover at the right.
AS16-113-18365 (OF300) ( 200k or 1200k )
Rightward of 18364, centered on the Rover and showing the large breccia on Charlie's side of the vehicle. The drill is at left center near the drill-stem rack.
Animated Gif of the TV in Motion ( 400k )
[Animated gif by Yuri Krasilnikov. For the TV audience back on Earth, the TV camera is panning to the right..]
AS16-113-18366 (OF300) ( 180k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18365.
AS16-113-18367 (OF300) ( 164k or 1012k )
Rightward of 18366, showing the Heat Flow Electronics (HFE) package with the drill stem rack and drill beyond the HFE to the right. Farther back on the right we can see the raised handle of the jack with which Charlie removed the deep core. Stone Mountain and the white ejecta blanket of South Ray Crater are in the distance.
AS16-113-18368 (OF300) ( 160k or 864k )
Rightward of 18367, showing the western heat flow drill stem.
AS16-113-18369 (OF300) ( 140k or 744k )
Rightward of 18368, showing the western heat flow hole.
AS16-113-18370 (OF300) ( 100k or 628k )
Rightward of 18369, ending Charlie's ALSEP pan. The magnetometer is in the background at the right.
AS16-113-18371 (OF300) ( 228k or 1100k )
Close-up of the RTG from the south.
AS16-113-18372 (OF300) ( 224k or 1100k )
122:17:51. Close-up of the magnetometer. Charlie told CapCom Tony England that he was unable to deploy the magnetometer sunshade because the attempt moved one of the arms. The sunshade is the roll of gold-foil-covered material on a string suspended between the SW and NW arms of the magnetometer. The level bubble is on top of the body near the north edge.
AS16-113-18373 (OF300) ( 208k or 1200k )
This up-Sun shows that Charlie has successfully deployed the magnetometer sunshade. The RTG and the Central Station are in the background. John is now near the Central Station, possibly doing his last thumper shot.
AS16-113-18374 (OF300) ( 216k or 1100k )
This second up-Sun of the magnetometer is slightly better than 18373.
AS16-113-18375 (OF300) ( 228k or 1100k )
Cross-Sun from the north of the Central Station with the Rover and Stone Mountain in the background.


John borrowed the camera again, and completed the magazine.


AS16-113-18376 (OF300) ( 188k or 964k )

122:43:20 John used the camera to take this up-Sun of the mortar pack.
AS16-113-18377 (OF300) ( 228k or 1100k )
Cross-Sun from the north of the mortar pack. After the astronauts left the Moon, experimenters on Earth sent signals to the mortar pack, via the radio aerial shown here, to launch each of the four grenades. Data from the four firings indicated that, underneath about 12 meters of regolith that covers the site, there is about 70 meters of low-sonic-velocity, poorly consolidated, impact debris on top of the high-velocity basement material.
AS16-113-18378 (OF300) ( 152k or 788k )
This picture of the mortar pack was taken from the northeast and shows the magnetometer in the background.
AS16-113-18378/9 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 852k or 135k )
Red-blue anaglyph by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-113-18379 (OF300) ( 192k or 1000k )
122:42:18. John's photo from the northeast of the mortar package. Charlie Duke offers this description of the scene: "This picture shows the mortar package with the red flag extended and it's facing off parallel to the geophone line. You can't really see the geophone line in the background, but you can see where John walked. That's basically his footprints along the geophone line and it trends off to the northwest. And you can see the spaghetti cable that goes back to the Central Station - not only for the data but also for the power. The magnetometer's in the far background, just over the mortar package. You can see the RTG and Central Station."
AS16-113-18380 (OF300) ( 248k or 1200k )
122:42:55 View of the mortar pack from the southeast. After the astronauts left the Moon, experimenters on Earth sent signals to the mortar pack, via the radio aerial shown here, to launch each of the four grenades. Data from the four firings indicated that, underneath about 12 meters of regolith that covers the site, there is about 70 meters of low-sonic-velocity, poorly consolidated, impact debris on top of the high-velocity basement material. This is one of the last images on this magazine and the upper part of the frame was sunstruck when John changed mags. Sunstruck.
AS16-113-18381 (OF300) ( 236k or 1100k )
122:43:24 John took this cross-Sun picture of one of the thumper imprints.
AS16-113-18382 (OF300) ( 204k or 996k )
Cross-Sun of a thumper imprint. Sunstruck.


Magazine 114/B (Color) Frames 18383-18470

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Initially used by Charlie Duke during EVA-1, albeit with the magazine loaded on John Young's camera. After Charlie finished a series of photos at the ALSEP site, he returned the camera to John, who used it during the rest of the EVA. Also used by John on EVA-2.


AS16-114-18383 (OF300) ( 192k or 1100k )
122:44:35 Charlie has gone to a small crater at the ALSEP site and takes this "before" of his planned sampling area. He is using John's camera while John uses Charlie's to take pictures of the mortar pack and a thumper imprint. Sunstruck.
AS16-114-18384 (OF300) ( 304k or 1600k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18383.
AS16-114-18385 (OF300) ( 232k or 1100k )
Charlie has done some sampling at the small crater at the ALSEP site and took this "after", which also shows his scoop stuck in the ground.
AS16-114-18386 (OF300) ( 256k or 1200k )
Similar to 18385. Note the very deep footprints in the far wall of the crater.
AS16-114-18387 (OF300) ( 140k or 872k )
122:46:09 John is bagging a sample from a small crater behind the Rover at the ALSEP site.
AS16-114-18388 (OF300) ( 132k or 832k )
122:46:09 This picture shows John at the ALSEP site. John is working with a sample bag, using the top of the camera, which is Charlie's, as a work surface. The "LMP" decal can be seen on the top of the camera just back of the lens.


Charlie returned the CDR camera to John.


AS16-114-18389 (OF300) ( 272k or 1300k )

123:29:59 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the Station 1 rake site.
AS16-114-18390 (OF300) ( 300k or 1500k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18389.
AS16-114-18391 (OF300) ( 300k or 1500k )
John stepped back to his left to get this final "before" of the Station 1 rake site.
AS16-114-18392 (OF300) ( 268k or 1300k )
123:34:03 Charlie has done a few swaths with the rake, which we can see beyond the gnomon.
AS16-114-18393 (OF300) ( 256k or 1300k )
Charlie is pulling the rake through the soil in order to collect walnut-sized rocks.
AS16-114-18394 (OF300) ( 256k or 1200k )
AS16-114-18395 (OF300) ( 292k or 1400k )
AS16-114-18396 (OF300) ( 288k or 1400k )
123:37:42 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the second Station 1 sample site.
AS16-114-18397 (OF300) ( 288k or 1400k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18396.
AS16-114-18398 (OF300) ( 216k or 1100k )
Cross-Sun "after" of the second Station 1 sample site. Charlie's statement "I'll move" at 123:40:29 probably comes immediately after this frame.
AS16-114-18399 (OF300) ( 288k or 1400k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18398.
AS16-114-18400 (OF300) ( 276k or 1300k )
123:41:14 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the third Station 1 sample site.
AS16-114-18401 (OF300) ( 304k or 1500k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18400.
AS16-114-18402 (OF300) ( 236k or 1300k )
123:44:41 Cross-Sun "after" of the third Station 1 sample site.
AS16-114-18403 (OF300) ( 260k or 1200k )
This cross-Sun "after" was probably taken after the collection of the soil sample.
AS16-114-18404 (OF300) ( 304k or 1500k )
123:45:28 Cross-Sun from the north of the fourth Station 1 sample site.
AS16-114-18405 (OF300) ( 316k or 1600k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18404.
AS16-114-18406 (OF300) ( 244k or 1200k )
123:47:44 Cross-Sun "after" from the south of the fourth Station 1 sample. The triangle of rocks north of the gnomon can also be seen in the "before" photos. Note that Charlie is kicking up dust with his right foot.
AS16-114-18407 (OF300) ( 276k or 1300k )
Stereo companion to 18406.
AS16-114-18408 (OF300) ( 240k or 1200k )
123:50:47 John took this photo of the fourth Station 1 sample site after they collected a soil sample. The rock under the gnomon can be seen in the "befores".
AS16-114-18409 (OF300) ( 276k or 1300k )
123:55:34 Cross-Sun "after" from the south of the Station 1 trench.
AS16-114-18410 (OF300) ( 248k or 1200k )
Cross-Sun "after" of the Station 1 trench.
AS16-114-18411 (OF300) ( 284k or 1400k )
Cross-Sun "after" of the Station 1 trench.
AS16-114-18412 (OF300) ( 228k or 1200k )
123:57:40 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the partially buried Plum Crater boulder.
AS16-114-18413 (OF300) ( 224k or 1100k )
124:00:45 John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18412.
AS16-114-18414 (OF300) ( 236k or 1200k )
Cross-Sun "after" from the southeast of the partially buried boulder at Plum Crater. John broke off a piece of the rock on the front face, between us and the gray/color scale leg on the gnomon.
AS16-114-18415 (OF300) ( 124k or 796k )
124:02:08 John takes a pan from the partially buried boulder at Plum Crater, starting with this down-Sun. Note the white material that they have exposed in several places.
AS16-114-18416 (OF300) ( 104k or 756k )
Rightward of 18415, with Flag Crater at the right.
AS16-114-18417 (OF300) ( 136k or 820k )
Rightward of 18416.
AS16-114-18418 (OF300) ( 204k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18417.
AS16-114-18419 (OF300) ( 208k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18418, showing the shadowed east wall of Flag Crater.
AS16-114-18420 (OF300) ( 188k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18419, across the partially buried boulder at Plum Crater, with Plum Crater starting to come in at the right.
AS16-114-18421 (OF300) ( 168k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18420, showing the interior of Plum.
AS16-114-18422 (OF300) ( 168k or 956k )
124:02:22 Rightward of 18421. This frame is part of a pan John Young took near the partially-buried boulder on the far rim of Plum Crater from the Rover. It shows most of Plum Crater. Part of the boulder is at the lower left. Note the bench on the east wall of Plum, which may represent the base of the regolith.
AS16-114-18423 (OF300) ( 156k or 908k )
Rightward of 18422, showing Charlie as he watched John take the pan at about 124:03:00. Earlier, at about 124:02:29, Charlie planted the scoop to provide scale in pictures he then took of lineations on the surface.
AS16-114-18423/4 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 429k or 205k )
Red-blue anaglyph combining 18423 and 18424 by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-114-18424 (OF300) ( 152k or 968k )
Rightward of 18423, showing waving to John's camera as can be seen in the TV record at about 124:03:21.
AS16-114-18425 (OF300) ( 212k or 1200k )
Rightward of 18424. After John took 18424, probably while John changed f-stop, Charlie ran to our right to examine some angular fragments, leaving the footprints we see in the picture.
AS16-114-18426 (OF300) ( 192k or 1200k )
Rightward of 18425, showing more of Charlie's footprints.
AS16-114-18427 (OF300) ( 184k or 1100k )
124:02:22 Rightward of 18426. This frame from John Young's Plum Crater pan shows Charlie as he moves to the south to examine some angular blocks. Compare Charlie's current location with the footprints in 18426. He has backtracked a bit, possibly when he turned to face John at about 124:03:51. Stone Mountain is in the background. The small crater on the right edge is about five meters in diameter. The crater in its entirety can be seen in a labelled assembly of the pan and in a labelled detail from an LROC image taken on 12 July 2009. Ken Glover notes that Charlie's SCB seems to be "bulging with samples". Up to this time, they have put thirteen sample bags in Charlie's SCB. During EVA-2, at Station 6 after they've put eleven sample bags in Charlie's SCB, John comments that it's "almost full"
AS16-114-18428 (OF300) ( 160k or 864k )
Rightward of 18427. South Ray Crater is in the background.
AS16-114-18429 (OF300) ( 160k or 960k )
Rightward of 18428.
AS16-114-18430 (OF300) ( 132k or 808k )
Rightward of 18429.
AS16-114-18431 (OF300) ( 76k or 556k )
Rightward of 18430.
AS16-114-18432 (OF300) ( 68k or 568k )
Rightward of 18431, down-Sun ending John's Station 1 pan.
AS16-114-18433 (OF300) ( 104k or 756k )
124:36:15 This is John's "locator" for the Portable Magnetometer deployment at Station 2. John is standing back at the Rover, waiting for the magnetometer to settle down. Note the open gate at the back of the Rover with the rake, two pairs of tongs, and the penetrometer.
AS16-114-18434 (OF300) ( 88k or 648k )
John moved toward the front of the Rover to take this second magnetometer "locator" across the seats. Out of focus. Note the vertical member of the gnomon sticking up out of the gnomon stowage pouch behind John's seat.
AS16-114-18435 (OF300) ( 100k or 756k )
125:23:26 Cross-Sun of the UV Astronomy camera.
AS16-114-18436 (OF300) ( 104k or 760k )
Cross-Sun of the UV Astronomy camera.
AS16-114-18437 (OF300) ( 88k or 696k )
125:24:40 Down-Sun of the UV Astronomy camera from eight feet away.
AS16-114-18438 (OF300) ( 88k or 652k )
Down-Sun of the UV Astronomy camera from eight feet away. Slightly out of focus.
AS16-114-18439 (OF300) ( 164k or 1016k )
Interesting cross-Sun from the south of the UV Astronomy camera, showing Charlie in the background with the Rover and the flag to the left.
AS16-114-18440 (OF300) ( 164k or 1000k )
Cross-Sun of the UV Astronomy camera, showing Charlie in the background.
AS16-114-18441 (OF300) ( 148k or 956k )
John took this picture toward the northwest across the LM shadow.
AS16-114-18442 (OF300) ( 44k or 608k )
This frame does not contain useful data, showing a white horizontal band at the top, a black band below that, then an orange (sunstruck?) band and, finally, a black band at the bottom. John may have advanced the film before removing the magazine from the camera at the end of EVA-1.
AS16-114-18443 (OF300) ( 72k or 912k )
Yellow/orange.


EVA-2 images, from Station 9. Readers should note that the smudges visible on frames 18444 to 18470 at the end of the magazine are most likely on the original film. The scans linked below were made by NASA Johnson from the original film in about 2005-6. Identical smudges appear on scans made from prints and negatives which derive from duplicate negatives made long ago from the original film, probably not long after the film arrived in Houston from the Moon. Because the original film is the only common ancestor, the smudges are necessarily on the orginal film. The fact that the film was in the LM cabin between the time 18443 and 18444 were taken may be significant.


AS16-114-18444 (OF300) ( 148k or 916k )

Stone Mountain, possibly taken at Station 9.
AS16-114-18445 (OF300) ( 212k or 1100k )
149:18:29 Cross-Sun "before" from the northeast of John's "vesicular basalt" sample.
AS16-114-18446 (OF300) ( 200k or 1100k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18445.
AS16-114-18447 (OF300) ( 240k or 1300k )
John took this picture showing his vesicular basalt in the tongs.
AS16-114-18448 (OF300) ( 124k or 844k )
Down-Sun "locator" to the Rover from John's vesicular basalt.
AS16-114-18449 (OF300) ( 92k or 740k )
149:19:42 At the end of EVA-2, John started this ALSEP pan with this down-Sun of his shadow.
AS16-114-18450 (OF300) ( 96k or 756k )
John raised his aim to get the horizon in this down-Sun.
AS16-114-18451 (OF300) ( 132k or 772k )
Rightward of 18450.
AS16-114-18452 (OF300) ( 132k or 768k )
Rightward of 18451.
AS16-114-18453 (OF300) ( 180k or 880k )
Rightward of 18452, showing the front of the Rover with the dustbrush and the open LCRU blankets. Charlie is working with an SCB at his seat.
AS16-114-18454 (OF300) ( 196k or 916k )
Rightward of 18453, showing the left side of the Rover.
AS16-114-18455 (OF300) ( 204k or 1012k )
149:19:42 Rightward of 18454. This frame from John's Station 10/ALSEP pan shows the LM beyond the Rover.
AS16-114-18456 (OF300) ( 168k or 904k )
Rightward of 18455, slightly blurred picture centered on the LM.
AS16-114-18457 (OF300) ( 184k or 976k )
Rightward of 18456, showing the LM at the left side.
AS16-114-18458 (OF300) ( 136k or 880k )
Rightward of 18457, showing the inbound Rover tracks.
AS16-114-18459 (OF300) ( 148k or 916k )
Rightward of 18458.
AS16-114-18460 (OF300) ( 152k or 972k )
Rightward of 18459.
AS16-114-18461 (OF300) ( 152k or 968k )
Rightward of 18460.
AS16-114-18462 (OF300) ( 136k or 888k )
Rightward of 18461.
AS16-114-18463 (OF300) ( 160k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18462, toward Stone Mountain.
AS16-114-18464 (OF300) ( 176k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18463.
AS16-114-18465 (OF300) ( 130k or 924k )
Rightward of 18464, toward South Ray Crater.
AS16-114-18466 (OF300) ( 112k or 796k )
Rightward of 18465.
AS16-114-18467 (OF300) ( 96k or 740k )
149:21:08 Rightward of 18466, showing the Central Station at the right side, ends John's ALSEP pan.
AS16-114-18468 (OF300) ( 112k or 860k )
149:24:21 UV Astronomy camera at the LM.
AS16-114-18469 (OF300) ( 152k or 988k )
UV Astronomy camera at the LM.
AS16-114-18470 (OF300) ( 152k or 960k )
UV Astronomy camera at the LM.


Magazine 115/D (Color) Frames 18471-18562

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-2.


AS16-115-18471 (OF300) ( 88k or 628k )
148:24:47 Lightstruck picture of the LRV handcontroller. John is on the other side of the Rover and is also changing film magazines.
AS16-115-18472 (OF300) ( 116k or 820k )
John is putting a film magazine in his camera at Station 9. Note the other film magazines in the cloth-enclosed storage area under John's seat. The magazines are quite large because they each hold about 180 frames of 70-mm film. Under John's camera, we can see his sample bag dispenser and, also, the "Red Apple" he would pull to activate his purge valve in an emergency.
AS16-115-18473 (OF300) ( 88k or 660k )
148:29:51 Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18474 (OF300) ( 100k or 716k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18475 (OF300) ( 108k or 740k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18476 (OF300) ( 132k or 856k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18477 (OF300) ( 100k or 636k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18478 (OF300) ( 112k or 684k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18479 (OF300) ( 104k or 660k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18480 (OF300) ( 108k or 720k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18481 (OF300) ( 100k or 652k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18482 (OF300) ( 136k or 876k )
148:32:40 Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10. This picture may show the subdued crater Charlie mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-115-18483 (OF300) ( 136k or 844k )
148:33:43 Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10, showing the buried boulder that Charlie mentions in the dialog. Bailey and Ulrich believe that the boulder is shown in 18486 rather than in this picture.
AS16-115-18484 (OF300) ( 116k or 764k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18485 (OF300) ( 132k or 844k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18486 (OF300) ( 124k or 760k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18487 (OF300) ( 116k or 776k )
148:35:42 Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10, showing some angular blocks that Charlie says remind him of some they sampled at Station 8. Similar blocks can be seen in 18489 and 18491.
AS16-115-18488 (OF300) ( 108k or 764k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18489 (OF300) ( 128k or 872k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18490 (OF300) ( 112k or 752k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18491 (OF300) ( 104k or 700k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18492 (OF300) ( 124k or 792k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10, showing what may be some small, primary impact craters surrounded by regolith breccia or, as it is more graphically known, instant rock.
AS16-115-18493 (OF300) ( 124k or 840k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18494 (OF300) ( 112k or 736k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18495 (OF300) ( 124k or 796k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18496 (OF300) ( 112k or 712k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18497 (OF300) ( 100k or 676k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18498 (OF300) ( 100k or 660k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18499 (OF300) ( 104k or 676k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18500 (OF300) ( 100k or 644k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18501 (OF300) ( 88k or 616k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18502 (OF300) ( 88k or 588k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10, toward the northeast and Smoky Mountain.
AS16-115-18503 (OF300) ( 112k or 740k )
148:41:11 Charlie suggested to John that he turn the Rover in the circle so that Charlie could take a Rover pan. The Apollo 17 crew also used this technique to good advantage. The Rover pan started either with this frame or with 18502. This frame is up-Sun.
AS16-115-18504 (OF300) ( 100k or 692k )
Rover pan, showing the left flank of Stone Mountain.
AS16-115-18505 (OF300) ( 132k or 884k )
Rover pan showing the right flank of Stone Mountain and, centered in the foreground, possibly the "sink" that Charlie describes.
AS16-115-18506 (OF300) ( 132k or 876k )
Rover pan.
AS16-115-18507 (OF300) ( 108k or 676k )
Rover pan.
AS16-115-18508 (OF300) ( 120k or 748k )
Rover pan.
AS16-115-18509 (OF300) ( 132k or 820k )
Rover pan.
AS16-115-18510 (OF300) ( 128k or 800k )
Rover pan.
AS16-115-18511 (OF300) ( 120k or 780k )
Rover pan.
AS16-115-18512 (OF300) ( 108k or 804k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18513 (OF300) ( 116k or 780k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18514 (OF300) ( 132k or 844k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18515 (OF300) ( 128k or 840k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18516 (OF300) ( 116k or 812k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18517 (OF300) ( 116k or 788k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18518 (OF300) ( 132k or 860k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18519 (OF300) ( 108k or 784k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18520 (OF300) ( 108k or 736k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18521 (OF300) ( 120k or 812k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18522 (OF300) ( 108k or 708k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18523 (OF300) ( 128k or 848k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18524 (OF300) ( 128k or 776k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18525 (OF300) ( 104k or 768k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18526 (OF300) ( 132k or 876k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18527 (OF300) ( 84k or 664k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18528 (OF300) ( 128k or 892k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18529 (OF300) ( 108k or 756k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18530 (OF300) ( 108k or 732k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18531 (OF300) ( 116k or 796k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18532 (OF300) ( 120k or 808k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18533 (OF300) ( 124k or 816k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18534 (OF300) ( 132k or 880k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18535 (OF300) ( 120k or 788k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18536 (OF300) ( 112k or 708k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18537 (OF300) ( 88k or 640k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18538 (OF300) ( 108k or 736k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18539 (OF300) ( 124k or 796k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18540 (OF300) ( 120k or 792k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18541 (OF300) ( 112k or 808k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18542 (OF300) ( 104k or 692k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18543 (OF300) ( 112k or 760k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18544 (OF300) ( 108k or 732k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18545 (OF300) ( 92k or 708k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18546 (OF300) ( 100k or 728k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18547 (OF300) ( 96k or 704k )
148:51:51 Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10, showing the top of the LM visible over the front of the TV camera body. Note that the navigation system failed during the return drive and, since their outbound Rover tracks are out of sight to the east, John used horizon features to guide himself. The fact that he is pointed right at the LM is a testament to his skill.
AS16-115-18548 (OF300) ( 104k or 712k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18549 (OF300) ( 104k or 712k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10, showing most of the LM.
AS16-115-18550 (OF300) ( 112k or 736k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18551 (OF300) ( 116k or 784k )
148:52:55 Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10. Charlie asked John to turn slightly to the right so that he could get this picture of the LM.
AS16-115-18552 (OF300) ( 120k or 780k )
148:52:55 Charlie took this picture toward the ALSEP site as he and John approached at the end of EVA-2.
AS16-115-18553 (OF300) ( 104k or 704k )
Traverse from Station 9 to Station 10.
AS16-115-18554 (OF300) ( 16k or 172k )
Blank.
AS16-115-18555 (OF300) ( 100k or 660k )
148:57:47 Charlie took this picture at the back of the Rover prior to driving the double core at the ALSEP site. Note the rock that is just right and below center, with a smaller rock in front of it, is at the upper left in 18557.
AS16-115-18556 (OF300) ( 100k or 656k )
Similar to 18555.
AS16-115-18557 (OF300) ( 204k or 1000k )
149:01:43 Cross-Sun from the south of the double core at the ALSEP at the end of EVA-2. Charlie has pushed the first section of the core in about 2/3 of the way by hand. The rock at the upper left may be the one below center and to the right in 18555. John is in the background.
AS16-115-18558 (OF300) ( 256k or 1300k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18557.
AS16-115-18559 (OF300) ( 72k or 608k )
149:22:06 Charlie was at the LM at the end of EVA-2 when he took this picture of John on the Rover as he prepared to drive back from the ALSEP site.
AS16-115-18560 (OF300) ( 60k or 524k )
John is on the Rover preparing to drive back from the ALSEP site.
AS16-115-18561 (OF300) ( 64k or 528k )
John is on the Rover preparing to drive back from the ALSEP site.
AS16-115-18562 (OF300) ( 68k or 552k )
John is on the Rover preparing to drive back from the ALSEP site.


Magazine 116/E (Color) Frames 18563-18724

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Loaded on John's camera for EVA-3, but initially used by Charlie Duke.


AS16-116-18563 (OF300) ( 84k or 624k )
165:55:34 Charlie starts a pan at the LM with this down-Sun which shows a large breccia beyond his helmet shadow. He is using John's camera.
AS16-116-18564 (OF300) ( 84k or 620k )
Charlie may have stepped to his right after taking 18563. Otherwise, the two pictures are similar.
AS16-116-18565 (OF300) ( 84k or 648k )
Rightward of 11564, showing Rover tracks coming back from the ALSEP.
AS16-116-18566 (OF300) ( 100k or 736k )
Rightward of 11565.
AS16-116-18567 (OF300) ( 104k or 724k )
Rightward of 11566.
AS16-116-18568 (OF300) ( 124k or 824k )
Rightward of 11567.
AS16-116-18569 (OF300) ( 136k or 860k )
Rightward of 11568.
AS16-116-18570 (OF300) ( 140k or 868k )
Rightward of 11569.
AS16-116-18571 (OF300) ( 140k or 964k )
Rightward of 11570.
AS16-116-18572 (OF300) ( 168k or 984k )
Rightward of 11571.
AS16-116-18573 (OF300) ( 192k or 1100k )
Rightward of 11572, showing the Solar Wind Collector. Note the bright spot on the ground created by sunlight reflected off the SWC.
AS16-116-18574 (OF300) ( 168k or 976k )
165:55:34 Rightward of 11573. This frame is from a pan Charlie took at the LM at the start of EVA-3. It shows the Solar Wind Collector and the U.S. flag.
AS16-116-18575 (OF300) ( 164k or 948k )
165:55:34 Frame from Charlie's pan. Rightward of 11574, showing John working at the Rover.
AS16-116-18576 (OF300) ( 176k or 1000k )
165:55:34 Frame from Charlie's pan. Rightward of 11575. John is working at the Rover. On the lefthand side of the image, the Rover tracks emphasize the undulations in the terrain.
AS16-116-18577 (OF300) ( 188k or 1100k )
165:55:34 Frame from Charlie's pan. Rightward of 11576. John at the Rover. View of the MESA.
AS16-116-18578 (OF300) ( 176k or 1000k )
165:55:34 Frame from Charlie's pan. Rightward of 11577. Up-Sun showing the LM and the Rover the MESA is to the left of the ladder and the UV camera is to the right. Elements of the Rover deployment hardware can be seen behind the UV camera.
AS16-116-18579 (OF300) ( 192k or 1100k )
165:55:34 Rightward of 11578. Up-Sun of the front of the LM. Note that both the plus-Y (left) and minus-Y (right) probes are to the left (north) of their respective footpads. This would normally suggest that LM was drifting toward the south at touchdown, but John and Charlie state that the LM came straight down, with only a slight amount of forward motion.
AS16-116-18580 (OF300) ( 196k or 1100k )
Rightward of 11579.
AS16-116-18581 (OF300) ( 184k or 1100k )
Rightward of 11580.
AS16-116-18582 (OF300) ( 164k or 960k )
Rightward of 11581.
AS16-116-18583 (OF300) ( 164k or 988k )
Rightward of 11582.
AS16-116-18584 (OF300) ( 164k or 968k )
Rightward of 11583.
AS16-116-18585 (OF300) ( 168k or 996k )
Rightward of 11584.
AS16-116-18586 (OF300) ( 148k or 892k )
Rightward of 11585, showing the western flank of Stone Mountain. Note that South Ray Crater is hidden by an intervening ridge.
AS16-116-18587 (OF300) ( 148k or 892k )
Rightward of 11586.
AS16-116-18588 (OF300) ( 136k or 844k )
Rightward of 11587.
AS16-116-18589 (OF300) ( 128k or 812k )
Rightward of 11588.
AS16-116-18590 (OF300) ( 100k or 684k )
Rightward of 11589.
AS16-116-18591 (OF300) ( 96k or 696k )
165:56:54 Rightward of 11590, ending Charlie's LM pan at the start of EVA-3.


John retrieved the CDR camera, probably before he and Charlie started the traverse.


AS16-116-18592 (OF300) ( 100k or 752k )

166:49:06 John started a pan at Station 11 with this near-surface down-Sun.
AS16-116-18593 (OF300) ( 96k or 756k )
Similar to 18592.
AS16-116-18594 (OF300) ( 108k or 828k )
John raised his aim to show the white boulders at Station 11.
AS16-116-18595 (OF300) ( 124k or 816k )
Rightward of 18594, showing the fall-off into North Ray Crater at the right side.
AS16-116-18596 (OF300) ( 120k or 924k )
Rightward of 18595.
AS16-116-18597 (OF300) ( 112k or 784k )
Rightward of 18596.
AS16-116-18598 (OF300) ( 188k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18597.
AS16-116-18599(OF300) ( 168k or 960k )
Rightward of 18598, showing the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-116-18600 (OF300) ( 208k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18599.
AS16-116-18601 (OF300) ( 176k or 936k )
Rightward of 18600, showing the east wall of North Ray Crater.
AS16-116-18602 (OF300) ( 208k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18601.
AS16-116-18603 (OF300) ( 184k or 1100k )
166:49:06 Rightward of 18602. View of House Rock from John's Station 11 pan. Smoky Mountain in the background.
AS16-116-18604 (OF300) ( 188k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18603.
AS16-116-18605 (OF300) ( 216k or 1200k )
Rightward of 18604.
AS16-116-18606 (OF300) ( 184k or 1004k )
Rightward of 18605, showing the Rover.
AS16-116-18607 (OF300) ( 176k or 1000k )
166:49:06 Rightward of 18606. This frame is part of a pan John took at the rim of North Ray Crater. It shows Charlie as he gets the 500-mm camera out from under John's Rover seat. Al Bean used this photograph as the basis of one of his paintings, adding John at the right side.
AS16-116-18608 (OF300) ( 144k or 1012k )
Rightward of 18607.
AS16-116-18609 (OF300) ( 140k or 1004k )
Rightward of 18608.
AS16-116-18610 (OF300) ( 128k or 880k )
Rightward of 18609.
AS16-116-18611 (OF300) ( 112k or 820k )
Rightward of 18610, showing the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-116-18612 (OF300) ( 120k or 860k )
Rightward of 18611, showing the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-116-18613 (OF300) ( 136k or 844k )
Rightward of 18612, showing the interior of North Ray Crater.
AS16-116-18614 (OF300) ( 224k or 1100k )
Rightward of 18613, ending John's Station 11 pan.
AS16-116-18615 (OF300) ( 136k or 928k )
167:02:56 John used his own camera to take this down-Sun "before" of his first sample at Station 11. He has an SCB in the photo for scale.
AS16-116-18616 (OF300) ( 240k or 1300k )
Cross-Sun from the north of John's first Station 11 sample.
AS16-116-18617 (OF300) ( 236k or 1300k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18616.
AS16-116-18618 (OF300) ( 220k or 1200k )
"After" photo of John's first Station 11 sample.
AS16-116-18619 (OF300) ( 132k or 964k )
167:09:11 Down-Sun "before" of the black clast in one of the white boulders. He uses the scoop to give scale.
AS16-116-18620 (OF300) ( 164k or 1100k )
John moved two or three steps to his right to get this picture of the white boulder.
AS16-116-18621 (OF300) ( 264k or 1400k )
Cross-Sun from the north of the white boulder at Station 11.
AS16-116-18622 (OF300) ( 244k or 1300k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18621.
AS16-116-18623 (OF300) ( 216k or 1200k )
"After" photo of the black clast in the white boulder at Station 11.
AS16-116-18624 (OF300) ( 136k or 1020k )
167:11:20 Down-Sun of the secondary crater John describes at Station 11.
AS16-116-18625 (OF300) ( 132k or 984k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18624.
AS16-116-18626 (OF300) ( 228k or 1200k )
Cross-Sun from the north of the Station 11 secondary.
AS16-116-18627 (OF300) ( 192k or 1100k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18626.
AS16-116-18628 (OF300) ( 248k or 1300k )
"After" of the secondary sample.
AS16-116-18629 (OF300) ( 204k or 1100k )
167:19:49 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the rake site near the white boulders at Station 11.
AS16-116-18630 (OF300) ( 196k or 1100k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18629.
AS16-116-18631 (OF300) ( 156k or 1008k )
Down-Sun of the Station 11 rake site near the white boulders.
AS16-116-18632 (OF300) ( 136k or 952k )
167:23:37 "Before" of the fillet sample site next to a white boulder at Station 11. Charlie's tongs are stuck in the ground.
AS16-116-18633 (OF300) ( 144k or 980k )
John moved in closer to get this down-Sun "after" of the fillet sample.
AS16-116-18634 (OF300) ( 232k or 1200k )
167:27:38 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of John's crystalline rock.
AS16-116-18635 (OF300) ( 224k or 1200k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18634.
AS16-116-18636 (OF300) ( 116k or 804k )
Down-Sun "before" of John's crystalline rock.
AS16-116-18637 (OF300) ( 200k or 1100k )
167:28:59 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the soil sample.
AS16-116-18638 (OF300) ( 184k or 1000k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18637.
AS16-116-18639 (OF300) ( 268k or 1400k )
"After" of the soil sample, which was taken to the right of the tongs.
AS16-116-18640 (OF300) ( 276k or 1400k )
"After" of the rake sample.
AS16-116-18641 (OF300) ( 248k or 1300k )
167:33:03 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the second rake sample.
AS16-116-18642 (OF300) ( 240k or 1200k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18641.
AS16-116-18643 (OF300) ( 296k or 1500k )
167:34:27 "After" of the second rake sample.
AS16-116-18644 (OF300) ( 264k or 1400k )
167:37:52 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the sample collected midway between the Rover and House Rock.
AS16-116-18645 (OF300) ( 256k or 1400k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18644.
AS16-116-18646 (OF300) ( 216k or 1200k )
167:39:14 "After" of the rake sample taken midway between the Rover and House Rock.
AS16-116-18647 (OF300) ( 192k or 1000k )
167:45:03 Charlie is pointing to a sample location on the face of Outhouse Rock. Note that he has his pack of sample bags hooked to his finger.
AS16-116-18648 (OF300) ( 176k or 976k )
Similar to 18647, showing detail of Charlie's camera.
AS16-116-18649 (OF300) ( 212k or 1200k )
167:45:03 Similar to 18647 and 48. Best of the three. Charlie is pointing to a sample location on the face of Outhouse Rock. Note that he has a pack of sample bags hooked to his finger. Note that the shadow of the sample bags is orange. This is normal for sunlit transmitted thru the translucent Teflon film from which the bags are made. The photo is sharp enough that we can confirm that Charlie has magazine K ("Kilo") on his Hasselblad and that his checklist is open to pages LMP-30 and LMP-31.
AS16-116-18650 (OF300) ( 184k or 1000k )
Showing the rake leaned up against Outhouse Rock.
AS16-116-18651 (OF300) ( 216k or 1200k )
Showing a shatter cone in Outhouse Rock, just above the rake handle.
AS16-116-18652 (OF300) ( 208k or 1200k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18651.
AS16-116-18653 (OF300) ( 196k or 1100k )
167:45:27 John took this down-Sun of the shatter-cone area of Outhouse Rock. Charlie has the hammer in his left hand and has to Rake leaning against the boulder. Note the pack of individual sample bags that Charlie has hooked to his little finger. Good detail of his Hasselblad, including the orange 'LMP decal. Good detail of the strap on pocket on his lower right leg.
AS16-116-18654 (OF300) ( 168k or 1100k )
167:58:09 Down-Sun "before" of the sample John collected on the way back from House Rock.
AS16-116-18655 (OF300) ( 172k or 1100k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18654. Note that this picture was taken perpendicular to the line of footprints.
AS16-116-18656 (OF300) ( 192k or 1100k )
Cross-Sun "before". Note that this photo was taken parallel to the line of footprints.
AS16-116-18657 (OF300) ( 176k or 1100k )
Stereo companion to 18656, showing the Rover in the background. Note that the absence of a gnomon makes it much more difficult to compare features in successive photographs.
AS16-116-18658 (OF300) ( 264k or 1400k )
168:02:58 "Before" of John's second sample collected during the return from House Rock.
AS16-116-18659 (OF300) ( 260k or 1400k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18658.
AS16-116-18660 (OF300) ( 164k or 992k )
Cross-Sun "locator" with Charlie in the background at the Rover.
AS16-116-18661 (OF300) ( 252k or 1400k )
168:24:29 Cross-Sun from the south of the first Station 13 sample. Note that they have put the gnomon legs in the photograph.
AS16-116-18662 (OF300) ( 280k or 1500k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18661.
AS16-116-18663 (OF300) ( 172k or 1020k )
168:25:50 Cross-Sun from the south of the rake sample at Station 13. Charlie is using the rake.
AS16-116-18664 (OF300) ( 200k or 1100k )
168:25:50 John's second cross-Sun from the south, showing Charlie raking at Station 13.
AS16-116-18665 (OF300) ( 232k or 1300k )
John has moved around to the north side of Charlie, who is now south of the gnomon as he rakes. (check the TV).
AS16-116-18666 (OF300) ( 256k or 1400k )
John moved back to the south of Charlie as he rakes.
AS16-116-18667 (OF300) ( 260k or 1400k )
168:27:31 Cross-Sun "after" from the south of the Station 13 rake site, taken after they collected a soil sample.
AS16-116-18668 (OF300) ( 160k or 976k )
168:33:46 "locator" for the magnetometer taken past the Rover gate at Station 13.
AS16-116-18669 (OF300) ( 172k or 996k )
Magnetometer "locator" taken across the right front wheel of the Rover.
AS16-116-18670 (OF300) ( 156k or 908k )
168:36:09 Charlie ran out of film before he could get a soil sample from under Shadow Rock. Charlie is leaning on the rock as he gets the sample.
AS16-116-18671 (OF300) ( 164k or 928k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18670.
AS16-116-18672 (OF300) ( 108k or 856k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-116-18673 (OF300) ( 92k or 816k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-116-18674 (OF300) ( 100k or 792k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-116-18675 (OF300) ( 112k or 824k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, similar to Charlie's photo AS16-117-18794.
AS16-116-18676 (OF300) ( 116k or 908k )
169:11:46 John turned the Rover to get the LM out from behind the high-gain antenna mast.
AS16-116-18677 (OF300) ( 132k or 920k )
AS16-116-18678 (OF300) ( 128k or 944k )
John took this picture of the LM from about the same place that Charlie took AS16-117-18797.
AS16-116-18679 (OF300) ( 132k or 952k )
LM.
AS16-116-18680 (OF300) ( 120k or 868k )
Similar to Charlie's photo AS16-117-18799.
AS16-116-18681 (OF300) ( 180k or 1000k )
169:22:29 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the Station 10 Prime rake sample site.
AS16-116-18682 (OF300) ( 148k or 912k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18681.
AS16-116-18683 (OF300) ( 248k or 1300k )
169:24:25 Cross-Sun "after" of the Station 10 Prime rake site.
AS16-116-18684 (OF300) ( 292k or 1500k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18683.
AS16-116-18685 (OF300) ( 272k or 1400k )
169:27:23 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the second Station 10 Prime rake site.
AS16-116-18686 (OF300) ( 256k or 1300k )
John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18685.
AS16-116-18687 (OF300) ( 280k or 1400k )
169:29:48 "After" of the second Station 10 Prime rake site.
AS16-116-18688 (OF300) ( k or k )
"After" for the rake-soil sample.
AS16-116-18689 (OF300) ( 248k or 1200k )
169:31:45 Up-Sun "before" of a rock at Station 10 Prime.
AS16-116-18690 (OF300) ( 224k or 1100k )
169:31:45 Stereo companion to 18689. John took this cross-Sun right after Charlie hit the boulder with hammer to try to break a sample loose. Charlie may be using the rake to steady himself.
AS16-116-18691 (OF300) ( 280k or 1400k )
The sample appears to have come from the lower right corner in this "after".
AS16-116-18692 (OF300) ( 216k or 1100k )
"After".
AS16-116-18693 (OF300) ( 208k or 1100k )
"After".
AS16-116-18694 (OF300) ( 260k or 1300k )
169:33:15 Cross-Sun "before" from the south of the glass ball at Station 10 Prime. The glass ball is above and to the right of the gray scale gnomon leg.
AS16-116-18695 (OF300) ( 208k or 1100k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18694.
AS16-116-18696 (OF300) ( 176k or 1000k )
"locator" to the Rover. Charlie is assembling a double core.
AS16-116-18697 (OF300) ( 144k or 852k )
169:37:02 Charlie pushed the first section of the double core about 3/4 in and realized that he didn't have his camera to take a documentary photo. John turned and got this picture from the front of the Rover.
AS16-116-18698 (OF300) ( 160k or 1000k )
John joined Charlie and took this close-up of the partially-driven double core.
AS16-116-18699 (OF300) ( 132k or 908k )
169:37:52 Down-Sun "after" of the double core at Station 10 Prime. Charlie has driven both sections into the ground and is holding the hammer.
AS16-116-18700 (OF300) ( 104k or 760k )
Stereo companion to 18699.
AS16-116-18701 (OF300) ( 208k or 1200k )
169:42:20 Cross-Sun from the north of John's breccia.
AS16-116-18702 (OF300) ( 204k or 1100k )
John stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18701.
AS16-116-18703 (OF300) ( 228k or 1200k )
Up-Sun of John's breccia.
AS16-116-18704 (OF300) ( 212k or 1100k )
"After" of John's breccia.
AS16-116-18705 (OF300) ( 248k or 1200k )
169:45:49 "Before" of the John's white rock.
AS16-116-18706 (OF300) ( 240k or 1200k )
John stepped back and to his right to get this stereo companion to 18705.
AS16-116-18707 (OF300) ( 172k or 960k )
John stepped further back to get a third photo of the white rock. Slightly out of focus.
AS16-116-18708 (OF300) ( 140k or 832k )
UV Astronomy camera.
AS16-116-18709 (OF300) ( 124k or 752k )
This picture shows Charlie at the Rover near the LM.
AS16-116-18710 (OF300) ( 260k or 1400k )
170:36:16 This is the first rock that Charlie noticed at the VIP site that he thought would be suitable to put on top of the LPM. He ultimately decided that it was too large to put in a sample bag for the return to Earth.
AS16-116-18711 (OF300) ( 276k or 1400k )
Stereo companion to 18710.
AS16-116-18712 (OF300) ( 276k or 1500k )
This is the rock Charlie finally collected to put on top of the LPM.
AS16-116-18713 (OF300) ( 304k or 1600k )
Stereo companion to 18712.
AS16-116-18714 (OF300) ( 116k or 736k )
170:41:01 LPM "locator" past the back of the Rover.
AS16-116-18715 (OF300) ( 104k or 632k )
170:41:01 John stepped to his left to get this stereo companion to 18714. LPM "locator" past the back of the Rover at the VIP site. The LPM is beyond the LM edge of the gate and the LM is in the background. The penetrometer minus the recording drum, is at the near edge of the LRV Aft Pallet behind the seats.
AS16-116-18716 (OF300) ( 92k or 612k )
170:41:01 Similar to 18715. LPM "locator" over the Rover seats. Note the dust on the armrest just aft of the handcontroller and the rock John placed on Charlie's seat. The ALSEP site is in the distance on the left.
AS16-116-18717 (OF300) ( 140k or 864k )
170:42:13 Showing Charlie as he brushed off the left-side battery mirror.
AS16-116-18718 (OF300) ( 160k or 932k )
Charlie is at the front of the Rover. The battery covers are open.
AS16-116-18719 (OF300) ( 160k or 924k )
Charlie at the front of the Rover. A detail shows the TV camera without its sunshield.
AS16-116-18720 (OF300) ( 148k or 944k )
170:46:03 Sunstruck cross-Sun, showing the LPM with the rock on top.
AS16-116-18721 (OF300) ( 188k or 1000k )
Cross-Sun from the north of the LPM with the rock on top.
AS16-116-18722 (OF300) ( 92k or 728k )
170:47:16 LPM from the back of the Rover. Charlie is in the sun glare, near the LM. This is "one of the great moments" because Charlie is urinating.
AS16-116-18723 (OF300) ( 100k or 788k )
This is one of two pictures John took on the way back to the LM from the VIP site. Charlie is near the MESA. The RTG fuel cask can be seen on the left side of the LM.
AS16-116-18724 (OF300) ( 80k or 584k )
Charlie at the LM.


Magazine 117/F (Color) Frames 18725-18856

Unless otherwise noted, all images processed by Kipp Teague from raw scans provided by NASA Johnson. Images labeled "OF300" are from the original film and are presented at the equivalent of 300 DPI on an 7.5 inch by 7.5 inch reproduction.
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used by Charlie Duke during EVA-3.


AS16-117-18726 (OF300) ( 104k or 718k )
Having changed film magazines at Station 13, Charlie took this test frame at the Rover.
AS16-117-18727 (OF300) ( 204k or 1062k )
"After" of the sample taken from under Shadow Rock.
AS16-117-18728 (OF300) ( 169k or 940k )
Charlie stepped to his right as he took a flightline stereo of the base of Shadow Rock.
AS16-117-18729 (OF300) ( 185k or 999k )
168:38:02 This is a frame from a flightline stereo Charlie took of the base of Shadow Rock.
AS16-117-18730 (OF300) ( 163k or 964k )
Charlie stepped further right to finish this flightline stereo of the base of Shadow Rock.
AS16-117-18731 (OF300) ( 96k or 756k )
168:46:33 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18732 (OF300) ( 107k or 740k )
168:47:31 Charlie's second photo taken during the traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18733 (OF300) ( 89k or 679k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18734 (OF300) ( 103k or 756k )
168:47:31 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18735 (OF300) ( 120k or 828k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18736 (OF300) ( 123k or 829k )
168:47:31 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. The small crater to the left of the TV camera appears to be filled with regolith breccia, also known as "instant rock".
AS16-117-18737 (OF300) ( 124k or 849k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18738 (OF300) ( 135k or 901k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18739 (OF300) ( 111k or 804k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18740 (OF300) ( 95k or 698k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18741 (OF300) ( 90k or 706k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18742 (OF300) ( 111 or 791k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18743 (OF300) ( 121k or 823k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18744 (OF300) ( 94k or 732k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18745 (OF300) ( 73k or 601k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18746 (OF300) ( 91k or 689k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18747 (OF300) ( 120k or 851k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18748 (OF300) ( 95k or 680k )
168:53:42 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing the rise up to the rim of Palmetto Crater at the right. Dot Crater may be two fiducials to the right of center and 0.5 fiducials up.
AS16-117-18749 (OF300) ( 106k or 757k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18750 (OF300) ( 92k or 690k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18751 (OF300) ( 99k or 749k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18752 (OF300) ( 100k or 730k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. A detail shows the sunshield. The adhesive Velcro holding it to the front of the lens barrel has probably failed by this time.
AS16-117-18753 (OF300) ( 102k or 779k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18754 (OF300) ( 99k or 767k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18755 (OF300) ( 106k or 786k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18756 (OF300) ( 101k or 776k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18757 (OF300) ( 102k or 766k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18758 (OF300) ( 106k or 779k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18759 (OF300) ( 96k or 734k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18760 (OF300) ( 90k or 704k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18761 (OF300) ( 88k or 703k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18762 (OF300) ( 83k or 665k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing some blocky ejecta as they approach the rim of Palmetto Crater.
AS16-117-18763 (OF300) ( 80k or 666k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18764 (OF300) ( 111k or 810k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18765 (OF300) ( 83k or 609k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing South Ray Crater in the background. Palmetto Crater fills most of the frame but is largely washed out in this down-Sun photo. Part of the inner slope can be seen to the left of the TV camera.
AS16-117-18766 (OF300) ( 110k or 723k )
169:01:07 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Rover pan at Palmetto Crater. John is turning the Rover in a counter-clockwise circle.
AS16-117-18767 (OF300) ( 95k or 662k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Rover pan at Palmetto Crater.
AS16-117-18768 (OF300) ( 86k or 656k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Rover pan at Palmetto Crater, down-Sun.
AS16-117-18769 (OF300) ( 76k or 613k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Rover pan at Palmetto Crater.
AS16-117-18770 (OF300) ( 88k or 663k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Rover pan at Palmetto Crater, showing the south and east rims.
AS16-117-18771 (OF300) ( 103k or 687k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Rover pan at Palmetto Crater, showing South Ray Crater in the background.
AS16-117-18772 (OF300) ( 100k or 690k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18773 (OF300) ( 99k or 685k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18774 (OF300) ( 92k or 621k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18775 (OF300) ( 76k or 594k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18776 (OF300) ( 76k or 600k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18777 (OF300) ( 67k or 556k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18778 (OF300) ( 98k or 664k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18779 (OF300) ( 103k or 733k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18780 (OF300) ( 110k or 764k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18781 (OF300) ( 110k or 754k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18782 (OF300) ( 105k or 696k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18783 (OF300) ( 98k or 658k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18784 (OF300) ( 83k or 573k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18785 (OF300) ( 115k or 772k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18786 (OF300) ( 98k or 726k )
169:08:50 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing the 200-meter rimless crater mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-117-18787 (OF300) ( 82k or 624k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing the 200-meter rimless crater mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-117-18788 (OF300) ( 81k or 624k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing the 200-meter rimless crater mentioned in the dialog.
AS16-117-18789 (OF300) ( 77k or 598k )
169:09:42 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing a small, glass-bottomed primary crater.
AS16-117-18790 (OF300) ( 104k or 688k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18791 (OF300) ( 88k or 619k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18792 (OF300) ( 82k or 613k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18793 (OF300) ( 88k or 595k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18794 (OF300) ( 108k or 736k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime. Note the sharp turn that John made to skirt a crater on the north bound traverse. John took a very similar photo, AS16-116-18675.
AS16-117-18795 (OF300) ( 105k or 710k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18796 (OF300) ( 119k or 771k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18797 (OF300) ( 119k or 783k )
169:13:33 Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing the LM. Good view of the darkened Rover tracks heading west toward the ALSEP site and south toward Station 4.
AS16-117-18798 (OF300) ( 99k or 669k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime, showing the LM.
AS16-117-18799 (OF300) ( 125k or 822k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18800 (OF300) ( 114k or 804k )
Traverse from Station 13 to 10 Prime.
AS16-117-18801 (OF300) ( 88k or 759k )
169:10:00 Charlie starts a pan at Station 10 Prime with this near-surface down-Sun. The Time is 19:13 GMT/UTC on 23 April 1971.
AS16-117-18802 (OF300) ( 92k or 790k )
Down-Sun horizon shot.
AS16-117-18803 (OF300) ( 98k or 809k )
Near-surface down-Sun.
AS16-117-18804 (OF300) ( 82k or 718k )
Rightward of 18803.
AS16-117-18805 (OF300) ( 81k or 690k )
Rightward of 18804.
AS16-117-18806 (OF300) ( 94k or 735k )
Rightward of 18805.
AS16-117-18807 (OF300) ( 106k or 775k )
Rightward of 18806.
AS16-117-18808 (OF300) ( 124k or 881k )
Rightward of 18807.
AS16-117-18809 (OF300) ( 139k or 942k )
Rightward of 18808.
AS16-117-18810 (OF300) ( 149k or 944k )
Rightward of 18809.
AS16-117-18811 (OF300) ( 143k or 897k )
Rightward of 18810.
AS16-117-18812 (OF300) ( 129k or 836k )
Rightward of 18811.
AS16-117-18813 (OF300) ( 147k or 1000k )
Rightward of 18812.
AS16-117-18814 (OF300) ( 136k or 893k )
Rightward of 18813, showing the LM.
AS16-117-18815 (OF300) ( 149k or 961k )
169:10:00 Rightward of 18814, showing the LM. Journal Contributor Dominique Caudron notes that Charlie caught Venus just over the eastern horizon in this photo and the next two. Journal Contributor Yuri Krasilnikov has created an animation from details from the three frames. At the time Charlie took the pan, 1904 GMT/UTC on 23 April 1972, the Sun's azimuth and elevation were 80.5 and 46.9 degress, respectively and Venus's were 84.2 and 2.3 degrees. A vertical slice thru the photo shows shadow orientations in the foreground. Note that Venus was also captured in a number of images taken by Al Shepard during Apollo 14.
AS16-117-18815/6 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 628k or 101k )
Red-blue anaglyph by Erik van Meijgaarden.
AS16-117-18816 (OF300) ( 136k or 885k )
169:19:42 Charlie Duke's Station 10 Prime pan. Rightward of 18815, showing the LM and the back of the Rover. Station 10 Prime is north of the spacecraft.
AS16-117-18816/8 LM/Rover Portrait ( 408k )
Jim Murray has combined these two images and has largely removed the effects of sunlight reflected in the lens to produce a striking up-Sun view.
AS16-117-18817 (OF300) ( 123k or 782k )
Rightward of 18816, showing the condition of the magnetometer ribbon cable.
AS16-117-18818 (OF300) ( 128k or 738k )
169:19:42 Rightward of 18817. Frame from Charlie Duke's Station 10 Prime pan, showing John Young aligning the high-gain antenna. The object at the upper left that includes an arc of white spots is the rake basket under unusual lighting conditions. The magnetometer tripod is next right with its ref/orange ribbon cable. The BSLSS bag hangs from the back of the LMP seat.
AS16-117-18819 (OF300) ( 146k or 858k )
Rightward of 18818. John is aligning the high-gain antenna.
AS16-117-18820 (OF300) ( 147k or 913k )
Rightward of 18819, showing the Central Station antenna over the foreground rock.
AS16-117-18821 (OF300) ( 126k or 871k )
Rightward of 18820.
AS16-117-18822 (OF300) ( 88k or 692k )
Rightward of 18821.
AS16-117-18823 (OF300) ( 77k or 671k )
Rightward of 18822, ending Charlie's Station 10 Prime pan.
AS16-117-18824 (OF300) ( 111k or 876k )
169:22:29 Down-Sun of the Station 10 Prime rake sample site.
AS16-117-18825 (OF300) ( 187k or 1098k )
169:22:29 This excellent picture of John at Station 10 Prime is a "locator" to the Rover from the rake sample site. the gnomon legs - all that remains of the instrument, is in the foreground.
AS16-117-18826 (OF300) ( 152k or 1005k )
169:27:30 Down-Sun "before" of the second Station 10 Prime rake site, taken just before John started raking. In a detail, note the dirt John kicked forward as he took a step with his right foot. Most of the particles have moved out the same distance from his boot. In the wider view, note the rougher texture of the surface where John and Charlie have walked. The mortar pack with its red warning flag can be seen beyond the righthand bottom of John's PLSS while the PSE is on the other side of him, just above the rake. John's watch is set on Houston time and reads 1:20 or 1:21. A transcript time of 169:27:30 corresponds to 1:21:30 on 23 April 1972. Transcript times are known to have absolute uncertainties of a minute or more, so the agreement is quite satisfactory. In the distance, just under the corner of John's PLSS, we see the warning flag on the mortar pack.
AS16-117-18827 (OF300) ( 157k or 886k )
169:27:53 Charlie backed up and took this "locator" to the LM while John raked at the second Station 10 Prime rake site.
AS16-117-18828 (OF300) ( 190k or 1142k )
169:47:29
AS16-117-18829 (OF300) ( 203k or 1192k )
Cross-Sun from the north.
AS16-117-18830 (OF300) ( 189k or 1109k )
169:49:28 Cross-Sun "before".
AS16-117-18831 (OF300) ( 204k or 1153k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18830.
AS16-117-18832 (OF300) ( 212k or 1201k )
Similar to 18831.
AS16-117-18833 (OF300) ( 212k or 1179k )
169:55:49 Cross-Sun of Charlie's grab sample.
AS16-117-18834 (OF300) ( 187k or 1041k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18833.
AS16-117-18835 (OF300) ( 237k or 1304k )
"After" of Charlie's grab sample.
AS16-117-18836 (OF300) ( 223k or 1295k )
169:56:46 Sample 60310, 15, Charlie's igneous rock.
AS16-117-18837 (OF300) ( 231k or 1306k )
Charlie stepped to his right to get this stereo companion to 18836.
AS16-117-18838 (OF300) ( 209k or 1146k )
Similar to 18837.
AS16-117-18839 (OF300) ( 206k or 1113k )
170:01:41 Charlie put a picture of the Duke family - Charlie, Dotty, and sons Charles and Tom - on the surface and took several pictures of it. Note that Cat Crater is named for "Charles and Tom".
AS16-117-18840 (OF300) ( 200k or 1074k )
The Duke Family.
AS16-117-18841 (OF300) ( 200k or 1096k )
Charlie put a picture of the Duke family - Charlie, Dotty, and sons Charles and Tom - on the surface and took several pictures of it. This image is the best of the series. Markus Mehring has scanned a version of this picture found in Michael Light's superb "Full Moon" and has produced a rectified version. Cat Crater is an acronym for "Charles And Tom".
AS16-117-18842 (OF300) ( 214k or 1167k )
This appears to be a piece of beta cloth, on which Charlie has written '64-C'. 64-C - or Sixty-Four Charlie - was the third class of 1964 at the USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School. See a discussion following 170:01:56.
AS16-117-18843 (OF300) ( 213k or 1130k )
Similar to 18842.
AS16-117-18844 (OF300) ( 214k or 1169k )
Medallion commemorating the 25th anniversary of the formation of the U.S. Air Force.
AS16-117-18845 (OF300) ( 191k or 1038k )
Medallion.
AS16-117-18846 (OF300) ( 186k or 1070k )
Medallion.
AS16-117-18847 (OF300) ( 183k or 1057k )
Medallion.
AS16-117-18848 (OF300) ( 92k or 637k )
SWC.
AS16-117-18849 (OF300) ( 153k or 934k )
170:11:25 Cross-Sun to the north of the Solar Wind Collector (SWC). The bright area on the surface just up-Sun of the staff is undoubtedly a diffuse reflection of the Sun.
AS16-117-18850 (OF300) ( 144k or 908k )
SWC.
AS16-117-18851 (OF300) ( 95k or 682k )
SWC.
AS16-117-18852 (OF300) ( 144k or 842k )
170:17:37 The first of two pictures Charlie took to show how dirty John's suit has become. John is working at the LMP seat. Note the bright, rectangular pattern on the high-gain antenna. The pattern is sunlight reflected by the mirrored tiles on the top of the TV camera. Because the frame is sunstruck, Kipp Teague has produced a processed version with the orange glow in the upper half removed ( 133k ).
AS16-117-18853 (OF300) ( 121k or 739k )
170:17:37 Blurred. John at the LMP seat. FocusMagic can be used to remove some of the effects of camera motion ( 258k ).
AS16-117-18854 (OF300) ( 79k or 625k )
AS16-117-18855 (OF300) ( 104k )
AS16-117-18856 (OF300) ( 45k )


Magazine 118/NN (Color) Frames 18857-19022


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in Earth Orbit, TransLunar Coast, and Lunar Orbit


AS16-118-18858 ( 154k or 485k )

View of Earth from orbit prior to TLI. Scan by Kipp Teague.
AS16-118-18873 ( 471k )
View of the western United States and Mexico. Scan by Kipp Teague.
AS16-118-18885 ( 88k or 173k)
View of Earth during translunar coast. Baja California is at the center of the image. Scan by Kipp Teague.
AS16-118-18887 ( 54 Mb tif or 0.9 Mb jpg)
View of Earth during translunar coast. Scan courtesy of NASA Johnson.
AS16-118-18888 ( 54 Mb tifor 0.9 Mb jpg)
View of Earth during translunar coast. Scan courtesy of NASA Johnson.
AS16-118-18889 ( 54 Mb tif or 0.8 Mb jpg)
View of Earth during translunar coast. Scan courtesy of NASA Johnson.
AS16-118-18890 ( 54 Mb tif or 2 Mb jpg)
View of Earth during translunar coast. Scan courtesy of NASA Johnson.
AS16-118-18891 ( 54 Mb tif or 2.3 Mb jpg)
View of Earth during translunar coast. Scan courtesy of NASA Johnson.
AS16-118-18894 ( 72k or 151k)
Apollo 16 Lunar Module Orion after undocking and separation. Notice that the U.S. flag decals on the LRV fenders can be seen to the right of the LM ladder. Scan by Kipp Teague.
AS16-118-18895 ( 20k or 31k )
Apollo 16 Lunar Module Orion after undocking and separation. Scan by Kipp Teague.
AS16-118-18897 ( 37k or 175k )
Apollo 16 Lunar Module Orion after undocking. Scan by Kipp Teague.


Magazine 119/RR (Color) Lunar Orbit, Frames 19023-19184


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in Lunar Orbit


Magazine 120/V (Color) Frames 19185-19344


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in Lunar Orbit


AS16-120-19265 ( 280k or 1392k )

King Crater ( 120.5 E / 5.0 N ). Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.
AS16-120-19295 ( 228k or 1174k )
Crater Gassendi with its floor criss-crossed by rilles. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson.


Magazine 121/PP (Color) Frames 19345-19458


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in Lunar Orbit and TransEarth Coast


Magazine 122/QQ (Color) Frames 19458-19612


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague and are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in Lunar Orbit


AS16-122-19530 ( 180k or 973k )

Orion approaching the Command Module Casper during rendezvous. Scan courtesy NASA Johnson. René Cantin has identified the lunar surface features beyond the CM ( 2.6 Mb or 0.3 Mb ).
AS16-122-19533 ( 82k )
LM ascent stage at rendezvous. Note the very beaten-up condition of the aft paneling. Scan by Kipp Teague. Compare with AS16-113-18332, which shows the condition of the same area during EVA-1 at about 119:36:20. Harald Kucharek notes that these panels can be seen to buckle in the first few seconds of liftoff. See the LRV TV clip linked at 175:29:50.
AS16-122-19535 ( 84k )
Similar to 19533 but from a different perspective. Scan by Kipp Teague.
AS16-122-19537 ( 87k )
Similar to 19533 and 35. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
AS16-122-19553/4 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 42k )
Red-blue anaglyph by Erik van Meijgaarden.


Magazine 124/SS (B&W) Frames 19822-19925


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague and are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in Lunar Orbit


Magazine 125/TT (B&W) Frames 19926-19932


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague and are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.


Low-light photography? during TransLunar Coast


Magazine 131/OO (Color) Ultraviolet Photography, Frames 20100-20182


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.

Used in TransLunar Coast, Lunar Orbit, TransEarth Coast


AS16-131-20163 ( 124k or 691k )

Full moon taken during transearth coast. Scan by Kipp Teague.


Magazine 132/ (Color) Frames 20183-20192


Some images are currently available only as low-resolution scans provided by NASA Johnson in the mid-1990s. The individual scans have TARGA filenames. Markus Mehring has compiled cross-references between those filenames and the NASA photo ID designations customarily used. Other images are available as higher resolution scans from prints and, unless otherwise credited, were provided by Kipp Teague. Beginning in 2004, NASA began to provide scans from original film and, as they become available to the ALSJ, we are using them to replace all prior versions. The raw scans have been processed by Kipp Teague and are presented at 300 dpi equivalent and are labeled "OF300".
Ed Hengeveld has provided a set of thumbnails images ( 1 Mb ) made from low-resolution scans provided by Glen Swanson of NASA Johnson.


Used during TransLunar Coast to document the ALFMED Experiment


Recovery and Post-Flight Photos

72-HC-453 ( 164k or 841k )

Apollo 16 Command Module after splashdown. The recovery raft is on the right. 27 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-36282 ( 227k )
Recovery helicopter hovers over the Apollo 16 Command Module while Navy divers work in the raft. Note the flotation collar around the base of the CM. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-HC-452 ( 146k or 845k )
A Navy diver helps Ken Mattingly into the recovery raft. 27 April 1972. Scan by Kipp Teague.
S72-36492 ( 198k )
A Navy diver helps John Young into the recovery raft. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36496 ( 149k )
John Young in the recovery raft. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36510 ( 146k )
John Young (left) and Ken Mattingly in the recovery raft. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-39508 ( 144k )
Charlie Duke (left), John Young, and Ken Mattingly in the recovery raft. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-468 ( 132k )
Charlie Duke (left), John Young, and Ken Mattingly in the recovery raft. Research by Frederic Artner / Didier Capdevila.
S72-36263 ( 261k )
Apollo 16 crew exits the recovery helicopter. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
72-H-470 ( 117k )
Senior U.S. Navy personnel welcome Ken Mattingly (left), Charlie Duke, and John Young aboard the recovery carrier, U.S.S. Ticonderoga. Scan by Frederic Artner / Didier Capdevila.
S72-36361 ( 140k )
John Young (right) cuts into a lunar cake watched by Ken Mattingly (left) and Charlie Duke (partly hidden by Young). Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36435 ( 227k )
Apollo 16 Command Module in the water. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36268 ( 227k )
Apollo 16 Command Module alongside Ticonderoga. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36316 ( 189k )
Apollo 16 Command Module being eased onto the deck of Ticonderoga. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36317 ( 216k )
Apollo 16 Command Module being eased onto the deck of Ticonderoga. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36328 ( 242k )
Top of the Apollo 16 Command Module during recovery. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36397 ( 198k )
Apollo 16 Command Module hatch during recovery. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36189 ( 200k )
Apollo 16 CM being depressurized aboard the recovery carrier Ticonderoga. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36145 ( 187k )
Apollo 16 post-flight CM interior inspection photo. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36169 ( 259k )
Apollo 16 post-flight CM interior inspection photo. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36172 ( 250k )
Apollo 16 post-flight CM interior inspection photo. Note the decal showing "Casper, the Friendly Ghost". Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-36558 ( 214k )
Apollo 16 CM undergoes post-flight inspection aboard Ticonderoga. Scan by J.L. Pickering.
S72-41545 ( 814k )
Sample 68415,2 is one of two clean samples that John and Charlie collected off the top of a boulder at Station 8. See the transcript and discussion following 147:16:47. Scan courtesy Chuck Meyer.
S72-41841 ( 172k )
Big Muley (sample 61016) in the Lunar Receiving Lab under approximately lunar lighting conditions. Scan courtesy Chuck Meyer.
S72-41550 ( 175k )
'Mug shot' of Big Muley (sample 61016) in the Lunar Receiving Lab. Scan courtesy Chuck Meyer.
S72-43966 ( 70k )
Thin section of sample 60215, a 386-gram white breccia that John collected at Station 10-Prime at 169:45:49. Scan courtesy Harald Kucharek.
Swan Lager Pour ( 190k )
John Young (right) watches a glass of Swan being poured at an Australian celebration of the 25th anniversary of Apollo 11. Scan courtesy John Saxon.
Swan Lager Toast ( 179k )
John Young (right) and John Saxon (left) share a toast 23 years after their Apollo 16 EVA-2 Wake-up conversation. Saxon was Operations Manager at the Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station and spent several minutes talking to the crew after communications between Honeysuckle and Houston went down. Scan courtesy John Saxon.
Left Arm CDR Red Stripe ( 149k )
Photographed at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum's Garber Facility. August 2004. Photo and scan courtesy Ulli Lotzmann.
Charlie's Left EVA Glove ( HTML link ) Flown Star Chart and Star List ( 0.5 Mb )
Private collection. June 2005. Image courtesy Larry McGlynn
Insurance Cover (Back) ( 1.7 Mb )
Larry McGlynn writes "The astronauts could not buy insurance, so the MSC stamp club would issue 1000 special covers for the crews to sign. The covers would be held until after recovery and given back to the crew. If the astronauts did not make it, then the covers would be sold and the crews families would get the proceeds. There were insurance covers for Apollo 11 to 16. I got an insurance cover from Duke and had Robert McCall do a mission painting (when he was still doing them) on the back." July 2005. Image courtesy Larry McGlynn
Flown Apollo 16 LM Utility Light ( 0.8 Mb )
Flown bracket presented by the Apollo 15 crew to Ed Mitchell, who served as their Back-up LMP. Photographed in 2006 by Ulrich Lotzmann.
Italian-built LRV Replica ( 72k
Charlie and Dotty Duke try out the LRV replica in Milan on 21 May 2009. Photo courtesy Luigi Pizzimenti.

Mission Report Figures


Preliminary Science Report Figures

Figure 6-4 ( 648k )

Landing site map with feature names and actual traverse routes. Photograph courtesy NASA and the Lunar and Planetary Institute. Hi-resolution scan by Mary Ann Hagar (LPI).
Figure 6-15 ( 436k )
LM/ALSEP/Station 1/ Station 2 map with feature names and actual traverse routes. Photograph courtesy NASA and the Lunar and Planetary Institute. Hi-resolution scan by Mary Ann Hagar (LPI).

 

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