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AS11-44-6602 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon

AS11-44-6602 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon

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Description: View of the Moon limb,Mare Smythii . Earth on the horizon. Edge of window in right field of view. Image was taken after separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Principle Point (p.p.) in space. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 80mm lens. Forward Overlap 80%. Sun Angle is High. Tilt Direction is West (W).

Subject Terms: Apollo 11 Flight, Moon, Earth Observations (from space)

Categories: Lunar Observations

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Interior_Exterior: Interior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit
Apollo 11 - AS11-36-5291 through AS11-45-6714b
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Date

16/06/1969 - 21/07/1969
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