Astronaut Charles "Charlie" Duke landed on the moon during the Apollo 16 mission in 1972, the fifth moon landing.
He is also known for his crucial role as Capcom (capsule communicator) during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission. He was speaking to Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during their historic moon landing.
Al Jazeera's Caroline Radnofsky talks to Charlie Duke, who expresses his frustrations about the moon hoax conspiracy theory and reveals evidence of the lunar landings.
So, did we really go to the moon?
For more on the Apollo 11 mission and the man behind the iconic space suits, watch Putting Man on the Moon.
Source: Al Jazeera