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AS12-46-6825 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image  - View of lunar surface mound

AS12-46-6825 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - View of lunar surface mound

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The original database describes this as:

Description: Close-up view of a small mound. Sample no. 12017 possibly (not definitely recognized) locate at this spot prior to collection. Ground elapsed time 4:22:06. Weakly cemented block of fine-grained material in the foreground is approximately 0.5 m. across. Image was taken during the first Extravehicular Activity (EVA 1) of the Apollo 12 mission. Original film magazine was labeled Y,film type was HCEX (SO-168 - Ektachrome EF,high-speed color reversal,ASA 160) taken with an 60mm lens. The Sun angle was low,the approximate camera tilt was Low Oblique and the direction of the tilt was West.

Subject Terms: Apollo 12 Flight, Moon

Categories: EVA

Date: 11/19/1969

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: Ground
Apollo 12 - AS12-46-6715 through AS12-57-8455b





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Exploresurface mound

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