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Astronaut Drops Hammer On The Moon
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Astronaut Drops Hammer On The Moon
Astronaut Charles Duke, of Apollo 16, attempts to hammer a core tube into the lunar soil. He soon learns how difficult it can be with a low-mobility space suit.


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Posted by nova on July 13, 2014
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