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AS07-04-1593 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Laguna Colorada, Bolivia, Salar de Atacama, Chile, Salvar de Arizaro, Argentina

AS07-04-1593 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Laguna Colorada, Bolivia, Salar de Atacama, Chile, Salvar de Arizaro, Argentina

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Description: Apollo 7,Laguna Colorada,Bolivia,Salar de Atacama,Chile,Salvar de Arizaro, Argentina. Low Oblique. Clouds cover: 4%; Altitude: 175 miles. Latitude: 23 degrees,00' South,Longitude: 67 degrees 29' West. Original film magazine was labeled N. Camera Data: Hasselblad 500-C; Lens: Zeiss Planar,F/2.8,80mm; Film Type: Kodak SO-368,Ektachrome; Filter: None. Flight Date: October 11-12. 1968.

Subject Terms: Apollo 7 Flight, Earth Observations (From Space), South America, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina

Categories: Earth Observations

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit
Apollo 6 - AS06-02-0754 through AS06-02-1519





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