[APOLLO 13]. LUNAR ORBITAL SCIENCE CHARTS, SIGNED & INSCRIBED BY ALDRIN, HAISE, & CERNAN
APOLLO 13 LUNAR ORBITAL SCIENCE CHARTS
Lunar Orbital Science Flight Chart E. Apollo Mission 13, Rev 19 through 39. 11 April 1970 Launch Date. SKB 32100082-375. Complete with all three charts -1, -2, and 3
Together three Lunar Orbital Science Flight Charts (58 by 27 inches). Issued for the April 11, 1970 launch date. Scale 1:2,500,000 with nautical mile distance markers found in two locations. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY BUZZ ALDRIN:"'CONTACT LIGHT, OK, ENGINE STOP'. TRANQUILITY BASE. BUZZ ALDRIN. APOLLO XI LMP. JULY 20, 1969"; FRED HAISE: "'PLANNED THIRD LUNAR LANDING—BUT BOOM!' HOUSTON WE HAVE A PROBLEM!!! FRED HAISE, APOLLO 13 LMP. APRIL 13, 1970"; and GENE CERNAN: "'THE CHALLENGER HAS LANDED...!' TAURUS LITTROW...' GENE CERNAN. CDR APOLLO XVII. 11 DECEMBER 1972."
FIRST EDITION, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY BUZZ ALDRIN, FRED HAISE, AND GENE CERNAN. A highly detailed near side chart with the Apollo 13 landing site ellipse marked in red and covers the landing areas of Apollo 11 and 12 plus the future landing sites of Apollo 14, 16, and 17. Many prominent lunar craters visible from Earth, including Aristarchus and Copernicus, are identified. Photographic targets for Descartes (the future Apollo 16 landing site), Davy Rille, and the series of Gassendi craters are marked in purple, orange, and green. Around a dozen other targets are marked in blue or red with either long directional circled cross-marks or arrows. Revs (lunar orbits) 40 to 46 are plotted in green.