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Apollo 14 Landing Site Chart and Eva Traverses
MITCHELL SKETCHES THE PATHS OF BOTH LUNAR SURFACE TRAVERSES
Estimate
1,2001,800
JUMP TO LOT
240
Apollo 14 Landing Site Chart and Eva Traverses
MITCHELL SKETCHES THE PATHS OF BOTH LUNAR SURFACE TRAVERSES
Estimate
1,2001,800
JUMP TO LOT

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Apollo 14 Landing Site Chart and Eva Traverses
MITCHELL SKETCHES THE PATHS OF BOTH LUNAR SURFACE TRAVERSES
Fra Mauro. Published by the U.S. Army Topographic Command for NASA, based on Lunar Orbiter photography. 17 by 22 inches. Scale 1:10,000.
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Catalogue Note

INSCRIBED and SIGNED: "Fra Mauro Base, Apollo 14. EDGAR MITCHELL, Feb 1971." He has marked the exact landing point with an "X" and drawn the traverse paths of both moon walks. The first traverse is drawn with a small dotted lines west of the landing point. The much longer second traverse is drawn with a continuous solid line toward Cone Crater and labeled by Mitchell with: "EVA-2."

The Lunar Orbiter photography used to construct this chart clearly shows Cone Crater which was the prime objective of the second EVA or moon walk. The landing site was just west of Triplet Crater.

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