AS16-113-18294 - Apollo 16 - Apollo 16 Mission image - The Command Service Module (CSM) at close range above far-side terrain. In this 60-mm Hasselblad DC photograph, the CSM is above the far-side terrain near latitude 8 degrees North, longitude 172 degrees East.
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The original database describes this as: Description: The Command Service Module (CSM) at close range above far-side terrain. In this 60-mm Hasselblad DC photograph, the CSM is above the far-side terrain near latitude 8 degrees North, longitude 172 degrees East. The double crater at the upper right coner of the frame is unnamed. The Northwest rim of Valier Crater is at the lower left corner. North is to the right in this near-vertical view. Taken during Revolution 13. Original film magazine was labeled A,filmtype was SO-168 (High Speed Color Exterior),60mm lens with a sun elevation of 11 degees. Approximate altitude was 99 km,principal point latitude was 8N by 172.4E longitude and the camera tilt was Vertical. Subject Terms: Apollo 16 Flight, Moon (Planet) Categories: Lunar Observations Original: Film - 70MM CT Interior_Exterior: Exterior Ground_Orbit: On-orbit
|National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. 2/17/1973-|
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