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Astronaut Charlie Duke revisits Carolina, where his career took off


North Carolina native Charlie Duke spent 11 days of his life in outer space and nearly 24 hours on the moon. Before that, he spent a year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Morehead Planetarium, where he learned how to navigate the stars. Duke returned to UNC to recount some of the most extraordinary moments of his career as an astronaut. (UNC.edu)

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