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GEOLOGY OF APOLLO 16 LANDING AREA, WITH LARGE COLOR MAP OF THE IMBRIUM BASIN OF THE MOON - SIGNED BY APOLLO 16 MOONWALKER CHARLIE DUKE
ULRICH, HODGES AND MUEHLBERGER. GEOLOGY OF THE APOLLO 16 AREA-CENTRAL LUNAR HIGHLANDS. UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER 1048. WASHINGTON: UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1981
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GEOLOGY OF APOLLO 16 LANDING AREA, WITH LARGE COLOR MAP OF THE IMBRIUM BASIN OF THE MOON - SIGNED BY APOLLO 16 MOONWALKER CHARLIE DUKE
ULRICH, HODGES AND MUEHLBERGER. GEOLOGY OF THE APOLLO 16 AREA-CENTRAL LUNAR HIGHLANDS. UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER 1048. WASHINGTON: UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1981
Estimate
1,0001,500
LOT SOLD. 3,500 USD
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GEOLOGY OF APOLLO 16 LANDING AREA, WITH LARGE COLOR MAP OF THE IMBRIUM BASIN OF THE MOON - SIGNED BY APOLLO 16 MOONWALKER CHARLIE DUKE
ULRICH, HODGES AND MUEHLBERGER. GEOLOGY OF THE APOLLO 16 AREA-CENTRAL LUNAR HIGHLANDS. UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER 1048. WASHINGTON: UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1981
11½ by 9 inches. 539 pp. Printed paper wrappers, housed in the original portfolio case together with 12 large plates, including 9 with panoramic photographs, 1 black & white map, and two color maps.

WITH: Extra copy of plate 12, [EGGLETON, R.E.] "Map of the Impact Geology of the Imbrium Basin of the Moon", a color 1: 5,000,000 scale geologic map, 36¼ by 33½ inches. Folded as issued. Some faint wrinkles, else fine.

MAP SIGNED BY APOLLO 16 LUNAR MODULE PILOT AND MOONWALKER OVER HIS LANDING SITE "CHARLIE DUKE APOLLO 16"


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Literature

See Spudis, The Geology of Multi-Ring Impact Basins: The Moon and Other Planets.

Catalogue Note

A monumental undertaking, this report contains the final results compiled by the Apollo Field Geology Investigations Team for the Apollo 16 mission. The large color map shows in extraordinary detail the impact geology of the Imbrium Basin region of the moon, with the Apollo 16 landing site visible in the hilly region around Descartes crater. 

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