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AS14-70-9667 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the crater chain on the rim of the Love Crater.

AS14-70-9667 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the crater chain on the rim of the Love Crater.

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Description: View of the crater chain on the rim of the Love Crater. Images were taken on Revolution 26 of the Apollo 14 mission. Original film magazine was labeled Q,film type was 3400BW (Panatomic-X,Black and White),80mm lens with a sun elevation of 14 degrees. Approximate Photo Scale was 1:1,380,000. Principal Point Lattitude was 4.5S by Longitude 127.0E,with a vertical camera tilt.

Subject Terms: Apollo 14 Flight, Moon (Planet)

Categories: Lunar Observations

Original: Film - 70MM B&W

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: Ground
Apollo 14 - AS14-64-9046 through AS14-78-10399

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Date

2005 - 2012
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