2) RAKE SAMPLE AND BOOT PRINTS. Hasselblad frame A15-82-11155, taken after Lunar Module Pilot James Irwin made a series of lunar “rake” sweeps at the Station 9a stop on the third and final lunar EVA (moonwalk) of Apollo 15. The lunar rake was designed to collect 1 centimeter or larger lunar rocks contained within a depth of a few centimeters of the lunar surface. Smaller material would fall through the rake back onto the surface. Several footprints can be seen in the image.
3 and 4) APOLLO 15 LANDING SITE SEEN FROM ORBIT. Two developmental test processing photographs with different exposure levels. These Hasselblad images were taken from lunar orbit by Al Worden in the Command Module. The long winding track of Hadley Rille is clearly seen as it is surrounded by the rugged Hadley and Apennine Mountains. Inverted images.
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