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AS11-37-5465 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Lunar horizon from Tranquility Base

AS11-37-5465 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Lunar horizon from Tranquility Base

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Summary

The original database describes this as:

Description: Lunar horizon from Tranquility Base, the Lunar Module (LM) landing site. LM and flag shadow visible on lunar surface. Image taken from inside the LM during the Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled R. Film Type: Ektachrome EF SO 168 Color on a 2.5 mil Estar polyester base,taken with an 80mm lens. Sun angle is Low. Approximate tilt: Low Oblique.

Subject Terms: Apollo 11 Flight, Moon, Lunar Landing Sites

Categories: Lunar Observations

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: Ground
Apollo 11 - AS11-36-5291 through AS11-45-6714b

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Date

16/06/1969 - 21/07/1969
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Source

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