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AS12-53-7939 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image  - View of a camera malfunction during photographic documentation of a solar eclispe

AS12-53-7939 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - View of a camera malfunction during photographic documentation of a solar eclispe

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Description: View of solar eclispe taken during the Trans Earth coast phase shortly before reentry of the the Apollo 12 mission. Original film magazine was labeled U,film type was S0-164 (Medium speed black and white,AEI of 20). Photo was taken from the Command Module (CM) with a 80mm lens.

Subject Terms: Apollo 12 Flight, Moon

Categories: Lunar Observations

Original: Film - 70MM B&W

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

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

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19/11/1969
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