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Apollo 12 70-mm photographic catalog

National Space Science Data Center.

Apollo 12 70-mm photographic catalog

by National Space Science Data Center.

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Published by The Center in Greenbelt, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Project Apollo (U.S.),
  • Apollo 12 (Spacecraft),
  • Lunar photography.,
  • Moon -- Photographs from space -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNational Space Science Data Center.
    SeriesNSSDC 70-10, NSSDC -- 70-10.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, [306] p. :
    Number of Pages306
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17993411M

      Additional Apollo 11 footage from the 16mm Maurer DAC More Information: 16 mm Data Acquisition Camera The Data Acquisition Camera is a modified movie camera and is an improved version of the earlier Gemini-type 16mm sequence camera equipped with new-type external film magazines which greatly enhance the photographic capabilities.   Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography @Met By Loring Knoblauch / In Museums / August 6, JTF (just the facts): A group show consisting of the work of roughly 90 artists, photographers, and space agencies, variously framed and matted, and hung in a series of rooms on both sides of the second floor hallway.

    This Apollo 17 Flown 70 mm Camera Malfunctions Page is a trouble-shooting flow chart intended to fix any problems with the 70 mm Cameras used on the Lunar Surface by the Apollo 17 Crew. It has been hand signed and inscribed by Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan, "Flown To The Lunar Surface on Apollo xvii - Gene Cernan Apollo xvii CDR".   Earthrise, taken on Decem , by Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders. The photograph taken by Lunar Orbiter 1, reprocessed by the LOIRP for comparison.. Earthrise is a photograph of Earth and some of the Moon's surface that was taken from lunar orbit by astronaut William Anders on Decem , during the Apollo 8 mission. [1] [2] [3] .

    According to NASA’s Apollo 9 photograph catalog, the picture was taken at GMT on Ma , and is described tersely on page A as “Lunar view”. The GAPE catalog reports that the photo was taken with an mm lens: the same one used for the other photographs on the same film spool, including the ones taken directly before and.   Description All the color EVA images from Apollo 17! Apollo Original NASA 70mm Transparency Reel containing all Photos from Magazines A, B, C, D, E, and F.


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Apollo 12 70-mm photographic catalog by National Space Science Data Center. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Apollo 12 mm photographic catalog. [National Space Science Data Center.]. Apollo 12 mm photographic catalog. PDF file (NTRS) Apollo 12 photography 70 mm, 16 mm, and 35 mm frame index. PDF file (NTRS) Surveyor 3 parts and materials returned from the moon by Apollo 12 - Evaluation of lunar effects.

PDF file (NTRS) Lunar landmark locations - Apollo 8, Apollo 12 70-mm photographic catalog book, 11, and 12 missions. PDF file (NTRS). Also included with this Data Users' Note is the "Apollo 12 mm Photo- graphic Catalog," which contains proof prints of the mm photography exposed during the Apollo 12 mission.

number. These prints are sorted by magazine and frame A summary of the photographic coverage for each film magazine is given.

Apollo Photographic Support Data To help utilize the images found in this archive, an array of photographic support documents related to the Apollo missions have been compiled. Various grey literature descriptions/catalogs of the Apollo Image collections were compiled and published as NSSDC and MSC documents.

Apollo 12 Photographic Data Package. Greenbelt, MD: National Space Data Center, Goddard Space Flight Center, This catalog consists of proof prints of the mm photography done during Apollo It is designed to be used in conjunction with the Apollo 12 frame index to permit location of the area covered by each frame.

Apollo 13 by Ron Howard (Book) In the shadow of the Moon by David Sington (Visual) You wouldn't want to be on Apollo 13!: a mission you'd rather not go on by Ian Graham (Book Apollo 13 70 mm photographic catalog. Apollo 12 Photographic Studies-- Kinescope Color mm Movie Film-- Color 'B' Wind Master Positive mm Photos-- B/W Photometric Positive mm Photos-- Complete Set of mm Photos on B/W Positive 4- by 6-In.

Microfiche Cards-- B/W Logetronic Positive mm Photos-- Lunsort Photographic Support Data by LAC Area. This index lists and provides supplemental data for all Apollo 17 70 mm, 35 mm, and 16 mm 70, Preliminary Catalog of Pictures Taken on the Lunar Surface During the Apollo 17 Mission.

Lunar Orbiter Photographs. 70 mm Photographs from Previous Apollo Missions. Apollo 17 Panoramic and Mapping Camera Photographs. Apollo Image Atlas. 70mm Hasselblad Image Catalog.

Apollo 4: 1 Magazine: Images: Apollo 6: 1 Magazine: Images: Apollo 7: 9 Magazines. NASA Collection; Pin back Rendezvous in Space Borman-Lovell Gemini 6 & 7, Mariner VI and Mariner VII Two over Mars, Photos from Mariner Mission, Test Pilot photo Chalmers Slick Goodland Test Pilot of Bell Aircraft photograph and press release, Photos of German V2 rocket out of control from the white sands proving grounds Nov.

Space. Apollo Image Atlas. 70mm Hasselblad Image Catalog. Apollo 8. The Apollo 8 mission carried two 70MM cameras. There were a total of exposures made on 7 magazine of film; images on black & white film and on color film.

Magazine D: AS to AS [ black & white images (0 surface; orbital; 0 other)]. Apollo mm photographic catalog. (Greenbelt, Md., ), by National Space Science Data Center (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Apollo 11 photography: mm., mm., and mm.

frame index. ([Greenbelt, Md.] National Space Science Data Center, ), by Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.). Mapping Sciences Laboratory (page images. Apollo mm photographic catalog. (Greenbelt, Md., ), by National Space Science Data Center (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Apollo 8: man around the moon.

jsc jsc internal note. a table and reference list documenting. observations of the earth from manned earth orbital. and suborbital spaceflight missions including the. unmanned apollo-saturn 4 and 6 missions (mercury program through apollo-soyuz test project) national aeronautics and space administration.

lyndon b. johnson space center. Apollo 16 Index of 70 mm Photographs and 16 mm Film Strips MSC, November ; digital copy courtesy Elizabeth Suckow, NASA HQ History. Photo Index: Mb PDF Preliminary catalog of pictures taken on the lunar surface during the Apollo 16 mission.

Apollo 12 spacecraft being prepared for mating in High Bay 3 of the VAB. 1 July Scan by Ed Hengeveld. H (k or k) Apollo 12 LM Intrepid in its adapter stage being lowered into position atop the Saturn V stack in the Vehicle Assembly Building High Bay 3.

Photo filed 2 July Scan by Kipp Teague. This particular camera had been used in the Apollo 10 Command Module and, after that mission, was modified for use on the lunar surface during Apollo ] [David Woods writes in the Apollo Flight Journal: "To save size, weight and power consumption, the TV camera on board the CM had only one imaging tube, rather than the three or four found in.

Collection Item Summary: This lightweight beta cloth bag was used on the Apollo 11 mission for the storage of 70mm Hasselblad film magazines. As noted in the handwritten crewmember comments on the top of this artifact, the side pouches contained command module magazines while the center pouch contained lunar module film.

Actually, the first lunar landing mission, Apo took high-quality photographs while on the surface of the Moon ( from inside the LM and during the actual moonwalk). The other trips took even more pictures on the lunar surface: Apollo ; Apollo ; Apollo ; Apollo ; Apollo   Apollo 10 Photography Index, mm and mm Frame Index ( Mb PDF) H (k or k) Tom Stafford (center), Gene Cernan (behind Stafford to the left), and John Young (left foreground) examine emergency escape equipment at Complex 39A.

"In late I was informed by Neil Armstrong's office that he believed the photo of himself in the background lay between frames In May after studying a copy of the 'Apollo 11 70mm Photographic catalog' sent to him by Lee Saegesser (NASA HQ History Office) Armstrong confirmed to me that was the one.The Apollo program was the national effort that put humans on the Moon and its goals went beyond landing Americans on the Moon and returning them safely to Earth.

The goals were to establish the technology to meet other national interests in space, achieve preeminence in space for the United States, carry out a program of scientific exploration.The primary objective of the Apollo Lunar Program is to provide data for landing sites.

The primary objective of Skylab is to demonstrate the ability of men to operate in space for extended periods of time. As a consequence, neither the missions nor the cameras in either program are optimum for photogrammetric operations.

Nevertheless they provide an opportunity to evaluate the .