How To Get Up After Falling Down On The Moon...
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Astronaut Charlie Duke drives the penetrometer into the soil and, leaning down on it as it descends, he falls forward to the ground.
It takes three attempts for him to get back up by doing press-ups to a kneeling position before standing.

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In the middle of his second press-up, he supports his whole body on his hands, completely off the ground for two seconds.
Charles Moss Duke, Jr. (born October 3, 1935) is a retired US Air Force brigadier general, and a former United States astronaut and aerospace engineer for NASA. As lunar module pilot for Apollo 16 in 1972, he became the tenth and youngest of only twelve people who have walked on the Moon. Wiki
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