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APOLLO 8 PHOTOGRAPHY
ANALYSIS OF APOLLO 8 PHOTOGRAPHY AND VISUAL OBSERVATIONS. NASA SP-201. COMPILED BY NASA MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER.  WASHINGTON, DC: OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION, NASA, 1969
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2,0003,000
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APOLLO 8 PHOTOGRAPHY
ANALYSIS OF APOLLO 8 PHOTOGRAPHY AND VISUAL OBSERVATIONS. NASA SP-201. COMPILED BY NASA MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER.  WASHINGTON, DC: OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION, NASA, 1969
Estimate
2,0003,000
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APOLLO 8 PHOTOGRAPHY
ANALYSIS OF APOLLO 8 PHOTOGRAPHY AND VISUAL OBSERVATIONS. NASA SP-201. COMPILED BY NASA MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER.  WASHINGTON, DC: OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION, NASA, 1969
8½ by 11 inches, 337 pp. Flexible printed covers, with pochette affixed to inside rear cover. Light soiling to covers. Complete with 4 large Lunar 1: 7 5,000,000 scale Photography Index charts (Chart 1: Stereographic Strip 70mm; Chart 2: Sequence Photography 16 mm; Chart 3: Targets of Opportunity 70 mm; Chart 4: Targets of Opportunity 70 mm), each 58 x 10½ inches, folded and tucked into pochette as issued. 

CHART 1 SIGNED "JAMES LOVELL" AND "FRANK BORMAN" [BOTH APOLLO 8], CHART 2 SIGNED "BUZZ ALDRIN APOLLO XI" AND "GENE CERNAN APOLLO XVII", CHART 3 SIGNED "RICHARD GORDON APOLLO XVII", "ALAN BEAN APOLLO XII", "EDGAR MITCHELL APOLLO 14", AND CHART 4 SIGNED "AL WORDEN APOLLO 15 CMP", "DAVE SCOTT APOLLO 15 CDR", CHARLIE DUKE APOLLO 16, LMP, LANDING SITE [ARROW POINTING TO SITE].


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While the primary purpose of the Apollo 8 mission was to progress towards the goal of landing men on the Moon, a great effort was made during the mission to enhance scientific knowledge of the lunar surface through photography and visual observations by the astronauts. In fact, the first photos ever taken by humans of the Earth from deep space occurred during the Apollo 8 mission. Prepared under the direction of the Department of Defense by the Aeronautical Chart and Information Center, United States Air Force for NASA, this work and the accompanying charts analyse these photos and observations in great detail.

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