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NASA SP-206

LUNAR ORBITER
PHOTOGRAPHICATLAS OF THE MOON

David E. Bowker and J. Kenrick Hughes

Langley Research Center

Halnpton, Virginia

Prepared by Langley Research Center

Scienti#c and Technical In/ormation O_ce 1971


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Foreword

In July of 1969 the United States landed two men on the Moon and safely
returned them to Earth in response to the challenge set forth by President
John F. Kennedy at the beginning of the decade. That response required the
marshaling of hundreds of thousands of persons in an intensive effort to resolve
a host of substantial problems, some of which required extension of the axis_ng
limits of human knowledge. Among the major problems was the determination
of the nature of the lunar surface. Could it support a manned spacecraft, and
what were the possibilities of finding sufficiently smooth sites for the landings?
The early lunar exploration program of NASA, which was based on the use of
unmanned spacecraft, was designed to provide answers to these questions and
also to provide a wealth of scientific data.
The Lunar Orbiter program, designed to obtain detailed photographs of
potential Apollo landing sites, was a significant part of this exploration pro-
gram. The program was managed by the Langley Research Center, with The
Boeing Co. as prime contractor and Radio Corp. of America and Eastman
Kodak Co. as major subcontractors. Five spacecraft were placed in lunar orbit
from 1966 to 1967, and photographs covering landing sites and specific areas
of high scientific interest were sent back to Earth. The last flight completed
the photographic survey of the entire surface. A selection of these photographs,
covering all the lunar surface, both front and back, is collected in this Atlas
and shows greater surface detail than has previously been available from any
source. This store of information is presented as a base for planning future ex-
ploration of Earth's nearest neighbor and also to stimulate interest in further
scientific study of the Moon.
The undersigned, who were program manager and spacecraft manager,
respectively, of the Lunar Orbiter program, take this opportunity to acknowl-
edge the outstanding contributions of the many individuals from companies,
universities, and Government organizations who contributed to the success
of the program; to them we dedicate this atlas.
CLIFFORD H. NELSON

ISRAEL TABACX
LANOL_ RESEARCH CENTER

Hampton, Va.

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Contents
PAGE

INTRODUCTION .............................................. I
Lunar Orbiter Spacecraft ..................................... 1
Photographic Subsystem ................................. I
Imperfections ........................................... 4
F.nhancemen t ........................................... 4
Lunar Orbiter Photographs ................................... 4
Definition of Terms ...................................... 5
Lunar Features ......................................... 5
Presentation and Arrangement of Arias Photographs ......... 6
Availability of Lunar Orbiter Photographs .................. 6
Bibliography ................................................ 7
PHOTOGRAPHIC ATLAS ...................................... 43
Introduction
During 1966 and 1967 the Nations3 Aeronautics and Space zone photographs and the Afl_s photographs have also been ref-
Administration launched five Lunar Orbiter spacecraft to obtain erenced separately by two additional _,ts of index maps. The index
photographs from orbit of the surface of the Moon. The recon- maps were prepared by the Aeronautical Chart and Information
structed photographs and support data are, now on file at the Center (ACIC). An alphabetical listing of prominent lunar features
National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC), Goddard Space is given which w-ill aid in the location of these features within the
Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. The purpose of this Atlas is to Atlas. A bibliography has also been included to refer the interested
present a selection of these photographs which provides essentially reader to additional information on the results of the program.
complete coverage of the near side and far side of the Moon in
greater detail than any publication now in existence.
A summary of the five missions is given in table 1 (p. 19). The Lunar Orbiter Spacecraft
first three spacecraft essentially satisfied the primary objective
The Lunar Orbiter spacecraft is shown in flight configuration in
to obtain high-resolution photographs of proposed Apollo landing
figure 1. Detailed information regardiug the spacecraft can be
sites. The fourth spacecraft systematically photographed the near
obtained from documents cited in the bibliography. Since the
side of the Moon and the fifth spacecraft completed the far-side
photography cannot be fully interpreted u-ithout an understanding
coverage. The primary emphasis was not only to support the
of its origin, the photographic subsystem is herehl discussed in
Apollo program but also to provide more detail in many areas
detail.
that have been studied from Earth-based observations. At the
average spacecraft altitude of about 3000 km for the photographs PHOTOGRAPHIC SUI_Yb-'TEh4
contained herein, the resolutions of the two cameras were ap-
The primary elements of the photographic system (fig: 2) were
proximately 500 meters and 65 meters; whereas under favorable
a dual-lens camera, a film processor, and a resxlout system. The
conditions, Earth-based photography of the Moon can reveal
80-ram focal-length lens provided an angular coverage of 44.4 ° by
details only as small as 500 to 1000 meters.
38 °. The 610-ram focal-length lens photographed a small area,
All the Lunar Orbiter photographs have been reprocessed from
centered within this field, with an angular coverage of 20A ° by
the original video data tapes. Special attention was given to the
Atlas photographs to insure high quality and uniformity of ap-
pearance. They are presented here as 300-line-per-inch halftone Film takeup

reproductions (plates 1 to 675). The halftone negatives were pre- and _oracJe

pared by the AJ'my Topographic Command (TOPOCOM). The Composite

Lunar Orbiter photographs have been referenced to the lunar sur- video to
communi-
face by a complete set of index maps which permit identification of Takeup Io0_r
catiofl_
those photographs showing a particular site or area. The Apollo
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Dimensions are in millimeters.
5.16 ° . (See fig. 3.) To distinguish between the two exposures, those bath processing solution. The solution both developed and fixed
made with the 610-mm focal-length lens are referred to as high° the photographic image during the 3.4 minutes the exposed film
resolution frames (or H frames) and those made with the 80-mm and Bimat film were in contact on the processing drum. Processing
focal-length lens, medium-resolution frames (or M frames). temperature was closely controlled at 29.5 ° C.
The photographs were interlaced on a single strip of Kodak The exposed film and Bimat film were then separated, the
high-definition aerial film, type SO-243, 70 mm wide and 80 Bimat film going to a takeup spool and the developed film to a
meters long, as shown in figure 3. The SO-243 film was selected dryer drum. The film was in contact with the dryer drum for 11.5
because it is relatively insensitive to radiation and, although minutes at a temperature of 35 ° C. Moisture driven from the film
its aerial exposure index of 1.6 is slow compared with that of by the heat of the dryer drum was absorbed by special chemical
other emulsions, it has an extremely fine grain structure. At a salts in pads around the dryer; thus a controlled humidity environ-
contrast ratio of 3 to 1, the angular line-pair resolutions of the ment was maintained in the photographic subsystem. After
recovered photographs were 34 and 4.4 seconds of arc, respec- leaving the dryer, the film was transported through the readout
tively, for the medium- and high-resolution cameras. Prior to storage looper and readout mechanism and stored on a takeup
use, the edges of the film were preexpused with framelet numbers, spool. The film was then ready for readout.
a 9-level gray scale, and resolving power charts. A geometric At the completion of all photography, the procedure was to
pattern (fig. 4) was preexposed on the spacecraft film of Lunar cut the Bimat film and read out all the photographs by running
Orbiters II to V at the same time as the edge data. This pattern the film in reverse and taking it up on the film supply reel. Because
aided in the detection of and compensation for distortion intro- of limitations on the number of frames that could be scanned per
duced by the processing, readout, and ground reproduction orbit, this procedure required about 2 weeks. However, through-
systems. The folding mirror in the optical path of the 610-ram out the mission the readout storage looper provided the capability
focalo|ength lens caused reversal of the high-resolution images of reading the last four exposed frames for priority return of
with respect to the medium-resolution images. This condition important data and for monitoring system performance.
resulted in the edge data being turned over when the film was The readout section (fig. 5) consisted of a line scan tube, a
printed in reverse to give properly oriented pictures. photcmultiplier tube, and the associated optics and electronics.
Essentially, both lenses opened simultaneously at a fixed In the line scan tube, a spot of light, 112 microns in diameter,
aperture of J/5.6. Timing 5ghts which encoded the exposure generated by the electron beam moved linearly across the face
time were recorded on the film. A between-the-lens shutter was of a revolving phosphor drum. Rotation of the drum avoided
used with the 80-ram focai-length lens; a double-curtain focal- local overheating of the phosphor, but it did not affect the orienta-
plane shutter, with the 610-mm focal-length lens. Shutter speeds tion of the line. The spot was focused by the scanner lens and
of 0.04, 0.02, and 0.01 second were selectable by transmitted projected as a reduced image, 6.5 microns in diameter, onto the
commands. Photographs could be taken as single exposures or film where it moved 2.67 mm horizontally in one direction (the
in 4-, 8-, or 16-exposure sequences, both the sequence and the return trace was blanked out.). The scanner lens moved con-
time between successive exposures being seIectable. Multiph- tinuously at right angles to the film edge. The result was a complete
frame sequences gave an overlap in the direction of flight. scan of a "framelet" consisting of 16 359 parallel scan lines, each
The film was held in the focal plane by film clamps and vacuum 2.67 mm long, across 57 mm of the 70-ram film. At the completion
which held it flat against the platens during exposure. The platens of a framelet, the film was advanced 2.54 mm to allow for an
moved the film during exposure to eliminate image smear caused overlap before making the next scan in the reverse direction
by the rapid movement of the spacecraft over the lunar surface across the film. A complete dual-exposure frame, 298 mm long,
at low altitudes. The platen velocity, which provided the image required 117 framelets.
motion compensation (IMC), was regulated by a mechanical The light, passing through the film, modulated by image density,
linkage to an image-motion-sensing device, the velocity-height was sensed by a photomultiplier tube through the associated
(V/H) sensor. The VfH sensor optically locked on to the image light-collector optics. An electrical signal proportional to the
of the lunar surface through the high-resolution lens and caused intensity of the transmitted light was generated, amplified, and
the platens of each camera to move at the velocity of its image. transmitted to the ground recei__ng station. The received video
In a normal photographic sequence, the spacecraft was oriented signal was sent to the ground reconstruction electronics (GRE)
to the correct attitude, the lenses were uncovered by the opening where it was converted to a line scan on a kinescope tube. The
of a thermal door on the spacecraft, the V,/H sensor was activated, variations in light intensity on this kinescope tube corresponded
and the camera was turned on. After the "camera-on" command, tv the variations in image density on the spacecraft film.
the cameras operated ill an automatic sequence to: (1) clamp the The line on the kinescope tube was recorded on moving 35-ram
film to the platen and draw it flat by differential pressure, (2) Kodak television recording film, type SO-349. The image on the
start moving the platens in synchronization with the image
motion, (3) open the shutters for simultaneous exposures, (4)
return the platens to the rest position, and (5) advance the film
_ Electron gun
for the next exposure. This sequence was repeated until all photo-
graphs commanded were taken.
After exposure, the film was held in the camera storage looper.
The storage looper (fig. 2) consisted of a series of fixed rollers in
Line-scan tube "-_'_
a stationary carriage and a series of rollers in a movable carriage
which rode on a track. As film entered the looper, a spring caused
the movable carriage to move away from the fixed carriage; thus,
a storage capacity for up to 6 meters (=20 ft) of film was
provided.
Upon "completion of a photographic sequence, a processor
dryer, on command, processed film from the storage looper at a " '_ef tube

rate of 6.09 cm (2.4 in.) per minute. Processing was accomplished


by pressing the film into contact with Kodak dry Bimat transfer
film, type SO-111. Kodak Blmat film consists of a normal film
base coated with a gelatin layer presoaked with a special mono- FmmaE 5.--R._do_t 8r._ner.
35-mm film was 7.2 times the size of the image on the spacecraft
film. After processing, this positive image film was run through
a film cutter to remove excess film and the individual framelets
were separated. The framelets were then laid side by side on
stable-base polyester film to reconstruct the original photograph.
Master negatives were made from these positives.
A full medium-resolution
approximately
high-resolution
27 framelets
photograph consisted
photograph
and measured
of approximately
was reconstructed from
47 em by 40 em. The
86 frame-
-"1
lets and measured 158 cm by 40 cm. Because this size was un-
wieldy, the practice was to assemble high-resolution frames into
three sections. Photographic reassembly is illustrated in figure 6.

IMPEilFECIIONS

Certain imperfections may be observed in some of the phot_-


graphs. These imperfections are directly traceable to the method of
film development, the readout system, the video data, or the
GRE system.
Most photographs are not perfectly rectangular. This distortion
was caused by a misalinement of the line-scan tube with respect
to the mechanical scan direction. When the projected line was
not perpendicular to the scan direction during readout, and the
kinescope trace in the GRE system was perpendicular to the edge
of the 35-ram film, then a noticeable tilt could be observed when Framelet _ussm_b]y Recom_-ucted phot_raph

successive framelets were laid side by side to reconstruct a


Y_u]aE 6.--Phot_raphic reconslrucLure procedure. Not to scale.
complete frame.
Many framelets appear to have light and dark stripes running
parallel to their edges. This effect, was due primarily to an inherent
nonuniformity in the light output of the scan system in the space-
adjusting for overexposure often evident in the bright areas of
craft that caused a variation in light intensity a_d affected the
the medium-resolution photographs. By amplifying the video
video signal level during a scan across the _qdth of a framelet.
signal during reconstruction, photographic detail, lost by normal
Ideally, the level should be constant for a constant film density.
processing, was retrieved.
In some photographs small-scale streaks appear as bright white
In addition to the electronic enhancement techniques often
lines (see plate 297) parallel to the framelet edge. This condition
employed during reconstruction, photographic dodging techniques
was caused by phosphor granularity in the GRE kinescope tube.
were used (in the production of the negatives) to compensate for
The Bimat technique introduced several development imper-
large density variations within the photographs. The enhancement
fections that are scattered throughout many of the frames. Bimat
process, although it increases the information content of the
stop lines (shown in plate 75) and Bilnat pull-off lines (shown in
photographs, distorts the photometric fidelity. It is therefore not
plate 144) result from anomalous development conditions which
advisable to draw conclusions based on a comparison of
occurred at the entrance to and exit from the development system.
photographic density.
Two oval-shaped spots (shown in plate 92) appear near the center
of the film and are associated with the location of the Bimat stop
line; they follow it by about 10.7 cm (4.2 in.). "Lace" (shown in plato Lunar Orbiter Photographs
116) appears as a spotted area of unprocessed film arranged in a
random manner. The areas vary in size and location on the film A listing of the support data required to analyze the Atlas
and do not follow any pattern. Because of overlapping pho- photographs is contained in table 2. Additional information may
tography, the amount of data lost by these processing defects is be found in the references cited in the bibliography. The posi_onal
small; their main effect is the spoiling of the appearance of the data are subject to possible future revision. The terms presented
photographs. in the support data are defined in this section (in the order given
Various other minor imperfections are scattered throughout the in the table). Figure 7 illustrates the geometry of these parameters.
photographs. Occasionally, momentary dropout of the video Although the primary purpose of this Atlas is to present a com-
modulation on the transmitted carrier caused extremely fine plete photographic coverage of the near and far sides of the Moon,
white lines to appear in the framelets (shown in plate 573). In an index of all Lunar Orbiter photographs has been included.
plate 2 there appears to be an area of double exposure. This con- Figures 8 and 9 (p. 8-13) include mercator and polar projections
dition was caused by a failure of the film to advance completely which display the lunar-surface outlines of photographs from the
after a photograph was taken; as a result, a medium-resolution five missions. The concentration of photography in the Apollo
image overlaps a high-resolution image. A few photographs (such landing zones required the front-side equatorial region to be dis-
as plate 344) have a blurred or out-of-focus appearance that was played in greater detailto avoid confusion. Any photograph in this
a result of water vapor condensing on the camera window. Atlas can be located by means of these maps, and the maps also
Once the problem was recognized, it was eliminated by closer show whether additional photographs are availablefor any specific
control of the window temperature. area of interest.
An index of the photographs presented in thisAtlas is given in
ENHANCEMENT figure 10. (A few Mission I and Mission IV photographs are not
given, either because the photography is oblique, only part of the
Although the electronic nature of the photographic system in- frame isavailable,or they are redundant; they are 1-35,1-37,1-39,
troduced undesirable defects in the photographs, it also allowed I-i02, 1-117, IW_-39, IV-45, IV--46, IV-51, IV-54, IV-55, IV-56,
for flexibility during reconstruction. An important example was IV-61, IV-99, IV-123, IV-178, IV-184, and IV-192.)
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DEFINITION OF TERMS
Incidence angle (Sun angle on photographs)--angle between the
surface normal and the Sun's rays at the principal ground point.
Plate number--sequential order of presentation in the Atlas from
1 to 675. Tilt distance-_istance from the image of the principal ground
point to the image of nadir point measured on the spacecraft
Frame number_quential order of exposure on a given mission.
Spacecraft radius--distance from the center of the Moon to the film (given for both high- and medium-resolution frames and
computed at the scale of the spacecraft film).
spacecraft.
Resolution constant--theoretical or geometrical ground resolution
Spacecraft altitude--distance of the spacecraft above the mean
of the medium-resolution photographs (in meters). The reso-
lunar surface; a spherical moon is assumed with a radius of
1738.09 kin. lution constant is equal to the slant range along the camera
axis, in km, divided by 46 and multiplied by 7.62. The value
Lo.ngitude (latitude) of nadir l)oint--selcnographic lon_tude
for the high-resolution photograph is smaller by a factor of 7.fi2.
(latitude) of the point on the Moon's surface directly below
Principal ground point--intersection of the camera axis With
the spacecraft.
the lunal: surface.
Mean altitude rate--rate of change of altitudc with respect to
time. Slant distance---distance from the spacecraft camera to the
principal ground point.
Horizontal velocity---component of the spacecraft velocity per-
Corner coordinates--selenographic coordinates of the corners of
pendicular to a lunar radial line through the spacecraft and in
ground coverage by each photograph.
the direction of the flightpath.
Tilt azimuth--azimuth of the principal ground point from the LUNAR FEATURES
spacecraft nadir.
Emission angle--angle between the camera axis and the surface To facilitate the location of the principal named lunar featnres,
normal at the principal ground point, a level surface being an alphabetical listing is provided in table 3 identifying the fea-
assumed. ture, the plate on which it can be found, and the corresponding
Tilt angle---angle between the camera axis and the spacecraft Lunar Orbiter photograph number. The associated Lunar Aero-
nadir line. nautical Chart (LAC) published by the Aeronautical Chart and
Swing angle--angle betwcen the cross-axis of film frame (the Information Center, U.S. Air Force, St. Louis, Mo., is referenced.
Y'-axis) and a line from the center of the frame to the image The LAC charts are based on telescopic observation and may be
of the nadir point (measured positive clockwise from the positive updated by use of Lunar Orbiter photographs.
Y'-a_ds). These charts were of great assistance in locating features on
North deviation mlgle-_lirection ou the photograph of the north Lunar Orbiter photographs. Where charts were not available,
vector at the camera axis, measured clock_fise from the Y'- Kuiper's "Rectified Lunar Atlas" was used. Table 3 by no means
axis, which is parallel to the 2-1 and the 3-4 sides of the frame. covers all identifiable features, only about 450 of the most prom-
Sun angle at nadir--angle between the spacecraft nadir line and iuent features. Catalogs (see bibliography) prepared by the Lunar
the Sun's rays. and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, list approxi-
Phase angle---angle between the camera axis and the Sun's rays. mately 7000 features and give selenographic coordinates and
Sun azimuth at principal ground point--azimuth of the Sun's other pertinent data.
rays at the principal ground point, measured clockwise from The areas covered by the high-resolution photographs are typi-
north. cally too small to include all, or even most, of a mare. Accordingly,
Sun arc at nad_--arc length (km) from the nadir point to the the maria are not specifically identified and located on the high-
intersection on the lunar surface of the Moon center to the Sun resolution photographs; they are indicated only on the medium-
centerline. resolution photographs. Since identification of the maria is helpful
Alpha--angle between the camera axis and the projection of in obtaining the proper perspective, these areas are identified on
surface normal into the phase angle plane. many more photographs than are referenced in t_ble 3.
PRESENTATION AND ARRANC-_MENT OF ATLAS PHOTOGRAPHS northeastern limb, then moving southward, and repeating the
The photographs (plates 1 t,o 675) are reproduced in 300-line- procedure. The result is six bands atoning west to east. The
per-inch halftones at 55 percent GRE scale. They are oriented • same left-to-right procedure was used on the far side, although the
with north at the top of the page. Because of different orientations coverage was not as orderly and symmetrical. The medium-

of the spacecraft, the edge data may appear on either the right re._lution photograph is generally presented first, always on a
or left, margin. Several of the support parameters useful in inter- left-hand p_,ge, followed by the three sections of the corresponding
preting the photographs are Wen in the lower margin. Each high-resolution photograph. The reference globe in the lower
high-resolution photograph is pre_nted in three sections. Because outside edge of the page permits rapid location of a plate showing
of the unequal lengths of the sections, the center coordinates a particular area.
given at the bottom of the photographs are located only approx- In a few cases, medium-resolution photographs were significantly
imately in the center of the middle section (designated H2). degraded and are not included. To maintain an orderly sequence,
An approximate scale is provided to help in estimating the size however, intentional blank pages have been substituted. No data
of the prominent lunar features; for comparison, the x_idth of are lost by the omission, since these areas axe adequately covered
a framelet is approximately 1 cm. The alphanumeric coordinates in adjacent photographs.
of major features are given at the bottom of each photograph.
For quick reference as to location, a sketch of a lunar globe
AVAILABILITY OF LUNAR ORBITER PHOTOC_APFIS
with a cartographic coordinate system is included x_4th each
photograph. The centers of medium-resolution photographs are
The halftone prints within this Atlas do not reproduce all the
indicated on the globe by a cross. The outline of the entire high- detail in the original photographs. For some uses it may therefore
resolution photograph is drawn on the globe _x4th the particular
be desirable to obtain prints from the origirml negatives. Prints
section darkened.
may be obtained from the NSSDC in Greenbelt, Md. The standard
The sequence in which photo_raphs are presented in this Atlas
format is approxhnately 50 x 60 cm (20 x 24 in.) (GRE scale) ; other
has no relationship to a specific mission or the order in which
formats, such as microfilm, are available. For further information
exposures were made on each mission. Rather, a plan sin_ilar
on availability, inquiries should be addressed to---
to that used by ACIC in their LAC charts and Kuiper in tim
"Rectified Ltmar Atlas" was adopted. The 5Ioou is viewed with National Space Science Data Center
north at the top. The near anti far sides are treated separately. Code 601--4
Beginning xx-ith the near side, the photographs are presented by Goddard Space Flight Center
starting at the northwestern limb, sweeping to the right to the Greenbelt, Md. 20771
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Kosors_Y, LEON J.; and EL-BAz, F._OVK: The Moon as Viewed by Lunar FEILD_, G._LBERT: Structure of the Moon's Surface. Pergamon Pre_, Inc.,
Orbiter. NASA SP-200, 1970. 1961.
MoYEaa, W. G.: Lunar Orbi_er Improved Photo Support Data. Lu_uar KoeA_, ZuzN_z (ed.) :Physics and Astronomy of the Moon. Academic Press,
Orbiter L NASA CR-456735-l, 1969. Inc., c. 1961.
Mo_, W. G.: Lunar Orbiter Improved Photo Support Data. Lunar MARXOV, A. V. (ed.): The Moon--A Russian View. Univ. of Chicago Press,
Orbiter II. NASA CR-66735-2, 1969. c. 1962.
MoYm_s, W. G.: Lunar Orbiter Improved Pboto Support Data. Lunar _IOORE, PATRICK: A Survey of the .Moon. W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., c. 1963.
Orbiter III. NASA 0R-66735-3, 1969, W]_KINS, H. P_mcv; aNv .Mooat:, P.a_a_ca : The Moon--A Complete Descrip-
MoY_m, W. G.: Lunar Orbiter Improved Photo Support Data. Lunar tion of the Surface of the Moon, Containing the 300-1neh Wilkins Lunar
Orbiter IV. NASA C1_-66735-4, 1969. _Iap. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1958.
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(e) North polar region.


FZGUaF $.--Indez mop of all Lunar Orbiter photographs.---Continued.

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N'_eGium Resclul_o_ Co'.,e_sge High _esoktion Coverage

] Miss*on ] ] Mission Terminator Limil

[] Mission 111
1--"1
LJ Mission

Remaining area covereo by Missions T_r & "_ meoium t_so_tiO_.

(d) Soulh polar region.

FI_aE _.--[ndex map of all Lunar Orbiter pho_ographs.--Concluded.

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map are exposure numbers

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F1GURE 9.--Index map of Apollo zone pholographs.

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FIeURE 9.--Index _nap of Apollo zone pho_ographs.--_oncluded.

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Terminator Limit

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FIGURE lO.--Indez map of Atlas pholographs.--Concluded.

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TABLE 1.--Summary of Lur_ar Orbi, f,er MisM, ons

Lunar Orbiter mission--

V
I H HI IV

Initial Intermediate Final

Primary orbital parameters:


Orbital period ...................... 3626ffi21 • 3b28_34 • 3h28 _ 12_1 - 8h30-29.1 • 8622ffi40 • 3bllffi14 •
Inclination, deg .................... I 12 12 21 85 85 85 85
Perilune altitude, km ............... I 50 50 55 27OO 2OO 100 100
Apolune altitude, km ............... I 1850 1850 1850 6110 6O92 6092 1500
Time in orbit summary:
Orbit injection date ................. 8--14--66 11--10--66 2-8-67 5-8-67 8-5-67
Total orbits ........................ 547 2289 1843 225 1201
Total 76 335 243 70 179
days ........................ i
Impact date ....................... , 10-29-66 10-11-67 10-9-67 7-17-67 1-31--68
Photography summary: i
First photography date .............. ! 8-18-66 11-18-66 2-15--67 5-11-67 8-6-67
Last photography date .............. 1 8-29--66 11-25-66 2-23-67 5-26-67 8-18--67
Total medium-resolution photographs [
read out ......................... [ 211 208 157 179 212
Total high-resolution photographs read ]
out .............................
211 209 170 180 213
45 to 1454 41 to 1517 44 to 1460 2670 to 6150 96 to 5755
Altitude range, km .................

: Last communication.

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TABLE
2.--P_'_zp/_/c
Plate
number ................................. 1 5 9 ! 13 i 17
21 i 25
33

Frame number ................................ 1%'--190 IT-176 1%'-164 1 1"V-152 ! IV-140 IV-128 1%;-116 IV-92
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8 pacecra fl
Position:
Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... 5109. 51 509O. O9 5081. 94 5081. 06 5091. 27 5105. 30 I 5133. 07 5163. 77 5193. 28
Spacecraft altitude (kin) ................... 3373. 41 3353. 98 3344. 96 3355. 17 3369. 20 339& 97 34.27. 67 3457. 18
Latitude of nadir point. (deg) ................ 72. 71 7Z 28 72. 72. 23 72` 21 71. 90 71. 88 7L 87 7L 92
3345. _1
Longitude of nadir point (deg) .............. --72. 45 -59.7/ --47. --34. 79 --22.53 --lo. 32 2_ 48 15. 88 29. 48
Orientation:
Mean altitude rate (kmlsec) ................ 0.25 0.24 O.2A 0.24 0.25 0.25 0. 25 0.25 O.25
Horizontal velocity (km[see) ................ ! I. 03 1. 03 1.04 1.03 i.03 1.03 1.02 1.02
Tilt azimuth (reed. tea.) .................... : 125. 54 142. 71 1_. 1._ 142` 85 117. 53 171. 20 148. 11 153. 57 129. 6_
Tilt azimuth (high res.) ..................... 125. 57 142. 75 13& 17 142` 89 117. 60 171. 23 14& 19 153. 63 129. 77
Emission angle (deg) ....................... ' 5. 60 4-28 & 16 4_50 3. 45 3. 01 1.901 _53 L 73
Tilt angle (deg) ............................ I. 90 1. 46 1. 42 1.54 1. 18 1.02 0.64[ 0.85 O. 58
Swing angle (deg) (med. res.) ............... i 306. 25 319. 55 313. 07 321. 03 297. 38 347. 27 325. 70 330. 30 30& 33
Swing angle (deg) (high res.) ............... [ 306. 29 319. 60 313. 12 321. 07 297. 45 347. 30 325. 78 330. 36 30&45
North deviation angle (deg) ................ i 352. 33 352. 19 351.70 353. 35 353. 99 355. 25 355. 69 35_65 354_O9
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Time of exposure (GMT): i
Year .................................... 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967

1:
i
1967
Month ................................... 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Day ..................................... 25 24 23 22 21 20 18 17
Hour .................................... , 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6
Minute .................................. 15 14 12 10 8 4 57 53
Second (med. res.) ......................... 53. 53 1Z 83 46. 93 43. 83 O. 93 17.03 I 8. O3
41. 03
Second (high res.) ......................... 53. 41 12. 71 46. 81 43. 71 O. 81 16. 91 7.91 57. 90_
Nt.
40. 91
Illumination (deg) :
Sun angle at nadir ......................... ! 80. 19 79. 87 79. 77 79. 76 79. 77 79. 64 79. 51 79. 23
Phase angle .............................. 82. 08 81. 23 81. 15 81. 19 86.941 80. 31 80.09 79. 96 7&_
79.
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... 129. 21 125. 69 126. 81 126. 44 122. 30 124. 13 125. 31 L27. 43
127. 75 1
Sun arc at nadir ............................ 2429. 76 2420. 19 2417. 16 2416. 70 2417. 09 [ 2413. 11 2409. 26
Alpha .................................... -- 5. 59 --3. 99 --4. 03 --4. 21 --3.44 I --1.97 --1.71 __..
-- 73
19 191. 78_2
-1.
Incidence angle ........................... 76. 50 77. 25 77. 12 76. 99 7/.501 7K 35 7& 38 77. 78 77. 79

Phot_raph_

Tilt distance (ram) (film scale) :


Med. res ......................... _........ 2. 65 2.O4 I.98 2. 14 1.64i 1. 43 0.89 1. 18
High res ................................. 20. 28 15. 57 15. 16 16. 40 12.54 I 10. 94 6.85 9.06 6.
Resolution constant (m) ................... 559. 08 555. 49 554- Ii 554- 05 555. 50 [ 557. 74 562.17 567. 34 i72.
Principal ground point:
Latitude (deg) ............................. 70. 33 69. 96 70. 20 69. 78 71. Off 69. 93 70. 80 70. 35 71. 17
Longitude (deg) ........................... --63. 47 - 54. 77 --41. 49 --29.60 -- 16. 31 --9. 43 4. 49 18. 10
Slant distance (kin) ........................ 3378. 89 3357. 18 3348. 85 3348. 49 3357. 25 3370. 79 3397. 60 3428. 79 32. 7_1
3457.
Comer coordinates (reed. res.):
Latitude (deg) .......................... 43. 43 42. O1 42. 72 20. 33 41.92 I 24. 04 29.20 26. 11 19. 33
1
Longitude ide_) ......................... -- 147. 49 -- 139. 33 -- 126. 59 49.91 -- 100. 74 83. 90 84. 94 9& 10
Latitude (deg) ...................... 38. 75 37. 16 3& 05 36. 94 37. 72 25. O1 23.27 16. 71 115.
32. 40_
2
Longitude (degl .................... -- 137. 25 -129. 24 -- 116. 37 --102. 70 -- 90. 28 56. 98 73. 36 87. 71 --44. 74
21. 95 24. 22 21. 83 25. 15 31. 67 15. 01 14. 67 16. 06
3 Latitude (deg) ......................... 25. 97
Longitude (deg) ......................... --128. 38 --121. 33 -- 10& 00 --94. 82 --81.32 -- 82. 55 -- 64. 27 --52. 39 --39. 03
Latitude (deg) ....................... 30. 50 28. 82 29. 35 28. 31 40. 71 34. 49 32. 24 32` 27 27. 86
4 Longitude (deg) ......................... 176. 57 --171.95 -- 159. 82 --146. 11 --118. 12 --116. 80 --98. 84 --85. 82 --T& 84
Comer coordinates (high res.) :

1
Latitude
Longitude
(deg) ..........................
(deg) .........................
81.80
29. 10
81. 96
34. 11
81. 78
48. 57
82. 37
5& 34
82. 36
84. 16
83. 13
83.00
82. 98
107. 51
82. 64
116. 95 82. 7
13&
Latitude (deg) ......................... 47. 68 47. 57 47. 92 47. 43 49. 02 47. 07 4& 61 4& 57
2
Longitude (deg) ......................... ! -- 59. 38 --51. O1 --37. 96 --25. 20 --IL 38 --4. 18 10. 17 47.
23. 1_8 37. II
48. 52 48. 92 48. 28 49. 77 48. 17 49. 08 48. 37 49. 21
3 Latitude (deg) .......................... ! 48. 75
Longitude (deg) ......................... i -- 75. 25 --66. 69 --53. 68 --40. 81 -- 27. 41 -- 19. 88 --5. 87 7.20 20.80
4 Latitude (deg) .......................... i 87. 41 87. 61 87. 66 87. 35 86. 41 86. 44 85.77 86.22 85. 59
Longitude (deg) ......................... i 170. 33 --171. 22 -- 165. 28 -- 136. 04 -- 145. 92 --116. 88 --118. 06 --103. 99 --104. 66

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Support Data
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41 45 49 53
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6.5 ] 69 73 77 81 [ s5 i 89

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IV-68 IV-56 1T-189 1_'-183 1%_-175 ] IV-170 IV-163 IV-158 IV-151 IV-145 IV-127
1"V-139 I IV-134

4602.84 4601.72
5215. 16 5223. 87 5230. 75 4613, 99 4610.71 4607. 88 460_. 76 4602. 03 4604. 0-4 460K 55 4614. 63 4622. 47
3479. 06 3487. 77 [ 3494. 65 2877. 89 2874. 61 2871.78 2870. 66 ] 2865.93 2868. 14 2872. 45 2878. 53 2886. 37
2865. 74 2865. 62
43. O0 42.87 42. 85 42. 82 4_ 82 42. 80 42. 81
71.89 71.63 I 71.63 42. 88 4z I 42. 86 4_84 ]
43. 34 57. 12 I 71.06 --84.00 --77. 3f_9 i --70. 79 --64. 22 --57.711 --51. 22 --38. 27 --31.79 --25.30 --l& 79
-- 44. 74
O. 25 O. 25 O. 25 16 O. 16 ff 16 O. 16 O. 16 O. 16 O. 16 [ O. 16 0.16 O. 16 O. 16
]
1. O1 1. O1 I. O1 1. 14 1. 14 1. 14 1. 14 1. 14 1. 14 1. 14 i. 14 1. 14 1. 14 1. 14
146. 98 239. 67 214. 97 11_ 09 79. 46 11_ 46 108. 25 115. 78 106. 80 118. 58 96. 52 102. 72 53. 02 114.03
147. 04 239. 59 214. 94 11_ 14 79. 49 11_ 51 108. 30 115. 82 106. 86 118. 61 ] 9& 57 102. 78 53.04 114. 07
2. 53 1 96 2. 30 &ll 7,52 40 5. 81 5. 81 _44 6. 26 5.45 4. 32 9. 91 5.93
O. 84 0.65 I 0.761 1, 92 2. 82 2 O3 2. 19 2. 19 1. 67 2. 36 2. 05 1,62 3.71 22
322. 63 50.45 I 24.90 273. 13 242. 60 279. 55 270. 84 278. 78 270. 65 281. 89 259.58 I 267. 12 218. 14 27& 25
1
322. 70 50.37 I 24.87 273. 18 242. 63 279. 59 270. 88 278. 83 270.71 281.93 218. 16 278.29
259.63 i 267.18
353. 08 354. 04 ] 352. 38 340.43 338. 73 340, 50 339. 57 i 340. 23 341. 40 340. 45 339. 70 341.33

340. Ol 342. 05

1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
19691 19675
16 15 14 25 24 24 ._ 23 22 2P 19115 196721
5 20 20
6 6 6 6 18 6 18 6 6 18 6
1S I 6
51 48 46 36 36 35 35 _ 34 33 32 27 26
7. 13 18. 43 26.23 33. 13 27.63 31 29 I 59. 13 1_ 33
26. 73 39.33 36. 03 7. 43 41.23 9.33 40. 13
7_ O1 26. 61 39. 21 35. 91 7. 31 41.11 18. 31 9,6. 11 33. O1 27. 51 9.21 40.01 i 59. O1 10. 21

78. 54
79. 33
78. 02
77. 78
[ 77. 63
77. 69
74. 79
76.70
74. 42
77. OO
74. 09
76. 07
73. I 73.
75.63
21 I 74. 88
7_ 95
75.25
72. 70
74. 72
72. 45
74. 07
72. 19
74. 43]
] 71.92
74. 13
128. 92 124. 40 ] 126. 81 106. 13 108. 91 106. 76 107,74 107. 66 ' 107. 65 108.29 I 109.12 108. 58
113. 25 ]
109. 58
2379. 71 2364. 12 2352. 30 2266. 26 2255.09 2244. 92 2236.00 2226. 58 2218.33 2210.43! 2202. 80 2195. 22 2179. 31
2187. 45 t
--2. 37 O. 72 --0, 19 --5. 07 --_ 87 --5. 28 --5.80 --5. 71 --4. 44 --6. 10 --5.38 --4.31 --6. 07 } --5. 89
76. 96 78. 51 77. 51 71, 63 7ff 16 7_ 80 70,18 69.93 7_ 45 69. 15 69. 35 69. 76 68. 25

68. 57

1. 17 O. 91 1.06 2.68 3.94 2.83 3.05 3.05 2. 34 3. 29 2, 86 2, 27 5. 18 3. 10


8.99 6. 95 8. 14 20.47 30. 12 21.67 23.33 23. 34 17. 85 25. 15 I 21. 87 17. 33 39.60 ')-,3. 73
575. 84 577. 21 578. 39 47_ 90 477. 18 475. 97 475.91 475. 26 474. 69 475. 27 I 475.38 475.79 478. 97 478.55

70. 45 70. 93 70. 36 41.71 43. 52 41, 29 41.77 41.22 41.99! 40.8_ : 42.34 42. 17 46. 31 41. 21
46. 09 53. 66 68. 44 --79.99 --71. O1 --66. 78 -- 59.60 --53. 37 --47. 65: --40. 201 --33. 70 --28.24 -- 18. 14 --14. 29
3480. 19 3488. 44 3495. 58 2882. 19 2883. 93: 2876. 59 2_76.23 2872.30 2868. 87 _ 2872. 38 i 2873. 03 2875. 52 2894. 74 2892. 19
i

36. 49 22. 51 21.85 20.46 15.90 : 20. 26 10.42 1_ 59 23. 49 ! 16.44 i 17. 80 23.89 18. 61 16.57
--41. 59 149. 07 160. 07 --16. o4 -- 15. _S --3. 45 7.70 11.56 1_ 29' 26. 99 I 34. 68 34. 37 41.32 54.21
31. 70 27. OS 24. 13 -- 2. _7 -- 5. 05 --6. 16 --5._4 --_ 23 L34 , --5.83 --0.80 Z 07 _ 67 --4.72
--31. 23 119. 49 133. 03 -- 3K 24 --25. 54 -- 23. O7 -- 15.62 -- 8. 79 --7. 75 ! 5. 77 7. 24 11. 89 23. 34 31. 85
30. 95 27. 77 24. 96 1. _4 5. 14 "2. 64 O. 22 O. 85 2. 57 O. 64 2. 05 2. 14 -- 1. 18 1.30
--30. 48 120. 25 133. 74 --139.51 -- 127. 54 125. 23 --120.16 --11Z75 --106. 15 --98. 96 --92. 70 --86. 73 --77. 82 --7_ 30
28. 87 32. O0 25. 24 59.30 58.96 5R37 59.93 59. 75 ' 56. 261 59. 78 57.18 57.21 60. 08 59. 28
--61.25 165.40 165. 72 174. 77 --178.16 I- 170. 98 --164.75 ]--158.88 --154__99 i--140.49 --127,81 -- 129. 12
130. 48 --25. 91 ]
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81.89 ] 82. 28 81.84 55.73 57. 34 ! 55. 26 55. 55 55.09 56. 23 54. 78 55.44
146. 08 ! 56.29 56. 58 i 60.84
159. 70 167. 49 --61.25 --49. 76 i --48, 39 --40. 45 --34. 90 [ --29.36 --21.97 --14 34 . --10 00 5. 72 3.97
1
47. 47 48. 19 47. 34 i] 23. II 25. 34 i 22.64 23. 23 22. 58 23. 52 22. 17 23.961 23. 68 28. 44 22. 41
i
50. 36 --81.62 --73, 11i --68.38 --61.49 --55.04 I --48.94 --41. 78 --35.44 --29.35 -- 19. 88 --15. 57
58. 18 72. O1 i
48. 24 48. 63 47. 99 25.76 28.12 I 25.31 26. O1 25. 30 I 25.99 24.90 26. 62 26. 07 [ 3ff 92 25. 02
34. 21 41. 84 55. 84 --90.95 --82,481 --77.67 --70. 77 --64. 31 --58. 28 --51.04 --44.76 --38,73! --29.49 --24. 94
85. 40 88. 3O 59. 82 59. 79 60.49 60.38[ 65. 51 59. 34
-- 33
99 --81.36 --67. 40 i --76.08
61.90!
--65. 28 i
59.29
--63.00 --55. 09
59. 16
--49.41
60. 11
--44.45
58. 79
--36.39 --29. 36 --25.36 i --12.04 --1_ 93

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Plate number ................................. 93 97 109 113 117 121 125


I 101 105

Frame number ................................ IV-122 1_-115 IV-98 IV-86 IV-79 IV-74 :

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Spacecraft IV-IIO l IV-I03
Pceition: 4651. 94 [ 4662. 67

Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... 4631.14 [ 4641. 26 4673. 62 4683. 37 4692. 2O 4699. 90 4705. 93
Spacecraft altitude (kin) ................... 2895. 04 2905. 16 2915. 84 2926.57 2937. 52 2947.27 2956. 10 2963.80 2969. 83
42. 76 42. 76 42. 77 42. 76 42. 81 42. 80 ! 42. 80 42. 79 42. 76
Latitude of nadir point (deg) ................
Longitude of nadir point (deg) .............. --12.27 [ --5. 70 86 7. 57 14. 21 20.90 I 27. 61 34. 33 4L 06
Orientation:
Mean altitude rate (km/soc) ................ O. 16 16 & 16 _ 17 O. 17 0. 17 O. 17 0. 17 0.18 I
Horizontal velocity (km/see) ................ 1.14 1. 13 1. 13 1. 13 1. 13 1. 13 1. 12 1.12 I I. 12
Tilt azimuth (reed, res.) ................... 105. 82 1Ol. 17 9_ 58 107. 67 11_ 18 100. 50 122. Ol I 103. 75 ] 119. 81
Tilt- atfimuth (high res.) .................... 105. 86 1Ol. 24 94. 67 107. 72 11K 22 1 100. 5_ 122.05 I 103. 79 l 119. 84
Emission angle (deg) ....................... 3. 74 3.65 Z 93 • 62 &89 & 78 5. 13 5. 73 _24
Tilt angle (deg) .......................... 1.40 1.36 1.09 1.72 2 18 2. 14 1. 90 2. 11 2-30 l
Swing angle (deg) (reed. _m.) ............... 270. 24 266. 48 25& 78 272. 32 282 24 265. 16 285. 69 28&63 1 282. 96 !
Swing an_e (deg) (high res.) ................ 270. 31 266. 55 25& 87 272. 38 282 28 265. 21 285. 73
268. 07 i 282.99 ]
North deviation angle (deg) ............... 342. 41 343. 29 342.52 342. 22 341. 30 341. 48 341. 36 34O. 30 _

341.18
Pho_vraphy

Time of expoeure (GMT):


Year .................................... 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 q 1967
Month ................................... 5 5 5 5 o 5 5 5
Day .................................... 19 19 18 18 17 17 15
Hour ................................... 18 6 18 6 18 6 6 18
Minute .................................. 24 22 20 18 16 14! 13 J 11 lO
Second (reed. res.)........................ 12.43 IZ 83 15. 53 25. 53 38_ 93 [ 0.43 30. 63 &33
Second (high res.)......................... i 11"431
11. 12. 31 12. 71 15. 41 25. 41 3& 81 : 0.31 I 30. 51 & 21
Illumination (deg) :
Sun angle at nadir ......................... 71.63 i 71.33 " 71. 03 7_ 63 70. 29 69. 90 69, 50 6% 10 6& 67
Phase angle ............................... 73.03 72. 68 72. 10 72. 35 72. 44 72. 01 71.35 71. 20 70. 94
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... 109. 10 109. 58 110. 71 111. 27 112. 55 III, 68 113.35 113. 20
109. 53 i
Sun arc at nz_t/r ........................... 2170. 53 2161. 25 I 2152. 29 2140.02 2129. 80 2117. 94 2105.92 2093.64 2080. 83
Alpha_ ................................... --3. 74 --3. 63 --2. 80 --4. 62 --5. 81 --5. 72 --5.01 --& 70 --6. 16
Incidence angle ........................... 69. 29 69.06 69.24 07.72 66- 64 66. 30 66.34 65.50 64. 78

Pho_Traph_

Tilt distance (ram) (film scale) :


Med. res .......................... ........ 1.95 1. 90 3. 05 2-98 2,65 2. 95 3.21
14,94 14. 55 1._6
11. 2. 40
1&34 22, 82 20. 23 22.55 24_ 53
High res .................................. 2& 30
Resolution constant (m) ................... 479,40 481.06 482.70 484.83 487. O0 48& 58 489, 85 491. 30 492. 47
Principal ground point:
Latitude (deg) ............................ 42, 08 42.28 4_ 60 41. 82 40. 98 42.04 41.02 41. 83 40. 70
Longitude (deg) ........................... --9,24 -2. 67! 3. 35 11.28 l& 53 25. 73 31.25 39, 05 45. 57
Slant distance (kin) ........................ 2897,35 2907. 36 ; 2917. 26 _930. 11 2943. 28 2952. 83 2960. 49 2969. 28 2976. 33
Comer coordinates (reed. res.) :
Latitude (deg) .......................... 2& 61 25. 10 25. 72 20. 79 14. 86 16- 30 17. 26 15. 46 12. 92
1
Longitude (deg) ......................... 52, 70 60. 30 65. 11 77.70 86. 44 80- 32 99. 23 93. 85 99. 98
2, 35 3.00 4. 33 --3. 08 7. 58 9. 07 --5. 81 &05 4. 28
2 Latitude (deg) ..........................
Longitude (deg) ......................... 30. 78 37. 97 42.44 55. 14 64. 83 72.72 7& 02 86.33 ! 93. 51
Latitude (deg) .......................... 0,88 1.44] 1_44 1. 96 1.82 0.84 13. 28 204 0. 45
3
Longitude (deg) ......................... --69, 76 -62. 09 i --50. 69 -47. 89 --40, 41 --33. 73 --22. 66 I --20. 30 - 15. 76
Latitude (deg) .......................... 55, 12 5& 35 ' 57. 92 50.42 5& 50 56. 28 57.54 I 57. 82 5a 22
4
Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 122, 37 -8& 63 --87. 78 -1O0. 98 -- 95. 47 --91. 63 --80. 98 --74_ 42 -71. 81
Comer coordinates (high res.) :
Latitude (deg) .......................... 56. 67 57. 14 57.36 56, 50 55. 41 56. 67 55 50 I 5_45 55. 03
] Longitude (deg) ......................... &92 15.34 21.89 29, 78 37.09 45. 11 49. 84 5& 55 64, 71
Latitude (deg) .......................... 23, 43 23. 91 22. 89 21. 77 23. O0 21.71 22.65 21. 24
2 Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 10. 25 --3. 38 2. 33 10.24 17.22 24. 49 29. 89 37/69 43. 90
Latitude (deg_ .......................... , 25. 77 2& 81 26. 20 25. 33 24. 43 25. 58 24_ 34 25. 30 24. 09
3 Longitude (deg) .......................... --19. 71 -- 12.90 --7.22 _ 71 7.71 14. 90 20. 33 2K 08 34_ 36
60. 44 60. 58
23. 77 I 61. 20 60, 35 59. 41 60. 72 59. 59 00. 59j 59. 28
4 Latitude (deg) ..........................
Longitude (deg) ......................... -_o2 i --0. 59 5. 92 14. 13 21. 96 29. 28 34_ 59 42. 79 49. 69

9_
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i
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4711. 67 i 4715. 44 4718. 22 4718. 79 4720. 53 , 4411. 66 4411. 56 [ 4410. 54 4409. 20 4408. 21 4406. 05 4404. 95 4404. 51 4405.09
2975. 57 2979. 34 2982. 12 2982. 69 2984. 45 2675. 56 2675. 46 2674. 44 2673. 10 2672. 11 2669. 95 2668. 85 2668. 41 2668.99
42. 81 42. 82 42. 84 43. 16 43.29 13.88 13. 92 13. 88 13. 91 14. 14 13. 93 13. 91 13. 91 13. 9O
47. 79 54. 52 61. 25 94. 60 94. 62 --93. 82 --87. 19 --80. 57 1 --73. 95 --67. 33 --60. 75 --54. 17 --47. 89 --4L O1

0. 18 0. 18 O. 18 0.17 ! 0,17 0,04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04
1. 12 1. 12 1. 12 1. 12 L 12 1. 19 1. 19 J 1. 19 1. 19 1. 19 L 19 1. 19 1. 19 1. 19
108. O6 95. 69 101.97 78. 57 7£ 72 224_ 93 255.11 t 329.47 i 255. 17 248. 55 l 243. 27 25& 11 234. O7 280.64
108. 11 95. 74 102. 02 78. 61 ] 7£ 76 22£ 86 255. 04 329. 42 255. 10 l 248. 43 243. 18 255. 03 234. Ol 280.42
£77 5.45 5. 18 5.13 ) 6.26 2.36 I 3.37) 2.64 3.40 L99 2.56 3.49 3.38 1.23
L 76 2.00 Lgl 1.88 ) 1. 93 O. 93 1.32 1.04 1. 34 0. 78 1. O1 1.37 1.33 0.48
271.68 260. 01 265. 83 241.06 { 237. 19 38. 30 68. 78 ! 143. 49 68. 67 62. 13 I 57. lO 69.48 48. 16 94.59
71. 73 260.06 265.87 241. 10 I 237. 24 3& 23 68. 70 143. 43 68. 59 62. O1 i 57. O1 69. 40 48. 10 94- 37
341. 09 341. 21 340. 99 339. 43 { 339. 33 353. 59 354. 12 354.. 26 353. 95 353. 85 i 354. 14 354. 84 35£ 44 354. 13

1967 19157 1967 1967 1967 1967 1067i 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
5 5 5! 5 5 5 5i 5 5 5 5 5
15 14 14 11 25 24 24_ 22 22 21
6
9
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7
6
7 3
18 6
4
18
3 36 3 6
2 I
18 6_
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58
O. 93 59.03 6.63 53. 93 4. 03 30. 93 8. 73 41. 83 17. 83 2. 13 7.63 16. 23 11.93 53.73
71 18
O. 81 58. 91 6. 51 53. 81 3. 91 30. 81 8. 61 4L 71 17. 2. Ol 7. 51 16. 11 11. 81 53. 01

6& 28 67. 88 67. 48 65. 81 65.85 7£ 06 73. 55 73. 04 72. 54 72.O4 71. 57 71. I0 70. 64 70. 19
70. 03 69. 80 69. 36 67. 34 67. 34 73. 44 72. 29 72. ,m 71. 27 71.34 70. 71 69. 80 69.63 69. 71
113. 64 115. 04 115. 15 118. 29 1l& 53 92. 70 92. 74 93. 72 93. 02 93.49 93.42 93.43 93. 45 9£ 27
2068. 94 2056. 66 2044. 69 1994. 09 1995. 34 2244. 12 2228. 74 2213. 13 2197. 99 2182.99 2168.67 2154.48 2140. 55 2126. 82
--£77 --5. 25 --5. II --4. 19 --4.08 3. 19 L 47 3.22 I. 80 2. 20 3. 30 2. 57 1.22
1.57 i
65.27 64. 57 64. 25 63. 19 63. 31 75. O2 75. 48 73. 94 J 7£ 49 73.14 72. 91 73. I0 72. 21 7O. 93

2. 45 2. 70 2. 66 2. 63 2. 69 I. 30 I. 85 1.45 1. 86 1.09 1.41 1. 92 I. 86 O. 67


18. 74 21.35 20. 32 20. 09 20. 59 9. 93 14. 12 11. 07 14. 26 8. 37 10. 76 14. 67 14. 22 5. 16
492. 97 493. 79 494. 17 494. 25 494. 53 442. $5 442. 99 442. 71 ! 442. 60 442. 24 441. 95 441. 92 441.82 441.66

41.81 42. 38 42. 08 43. 72 44. 08 I2. $6 13. 39 15.26 i 13. 37 13. 70 13. 23 13. 36 ] 12. 70 14. 04
51.64 59. 16 65. 57 99. O0 99. 09 --94. 86 --S9.22 --81.41 _ -- 76. O0 -- 68.48 --62. 17 -- 56. 27 --49.29 --41. 76
2979. 38 2984. 30 2986. 61 2987. 09 2989. 07 2676. 46 2677.28 2675.,56 2674. 95 2672.75 2671. O0 2676. 81 2670.24 2669. 23

16. 20 16. 19 16. 17 17. 71 17. 97 35. 02 37. 531 35. 21 37. 33 35.75 36.42 3& 61i 37. 22 34- 78
120. 42 114. 25 119. 73 152. 48 152. 76 --25..58 --19. 93 -- 13.63 -- 7. 87 2.91 6. 59 15. 62 l& 88 24. 15
--6. 26 --5. 03 ! --5. 35 --1. 43 --0. 45 --29.90 --32. 26 --31.26 --32. 03 --30.90 --30. 90 --32. 52 --31. 16 --30. 02
98. 50 I 107. 79 i 113. 57 141. 28 140. 95 --29. 15 --20.42 -- 14. 49 --7. 76 --1.37 6. 27
--47. 59 I --41. 71 --32. 70
14. 48 t 2.24 2.44 4. Ol 3.06 -- 14. 28 -- 11.75 -- I_ 43 -- 15. 16 --16. 63 -- 10. 07
--13.02 ] --14.41 --17.46 -132. 01 --117.74 -113.63
--2.58 I --0. 80 5. 06 36.94 36O2 --112. 41 -106. 54 --88. 05
--145. 29 I --145" 19 1--136. 72
59.88 1 60. 08 60. 12 59. 62 59. 12 37.02 37. 13 36. 42 : 36. 28 35. 43 37. 58
42. 51 ] 36.92 l 39. 74
--35.86 1 --30. 30 --22. 95 --2. 22 --4. 81 --132. 80 -121.00 -114.77 i-- 113. 35 - 101. 35 --94. 44
--162. 97 --146. 18 [i-- 141. 40
56.44
71. 08 [
57. 13 56. 74 58. 12 58. 49 28.52! 29.161 31.37 29. II 29.44 2& 95 I 29. 17 28. 38 20. 89
79. 17 85. 40 120. 68 12L 12
22. 55
-88.28 i -82.831 -74. 76 --6_ 57 --61.93 --5& 78 l --50. 12 --43. 06 --35. 22
23. 20 22. 82 24. 78 25. 18 --£22 --3. 56 I --1.38 --3. 57 --3. 23 --_ 72 --3. 52 --4. 32 --2.79
50. 19 57. 81 64. 12 96. 97 97. O2 --73. 78 --66.24 --59. 86 --5& 80 --46. 90 --39. 42
--92. 67 --86. 95 i --79. 05
25. 18 25. 81 25. 47 27. 51 27. 91 --2.84 --2.44 --2.98 --2. 91 --3.64 --1.99
--3. 37 --2. 85] --0. 63
40. 56 i 48. 12 54. 45 87. 26 87. 28 --82.00 --74. 42 --68.06 --62. Ol --55. 13 --47. 55
--100.89 --95.17 --87.15
60.62 61. 34 60. 98 62. 82 63. 24 29. 57 30.17 32. 36 36. 15 30.46 29. 93 36.06 29. 31 30. 87
55. 34 63. O0 69. 46 104. 31 104. 58 --97. 52 --92. 16 --84.40 --78. 88 --71.26 --65.05 i --59.45 --52. 26 --44. 62

25
TABLE 2.--Photographiv

187 t 191 195 199 203 207 211


Plate number ................................. __179. 183
-!

Frame number ................................ 1%'-138 [ IV-133 rV-126 I IV-121 IV-l14 IV-109 { IV-I02 IV-97 157-90
--I--r J
81meeera.[t
Position:
Spacecraft radius (kin) .................... 440& 80 4409. 56 4413. 38 4417. 92 4423. 31 4429. 14 4435. 24 i
4441. 39 4447. 37
Spacecraft altitude (kin) ................... 2670. 70 2673. 46 2677. 28 2681.82 2687. 21 2693. 04 2699. 14 ] 2705. 29 2711. 27
I

Latitude of nadir point (deg) ................ 13. 92 13. 91 13. 94 13- 87 13, 89 13. 89 13. 89 ] 13 9O 13 89
I

Longitude of nadir point (deg) ............... --34. 43 -27. 86 --21. 27 -- 14. 69 --&09 1.48 5. 14 11. 76 :& 39
Orientation:
0.05 , O. 06
Mean altitude rate (km/sec) ................ & 04 0. 04 0.04 I 0.05 O. 05 • 05 { 0.06
Horizont,_d velocity (kin]see) ................ 1. 19 I. 19 1-19[ 1.19 i I. 19 1.19 1. 19 _ 1. 19 I. 19
237. 94 f 245. 90
Tilt azimuth (raed, re_.) .................... 263. 91 34& 21 23&44{ 2_51{ 261.82 267.45 267. 03
Tilt azimuth (high res.) .................... 263. 83 34(1 20 261. 77 267. 37 237. 86 245. 83 266. 96
23& 37 { 268. 43
Emission angle (deg) ....................... 3. 25 8. 45 4.66 3. 35 2.85 3.68 ¢ 03
3. 35 { 3. 37
Tilt angle (deg) ........................... i. 28 3 32 1.83 I. 31 1.11 1.44 I. 57
1.32 t 1.32 {
Swing angle (deg) (raed. rss.) ............... 7& 49 156. 02 76. 72 81.98 52. 85 60. 27 82. 03
5& 02 82. 79
Swing angle (deg) (high re_.) ................ 7& 41 156. 00 52. 95 82. 71 76. 67 81.90 52. 77 60. 21 81. 96
North deviation angle (deg) ................ 355. 05 356. 53 354. 95 354- 78 355. 56 35&02 355. 23 354. 82 356. 59

Photography

Time of exposure (GMT):


Year ..................................... 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
Month ................................... , 5 5 5 5 5 o 5 5 5
Day ..................................... 21 20 20 19 19 18 18 17 17
Hour ................. = .................. 5 17 5 17 .9 ]7[ 5 17 5
Minute ..................................... 57 55 53 51 49 47 45 43 41
Second (med. res.) ......................... 23. 93 39. 83 47. 83 42. 93 38. 33 31.83 27. 43 { 2& 13 34. 73
Second (high res.) .......................... 23. 81 39. 71 47. 71 42. 81 38. 21 31.71 27.31 2& Ol 34. 61
i
Illumination (deg) :
Sun angle at nadir ......................... i 69. 74 69. 29 68. 84 6& 39 67. 92 67.46 66. 97 66. 49 6& 00
Phase angle ............................... 68. 48 67. 95 67. 78 67. 07 66.15 66. 16 66.09 65. 25 64. 44
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... i 93. 97 95. 86 94- 02 I 94- 41 94. 23 94. 69 94. 68 94. 67 95. 02
Sun are at nadir ........................... 2113. 17 2099. 57 2085. 89 { 2072. 12 205& 05 2043.95 2029. 33 2014- 83
Alpha .................................... : 3. 20 3. 37 2. 68 3. 35 4- 53 3. 32 2. 25 3. 19 199_ 80
98
7& 48 7_42 7& 68 69.47 6& 35 6& 45 c_ 43
Incidence angle ........................... 71_ 68 71.49

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!
Tilt distance (ram) (film scale):
Med. res ......................... : ....... L 79 4. 63 I. 83 1. 85 2. 55 1. 83 1. 55 2.01 2. 19
High res .................................. 13. 67 35. 40 14-04 14- 11 19, 47 13. 98 11.90 15. 35 16. 77
443. 29 444.04 445. 21 445.90 446. 82 447. 99 449. 05
Resolution constant (m) ................. i 442. 18 444. 20
Principal ground point: i
Latitude (deg) ............................ 13. 71 1& 74 12. 87 [ 13. 81 13. 47 13. 79 12. 96 12. 98 13. 75
Longitude (deg) ........................... --36. 45 -29. 69 --23.05 { --16.79 --10. 97 -- 3. 58 3. 63 9. 66 15. 87
Slant distance (kra) ........................ 2672. 40 2684. 93 2679. 081 2683. 64 2690. 69 2694. 84 2700. 44 2707. 47 271& 89
Corner coordinates (med. res.):
1 Latitude (deg) ......................... 3& 39 36. 58 37. 51 37. 981 39. 39 38. 28 36. 82 37. 81 3_ 30
Longitude (degO ......................... 32. 42 2S. 68 43. 74 51.04 1 53. 51 67. 53 70. 28 79. 09 86. 85
-- 32.16 -- 31. 40 1 -- 31. 42 --30._3 --30. 37 --31. 18 --31. 59
2 Latitude (deg) ......................... --:32. 05 -:50. 39
Longitude (deg) .......................... 11. 83 16. 03 35. 43 43. 26 53. 63 57. 81 63.97
26. 92 30. 21 1
Latitude (deg) .......................... -- t:5. '22 - 16. 58 -- 13. 72 -- 1( 72 --16. 31 -- 14. 67 -- 13. 99
-- 16.12 --14. 71
3 Longitude (deg) ...................... --92. 02 -84. 20 -- 79.19 -- 72, 94 --6_ O0 -- 59,75 --51. 89 --47. 21 --41. 47
Latitude (deg) .......................... :36. 68 32. 27 --35. 38 37. 27 i 34- 91 37. 12 35,50 36. 00 3&44
i

4 Longitude (deg) ......................... --95. 12 -84. 07 --75.77 --66. 86 -- 50. 68 -- 4& 57 -- 5L 98


--76. 65 --7& 72 I
Comer coordinates (high tea.) :
28. 67 29. 76 29. 47 29._ 2& 96 2& 96 29. 96
i Latitude (deg) .......................... i 29. 59 35. 88
Longitude (degl ......................... l --30. 33 -23. 41 -- 16. 94 -- 10. 55 --5. 05 2. 62 9. 74 15. 87 21. 89
Latitude (degl .......................... [ --3. 11 2. 55 --4- 16 --3.07 --3. 47 -- 3. 16 --4. 18 --4. 22 --3. 30
2 Longitude (deg) ......................... i --33. 92 -26. 79 --2_ 51 -- 14. 34 --8. 33 --1._ 6. 29 12. 16 l& 56
Latitude (deg) .......................... _ --2. 53 '2. 98 --3 55 --_ 45 --3.00 --2. 57 - 3. 59 --_ 60 --2. 81
3 Longitude (deg) ......................... --42. 12 -34. 80 --2& 77 --22.56 -- 16. 63 --9.31 --2.03 3. 81 10. 21

Latitude (deg) ......................... i 30. 47 36. 67 29. 53 3& 69 30. 30 30. 73 29. 77 29.86 30. 78
4 Longitude (deg) ......................... ] --39. 72 -33. 88 -- 26. 22 --2frO0 -- 14_ 50 --6._ 0. 35 6. 45 12. 30

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Support _ontinued

I T
215 i 231 235 239 243 J 247 251
223 t 227 I 240 255 259 i 263

IV-85 IV-73 ! IV-66 1"V-61 IV-54 IV-17 IV-18 IV-195 I IV-187 IV-181 IV-173 i IV-168 ! IV-161

J
t
4453. O0 4458. 18 4462. 63 4466. 84 447_ 11 4472. 76 4475.18 4475. 77 4457. 54 4458. 89 4460. 08 4460. 13 4458. 28 ] 4458. 76
2716. 90 272208 2726. 53 2730. 2734. Ol 2736. 66 2730.06 2739. 67 2721.44 2722. 79 2723. 98 2724. 03
13. 89 13. 87 13- 82 13. 87 13. 87 13. 89 13. 89 14.04 --14. 40 --14.36 I --14.40 --14.37 -- 14. 14 -- 14. 36
25. O4 31. 68 38. 33 44. 98 51.63 58.29 91.45 91.46 --96. 11 --89. 49 --82. 86 --76. 23 --69. 56 --62. 94
2722. 18 I 2722. 66
0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 O. O6 0.06 --0.00 --0.09 !
-0.09 --0.09 --0.09 --0.09
1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 I. 18 I. 18 L 18
230. 38 248. 64 259. 32 290. 2O
209. 42 258. 39 109. 31 145. 67 26. 83 116. 46 103. O1 129. 75
230. 29 278. 259. 22 290.04 302. _
301.
278. 31_ 109. 41 145- 81 26. 87 116. 64 16_. 13 129. 87
2. 28 2. 20_ :_ 258.3. 31
15 3. 2. 57 I. 70 1. 85 2. 52 I. 20 2.40 1.45 2.26 L96
O. 89 & 0.94 1.23 1. 21 1.00 O. 72 O. 98 i O. 47 (1 93 O. 56 0.88 0.76
44. 37 63. 28 23. 22 72. 52 93. 64 73. 67 104. o._ 115. 98 294. 12 330. 26 212. 05 301. 26 287. 94 314. 71
4429 63. 19 93. 56 73. 57 115. 85 294. 22 330. 40 212. I0 301. 44 288. 07 314. 83
354. 22 354. 97 23. 17 72. 54_ 10'3" 19_
353. 94 354. 355. 66 354. 72 354. 354. 17 5. 21 4. 70 5- 37 5. O1 5. 29 5. 22

1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 I 1967 1967 1967 1967
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
16 16 15 15 14 14 11 II 25 25 ] 24 24 23 23
17 5 17 5 17 5 17 17 17 5 _ 17 5 17 5
39 38 36 35 34 33 29 30 33 33 33 32 32 31
49. 83 13. 43 45. 83 33. 63 28- 33 33. 13 56. 73 6.83 56. 43 28.93 34.23
49. 71 13. 31 45. 7" 33. 51 28. 21 33.01 33.63 6.83 43.
56. 61 6. 71 56. 31 33. 51 6. 71 43. 12_1 28.81 34. 11

65. 50 65.00 64_ 49 63. 98 63. 48 62. 97 60. 53 60. 54 76. 94 76. 42 75. 91 75. 38 74. 81 74. 32
64. 88 64. 13 64. 12 62. 82 62. 27 62. 02 59. 89 59. 89 77. 84 76. 66 76. 40 75. 87 75. 65 74.86
95. 24 95. 43 95. 44 95. 70 96. 16 96. 18 97. 50 97. 73 85. 25 85. 40 85. 69 85. 08 84.87 84.66
1984. 69 1969. 45 1954. O0 1938. 73 1923. 34 1907.98 1834. 12 1834. 32 2331. 21 2315. 64 2300. 21 2284. 18 2266.78 2251. 82
1.59 2. 22 0.93 3.00 3. 10 2. 45 1.66 I. 68 -- 2. 31 --0.60 --1.25 --1.24 --2. 15 --L40
66.48 6& 36 65, 07 65. 82 65. 37 64.47 61.55 61. 57 75, 52 76. 06 I 75. 16 74. 63 73. 50 7& 46

1.24 1.36 1.31 1.71 1.68 1.39 O. 92 L O0 1. 37 O. 65 1. 30 & 79 1. 22 1. 07


9. 47 10. O0 13. 07 12. 85 10. 64 7._ 7. 62 10.48 4. 99 I 9. 93 6.02 9. 37 _ 16
449. 68 10"5_77
't50. 451.29 452. 10 452. 63 452. 99 453. 29 453. 40 45& 47 450. 56 45ff 87 450. 78 450. 55 45& 60

13. O0 13. 30 12. 54 13. 47 14. 14 13. 60 14. 25 14. 64 --I_ 91 --14. 96 --13. 09 --14. 76
23.94 30. 21 --14. 44 i --15. 13
37. 59 43. O4 49. 69 56. 70 90.44 90. 47 --94. 60 --89.06 --82. 18 --75. 41 --6& 18 --61. 98
2717. 73 2723. 10 2727. 47 2732. 35 2735. 57 2737. 73 2739.55 2740. 22 2722. 47 2723. 02 2724. 90 2724. 37
2723.00 2723.29
34. 87 36. 43 33- 63 36. 76 37. 50 35. 84 34. 33 34. 36 1S. 87 16. 37 23. 81 17. 74
91. 80 100. 67 19. 49 I 17.07
105. 37 112. 20 117. 59 123. 59 159. 29 159. 62 --4& 90 --47.23 --33. 15 --3Z04
-- 18. 84 -- 30. 07 --20. 88 --30. 49 --22. 34 -- 19. 14
--30. 29 --30. 69 -- 29. 76 -- 29. 65 --29. 42 --30. 50 --27. 53 --29. 95 --29.33 --30. 22
63. 86 79. 42 79. 48 90. 82 98. 46 106. 20 139. 38 139. 23 ! --28. 63 --31. 38 --28.34 --1600 --4.06 0.17
-- 14. 93 -- 15. 63 --15. 09 i --14- 54 --15. 31 --I_ 98 -- II. 76
--11. 07 --45. 12 --37.86 --44. 82 --44. 16 --45.40 --3& 37
-- 29. 76 -- 25. 40 -- 15. 53 -- 14. 49 --7. 50 O. 39 39. 92
36. 39 40. 60 --160. 95 -142.22 --137.38 --113.73
36. 46 41.94 37. 26 36. 15 38. 71
37. 28
39.21 23. 32 20.27
- 151.68
12. 19 I --147._
20. 21.63 i 22.04
--29. 37 -- 26. 99 --30. 39 --20. 67 --15. 48 I

--4. 46 29. 69 -121. 85 I --II&O4


- 127. 98 --128.96
29. O1 29.46 : 28. 53 29. 66 30. 57 29. 86 30. 57 31. O1 . Z 07 2.68 1. 91
3& 45 36. 50 4. 35 I 2. 34
44.20 49.46 55. 85 63. 13 97. 18 97. 25 --91. 85 --86. 24
--4. 30 --65.46 --5_28
--3. 93 --4. 93 --3. 81 --2. 98 --3. 70 --2. 98 --79. 51 I --7_ 1_
--_55 i --31. 31 --31. 41 --3& 80 --31.57
2&34 32. 81 --29. 18 --31.
--3.54
39. 95 45. 49 52. 46 59. 22 92. 86 --87. 80 --82. 53 -75. 63 -6s 76 --61. 40 --55.21
_ -30. 01 -3195
--3. 30 --4. 10 3. 14 --Z 46 --3. 03 92. _
--Z
1Z99 --1.78 --32. 10 --32. 17 --31.61 --32. 39
24.45 31.55 37. 10 ', 44-O9 50. 82 84. 48 84. 53 --97. 60 --92. 331 --85. 11 --78.53 --71. 14 --66.04
29. 97 30. 34 29. 52 30. 62 i 31. 38 30.79 31. 59 3.54 1. 60
2L O1 1. 881 1. 15
26. 97 34. 79 39. 87 I 40. lO ] 53.49 87. 44 32.40_5 t--100. 1.3913] , --94. 1.4052
87.
--87. 89 --80. 94 --73.74 { --6_55

25
T_BE 2.--Photogra M¢

Plate number ................................. 267 271 275 279 : 283 287 _ 291 295 299

l
Frame number ................................ 1_7-156 i 1T-149 IV-143 I_'-137 I'V-132 IV-125 I IV-120 IV-113 r IV--108

Bpace_afl i
Position:
Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... 4457. 67 4456.36 4455.19 4454-10 4453. 06 4453. 59 4454. 11 4455.
Spacecraft altitude (km) .................. 2721.57 2720. 26 2719.09 271&00 2716. 96 2717. 49 271& 01 2719.
Latitude of nadir point (deg) .............. -- 14. 39 --1_ 40 --14. 41 -- I_ 40 --14.40 --14.46 -- 14. 45 -- 14.
Longitude of nadir point (deg) .............. -- 56. 29 --49.64 --42. 98 --3&34 --23. 06 --16.43 --0. 81 --3.
Orientation:
Mean altitude rate (km[sce) ................ --0.09 --_ og --0. 09 --0. 09 --0. 09 --& 08 --0. 08 E --0.
Horizontal velocity (kin/see) ................ 1. 18 I. 18 I. 18 1. 18 I. 18 I. 18 I. 18 I. 18
Tilt azimuth (meal, res.) ................... 135. 84 127.65 8& 68 11_ 40 170. 53 77. 15 123. 33 [ 76. 79
Tilt azimuth (high res.) .................... 136. 02 127. 78 8_ 79 119. 53 170. 61 77. 36 123. 75 77. O0
EmL_sion angle (deg) ...................... 1. 10 1. 75 2. 50 L 91 O. 82 1.28 0.56 1.32
Tilt angle (deg) ........................... O. 43 0. 68 0. 98 74 0.32 0.50 0. 22 O. 52
Swing angle (dog) (meal. res.) .............. 321. 19 312.82 I 271. 05 3O4.90 356. 09 262. 78 309. 15 262. 30
Swing angle (deg) (high res.) ............... 321.38 312. 96 271.16 30_ 02 309. 56 t 262. 50
5. 48 5.411 5. 76 5.77 356.& 157 262.5.8299
North deviation angle (degi ................ 5. 89 5. 71

Photogr_ph_

Time of exposure (GMT) : 1967 t 1967


Year .................................... 1967 1967 1(. 67 1967 1967 1967
o
Month ................................... 5 5 5 51 5
Day_ .................................... 22 21 20 19 19 I 18
Hour .................................... , 17 2_ 21
17 5 5 17 5 17
Minute .................................. 30 295 21. 28
71 26 23 21
Second (reed. res,) ........................ 43. 23 39.63 51. 33 13. 53 6. 83 0.119 51. 16
13
Second (high res.) ......................... 43. 11 51. 21 13. 41 6. 71

Illumination (deg.) : 39. 51 21. 61 0. O1 51. O1


Sun angle at nadir ........................ 73.78 72. 18 71. 15 70. 66 70. 17 [ 69. 66
73.24 ] " 72.71 [

Phase angle ............................. 74.05 73.751 73. 69 72. 80 71. 17 71. ]6


70. 34 [ 70. 18
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... 4 _4,73 _4. 43 _ 84. 34 84. 12 84. 15 84. 03
83. 921 83. 78
Sun arc at nadir ......................... 2235.57 2219.37 _ 2203.25 2187. 22 2155. 98 2141. 11 2126. 13 1 2110. 88
1

Alpha ................................. ! -- 0.70 --1.29 i --2. 50 -- 1. 57 -- 0. 06 -- I. 27


-0. 43 -1. 31
Incidence angle .......................... 73.36 72.46 ! 71. 18 71.23 71. 12 69. 89 69. 90 68. 86

Photographs t

Tilt dis'tanee (ram) (film scale):


!
z

Med. res .................................. 6.60 0. 95 I I. 36 1.04 0. 45 0. 70 0. 31 o. 72


High res .................................. 4. 59 7. 94 3. 42 5. 33 2. 34 5. 49
7,27 [ 10.40
Resolution constant (m) .................... 450. 35 449. 82 449. 57 449. 69 449. 74 449. 94
Principal ground point,: 450. 18 450. 07
Latitude (deg) ............................. --14. 87 --15.05 --14. 29 -- 1¢ 97 - 14. 89 -- 14. 28 -- 14. 63 -- 14. 26
--55.80 --4_76 [ --41. 41 --35.28 -22. 97 --15. 64 --9. 51 --2. 36
Longitude (deg) .......................... i
2721.77 2720. 76 ] 2720. 10 271& 59 !717. 07 2717. 75 271& 06 2719. 29
Slant distance (km) ........................ I
Corner coordinates (med. res.) : I
• Latitude (deg) ......................... 17.17 17.27 21.80 17. 93 29. 29 19. 57 17. 75 19. 64
Longitude (deg) ........................ --14.04 --6. 15 7.04 7. 80 29. 47 2& 30 31.90 41. 86
--29. 72 --2_94 --28.47 1 -- 2_ 50 - 29. 66 -- 28. 60 -- 29. 05 -- 28. 67
2 Latitude (deg) ..........................
Longitude (deg) ......................... 1. 73 11. 87 21.94 2& 24 32. 38 41.27 46. 05 54. 72
Latitude (deg) .......................... -- 38. 27 -3& 37 --4& 57 -- 4_ 96 -38. 44 --44. 01 --38. 18 --44. 48
3
Longitude (deg) ......................... --108. 18 --100. 29 --111.20 --10Z 74 -76. 65 --81.61 --61. 39 --6& I0
19.88 20.99 22.21 21. 58 19. 15 21.37 19. 21 21. 53
4 Latitude (deg) ..........................
Longitude (deg) ........................ --110. 72 --103. 69 --g& 11 --91.04 - 7& 42 -- 72. 26 --64. 75 --5& 99
Corner coordinates (high res.):
Latitude (deg) .......................... I 2.21 _00 • 91 2. 09 2. 16 2. 91 2.49 2.94
1
Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 53. 21 --46. 12 --3_ 81 -- 32- 74 -- 20. 44 -- 13. 12 --7.06 t 0.20

Latitude (deg) .......................... --31.21 --31.42 I --30.51 [ --31. 29 --31. 17 --30. 45 -- 30. 84 -- 30. 45
2
Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 49. 03 -41.95 --34. 51 ! -- 2& 35 --16.22 --8.81 --2. 67 4. 44
l

--32. 09 --32.28 --31.39] --32. 19 --32- 09 --31. 37 --31. 80 --31. 35


3 Latitude (deg) .......................... I
Longitude (deg)......................... i -- 58. 79 --51.75 --44-18 i --3& 12 -- 25. 95 -- 18. 45 --12.36 --5.21
Latitude (deg) .......................... i 1.42 1. 21 Z 02] 1. 24 1. 38 2`05 1.65 2.09
4
Longitude (deg)......................... [ -- 61.48 -5_ 38 --47. 10 [ --40. 99 --2& 70 --21. 41 --15. 33 --& 10

28
Support Datw-4_ontinued

307 311 315 319 323 327 ! 331 335 339 344 348 351 355
[
1W-89 IV-84 I'V-77 IV-72 IV-65 I l_r-6O rv-53 1_'-46 IV-39 IV-27 IV-94 1_'-186
1--!

4456. 53 4458. 35 4460. 5O 4462. 88 4465. 64 ,14138. 52 t471. lg 4478. 70 448_ 67 4483. 27 4738. 89 4741.62
4473. 86 i 4476. 32
2720. 43 2722. 25 2724. 40 2726. 78 2729. 54 2732- 42 2735. 06 2737. 76 [ 274O. 22 2742. 60 2744.57 2747, 17 3002. 79 3005. 57
- 14. 45 -- 14. 45 -- 14. 45 -- 14. 45 -- 14. 46 -- 14. 50 -- 14. 44 --14.431 --14. 41 -- 14. 40 --14. 39 -- 1_ 34 --42. Ol --41, 96
3- 38 9. 99 16. 59 i 23. 18 29. 77 36. 35 42. 95 49.54 i 56. 14 62. 75 69.36 82. 59 --9_09 --92. 48

--O. 08 --0. 07 --6. 07 --0. 07 --0. 07 --O. O7 --0. 07 --0. 07 --0_ O7 --0. 07 --0.07 --0. 07 --_ 19 ---0. 20
L 18 1. 18 1. 18 1. 18 I. 16 i. 18 1. 18 1. 18 i 1. 18 1. 1B 1, 18 1. 18 I. 11 1.11
150. 02 138. 06 154. 23 124. 83 140. 131. 14 143. 11 319. 43 122. 15 122. 41 134.94 175. 05 I00. 17 95. 85
150. 14 138. 19 154. 35 124. 94 141. 131. 21 143. 31 319. 32 122. 34 122. 61 135. 12 175. 08 100. 19 95. 87
1.41 1. 59 1. 16 2.12: O. 07 3. 15 O. 93 1. 84 1.26 1.23 1, 16 1. 43 1_ 63 12. 99
O. 55 O. 62 0.45 0.82 O. 38 I. 22 O. 36 O. 71 O. 49 O. 48 0.45 O. 55 & 31 4.72
336. O0 323. 74 340. O0 310. 27 326. 31& 15 328. 59 145. 48 307. 60 307. 08 319.89 O0 29Z 38 292. 93
336. 12 323. 87 340. 12 310. 39 326. 83 316. 22 307. 79 307. 28
328. 79 145. 38 [ 320.06 O. 04 297. 40 292. 95
6. 10 5. 86 5.851 5. 74 5. 79 5. 45 5. 57 5. 89 5.63 4.84 5. 08 4- 98 25. 78 24.52

1967 I 1967 1967' 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
18 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 25 25
5 17 5 17 5 17 5 17 5 17 5 4 17 5
14 12 10 8 7 5 4 3 2 1 0 59 1 1
44. 03 I 40. 63 44. 43 56. 93 17. 63 47. 63 33. 13 25. 63 2,% 63 37. 13 52. 33 32. 53 4Z 43 23. 03
43. 91 l 40. 51 44. 31 56. 81 17. 51 47. 51 33. Ol 25. 51 28. 51 37. O1 52. 21 32. 41 47. 31 22. 91

60. 24 [ 68. 77 6& 31 67. 85 67. 40 66. 95 66. 49 66. Oil 65. 56 65_ 10 64- 62 63.66 82. 77 82. 38
60. 46 $ 69. 13 68. 46 68.47 67. 60 67. 78 66. 67 65. 64 65. 94 65. 46 64.90
63.64 87. 83 86. 97
83. 42 t 83. 22 8_ 23 82. 82 $3. 02_ 82. 17 82. 78 83. 55 82. 45 82. 32 82. 18 81.87 73. 29 74. 18
2098. 04 2083. 71 206_ 81 2055. 96 2042. 28 202.8. 75 2014. 62 2000. 70 1986. 56 1972. 45 1958. I0
1928. 97 2508.06 2496. 19
--0. 57 --_ 93 --ff 39 -- 1. 59 --0. 52 --2. 13 --0. 47 I. Ol --0. 97 --0, 95 --0. 71 --0.06 --13. 97 -- 12. 63
68. 90 68. 20 66. 08 6_ 88 67. O8 6_ 67 66. 20 66. 65 64. 97 64- 52 64. 19 74. 36

63. 71 73. 91 I

I
i
0. 76 O. 87 0. 63 1. 15 O. 53 L71 0.50 0.99 I 0.68 O. 66 0.63 _77 7.43 1 6.60
5. 86 6. 63 82 8. 79 4. O5 13.07 3. 87 7. 58 ! 5. 20 5. 09 4- 82 90 56. 771 50. 42
450. 18 450. 50 450. 82 451. 30 451. 66 452. 38 : 453. 45
452. 57 453. 09 [ 453. 84 45_ 16 454. 61 502. 80 502. O0

--15. 19 -- 15. 17 --15. 09 --15. 18 --14. 92 -- 15. 76: -- 14. 90 -- 13. 58 i -- 14. 81 -- 14. 80 --14- 89 --15.21 --42. 97 --4Z 26
3. 83 i0. 67 16. 90 24- 28 30. 15 37. 86 43. 30 I 48. 79 1 56. 82 63. 40 69. 88 82. 67 --86. 50 --81. 34
k
2720. 75 2722. 66 2724. 62 2727. 51 2729. 70 2734. 03 2740. 47 2742. 85 2744.79 274Z 50 303& 76 3033.90
2735. 20 I 2738. 30

16. 79 17. 06 16. 82 17. 77 17. 43 17.04 17, 42 19. 43 18. 27 1Z 83 1Z 55 26. 92 --44. 77 --43. 41
4462 52. 33 57. 82 67. 56 71. 8O 81. 85 85. 20 90, 11 100.03 107. 11 112. 86 133. 28 -137. 83 -- 132. 27
--29. 58 -- 29. 73 - 29. 67 --29. 72 -- 29. 5O --29, 15 --20.68 i --33.88 --29. 53 --3_ 18 --3& 12 --3ff70 { --51. 88 -- 5ff 53
61. 94 70.29 74. 24 88. 43 87. 65 105. 20 100. 95 I 117. 65 116. 60 123. 23 129. 34 140.95 -140. 88 --135. 18
3_ 21 -- 38. 94 - 38. 92 --45. 21 --38. 63 -- 39. 35 --38.50 ! -36.97 --3& 40 -- 37. 80 -- 38. 20 --38.83 -- 65. 34 --63. 77
--49. 50 -- 41. 86 - 36. 80 --47. 27 -- 22. 95 -- 14. 19 4.36 if 67
-- 10, 25 -- 4. 07 16. 24 25.33 141, 15t 147. 71
19. 81 20. 10 18. 53 20. 82 19. 62 22. 77 16. 90 13. 95 20. 69 19. 87 20. 27 19.23 6. 801 3. 27
--59. 29 --4456
i
- 37. 39 -- 30. 33 -- 25. 65 -- 17. 95 --II. 30 --3. 47 O. 37 9. 52 l& 34
26. 98 --150.05 ] -- 142.44

1. 87 1. 89 2. O0 1.91 2. 22 1.28 2. 28 3. 80 2. 41 2, 41 2. 32 1. 94 --24-04 --23. 17


6. 23 13. 15 19. 37 26. 84 32. 65 40. 54 45.87 51,21 59. 40 66,22 72.61 85. 40 -89.94 -- 84. 38
--31. 49 --31. 51 - 31. 42 - 31. 59 --31. 26 --32. 36 --31. 29 -29. 72 1 --31.24 --31. 33 -- 31.42 -31. 82 --5& 15 --55. 77
lo. 83 17. 62 23. 81 31.26 37. O5 44-89 50. 14 55. 47 I 63. 71 70.04 76. 60 89. 36 --6_00 -- 56. 56
--32. 48 -- 32. 46 --32. 37 --32. 49 --32. 21 --33. 20 --32. 21 -30. 71 ! --32. 15 --32. 11 --3_ 25 --32.66 --62.06 --61. 32
1. 04 7.81 14. 02 21. 41 27. 25 34. 89 40. 32 45. 89 53. 8 60. 18 66. 72 79. 41 --75. 82 --72. 21
1. O0 1. 05 1. 17 1.06 1. 4O 0.47 1.48 3-06 1.59 I. 69 1. 58 1. 24 --27. 68 --26. 70
--2. 02 4. 90 11. 10 18. 57 24. 36 32. 27 37. 55 42. 80 51.07 57. 87 64.26 77. 05 --9_59 -- 94. O0

27
TABLE 2.--PIwtogr_ph/e

I
367 371 379 383
i 375
Plate number ................................. 359
387 391 .
Frame number ................................ I_- 180 IV-172 IV-167 IV-160 IV-155 IV-142 IV-131

Sp_a/t
Position:
4748. 14 4747. 18 4742. 57
Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... l 4745. 09 4746. 81 I 4745. 14
3010.71 3009.04 3012. 04 3011. 08 3006. 57
Spacecraft altitude (km) ................... [ 3008. 99 1
Latitude of nadir point (deg) ................ [ --41. 99 --41.98 I --41.82 --4203 --42. 07 --42. 14
--79. 20 --TZ 48 --65. 8O --59.07 --45. 58
Orientation:
Longitude of nadir point (de,g) .............. -- 85. 86
MeLn altitude rate (km/sec) ................ --O.2O -O. 2O --0.20 --0. 20 --0. 20 --O.20 --if20 --0.20
Horizon_d velocity (km/sec) ................ I. II 1.11 1. II 1. 11 1. I1 I. II 1. 11 1. n
Tilt azimuth (reed. res.) .................... 85. 22 100. 32 95. 15 99. 01 95. 97 99. 61 9& 44 52, 40
Tilt azimuth (high res.) .................... 8& 24 lo0. 34 95. 16 9_03 9_ 99 99.63 93. 46 52. 41
Emission angle (deg) ....................... 12. 65 13. 12 13. 75 1_ 12 11.84 12. 73 14. 21 13. 79
Tilt angle (deg) ........................... 4.60 4. 76 4-99 76 4. 30 4. 62 5. 16 5. 01
Swing angle (deg) (med. res.) ............... 282. 67 297. 25 29@ 32 293. 51 297. 24 29L2O 251.03
Swing angle (deg) thigh res.) ................ 282. 69 297. 27 296. 34 293. 53 29L 31 251.05
292. 44
24. 22 24_ 62 24.97 24. 37 297.25. 25. 91 23. 30
North deviation angle (deg) ................ 25. 08

Phoq, offraphy
I
I
[
Time of exposure (GMT) :
Year ..................................... 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1907 1967
Month ................................... 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
]:)_y ..................................... 24 24 23 22 22 21 2O
Hour .................................... 17 5 4 16 4 16 16
Minute ................................. 0 0 59 58 57 56 52
Second (med. res.) ........................ 54- 43 29.23 16.83 26.53 22. 33 5. 33 51.93
11.63
Second (high res.) ......................... 54. 31 [ 29.11 11. 51 IO. 71 26. 41 22. 21 5. 21 51. 81
Illumination (deg) :
Sun angle at nadir ......................... 81. 99 81.56 " 81.06 80,66 80. 19 79.72 79. 24
Phase angle ............................... 86. 58 86. O6 85.90 85. 18 84. 33 84. 07 84. 24
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... 74. 57 73. 13 72. 56 7_ 28 72, 76 71.55 70. 41
Sun arc at nadir ........................... 2484. 27 2471. 2456.22_ 244_ Ol 2429. 69 2415.4-6 2401. 07
Alpha .................................... _ -- 12. 63 -12.44 1 --13. 35 --12. 48 --11. 41 --12.00 -- 13. 81

Incidence angle ........................... i 73. 95 73. 67 I 7Z 58 7_ 74 72. 94 72. 11 70. 47


E

Photagraphs

Tilt distance (mm) (film scale): i


Meal. res.................................. 6. 42 6.66 6. 97 6. 65 6. O1 7.21 !
High res.................................. 49. l 1 50.88 53. 32 50. 87 45. 96 49. 55. 12 1
Resolution constant (m) ................... 502. 33 502. 95 503. 14 50_ 17 502. 12 50_
503.09 I
Principal ground point:
Latitude (deg) ............................ --40. 83 --42. 93 --42. 01 --42. 79 --4Z 40 --42.94 --42. 03 I
Longitude (deg) ........................... --75. 22 -67.94 --60. 70 --54. 52 --48. 89 --41. 38 --33. 37
Slant distance (km) ........................ 3035. 90 3039. 64 3040, 82 3040. 98 3O34,64 303& 57 304O. 52
Corner coordinates (med. rcs.) :
Latitude (de, g) .......................... --42. 17 --43. 91 --43. 63 --44. 02 --4_ 27 --44. 16
I --44. 18[
Longitude (de, g) ......................... ! -- 12¢ 96 --119. 63 --111.34 --106. 18 -- 100. 47 -- 93. 33
-- 83. 97 I
2 Latitude (deg) ......................... F --49. 32 --51.03 --50. 76 --51. 15 -- 50. 42 -- 5L 30 --51. 31i
Longitude (de, g) ......................... -- 127. 28 --122. 89 --114. 09 _109. 33 --103. 54 --06.56 -- 8_ 57 I
3 Latitude (deg) .......................... --63. 98 --63. Ol --64. 53 -61. 86 --63. 30 --62. 25 --65. 96
Longitude (deg) ......................... 151.58 161.23 166. 33 170. 49 -- 176.79 --174-60 -- 167. 17
4 Latitude (deg) .......................... --6.43 3. 01 2.64 3.79 2- 70 1. 69 3. 22
Longitude (deg)......................... -- 130. 46 --129. 22 -- 121. 16 -- 116. 73 --110. 93 --102. 74 --94-63
Comer coordinates (high res.) :
1 Latitude (deg) .......................... --21. 41 --23. 92 --22. 88 I --23. 76 --23. 30 -- 23. 97 --22. 92
Longitude (deg)......................... --78. 15 --71. 02 --63. 90 i --57. 73 --51. 93 --44.66 -- 36. 85
2 Latitude (deK) .......................... --54. 26 --56. 51 --55. 35 i --56. 24 --5_ 98 --5636 --55. 05
Longitude (deg)......................... --51. 95 --42. 37 --35. 59 I_ --28. 96 --24.39 --15. 83 --7. 91
3 Latitude (deg) .......................... --59. 63 --62. 15 --61. 02 I --61. 94 --61.49 --62- 08 --60. 90
Longitude (deg) ......................... --6& 96 --58. 38 --51. 10 I --44. 77 --40. O1 --3L 58 --23. 17

4 Latitude (deg) .......................... --25. 07 --27. 39 --26. 53 i --27. 29 --2O. 77 --27. 49 --26. 70
i

Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 87. 72 -- 80. 69 --73. 52 I --67. 38 --61. 55 --5¢3O --46. 45

28
Support Da_--Continued

395 i 399 403 407 I 411 I 415 419 423 427 431 435 439 443 447
___________
IV-124 IV-119 IV-I12 IV-107 i IV-lOO i IV-95 IV-88 IW-83 IV-76 IV-71 I_'-64 IV-59 IV-52 IV--45

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t i
r

I
I

4730. 55 4726. 63 4722. 11 4717.92 4714. 28 4711.59 4709. 42 4707.94 4707.64 4706. 37 14708. 95 4710.63 4712. 52 4715. 14
2994. 45 2990. 53 2981. 82 2978. 18 2975. 49 2972 32 2971.84 2971.54
I

2974. 53 2976. 42
2986. O1 ] 297_04
-- 42. 20 --42. 26 -- 42. 26 ] --4Z 26 --42. 25 --42. 27 --42.26 --42.23 --42. 21 --42. 11 --42, 06 --42.04
f --42. 22
2972. 27 --42. _
] 2972.21
--25. 42 --18. 74 --5. 42 1. 05 7.64 14. 18 20. 71 27. 23 46. 79 53. 33 59.88
--12.999 I 33. 74 40.
I
--0. 19 --0. 19 --0.19 i --0. 19 --0. 18 --0. 18 --& 18 --0. 18 --0. 18 --0. 18 ! --6. 17 --0,17 --6. 17 --6. 17
1. 11 1. 11 1.12i 1. 12 1. 12 1. 12 I. 12 1. 12 1. 12 1. 12 1. 12 1. 12 L 12 I. 12
99. 25 97. 39 94.92 96.95 95.61 96.79 98. 68 97. 66 102 17 96. 58 89.39 99. 73 96. 43
99. 27 97. 41 95. 89 94-93 96.97 95.63 9& 81 98. 70 97. 68 I0_ 19 96.60 99.75 96. 45
13. 18 13. 12 12. 50 13. 80 l& 07 12. 87 12.53 14. 08 12. 40 15. 07 12.00 9. 1_ 25 13. 91
4. 80 4. 78 4. 56 4. 78 4. 71 89"_73
4. 59 5. 15 4.54 5. 50 4. 40 3. 4. 48 5.08
297. 49 295. 40 95. 87
294. 33 l 292. 29&34 293. 88 295. 30 29%04 295. 70 301. lO 294.30 29Z 18 293. 27
297. 51 295. 42 294. 35 292. 295. 36 293. 90 295.32 297.06 295. 72 301. 12 294. 32 286._
286. 297. 20 293. 28
25. 96 25. 65 25. 68 25. 87 25. 98 25. 69 25. 77 26. 58 25. 25 26. 92 24.65 22.95 24.59 24. 82

1967 1967 1997 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
19 18 18 17 17 16 16 15 15 14
19
16 4 16 4 16 4 16 4 16 4 16
14 13
4 16
50 48 46 44 42 40 38 36 35 33 32 31 30 29
59. 33 55. 13 49. 63 42.43 36. 73 33. 53 38. 33 52. 23 1 t3. 93 44. 23 29. 83 21.93 24. 33 31. 83
59. 21 55. O1 49. 51 42. 3l 36. 61 3241 38. 21 52. 111 13. 81 44.11 29. 71 21.81 24. 21 31. 71

77. 88 77. 48 77. 08 76. 67 76.40 7_ 06 75. 75 75. 43 75. 14 74.85 74. 53 74. 23 73. 91 7& 59
82. 36 81. 98 81. 41 81.46 SO. 89 8ff 50 80. 04 80. 18 79. 35 79. 72 78. 62 77. 68 77. 97 7& 29
69. 38 69. 07 69. 17 67. 93 68. 05 67. 90 67. 75 66. 27 67. 21 64. 69 66. 96 68. 54 66. 03 64.71
2359. 93 2347. 61 2335. 60 2323. 06 2315. 07 2304. 58 2295. 13 2285. 71 2276. 66 2268.07 2258. 35 2249.09 2239. 47 2229. 72
-- 12. 33 -- 12. 39 --11. 88 --13. 16 --12. 30 --12. 19 --11. 76 -- 13.04 --11. 53 --13.44 --11. 21 --9.42 --11. 14 --1_94
70. I0 69. 65 69. 58 68.35 68. 65 68. 38 68. 34 67. 24 6Z 89 66.46 67. 49 66. 28 66.92 65.46

6. 71 6. 68 6. 38 7.04 6.68 6._ 6.41 • 7. 20 6. 35 7. 70 _ 14 4. 98 6. 27 7. 10


51. 29 51. i0 4& 75 53. 82 51.05 50. 30 49. Ol 55. 03 48. 52 58.84 46. 97 36. 10 47. 90 54_ 26
500. 29 499. 60 498. 40 498. 66 497. 51 496. 92 496. 32 497.22 49& 93 49& 09 495. 88 494. 79 496.64 498. 28

--43. O0 --42. 78 --42. 57 --42. 40 --42.71 --42. 53 --42. 69 I--42.


--42. 77 --43.68 --42. 55 --41.75 --42. 90 --42. 41
--14.08 --7.44 --1.35 6.45 12. 29 18. 70 24.94 32. _2 37. 87 46. 67 50. 55 5& 05 63.81 71. 80
3023. 59 3019. 39 3012. 18 3013.73 3O06.78 3O03. 21 2999. 59 3005. 03 2997. 25 3010. 30 2996.95 299_ 35 3001.54 3011.42

--44, 81 --44. 49 --44. 33 --44.45 --44.68 --44.38 --44_ 51 --45. 29 --44. 25 23.54 --4_ 71 --41. 85 --43. 92 --43.86
--65. 81 --58. 78 -- 52. 63 --44.13 --3&84 --32. 18 --26. 22 --18. 22 -- 13. 27 42. 45 --0. 40 4. 32 12. 51 21. 53
--51. 93 --51.59 --51.43 --51. 53 --51.76 --51. 46 --51. 59 --52. 36 --51. 32 --53.09 --50.78 --48. 96 --50. 99 --50. 91
--68. 90 --61.74 --55. 51 --46. 80 --41.70 --34. 97 --29. II --21.06 -- 16. 23 -- 8. 08 --&35 1. 49 9. 36 18.75
--6Z 52 --64. 56 --61.95 --64. 80 --63. 55 --63. 31 --65. 22 --63. 58 --64.24 --65. 14 --62. 21 --61. 64 --62. 70 --64. 13
--150. 79 --139. 61 --138. 72 --129. 53 --123. 92 --117. 58 --105. 13 --106. 78 --92. 79 --89. 88 --82.86 --71.20 --67. 32 [ --62. 72
2.86 1.26 5.25 3. 22 2. 07 3. 04 1.20
--79. 50 --68. 26 -6 iOl
25 --56.36 --50. 10 --42.62
4. 08
--25. O0 --14.
2. 03
20 --9.83
1.07 --3.44
--2. 81
1.19!
3.44i
3. 95
11.34
--37. 61 ! --27. 78

--24. 16 --23. 90 --23. 71 --23.51 --23.93 --23. 72 --24. 02 --25. 11 --23. 74 --24. 13 I
--23. 94 I --24. 26 --22. 73 --23`50
--17.64 --10.88 --4. 82 2. 97 8. 74 I_ 25 34.55 42.84 47.44
21. 44 29. 09 52. 46 60. 72 68.71
--56. 08 --55. 91 -- 55. 66 --55. 37 --55.09 --5& 57 --55. 72 --55. 74 --55. 96 --56.46 --55.91 --5& 49 --56. 35 --55.73
II. 78 18. O1 23. 64 31.75 37. 62 42 65 49. 93 58. 88 62.69 74. 02 74.86 77. 37 88.56 96.81
--61. 95 --61. 68 --61.38 --61. 15 --61.48 --61. 27 --61. 44 --61. 68 --61.57 --62. 58 --61. 38 --60.52 --61. 86 --61. 29
--3. 65 2 61 8. 48 16. 55 22. 45 28. 52 34. 82 43. 69 47. 39 5&42 59. 50 62. 17 72. 95 81.22
--27. 78 --27. 51 -- 27. 32 --27. 21 --27. 57 --27. 34 --27. 54 --27. 96 --27.54 --28. 78 --27. 20 --26.00 --27.54 ! --27.06
--27. 21 --20. 45 -- 14. 34 --6. 56 --0. 77 5. 75 2& 05 33.28 37.92
11. 96 19. 59 42. 95 51. 17 i 5_ 13

29
TABL_ 2.--P/_t_grap/d¢
f
Plate number ................................. 449 453 457 461 465 469 473

477 [ 481
Frame number ................................. IV-38 IV-9 1%'-193 IV-179 l_V-lfig 1%r-154 IV-118 IV-106
IV-130

Spac.e_a_
Position:
Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... 4717. 67 4725. 22 5255. 27 5.327. 89 5328` 66 5349. 48 I 5310. 89 5291. 03 5270. 57
Spacecraft altitude (kin) ................... 2981. 57 2989. 12 , 3519. 17 . 3591.79 3592* 56 3613. 38 ] 3574_ 79 3554. 93 3534. 47
Latitude of nadir point (deg) ............... --42. 01 --42.02 [ --6_87 --71. 38 --71. 19 --72. 07 --71.62 --7L 67 --71. 71
f

Longitude of nadir point (deg) .............. fi_ 45 8_28 --107.44 --96. 22 --82* 44 --69. 24 --40. 64 --26. 89 --13. 37
Orientation : I
Mean altitude rate (kin/see) ................ --0. 17 --0. 18 --0. 26 --0. 2fi ; --0. 26 --O. 26 --O. 26 --0.26 --0.25
Horizontal velocity (km/sec) ................ I. 12 1.12 L00 0.991 0.99 O. 98 O. 99 0.99 1.00
Tilt azimuth (med. res.) .................... 9& 04 9L 54 70. 08 8_ 51 10L 41 105. 15 46.67 107. 05 104. 45
Tilt azimuth (high res.) .................... 9& 06 91. 57 70. 10 8_54t 101. 44 105. 17 4-6.68 107. 08 104. 47
Emi_on angle (del0 ....................... 13. 21 11.63 14. 66 11.24 16. 51 16. 12 12, 62 9. 14 IIX 49
Tilt angle (deg) ........................... t 4.82 4. 25 4. 80 &64 3. 41 5. 17 4- 10 2. 99 3. 44
Swing angle (de&) (reed. res.) ............... 295. 22 ] 28_ 59 231. 90 24_ 39 264 00 267. 78 211.09 274- 58 271. 96
Swing angle (deg) (high res.) ................ 295. 24 28_ 62 231. 91 24t1 41 264. 03 267. 80 ! 211. 11 274. 61 271. 98
North deviation angle (deg) ................ 24. 82 23. 58 0. 60 O. 37 3.49 15.99 i 357. 56 6. 46 9. 12

i
Pao_rat_
i
Time of exposure (GMT):
Year ..................................... 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
Month ................................... 5
Day ..................................... 13
5
11 25
5
24
5 1967

23
5 1967

2 ] 20
5
19
5
18
5

Hour .................................... _ 4 16 16 16 16 16 1 16 16 16 t
Minute .................................. i 28 26 24 19 18 15 11 8 4
Second (reed. res.) ......................... : 45. 93 38. 03 27. 63 23. 93 43. 83 I 55. 43 43. 23 5. 03 5. 83
i

Second (high res.) ......................... 45. 81 37. 91 27. 51 I 23. 81 43. 71 ] 55. 31 43. 11 4. 91 5. 71
Illumination (deg) : i
I

Sun angle at nadir ......................... 73. 25 72. 19 90. 07 90. 44 89. 90 I 89. 59 88. 19 87. 69 87. 26
i

Phase angle ............................... 77. 66 76. 22 94. 63 94. 08 93. 20 94. 49 91.50 90. 37 90. 39
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... : 64. 76 65. 09 68. 60 68. 16 66. 38 52. 21 69. 34 62* 02 57. 96
Sun arc at nadir ........................... 2219. 55 21S7. 45 2729. 05 2740. 48 2723. 91 2714- 77 2672. 14 2656. 95 2644_ lO
.Mpha .................................... , --12. 12 --11.05 --13. 97 -- 11.23 --10.21 --15.32 -- 19. 27 --8, 24 --9. 57
Incidence angle ........................... 65. 65 65- 22 89. 69 82. 85 83. O0 79. 22 81.31 82. 16 80. 85

Photographs

Tilt distance (ram) (film scale) :


Med. res ................................. 6.74 5. 93 6. 70 & 08 4. 75 7. 23 5. 72 4. 17 4- 80
Hig h res ................................. 51.55 45. 37 51. 24 38` 86 43. 72
36 35 l 55.25 31. 87 36. 69
Resolution constant (m) ................... 494 18 498. 34 588, 60 598, 04 596. 19 590. 66 588. 05
597. 69 605. 57
Principal ground poiut:
Latitude (de&) ............................ --42. 63 --41.79 --63. 88 --69. 51 --71. 30 --71.70 --65. 02 --72. 49 --72. 16
Longitude (deg) ........................... _ 77. 77 96. 20 --85. 98 -- 74_ 07 --60. 23 --33. 52 -- 25. 85 --6. 99 9. 45
Slant distance (km) ........................ 3010. 80 3011.79 3557. 30 3614. 33 i 3612. 25 3659. 87 3603. 18 3569. 77 3554. O0
Comer coordinates (meal. res.) : !
Latitude (deg) .......................... --43. 95 --42. 44 --35. 04 --36. 38 --38` 76 --45. 37 I --27. 79 --40. 08 --41. 99
1
Longitude (de&) ......................... ! 26. 96 45. 79 -- 147. 49 -- 140. 73 i --t31. 39 --115. 08 --87. 91 --82. 21 --67. 07
Latitude (de&) .......................... _ --51.01 --49. 54 f --41. 24 --41.21 1 --42. 79 --49. 35 --35. 39 --43. 61 --45. 69
2 Longitude (de&) ......................... , 24. 01 43. 02 _ --156. 16 ! --150. 87 -- 142. 25 -- 126. 76 --96. 45 --93. 52 --78. 39

I
/

Latitude (de&) .......................... : --63. 24 --63. 01 --28. 34 ] --35. 30 --28. 44 --43. 24 --34_ 55 --26. 22 --29. 65
3 Longitude (deg) ......................... --55. 95 --32. 87 150. 47 i 173. 75 17& 41 --165. 87 --128. 40 --131.00 --119.04
I

Latitude (de.g) .......................... 3. 52 --7. 21 --21.32 I --24. 53 --5. 44 --21. 23 --26. 82 --7. 81 -- 12.75
4 Longitude (deg) ......................... 16. 69 -- 116. 75 -- 96. 65 -- 87. 28 --6_ 93 --50. 40
41. 18 --139. 56 ! --131. 03
Comer coordinates (high res.) : !
Latitude (deg) .......................... --23. 78 -22. 69 --37. 95 --44_ 68 --47. 19 --46. 61 --38. 65 --49. 05 --4& 61
1
Longitude (deg) ......................... 74- 65 93. 46 --77. 24 [ --64- 62 --52. 42 --32. 55 --15. 98 --I. 13 13. 83
Latitude (deg) .......................... --.56. 00 --55. 44 --81. 89 --83. 09 --81. 09 --7& 94 --84.03 --79. 86 --79. 22
2 Longitude (deg) ......................... _ 102. 78 119. 53 --31. 48 31. 86 55. 67 66. 38 31.66 119. 61 119. 97
Latitude (deg) .......................... --61. 57 -- 60. 67 --83. 58 --85. 11 --84. 69 --84_ 73 --83. 16 --84. 11 --84. 92
3 Longitude (deg) ......................... i 87. 17 104_ 14 --128_ 50 176. 15 159. 69 123. 46 --83. 59 -- 164. Ol -- 157. 46
Latitude (deg) .......................... --27. 28 --26- 10 --39. 54 --45. 77 --48` 37 --49. 55 --39. 36 --50. 26 --5{_ 19
4 Longitude (deg) ......................... ' 65. 08 83.90 --92. 40 --81. 21 --69. 53 --50. 17 --31. 21 --l&40 --3.34

30
Support Data--Continued

485 489 493 497 509 510 513 521 529

L
525

{ IV-94 IV-82 IV-70 IV-58 IV-8 _


IV-192 IV-191 IV-177 I IV-184 _r-178 V-53

505 506 ]

5252. 98 523_ O1 5232. 59 5220.71 5233. 65


5241. 15 0248. 09 7240. 10 7239. 51 7227. 97 7222. 63 7526. 26 7532. 35 2926. 53
3516, 88 3502. 91 3496. 49 3493.61 3497. 55 3505. 05 3512. 49 5504. O0 5503. 41 5491. 87 5486. 53 5790. 16 5796. 25 1190. 53
--71. 70 --71.62 --71.56 1 --71.36 --71. 27 --70. 91 --71. 23 33.93 I 33.95 33.96 33. 96 --34. 03 -- 33. 98 42. 56
--0.67 12.04 24,60 37. 31 50,06 76.54 76.27 86. O5 86. 05 99. 33. 112. 70 97. 52 104. 14 --147. O0

--0. 25 --O. 25 --0, 25 --0, 25 --0. 24 --0. 24 --0. 25 6. 17 --0. 13


O. 17 i O. 17 --0. 13 0.28
1.00 I. O1 L O1 1. O1 1.01 I L O1 1. Ol
O. 17
& 73
I
I O. 73 O. 73 73 O. 70 O. 70 L 16
103. 48 106, 42 109, 75 I 100, 34 106. 98 92.09 100.25 28& 75 288. 89 29O. O6 290. 12 259. 11 264, 17 297. 71
103. 51 106. 45 109. 77 100. 37 107. O1 2.88.76 288. 89 290. 06
92. 12 [ I00. 28 290. 13 259.11 [ 264. 16 1 297. 39
9.62 9.44 11.25 8. 10 8.97 33.94 33. 98 33. 22
7. 32 I 7. 17 33. 33 23. 42 46. 75
3. 17 3. 12 3- 71 2.68 2.06 7.69 7.70 7.56 i 7. 59 6. 57 5.26 2& 6O
270, 51 272. 96 276. O2 268. 69 2.42 I 2.36 29,7351 I
274. 66 259.55 _ 267.46 281. 73 281. 86 282. 31 l 281. 67 269. 274. 97 107. 30
270. 53 272. 99 276. 05 268. 72 274. 69 2_9. 58 r 267. 49 281. 73 281.87 282. 31 281.67 269. 51 274. 97 106. 97
5.94 9. 51 4. 51 5. 72: 1. 36 1.44 192. 19 192. 26 191. 42 190. 78 174, 87 178. 99 12. 78

6.78 I

t
1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 19_7 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
5 5 5 106_, 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 8
15 14 11 11 25 25 24 23 25 24 11
16 15 15 15 1 15 15 9 9 9 9 1 13 18
0 56 53 51 49, 46 46 47 47 45 43 30 29 40
8- 23 35. 33 l& 33 23. 83 48. 33 17.93 9.131 5. 63 28. 53 1 51.03 32. 13 33. 33 5.83
8.11 35. 21 18. 21 23. 71 48.21 17.81 9.01! 5. 51 28. 41 I 50. 91 32. Ol 33. 21 5. 71
37. 91 I
87.09 86, 90 86. 76 86. 561 86. 36 85. 60 85. 77 99. 43 106. 22 106. 64 101.25
89. 98 99. 43 100. 33 101. 31
89. 67 89. 95 89. o41 8& 95 87. 93 87. 93 106. 97 112. 78 IlL 88
106. 97 107. 72 i 108- 75 125. 81
59. 44 59. 38 5& 08 61.981 59. 57 61. 94 61.85 257. 70 257. 6.5 25& 73 [ 259. 41 275. 83 271. 85 261. 56
2638. 82 2633. 10 2628. 97 2622.70 2616. 65 2593. 81 2598.77 3012.79 7 3012.65 3040. 19 i 3069. 88 3218. 44 I 3231. 25 3067. 84
--8. 81 --& 41 --_ 69 --7.52 -7. 861 --3_38 ! --33. 40 --32.59 ' --32.76 --29. 72 --23. 34 --45. 25
81. 19 81. 28 86. 31 81. 53 --7.8_ --6.56
80. 81.38 73. 701 73. 68 75.24 I 76.O8 83.06 88.54 80.82
81. 12 I

4,42 4. 35 4. 14 3. 38 3. 30 16. 79 lff 81 I0. 61 10. 65


5. 18 ] 3. 74 [ 9. 20 1 7. 35 3& 25
33. 80 33. 25 28. 60 1 31. 62 2& 80 25.22
39, 63 I 82. 52 82. 61 81. 09 81. 39 70, 32 56. 19 291. 40
584. 63 582. 21 579. 98 581. 07 581. 52 582.69 94& 86 948. 85 945. 25 944,60 987. 68 977. 48 239, 88
582.24
--72. 11 --72. 37 --71. 57 -72. 11 I --7& 49 --71.50 38. 22 ] 38. 29
--72.64 ] 3& 81 38. 83 --35. 18 --33. 87 48. 97
20. 19 32. 47 54. 40
49. 06 91.36 i 91.31 [ 5& 84 [ 5_ 79 67. 86 81. 13 69. 32 82. 21 176. 11
3533.29 3518. 68 3505. 20 69. _7
3511. 3514. 53 3521.59
3518.89 5734.62 i 5734. 55 5712. 80 5708. 84 5969. 23 5907. 59 1449. 77
I
--41. O1 --41. O1 --43.35 I --39. 51 -- 40. 69 --37.02. --37. 42 17. 90 17. 99 17. 24 16. 76 --16. 18 0.00 68.29
--54. 28 --41.47 --27.76 -- 17. 94 --4. 66 22.27 21.1t 132. 69 132. 69 146.49 159. 14 159. 64 O. 9O --145. 57
--44. 72 --44, 60 --46. 86 --43. 32 --44. 28 --41.19 --41.23 2_ 53 28. 60 27. 70 27. 23 --3.97 O. O0 33. 43
-- 65. 43 --52. 64 --3_ 20 --28. 84 --15. 80 11.78 10. 34 142. 38 142. 42 156. 43 168.91 150. 98 O. 9O --153. 90
--26. 24 -- 28. 24 --33.95 --28. 61 -- 27. 52 --26. 09 --26. 92 30.72 32. I11 30. 76 29.38 --2.54 O. O0 16. 77
-- 105. 27 --91. 86 --7& 97 -- 65. 96 --54.48 i --24. 73 --24. 02 178.70 175. 62 --172.21 --156. 33 I 150. 66 O. O0 162. 64
--9.55 --9.94 --19. 16 --9.04 --7 25 1 --7. 21 --8. 79 --0. 32 -- 16. 97 O. O0
0. 156.
74. 39
29
--3& 48 --25. 27 --0. 19 --1.00 --1. 49
--_ 95 i --3. 83 34. 08 34. 11 128. 32
1o:
73I 160. 95
128.28 _ 141. 99 154.61
--4& 77 --49. 25 --49.47 --48. 54 --49. 13 --47.34 --48. 49 --6.44
--6.28i --4.74 [ --4. 99 -- 54. 62 --67, 04 58. 15
25. 84 3& 62 i 53. 301 61. lO 75. 23 99. 66 i 99.73 4ffo6 -- 18. 71 20. 49 -- 176. 97
--80. 17 40. 10 : 54. 41 I 66. 84
--80. 35 i -7a92 i --81. 40 --80. 58 --82.94
I

I --82.34 5_ 53. 431 55.37 ] 55. 86 19. 76 I 18.22 { 41.04


133. 55 14& 64 i 160. 96 _ 167. 78 -- 175, 64 --157. 49 -- 149. 16 --8. 76 --9.33 6. 67 ] 26. 71 42. 17 {
--84.86 --84. 55 I --84.62 _ 58- 90 ] --169, 93
--85.07 --84. 72 --84. 99 --84.30 77.04 77.07 78. 13_1 78.34 4.851 7. 38 ! 39. 91
-- 135. 37 -- 120. 73 --86. 75
I --121.01 --81. 76 --28. 31 --39.02 lO. 24 I 9. 39 25.47 [ 41. 92 76. 07 86. 97 i --177. 51
--50.07 -- 50. 43 --49. 53 --50.24 --48. 02 --49.13 3.55 3.66 4. 17 i 4.04 --75. 91
I

8. 77 21.50 I --51.06
3& Ol 44 35 --72. 86 57. 83
5& 24 83.24 82.97 65.44 6&44 7& 98 I 91.79 65. 11 94. 71 168, 15

31
T AeLE 2.--Photofraphic

Plate number ................................. 533 537 549 553 557 561 565
541 545
i
Frame number ................................. V-28 i V-181 V-163 V-158 V-124 V-79 V-103 V-85 V-39
--I I

sl_tc_r_rt
Position:
Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... 6751. 49 2917. 33 296& 77 2969. Ol 2972. 61 2980. 92 2972. 57 2975. 46 298& 46
Spacecraft altitude (kln) ................... 5015. 49 1181. 33 1230. 77 1233. 01 1238. 61 1244_ 92 123& 57 123_ 46 125_ 46
Latitude of nadir point (deg) ................ 24. 16 4L 61 37. 62 37. 69 3Z82 37. 72 37. 85 37.80 37. 14
Longitude of nadir point (deg) .............. -- I0;_ 16 134,27 147. 19 152. 57 170. 09 -- 163. 64 178. 75 -- 172.42 -- 128. 86
Orientation:
Mean altitude rate (kin[see).......... 11 34 O. 28 1 O. 26 0. 26 0. 26 0. 25 (1 26 26 25
Horizontal velocity (km#ec) ................ _ 57 L 16 1. 14 1. 14 L 14 1. 14 L 14 L 14 1. 13
Tilt azimuth (med. res.) ..................... 282. 05 27R 41 279..54 27& 68 28_ 54 281.65 281. 31 281. 63 28_48
Tilt azimuth (high res.) .................... 281. 13 27_ 06 279. 20 278. 35 280. 20 281. 34 28_ 99 281. 32 28_18
Emission angle (deg) ....................... 35. 73 4L 89 44. 74 44. 49 44,92 4& 31 47. 20 4& 27 50.79
T_t angle (deg) ........................... & 64 2_ 41 24. 32 24- 19 24, 36 25, 78 25. 37 25. 81 28. 75
Swing s,ngle (deg) (reed. res.) ............... 90. 67 90. 24 89. 72 ! 89- 58 90.23 ' 89. 54 89. 94 8_ 79 8_ 71
8°_ 88 89. 37 89. 22 89. 87 1 89. 21 89. 61 8_ 46 89 39
Swing angle (deg) (high res.) ................ 89. 71
North deviation angle (deg) ............... 1. 55 5. 69 4.40 4.79 1 4.41 3.80 4. 18 4. 07 3` 27[

Pkolocraplty

I
Time of exposure (GMT) :
Year ..................................... 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
Month ................................... 8 I 8: 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
Day ..................................... 8 17 _ 16 16 15 13 14 13 I0
Hour .................................... 14 17 19 10 2 1O 18 10 !
Minute .................................. 52 56 42 lO 34 24 29 52
Second (meal. res.)......................... 3(_ 13 42. 43 58.53 5.73 3`93! 32.33 50. 73 40. 33 51. 53
Second (high res.) ......................... 30. 01 42. 31 58. 41 5. 61 3` 81 32.21 50. 61 51. 41
40.21[
Illumination (de.g) :
Sun angle at nadir ......................... 109. 30 97. 15 • 98. 99 99. 39 i 100. 41 101.96 100.84 101. 42 I0_ 89
Phase angle .............................. 117. 93 120. 55 123, 31 123` 58 i 124. 76 127. 73 128. 21 127. 22 130. 63
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... 267. 70 261.60 262. 73 263` 22 263. 63 1 263`27 i 262.90 262_86 26_ 63
Sun arc at nadir .......................... 3311. 54 2943. 54 2999. 24 3011. 35 3042. 20 3089. 15 3055.31 3072. 83 3147. 64
Alpha ................................... --35. 72 -41• 88 --44. 74 --44. 49 --44.92 --48.31 --47.20 --48_26 --50. 79
Incidence angle .......................... 82. 21 78. 68 7& 57 79. 09 79. 84 79.43 7_ 01 7& 96 79. 85

Photograpks

Tilt distance (ram) (film scale) :


Med. re&.................................. 12. 13 34. 57 36. 09 35. 86 36. 14 3& 56 37. 87 3& 61 40. 24
High re& .................................. 92. 71 ] 263. 84 275. 48 273. 75 275. 88 294.31 28_ 01 294. 72 307. 16
Resolution constant (m) ................... 871. 28 229. 13 243- 29 243. 21 244,70 253.09 249.24 252_ 00 259. 97
Principal ground point:
Latitude (deg) ............................ 26. 81 41. 96 3& 16 37. 94 38. 67 3& 78 _& 84 3& 85 3& 84
Longitude (dog)........................... --133. i0 109. 41 121. 24 128. 79 143.83 l 167. 58 150. 83] 158. 87 -- 159. 43
Slant distance (kin)........................ 5265. 72 1384. 79 1470. 37 1469. 88 1478. 87 1529. 62 1506. 34 1523. 02 1571. 18 I
Corner coordinat_ {reed. re&.):

I Latitude (deg) .......................... 3& 73 5& 19 54- 92 54. 92 55.45 55.52 55.59 55. 63 55._i
Longitude (deg) ......................... --17. 61 133. 15 145. 21 150. 37 168.35 -- 166. 42 176. 18 -- 175. 34 -13z o2 i
2 Latitude (deg).......................... --35. 06 28. 05 21. 22 21. 13 21.61 21.31 21.64 21. 55 2_ 94i
Longitude (deg) ......................... --6_ 49 127. 94 139• 83 145. 52 162. 53 -- 173.04 170.00 178. 29 --13_ 62i
3 Latitude (deg) .......................... & 48 10.64 11.92 11.66 12. 49 8.51 10.70i 9. 23 0.00 i
Longitude (deg) ......................... --70. 71 94,57 114. 63 120. 50 137. 18! 157, O1 142. 33 148. 97 0.00 i
4 Latitude (deg) .......................... 19. 40 59. 54 60.06 59.64 60. 86 I 61.47 61.29 61. 40 61, 30
Longitude (deg) ......................... --65. 83 5_ 38 97. 66 103. 47 118.54 134- 98 120. 95 125. 89 150. 82_
Corner coordinates (high re&.):
i
1 Latitude (deg) .......................... 60. 89 58. 12 46. 78 48. 58 47.35 47.76 47. 97
47. 71 47.65
Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 129. 42 111. 11 123. 30 12& 72 145.92 169. 98 153. 07 1 161. 18: --156. 71
/

2 Latitude (deg) .......................... --& 15 34- 05 29. 71 29. 52 30. 18 30,00 30. 21 1 3_ 13 2_ 81
t

Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 129. 55 113` 25 124- 93 130. 55 147.56 171.42 154.68 1 162. 77 --155. 52
I

3 Latitude (deg) .......................... --17. 18 1 3_ 58 2& 08 27. 84 28.57 28.22 27. 73


106. 42 117. 53 123. 21 140.06 2_0_ 1 2& 41
Longitude (deg) ......................... -- 161. 96 16_ 146.63 154- 42 -- 164.75
4 Latitude (deg) .......................... 55. II 49. 88 46. 70 46. 42 47.30 47.68 47. 60 [ 47. 70 1 4&o5
Longitude (deg) ......................... 164. 94 101. 95 113` 64 119. 16 138. Ol; 15& 87 14_ 40 I 15_ lO -- 169.02

32
S_Tport Data---Continued

t
569 573 577 589 590 593 594 597 601 602 603 607
581 ___ -5----
v-32 v-31 V-29 V-25 V-6 V-14 V-15 1-136 1-30
i
_8 1

rv-146 ] 1"V-123
3132. 84 3099. 55 4284. 26 , 4287. 55 6744.76 438&00 4384. 44 7491. 79 7492. 24 3255. 03 7883. 99 7887. 43 3063. 80 3034- 76
1396. 84 1363, 55 2548. 26 i 2551. 55 500a 76 265200 2648. 44 5755. 79 5756.24 1519. 03 6147. 89 6151. 33 1327. 80 1298. 76
22, 60 20. 12 59. 08 5& 75 24- Ol 58.88 58. 94 11. 14 11. 13 --& 77 & 16 0.00 --8.11 --9.41
-116. 73 -113. 59 --113. 56 -99.81 - 89. 35 --81. 13 -- 81. 15 --74. 61 --74. 01 100.68 134. 86 161. 26 129.35 -- 101. 18

o. 10 o. 19 O. 69 o. 69 o. 34 O. 66 0. 66 0.17 O. 17 O. 29 0.03 O. 02 0.35 0.34


O. 89 O. 89 0. 57 0. 89 0.89 O. 52 O. 52 1. 05 O. 67
28L 07 280. 0.67 1.11 1. 10
285. 39 284.92 282.67 286. 17 ] 286, 48 280.63 280.55 218. 57 25. 14
1. 08 1.2509171
280, 70 280. 284. 66 284- 12 281. 77 285. 6_ 279.58 279. 50
285. 34 ! 236. 57 25. 12 44.7644.82 359. 70 240. 02
40. 97 4L 58 28_ Ol 25.24 36.67 25. 03 25. 09 34. 79 34-78 O. 47 3. 73 2.04 .... e/_i ...... _-;i
2L 30 21.82 10. 97 9.94 K 84 9.64; 9.66 7.60 7. 59 25 O. 82 45 3. 521 2. 31
90. 48 89. 53 90. 98 89. 62 90. 93 90.57! 90. 93 93.52 93.44 215. 85 4484 64.07 353. 76 i 235.06
90. 08 89. 14 90. 22 89.71 90. 05 92. 43 gZ 35 233. 86 44. 82
I

64.01 .......
358. 68 359. 23 13. 16 88.
9.5279 89.59
1. _ 9. 75 9. 93 359.98 359. 95 177. 26 199. 62 199. 22 i7_-()6 i7_-72
I

1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1966


19678 19678 1966
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 11 19675 19675 196_ 8
9 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 25 21 19 26 20
15 9 21 20 13 11 13 13 13 4 23 23 3 7
57 32 51 50 50 22 22 33 33 58 30 27 48 35
41 33 18. 93 31. 43 t9. 03 51. 43 10. 84 5. 44 2_ 84 30. 54 5. 03 25. 03 53. 73 35. 83 O. 83
41. 21 18. 81 31. 31 18.91 51. 31 10. 72 5. 32
4

27. 72 30. 42 4. 91
24.91 53. 611 .........
108. 88 108. 12 96. 43 96. 99 I10.25 97. 75 97. 72 114. 50 I 114. 50 70. 27 67. 81
130. 18 129. 94 107. 40 106. 93 119. 09 107. 39 107. 39
L

70. 42
122. 08 ] 122.08 108. 60 110. 63 69.91 69. 70
271. 25 270. 79 254. 65 258.77 267. 80 259.75 272. 80
, 259. 60 270. 84 [ 270.85 271. 70 271. 07 273.07 276. 20
329K 88 3275. 97 2921. 68 2938. 84 3340. 55 2961.77 2960. 93
I

2129. 21
3469. 28 I 3409. 35 3300. 96 3361. 68 2107. 57 2O54.63
--40. 96 --41. 58 --28. O0 --25. 24 --36. 66 -- 25. 03 --0. 28 108.94 110.1. 94 ] 69.56
--3(72 [ --34. 71 1.56 42 --@68 --3. 31
89, 22 88. 36 79. 39 81. 7O 82.43 82.36 82. 30
r

70. 14 6& 41
I10. 12 i 112.05 69. 35
I
I --25. 09 87. 36 87. 37

31. 13 31. 97 15. 48 13. 99 12. 42 13. 56 13.60 10. 65 10. 65 O. 35 1. 14 0.63 4- 93 3. 23
237. 05 244. 06 118. 26 106.97 94.95 103.62 81.35 1. 63
I 103. 92 81.38 8. 75 4. 79
266. 05 261. 25 442 34 43& 95 872.35 455. 54 455. 02 992. 83 992. 88 ?-51. 35 --;;=_o.
.....44 !,
.........
1017. 72 1017. 96 p 215. 20
E
24. 94 r 28. 04 59. 34 59. 30 26. 96 59. 72
F 59. 85 14- 75 14.70 I --8. 94 2. 79 1. 13 --5.40 --I0. 27
138. 09 / -- 135. 71 --147. 20 -- 129. 76 -- 120. 08 -- 111.50 -- 111. 66 1--102. 28
]
--102. 27 100. 54 136. 09 162. 38 129.34 --162 70
2673. 36 2652 86 2749. 991 6000. 34 6000. 61 1519. 06 6150. 76
5272. 21 2753. 15 ! 6152. 19 1332 25 I 1300. 61
1007. 94 157& 91 i

i
42. 23 I 44. 92 61. 93 59. 66 39. 81 52.36 ! 52. 12 26. 53 26. 50 --32 35 O. OO 0.00 --22. 45 ! --29. 72
[-11191
. 7. 73
I. 70
12. O_
12. 05
7. _g --40.
--6. [)9
3_
3S. 5S
2. 79
39. 05
3. 76 --25.51
1.38
--25.
1. 20
61
73. 54
17. 76
O. OO
O. OO
0.00
O. O0
109.
21. 25
03 173. I0
1205
--122. 17 i --119. 56 -- 109.30 --94. 39 -- 49. 43 -- 74. 96 --75.04 --21. 71 --21. 59 i 79. 69 O. O0 O. O0 111. 21 --178. 79
--2. 24 i O. 69 0. O0 O. O0 q. 69 --2. 15 0.00, --2. 97 --3. 02 15.56 0.00 0.00 16. 63 7. 81
--148 15 i --145. 61 00 O. O0 -- 57. S6 -- 113. 79 0 O0 --28.58 --2& 56 123. 48 0.00 0.00 151. 72 --144-81
52. 39 I 54. 15 69. 59 O0 19.55 67.39
J 66. 99 10.73 lO. 69 --34- 55 0.00 0.00 -- 25.98 -31. 90
--152.55 i --150"56 65. 18 O. O0 -- 52. 98 88.79 89. 02 --24- 58 --24. 58 124. 80 0.00 0.00 145. 33 --145. 24

34- 11 37. 06 75. 62 75. 48 76. 70 56.04


61.14 i 76. 58 55.97 --17. 90 --40.04 -- 42. 89 --13. 02 --18.01
--134- 84 i -- 132. 52 --150. 67 --128. 17 --116. 75 -- 110.21 -110.61 --99.39 --99. 33 97. 68 141. 69 167. 87 126. 48 --165. 60
15. 30 ] 18. 60 43. 78 43.44 -- 7. 97 43. 25 43.43 --25.92 --2& O. 45 40. 44 3& O0 3. 11 -2. 32
--135.96 --133.42 --137. 14 --121. 32 --116. 62 --102.73 --102. 80 :- 100. 49 --100.59_1 9& 70 105. 28 133. 27 12_ 13 --163.98
14. 62 17. 76 40. 80! 41. 15 -- 17. 88 40.89 50. 60 47. 20 2.68 --Z 71
-- 142. 96 -- 140. 51 --149. 67 i --133. 58 --151.60 --115. 40 41.0747
-- 115. [___: 90
91 --137.
9._ 130. 62 157. 63 132.23 --160. 08
35. 15 37. 93 71. 18 [ 72. 38 53. 92 73. 05 73. lOt/ 4& 94
--27._
--
1_.. 13 r --32. 16 --34. 76 -- 13. 43 --I_ 33
-- 143. 03 I -- 140. 91 17& 47 I --160. 31 176. O1 i --145.29 --145. 82 1--152. 41 IOZ 52 [ 164, 12 --168. 77 i3_ 51 --161. 43

33
TAaLE 2.--Photograpbir

Plate number ................................. 611 615 619 623 624 625 629 633 637

Frame number ................................ I III-121 1-10 1-115 1-116 IV-99 1-117 II-34 II-33 II-75
I
I
Spacecraft I
Position : i
Spacecraft radius (kin) ..................... [ 3199. 19 2934_28 3117. 14 3192.24 7878.33 331,'}.
27 3188. 58 3190. 69 32O4. 69
Spacecraft altitude (kin) ................... ! 1463. 19 l19& 28 1381. 14 1456. 24 6142. 23 1581. 27 1452. 58 1454. 69 146& 69
!
-- 12. 92 --_ 76 --& 27 --Z54 _ 107 --& 07 --9. 94 --9. 92 --9. 74
Latitude of nadir point (deg) ................
127. 09 150. 38 14423 14&62 --17_38 152. 84 172. 30 174. 29 158. 42

Mean altitude rate (kin/eel) ................ i 0.32 _40 & 35 _ 32 & 01 0.27 O. 32 0. 32 0.32
Horizontal velocity (kin/see) ................ I 1.07 i 1.17 1. 10 1. 07 _67 1.03 L07 1. 07 LO'/
Tilt a_dmuth (reed. tea.) .................... ! 18L 32 25K94 16 89 3&86 29_ 93 0.00 4.82 20& 19 18L 99
Tilt azimuth (high rest) 18L 76 .............................. 29_ 95 4. 94 207. 50 18L 91
Emission angle (de.g) ....................... 23.91 80. 92 12.23 1Z27 1&77 90.00 3& 74 1. 12 2¢42
Tilt angle (d_) ........................... 12. 71 35. 75 & 77 9. 22 2. 36 90.00 l& 16 0. 61 12. 94
Swing an#e (de&)
(med. r_,) ............... i 18_ 69 25_ 73 3.93 3_ 75 29& 85 270. 00 355. 34 201. 94 183. 37
[ - 183. O9 ................................ 29&86 355. 47
Swing angle (deg) _high r_.) ................ 204. 25 183.30
North deviation angle (de_ ................ 181. 15 163. 86 17X89 172. 98 18_ 53 90. 00 169. 81 176. 70 181. 06

I
Time of exposure (GMT): !
Year ..................................... 1967 1966 1966 1966 1967 1966 1966 1966 1966
Month ................................... 2[ 8 8 8 5 8 11 11 11
Day ..................................... 191 23 25 25 17 25 19 19 2O
19 I 16 O 0 23 7 6 2 10
Hour .................................... [
Minute ................................... 22 36 5 9 24 15 22 54 12
Second (reed...........................
res ) J
i 33 23.63 55.03 40. 93 21, 33 0.93 52 63 2& 33 l& 03
Second (high res.)......................... i 21 ................................ 21.21 .......... 53.51 2& 21 1Z 91
i
Illumination (deg):
Sun angle at nadir ......................... 1 69. 86 60. 81 ' 70. 35 74 68 112. 87 82. 35 69. 77 69. 99 69. 98
Phase angle .............................. I 69. 96 95. 07 69. 75 69. 75 115. 04 90.00 70. 20 7& 22 7_ 23
Sun azimuth at principal ground point ....... i 277.35 318. 26 272.60 271. 76 271.47 272. 36 26&O9 27_ 55 277.47
Sun arc at nadir ........................... i 211& 77 1842. 50 2131. 62 2262. 60 342_O9 249&06 2113. 81 2120. 69 2120. 21

Alpha .................................... i --I. 22 --80.56 _ 83 9. 01 --9. 88 --90.00 --2.67 --_ 42 --1. 57


7& 63 21. 32 71.04 7_ 14 1O& 12 7& 28 7_80 6_ 80 70. 64
Incidence angle ........................... 1
[

Photocmp/_

Tilt distance (ram) (film sea_le) :


Med. res ......................... _........ lgo9 57. 60 9.51 I_ 09 3.29 I. 07 2_ 15 85 l& 35
High res .................................. 13& 89 ................................ 25.18 177.94 5.26 138. 77
Resolution constant (m) ................... 25& 80 34& 72 231. 44 246. 97 102_ 26 O. O0 259. 87 24& 72 25_ 24
Principal ground point:
Latitude (deg) ............................ -24. 13 - 14. 68 --2. 92 --1. 14 3. 51 --11. 66 4. 59 --10. 39 --21. 21
Longitude (deg) ........................... 126. 81 104, 35 145. 26 153.40 179. 92 152.84 173. 51 174.07 157. 99
Slant distance (km) ........................ 1533. 85 _ 2107. 55 1398.77 1492. 62 6166. 14 O. O0 1570. 57 1454.84 1542. 58
Corner coordinates (med. res.) : '_

1 Latitude (deg) .......................... i -50.80 i -46. 57 --19.44 i --18.40 0. 00 0.00 --11.92 --32. 48 --4& 59
Longitude (de&) ......................... ! 78. 65 j ii3. 57 125. 39 I 134. 30 0.00 0.00 153. 27 14& 02 ill 79
Latitude (de&) .......................... O0 32, 87 35. 49 00 0.00 35.80 14. 72 -- 1. 17
--404 [ 0.
2 Longitude (deg) ......................... 109.27 0. O0 122. 27 131.32 0. 00 143. 25 155. 06 14_42
-- 3.52 --0. 07 29.48 : 25.37 0.00 i 0.00
0.0t3 24. 49 12. 26 --_ 68
3 Latitude (deg) .......................... ]
Longitude (deg) ......................... 143. 13 139. 64 -- 179. 83 -- 166. 39 0.00 1 o.oo --15_ 77 -- 164.61 174. 27
4 Latitude (de&) .......................... !: --50.39 --41. 08 --23.83 , --23. 91 0.00 O. O0 --17. 24 --34.95 --4& 27
Longitude (deg) ......................... 174. 86 127. 43 160. 99 172.83 0.00 I 0.00 --173. 11 --163. II --15& 88
Corner coordinates (high r_.) :
I Latitude (de.g) .......................... --35_ 85 --l& 04 --10. 79 --9.58 --3& 26 0.00 --4. 36 --l& 96 --3_ 92
Longitude (deg) ......................... 123. 77 114. 41 142. 20 150. 26 16_ 83 0.00 169. 92 171.22 155. 15

2 Latitude (deg) .......................... --15.05 --O. 78 & 48 9. 01 5Z 69 0.00 l& 92 --1.42 -- I_ 02


Longitude (deg) ......................... I 124.31 9& 80 144. 17 15Z 33 154. 23 0.00 172. 84 17_ 39 155.62
3 Latitude (deg) .......................... --14. 96 -5. 12 5. 97 & 81 49. 97 0.00 17. 79 --1. 67 --11. 92
Longitude (deg) ......................... 128. 77 119. 74 14K 59 157.25 --169. 72 0.00 17& 48 17& 78 160.04

4 Latitude (de&) .......................... --35.66 --25. 29 -- 11. 29 -- l&06 --3Z 21 0.00 --5.08 --19. 22 --3_ 82
Longitude (de&) ......................... 130.06 99. 41 14& 32 154.66 --17& 50 0.00 174. 19 175. 98 161. 27
J I

34
_pport/_zta--Concluded

I
641 645 649 650 651 655 656 ! 657 658 659 671 675
[

1-40 1-38 1-37 1-35 1-36 V-43 V-30 V-26 V-22 V-21 IV-51
1-39 ! V--65

!
I
1

3189. 91 3121. 15 3116. 99 3075. 45 r 3079. 77 3040. 38 2926. 54 6804. 56 6805. 02 6842. 23 5077. 46
3187.45 I 2927. 95 785O. O8
1453. 91 1385. 15 1380. 99 1339. 4511343. 77 1304. 38 1451. 45 I 1191. 95 1190. 54 5068. 56 5069. 02 I 5106. 23 3341.46 6113. 98
--7. 86 --8. 59 --8, 63 _9. 03 _8. 99 --9. 39 -- 7. 89 --44. 72 --44. 90 --25. 33 --25. 62 _ --25. 65 --50. 72 --0. 19
-- 155. O1 -- 159. 54 -- 150. 81 _ 162. 51 _ 162. 23 --152. 92 --155. 17 --147. 27 -- 129. 44 -- 104. 74 --90. 85 --77. 04 --69. 07 -- 119. 45

0.29 0.31 0.32 0.33 [ 0.33 0. 34 0.29 i --0.28 --6. 28 --6. 33 --0. 33 --(1 31 --[1 58 0.00
1. 10 L 13 1. 13 L 14 I. 14 L 16 1.lOi i lO 1.16 0.56 0.56 0.57 0. 77 O. 67
77. 48 73. 28 72. 51 343. 47 20. 03 225. 44 77.43 246.87 252. 09 262. 37 259. 30 260. 48 187. 20 39. 91
.......... ,................................................................ 246. 48 252. 29 261.53 258. 46 259. 65 187. 07 39.97
13. 89 5. 29 4. 80 0. 58 O. 70 2. 79 13. 57 35. O0 35. 55 40. 56 39. 86 4L 31 56.94 14.._fl
7. 51 2. 95 2. 68 0. 42 O. 47 1. 59 7. 35 19. 88 26. 18 9. 55 9.41 9.64 10. 65 3. 18
73. 33 68. 46 67. 65 338. 19 14. 79 220. 61 73. 26 82. 93 90. 73 93. 03 90. 42 92. 07 25- 71 40. 95
.......................................................................... 82. 52 9@. 31 92. 15 89. 53 91. 20 25. 53 40.94
175. 26 175. 44 175. 38 174. 70 174. 78 174. 99 176. 24 359. 08 1.84 357.33 356- 71 357. 22 287. 35 179. 51

1966 1966 1966 19_ 1966 1966 19661 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967
8 8 8 8 8 8 5
8 sl 8 8] s 8 81 12 11 9 8 7 6 13
20 20 20 20 I 20 19 20 ]
14 14 14 14 i 14 17 14 1 11 3 2 1 0 17 23
58 54'. 54 52 52 5 58 1 49 58 43 42 34 17 18
21. 83 21. 33 |5.03 5. 13 59. 73 6. 43 4. 93
9. 53 23. 13 ] 9. 93 L 03 14. 23 21.03 1. 13 !
21. 71 21. 21 _.91 5. O1 I 59. 61 6. 31 4. 81
......................................................................... i
i
77. 49 73. 03 72. 76 70. 12 I 70. 39 68. 67 77. 33 ] 108. 68 109.72 IL4.39 115. 33 I 116. 21 IlL 27 116.88
69. 70 70. 27 I 128. 44 129. 89 123. 92 119. 48 114.8,']
70. 27 i 70. 27 70. 27 70. 27 I 70. 27
272. 23 273. 65 273. 75 274. 81 I 274. 69 275. 84 272. 27 I 268. 04 267. 41 27_ 78 274. 31 274. 39 336. 74 275- 19
124. 74 I 125. 84
2347. 88 2212. 61 2204. 54 2124. 59 I 2132. 88 2080. 56 2342. 96 ! 3292. 91 3324.26 3465.78 3494. 40 3520. 95 3371. 27 3541.53
13. 35 4. 95 4. 46 --6. 27 6. 21 --1.82 13.04 --34-79 --35.54 --40.52 --39. 86 --41. 28 --33.82 9.61
83. 64 75. 23 74. 75 70. O0 70. 49 67. 90 83. 33 93. 64 94.34 83.41 84[.88 84.56 87. 15 123.73

k! I
10. .55 4. 13 3. 75 02 58 0. 65 2. 23 10. 32 i 28. 87 29. 34 ] 13. 43 13. 23 13. 56 23. 88 4.44
220. 61 223.96 102.60 101. 14 103. 63 183. 62 33. 9_
244. 43 229. 72 228. 93 221. 62 222. 34 215. 97 243. 84 220. 29 220. 82 892. 08 890. 33 900. 38 648. 20 1018. 82
l
--K 44 --7.90 --7. 98 --& 72 --& 65 --I0. 23 --6.49 --4&77 --47.43 I --25.37 --27. 23 --26. 53 --85. 28 & 4_
-- 148.73 --157.26 -- 157. 76 -- 162.60 --162. I0 --153. 78 --149.05 --16_61 --124.91 --112.40 -- 168. 61 --112. 11
--151.42 --139.16
1477. 23 138K 34 1383. 59. 1339. 39 1343. 73 1305. 26 1473.67 133L39 5380. 83 5441. 61 3917. 49 6157. 4_
1334. 59 5391. 42
E i
--25. 34 --26. 52 --26. 59 -- 27. 32 -- 27. 24 --29. 50 --25. 38 ! --31.31 --29. 28 38. 82 35. 83 i
38. 73 --27. 95 0.0C
--168.32 --178. 11 -- 17& 72 175. 11 175. 77 -- 177. 15 -- 168. 67 [--152. 47 --136. 14 --68. 73 --56. 81 i --42. 73 --49. 77 0.O(
i

17. 58 15. 73 15.64 14. 88 14. 95 11.84 17. 50 i --62. 49 --60. 13 --44. 44 --42. 99 : --43. 97 0.OO 0.O(
--165. 36 --173. 68 --17_ 18 --179. 11 --178. 60 -- 169.64 --165. 67 i--137.09 -- 121.25 --31.60 --6. 34 --0. 75 0.OO 0.0(
22. 16 15.64 15. 17 11.43 II. 76 8.27 23. 99 I --70. 41 --64. 05 --20.44 --21. 42 --20. 75 0.00 0.0(
i

--110.44 --133.00 --133. 99 --142. 33 i --141. 55 -- 135. 48 --lOg39 i 145.47 13&64 --71.33 --56. 26 --43. 59 0.00 0.O(
--33. 92 --31.57 --31.49 --30. 85 --30. 91 --32.21 --33 761 --22. 50 --13.35 --9. 33 -- 10. 46 --9. 68 -- 15. 35 0.0(
--117. 48 --13_85 --136. 70 --144.39 --143.64 --135. 68 --118.42! 171. 52 -- 17& 41 --75. 68 --61. 04 --48. 24 -- 142. 12 0.O(
i
i

-- 15. Ol -- 15. O0 -- 16. 05 --16. 56 --16. 51 -- 17.99 --15.05! --41.10 --39. 61 10. 18 7. 40 9. 14 --62. 45 --30. O(
-- 151. 49 -- 160. 06 -- 160. 56 --16.5. 48 --164.98 --15_63 --151.81 1--165.83 -- 149.22 --135.27 --120. 26 --108. 52 --8L 28 -- 120. 9_
2.70 O. 68 O. 57 --0. 44 --0. 34 --Z 27 2. 62 --5& 79 --55. 22 --60. 80 --6_ 24 --62. 56 --75. 75 66. 6_
--150. 26 -- 158. 65 -- 159. 13 --163.88 -- 163. 40 -- 155. 08 -- 150. 58 --165. 29 --147.44 -- 139.83 --126. 97 --114. 07 96. 14 -- 127. O]
2.68 O. 43 0. 30 --0. 82 --_ 71 --2. 62 2.59 --57.43 --55. 92 --4_ 74 --49. 12 --47. 76 --73. 49 64. 14
-- 145. 56 -- 154. 40 -- 154. 91 --159.84 I --15_ 33 --151. 17 -- 145. 90 -- 174. 81 --156. 39 165. 72 174. 40 -- 170. 96 149. 48 --69. 6_
i

--15. 44 --16.40 --16.45 --10. 94 -- 16. 89 -- 18. 32 --15.48 --40. 71 12. 78 7. 49 --62. 50 --30. 34
-- 146. 79 -- 155. 71 -- 156. 23 --161. 28 --160.76 --152. 45 --147. 12 --172. 29 --155. 82 91 -- 152. 59 -- 136. 50 -- 105. 31 --98. 4]
--39.16 _161198

35
TAB_ 3.--Lunar Feature.s

Crater Plate Photo LAC chart Crater Plate Photo LAC chart
number number number number

Abenezra ..................... 310 IV-96_H1 96 Bainy ......................... 457 IV-193-M 125


Abtdfeda ..................... 309 IV-96-H2 78 461 IV-179-M
313 IV-89-H2 463 IV-179-H2
Adams ....................... 346 IV-39-H1 98 Baily ........................ 11.4 IV-91-H3 13
45O IV-38-H3 Ball ......................... 404 IV-112-H3 112
523 IV-184-H2 Balmer ...................... , 345 IV-39-H2 97
Agatharchides ................ 286 IV-132-H1 93 346 IV-39-H1
Agrippa ...................... 210 IV-97-H1 59, 60 522 IV-184-H1
Albategnius .................. 305 IV-101-H2 77 Barocius ..................... 413 IV-100-H2 113
309 IV-96-H2 417 IV-95-H2
Alfraganus ................... 312 IV-89-H3 78 Ba2row ...................... 510 IV-191-H1
316 IV-84-H3 Bayer ........................ 378 IV-155-HI 125
Alia.cenc_ .................... 3O6 IV-101-H1 95, 112 Beaumont. ................... 321 IV-77-H2 96
IV-107-H3 Behaim ...................... 526 IV-178-H1
412 IV-100-H3 Beila ........................ 498 IV-58-H3
AIInanon ..................... 3O9 IV-96-H2 96 Ber_us ...................... 519 IV-165-H2
313 IV-89-H2 Bessel ....................... 212 IV-90-H3 42
Alpetragius ................... 301 IV-108-H2 77, 95 Bianchini .................... 16 IV-152-H1 11
Alphousus .................... 301 IV-108-H2 77 74 IV-151-H3
Amundsen .................... 484 IV-106-H1 78 IV-145-H3
488 IV-94-HI 426 IV-83-H1
496 IV-70-HI 430 IV-76-H1
5O4 IV-44--HI 434 IV-71-HI
._axagoras ................... 23 I_'-128-H2 273 IV-149-H2 74,75
27 IV-II6--H2 Bh-mingh_m .................. 23 IV-128-H2 12
Anaximander ................. 7 IV-176--H2 Birt ......................... 298 IV-113--H1 95
11 IV-164-H2 Blagg ........................ 206 IV-102-H1 59
-Mlaximenes .................. 7 IV-176-H2 Bl_uc_nus .................... 4"/8 IV-118-H3 125
11 IV-164-H2 Bls_chinus ................... 302 IV-108-H1 95
15 IV-152-H2 306 IV-101-H1
Angstr6m .................... 76 IV-151-H1 39' 408 IV-107-H3
8O IV-145-H1 Bo_tslawsky .................. 491 IV-82-H2
176 IV-144-H3 495 IV-170-H2
.Mlsgarius .................... 239 IV-17-_{ Bohnenber_er ................. 325 IV-72-H2 79,97
349 IV-27-H2 Bonpland ..................... 292 IV-120-H3 76
5-'25 IV-178-_I Borda ........................ 326 IV-72-HI 97
5_'26 IV-17S-H1 330 IV-65-HI
Apianus ...................... i 3O6 IV-101-H1 95 Bo_covieh ..................... 209 IV-97-H2 60
310 I¥-96- H 1 Boss .......................... 519 IV-165-H2
41_9 IV-100-H3 Bouguer ...................... 16 IV-152-H1 11
218 IV-85-H 1 60 78 IV-145-H3
Arago ........................ i
Aratus ....................... ! 204 IV-102-H3 41 503 IV-44-H2
100 IV-115-H1 41 Boussingault _................. 485 IV-94-M
Archimedes ................... i
167 IV-157-M 499 IV-58-H2
E
199 IV-109-M 524 IV-18A-H3
20O l_r-109-H3 Brenner ...................... 429 l-V-76-H2 1i4
Arebytas ..................... 28 IV-116-H1 12 ! 432 IV-71-H3
32 IV-104-H1 433 1T-71-H2
Aristarchus .................... 76 IV-151-H1 39 Breisla,k ...................... : 410 IY-107-HI 113, 127
167 IV-157-M 414 IV-100-HI
Axistotelez ..................... 32 IV-104-H1 13 417 1_'-95-H2
36 IV-92-H1 Brisbane ..................... 524 IV-184-H3
Arnold ........................ ;35 IV-g2-H2 528 IV-178-H3
43 IV-68-H2 Bueh ........................ 417 IV-95-H2 113
i .510 IV-191-HI 420 IV-88-H3
l
i .514 IV-177-H1 421 IV-88-H2
Arzachel ..................... I 301 IV-108-H2 95 Bullialdu.s .................... 289 I_'-125-H2 94
Aselepi ....................... 410 IV-107-H1 127 Burekhardt ................... 237 IV-54-H2 44
414 IV-100-H1 511 IV-19L-H2
418 1_;-95-H1 515 l_r-177-H2
422 I-V-88-H 1 Bfirg ......................... 115 IV-91-H2 26
Atlas ....................... 122 IV-79-H3 27 116 IV-91-HI
123 IV-79-H2 Bfisehing ..................... 417 1T-95--H2 113
511 IV-191-H2 420 IV-88-H3
Azophi ...................... 310 IV-96--H1 96 421 IV-88--H2
314 IV-89-H1 Byrd ........................ 6 IV-176--H3
Babbage ..................... 8 1W-176--H1 26 IV-116-H3
Baeo ......................... 410 l_--107-H1 127 34 IV-92-H3
414 IV-100-H1 Byrgius ...................... 262 IV-168-HI 92
418 IV-95-H1 266 IV-lfiI-HI
486 IV-94-H3 368 IV-167-H3
Baillaud ..................... 35 IV-92-H2 Campanus .................... 286 I_'-132_-H 1 93, 94
39 IV-80-H2 392 IV-131-H3
43 IV-fS-H2 Capella ...................... 324 IT-72-H3 79
514 IV-177-H1

36
TABLE 3.--Lu_x Features--Continued

Crater Plate Photo LAC chart Crater Plate Photo LAC chaxt
number number number number

Capua._us .................... 388 IV-136-H3 III Eratosthene_ .................. 195 IV- 114- M 58, 76
392 IV-131-H3 197 IV- 114-H2
Caxdanus ..................... 161 IV-169-H2 Euclid_ ...................... 284 IV-132-H3 76
Carpenter ..... ............... 1 IV-190-M Euler ........................ 184 IV-133-H3 39, 40
Cathaximt .................... 317 IT-84-H2 96 F_brieius ..................... 429 IV-76-H2 114
Cauchy ...................... 225 IV-73-H2 61 F 433 IV-71-H2
229 IV-66-H2 409 IV-107-H2 112, 113
Cavalerius .................... 162 IV-lfig-H1 56 Faraday ..................... 413 IV-100-H2
166 IV-162-HI Fermat ..................... I 314 IV-89-H1 96
Celsius ..................... 420 IV-88-H3 113 409 IT-107.-H2 112
Chacornac .................... 220 IV-78-H3 42, 43 Fernelius .................... 412 ]V-100-H3
Chevallier .................... 515 I IV-177-H2 27 Firmicu.s ..................... 512 IV-191-H3 62
Ciehus ....................... - p
392 IV-131-H3 111 Flammmaon .................. 3O0 l_V-108-H3 77
396 IV-12A-H3 l_msteed .................... 276 IV-143-H3 75
Clairaut ...................... 410 rv'-107-H1 113, 127 Fontenelle .................... 23 IV-128-H2 Ii, 12
413 l_,r-100-H 2 24 IV-128-H1
Clavius ...................... 386 l_r-142-H1 125, 126 Foucault ..................... 12 IV-164-H1
407 l_:107-M 16 IV-152-H1
457 IV-19S-M 74 lV-151-H3
C]eomedes .................... 232 1_'-61-H3 43, 44 Fracastorius .................. 322 IV-77-H1 97
237 1%T-54--H 2 Fra Mauro .................. 292 IV-120-H3 76
512 1W'-191-H3 Franklin ..................... 511 IV-191-H2 27
Colombo ..................... 329 IV-65-H2 79 Fmunhofer ................... 441 IV-59--H2 114
333 IT-6ff-H2 Furnerius ................... 445 l_V-52-H2 t 14
Conon ....................... 204 IV-102-H3 41 Galilaei ..................... 165 ]V-162-H2 56
Cook ........................ 333 IV-f0-H2 97 Gambart ...................... 194 IV-121-HI 58
Copernicus ................... 189 IV-126-H2 58 198 IV-114-H1
193 IV-121-H2 292 ]V-120-H3
Crfiger ....................... 261 IV-168-H2 74,92 G_rtner ...................... 36 IV-92-H 1 13
265 IV-Ill-H2 40 ] V-80-H 1
Curtius ...................... 479 IV-I18-H2 126 510 IV-191-H1
Cuvier ....................... 4O6 IV-112-H1 126, 127 514 IV-177-H1
410 I IV-107-H 1 Gassendi .................... 277 IV-143-H2 93
482 IV-106-H3 281 IV-137-H2
I
_yrillus ...................... 317 IV-84-H2 78 Gauricus ................... 404 ]V-112-H3 111,112
Damoiseau ................... 264 1W-161-H3 74 Gauss ...................... 515 ]V-177-H3
Darney ...................... 221 IV-125-H2 76 519 IV-165-H2
Darwin ...................... i 261 IV-168-H2 92 Gay-Lusssc ................ 189 IV-126-H2 58
Davy ........................ i 297 IV-113-H2 77 193 IV-121-H2
Dawes ....................... i 217 IV-85_H2 42 Geber ...................... 309 IV-96--H2 96
221 IV-78-H2 " 313 IV-89-H2
De Gs.sparis .................. I 274 l_r-149-H1 92 Geminus ..................... 511 IV-191-H2 27
214 IV-90-HI 78 515 IV-177-H2
Delambre .................... 312 IV-89-H3 Gemma Frisiu_ .............. 416 lV-95-H3 112, 113
De la Rue .................. [ 44 IV-68--H 1 Gibbs ....................... 526 IV-178-H1
510 IV-191-H1 Gilbert ...................... 526 ]V-178-H1
514 IV-177-H1 Goelenius .................... 333 ]V-60-H2 79
Delaunay .................. 306 IV-IO1-H1 55 Goddard ..................... 241 ]V-181-H2
Delisle ....................... 8O lV-145-HI 39 520 ]V-165-H3
84 IV-139-HI Godin ........................ 210 ]V-97-H 1 59, 60
:)elmotte .................... 515 IV-177-H2 44 Goldschrnidt ................. 23 IV-128-H2
Deluc ....................... 394 IV-131-HI 126 27 IV-116-H2
402 IV-fig-HI I 510 ]V-191-H1
! 478 IV-I18-H3 416 IV-95-H3 113
515 IV- 177-H 1 Goodacre ................... i
Democritus ................... I 13 42O IV-88-H3
:)eseartes .................... I 313 IV-89--H2 78 26O IV-168-H3 94
IV-u3-H 1 95 Grimaldi ..................... 264 IV-161-H3
)eslandres ................... IV-II2-H3 479 IV-II8-H2
Gruemberger .................
:)iophantus ................... ! 84 IV-139-H1 39 76 IV-151-HI 23
GruithuLsen ..................
)ollond ...................... i 313 IV-89-H2 78 80 IV-145-H1
)oppelmayer ................. 278 IV-143-H1 93 Guericke ..................... ' 293 IV-120-H 2 76
384 IV-142-H3 297 IV-II3--H2
)rygalski .................... 460 IW-193-H 1 Gutenberg ................... 324 IV-72-H3 79
__xldingtoo .................... 160 IV-169-H3 325 IV-72-H2
,3ichstadt.................... 254 IW-181-H1 328 YV-65-H3
258 17¢- 173-H 1 H agecius ..................... , 422 I_-88-H 1 127
_immart ..................... 512 IV-191-H3 44 426 IV-83-H 1
516 IV-177-H3 430 IV-76-H 1
_ndymion ..................... 44 IV-68-H1 Hahn ........................ 519 IV-165-H2
510 IV-191-H 1 Hainzel ....................... 385 IV-142-H2 110, 111
514 IV-177-HI 389 IV-136-H2
518 IV-165-H1 Hale ......................... 501 IV-44-M
_pigenes ..................... IV-128-H2 Halley ....................... 3O4 IV-101-H3 77
IV-116-H2 308 IV-96-H3

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Crater Plate Photo LAC chart Crater Plate Photo LAC chart
number number number number

I
Hansteen ..................... 273 IV-149-H2 74 Julius Caesar ................. 213 IV-90-H2 60
Hanno ....................... 524 IV- 184-H3 409 IV-107-H2 112
528 IV-178-H3 412 IV-100-H3
HarpS]us ..................... 16 IV-152-H1 11 317 IV-84-H2 78
66 IV-163-H3 Kapteyn ..................... 522 IV-184-H1 80
70 IV-158-H3 K_stner ...................... 239 IV-17-M
H_se ......................... 338 IV-53-H 1 98 348 IV-27-H3
523 IV-184-H2 526 IV-178-H1
459 IV-193-H2 Kepler ....................... 181 IV-138-H2 57
Hayn ........................ 518 IV-165--HI ]_ie8 ......................... 290 1T-125-HI 94
Heeat_eus .................... Z39 IV-17-M Kircb_ ....................... 95 IV-122-H2 25
35O IV-T/-H2 99 IV-115--H2
526 IV-178-H1 Klnproth ..................... 479 IV-118-H2
Hdieon ...................... ] 83 IV-139-H2 24 Kie_l ........................ 305 IV-101-H2 77
87 IV-134-H2 Kr_ ....................... 161 IV-169-H2
Hell ........................ 400 IV-119-H3 112 Krusemstern .................. 412 IV-100-H3 95
404 IV-112-H3 Kunnwsky ................... 186 IV-133-H1 57
Helmholtz .................... 503 IV-44-H2 Lal_de ...................... 198 IV-II4-HI 77
525 IV-178-M 296 IV-113-H3
528 IV-178-H3 Lambert ..................... 92 IV-127-H1 40
Heraclitus .................... 402 IV-119-HI 126 188 IV-126-H3
406 IV-II2-HI LB_II_ ........................ 522 1_r-184-H1 80
409 IV-107-H2 Laagrenus .................... 336 IV-53-H3 80
410 IV-107-H I 337 IV-53-H2
Hercules ..................... 122 IV-79-H3 27 522 IV-184-H1
123 IV-79-H2 La_sberg ..................... 190 IV-126-H1 58, 76
511 IV-191-H2 284 IV-132-H3
Herigonius ................... 281 IV-137-H2 75 287 IV-125-H3
Herodotus .................... 167 IV- 157- ._I 38, 39 La Pdrouse ................... 239 IV-17-M
168 IV-157-H3 522 IV-184-H1
Herschel ..................... 3O0 IV-10B-H3 77" 526 IV-178-H1
Herschel, J ................... 11 IV-164-112 11 Lassell ....................... 297 IV-113-H2 77, 95
12 IV-164-H 1 278 IV-143-H1 93
16 IV-152-H 1 384 IV-142-H3
Hesiodus ..................... 294 IV-]20-H 1 94 Legendre ..................... 346 IV-39-H1 98
400 IV-119-H3 450 IV-38-H3
Hevelius ..................... 162 IV- 169-H 1 56 523 IV-184-H2
163 IV-162-M Legentil ...................... 463 IV-179-H2
166 IV-162-HI 467 IV-166-H2
Hippalus ............... _ ..... 282 IV-137-H1 93, 94 Lehma_a ..................... 373 IV-160-H2 II0
286 IV-132-HI Letronne ..................... 277 IV-143-H2 75
Hipparchus .................. 3O4 IV-101-H3 77 Le Verrier .................... 87 IV-134-H2 24
3O8 IV-96-H3 91 IV-127-H2
Hommel ..................... 414 IV-I_-H I 127 Le_elJ, ........................ 4O4 IV-U2-H3 112
418 IV-95--HI 408 IV-107-H3
422 IV-88-HI Liaptmov ..................... 520 IV-165-H3
Hooke ....................... 515 IV-177-H2 27 Licetus ....................... 4O5 IV-112-H2 112, 126
Horrebow .................... 12 IV-164-H1 11 4O6 IV-112-H1
16 Yv'-I52-HI 4O9 IV-107-H2
70 IV-158-H3 Lick ......................... 512 IV-191-H3 62
Horrocks ..................... 206 Inj- 102--H 1 77 Lilius........................ 396 l-V- 124-H1 126
304 IV-101-H3 402 IV-119-H1
Hortensius ................... 186 IV-133-H1 58 406 IV-112-H1
190 IV-126-H1 482 IV-106-H3
Hubble ...................... 520 IV-165-H3 Lindenau ..................... 318 IV-84-H1 96
Huggins ..................... 401 IV-I19-H2 112 420 IV-88-H3
405 IV-t12-H2 424 IV-83-H3
Humboldt .................... 525 IV-178-M Linnd ........................ 208 IV-97-H3 42
527 IV-178-H2 Littrow ...................... 220 1V-78-H3 43
Ideler ........................ 414 IV-100-H1 127 429 IV-76-H2 114
Loekyer ......................
418 IV-95-H 1 Lohrmann .................... 166 IV-162-HI 74
421 IV-88-H2 264 IV-161-H3
IBg_ .................... 361 IV-180-H2 Longomontantm ............... ' 386 IV-142-H1 125, 126
362 IV-180-H1 394 IV-131-H1
Jacobi ....................... 402 IV-IIg-HI 126, 127 289 IV-125-H2 94
Lubiniezky ...................
406 IV-112-HI 526 IV-178-H3
Lyot .........................
410 IV-107-H1 Madear ...................... 213 IV-90-H2 60
486 IV-94-H3 217 IV-85-H2
Jansen .......................
!
221 IV-78-H2 60, 127 M acrobius .................... 228 1%'-66-H3 43
Jansky ....................... 242 IW-18-H 1 232 IV-61-H3
520 IV-165-H3 512 IV-191-H3
Janssen ...................... 433 IV-71-H2 113, 114 M gdler ....................... I 321 IV-77-H2 7_ 79
Joliot-Curie .................. 240 i I-V-18-H3 Magelhaeus ................... 329 IV-65-H2 79
520 IV-165-H3 333 IV-60-H2
Jules Verne ................... 637 II-75-M

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3.--Lunar
F_ontinued

Crater Plate Photo LAC chart Crater LAC chart


number nmnber ntP_ r Photo
number
b

IV-119-H2 Peary ........................ 22 ] IV-128-H3


Maginus ..................... 401 112, 126
402 IV-119-H1 26 rV--II6-H3
405 IV-I12--H2 34 IV-92-H3
481 IV-106-M Peiro_ ....................... 236 IV-54-H3 44
Mairau ...................... 71 IV-158-H2 23, 60 512 IV-191-H3
Mallet ....................... 437 IV-64-H2 114 Pdrescius .................... 445 IV-52-H2
M_nilius ..................... 209 IV-97-H2 59 524 IV-184--H3
Mm_zinus .................... 485 IV-94-M Petavius .................... 338 IV-53-H1 98
487 IV-O4-H2 523 IV-184--H2
491 IV-82-H2 PhilolAus .................... I IV-190-M
MLraldi ...................... 220 IV-78-H3 43 11 IV-164--H2
224 IV-73-H3 15 IV-152-H2
Marco Polo ................... 201 IV-109-H2 59 Phillips ...................... 523 IV-184-H2
Marinus ...................... 527 IV-178-H2 527 IV-178-H2
Markov ....................... 4 IV-190-H1 Picard ...................... 236 IV-54-H3 02
Maskelyne ................... 222 IV-78-H1 60, 61 512 IV-191-H3
Mauper_us ................... 78 IV-145-H3 II Piccolomini .................. 322 IN-77-H1 9_,97
82 IV-139-H3 428 IV-76-H3
Maurolycus ................... 409 IV-107-H2 112, 113 Pickering ..................... 210 IV-97-HI 77
413 IV-100-H2 308 IV-96-H3
417 IV-95-H2 Pictet ........................ 401 IV-119-H2 112
Mercator ..................... 213 IV-90-H2 94 405 IV-II2-H2
286 l-v'- 132-H 1 Pitatus ....................... 294 IV-120-HI 94
396 IV-124-H3 406 IV-I19-H3
tV[ereurius .................... 515 IV-177-H2 404 IV-112-H3
Mersenius .................... 274 IV-149-H1 93 Pitiscus ..................... 418 ]V-95-H1 113, 127
lVresss_ ....................... 511 IV-191-H2 27 422 _r-88--H 1
515 IV-177-H2 Plana ....................... 115 IV-91-H2 26
Messier ...................... 332 IV-60-H3 79 116 ' IV-91-H1
Metius ....................... 433 IV-71-H2 114 Plato ........................ 24 IV- 128-H 1 12
437 IV-64-H2 86 IV-134-H3
Meton ....................... 31 IV-104-H2 94 IV-122-H3
35 IV-92-H2 187 IV-126-1_
510 IV-191-H1 Playfair ...................... 306 IV-101-H1 95
Milichius ..................... 185 IV-133-H2 57 310 IV-96-H1
M ille_ ........................ 304 1W-101-H3 112 Plinius ....................... 217 IV-85-H2 6O
405 IV-112-H2 Plutarch ..................... 516 IV-177-H3
409 IV-107-H2 520 IV-165-H3
Monge ....................... 329 IV-65-H2 97 Poisso. ...................... 416 IV-95-H3 95
333 IV-60--H2 Polybius ..................... 318 IV-84-H1 96
Moretus ...................... 479 I_'-118-H2 Pontanus ..................... 310 IV-96-H1 96
481 IV-106-M 314 1¥-89-H 1
525 IV-178--H I Poncelet ..................... 2 IV-190-H3
M6sting ...................... 202 IV-109-H1 77 3 IV-190-H2
IV-113-H3 7 IV-176-H2
IV-108-H3 Pont6ooulant ................. 438 IV-64-H1
[_{utus ....................... 490 IV-82-H3 127 524 IV-184-H3
Nasireddin .................... 405 IV-112--H2 112 528 IV-178-H3
409 IV-107-H2 637 IV-184-H3
Neande_ ..................... 432 IV-71-H3 97 PriDz ........................ 76 IV-151-H1 39
Nearch ....................... 422 IV-88-H1 127 176 IV-144-H3
Neper ........................ 520 IV-165-H3 Proclus ...................... 229 IV--66-H2 43, 61
Neumayer .................... 503 IV-44-H2 233 IV-61-H2
Newton ...................... 479 IV-I18-H2 Proctor ...................... 401 IV-fig-H2 112
Nicolai ........................ 417 IV-95-H2 113 405 IV-I12-H2
421 IV-88-H2 Protagoras ................... 28 IV-I16-H1 12
425 IV-83--H2 32 IV-104-HI
N_gersth .................... 374 IV-160-H1 110,125 98 IV-I15-H3
378 IV-155-HI Ptolemaeus ................... 300 IV-108-H3 77
Nonius ....................... 408 IV-107-H3 112 301 IV-108-H2
412 IV-100-H3 304 IV-101-H3
0enopides .................... 4 IV-190-H1 Purbach ..................... 302 IV-108-H1 95
54 IV-18_H3 408 IV-107-H3
58 IV-175-H3 3 IV-190-H2
Oken ........................ 523 IV-184-H2 7 IV-176-H2
IV-178-H2 8 IV-176-HI
_rontius ..................... 52_I IV-IIg-H2 112 Py. theas ...................... 188 IV-126-H3 40
Yv'-II2-H2 Rabbi Levi ................... 420 IV-88-H3 113
Pallas ........................ 40_2 IV-109-H 1 59 424 IV-83-H3
Parrot ....................... _ 305 IV-101-H2 77 Regiomontanus ............... 302 IV-108-H1 95
Parry ........................ , 194 rv'-i 20-H3 76 408 IV-I07-H3
Pascal ....................... 3 IV-190-H2 R_chenbaeh .................. 330 IV-65-H1 97
7 IV-176--H2 334 IV-60-HI

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LAC chart
} LAC chsrt Crater number number
Crater Plate Photo
number i number

112
401 1%'-119-H2
170 I 56 153 IV-182-H2
Reiner ....................... i l_'-157-H 1
58 St_uve ....................... 410 IV-107-HI
Reinh_d ..................... 159_0 I_'-126-H 1 Tm_eT_ ..................... 414 IV-100-H1
P_epsold ...................... IV-189-H3
1_hsetieus .................... 206 IV-102-H1 59, 77 Taruntius .................... 512 IV-191-H3
210 IV-97-H 1
114 Thsles ....................... 514 IV-177-H1 95
Rheits ....................... 433 i IT-71-H2 Thebit ....................... ; 298 IV-II3-H1
4as _,
_,-e4-H3 302 IV-108-H1
78
Kiecioli...................... 256 I IW-173-H3 Theophilus ....... ............ 317 IV-84--H2
26O i V-168-H3 321 IV-T7-H2
113 28 IV-11fi--HI 12
11iceius...................... 421 i V-88-H2 TiHIIM_I_..................... 40
424 V-83-H3 96 IV-12_--H I
43 Timoclmris ...................
l_6mer ....................... 224 / V-T_-H3 192 IV-12t-H3
127
196 IV-11_-H3
Kosenberser .................. 422 IV-Z_-Hz 57, 58
430 IV-7_--H1 185 1N-133--H2
Tobias Maye_ ................. 78
494 IV-79-H3 320 IV-TT-H3
60 Torricelli ..................... 59
206 IV-102-H1
Ross ......................... 217 IW-85-H2 96 Trie_.ecker ...................
Rothmann ................... 318 IV_B4--HI 603 1-13_-M
Tsiolkovsky ...................
424 I"V-83--H3 612 III-121-H1
428 1W-76-H3 613 III-121-H2
126
Ruthedurd ................... 474 IW-130-H3 625 I-IIT-M
478 IV-I18-H3 397 IV-124-H2 111, 112
60 Tyeho .......................
_.bine ....................... 218 TV-85--HI 401 1W-119-H2
96 59
Saerobosco ................... 310 1_'-96-H I 205 1%'-102-H2
"Ukert ........................
314 1%_-89-H 1 206 IV-102-H1
97 52 IV-189-H1
Santbech ..................... 329 IX-65-H2 Gush _sh ..................
330 IV-65-H 1 56 IV-183-H1
112 441 I_'-59-H2
Sasserides ..................... 401 _ I-V-119-H2
Vega ......................... 445 IV-52-H2
112 523 IV-184-H2
Saussure ..................... 401 IV-IIg-H2
405 IV-II2-H2 524 1T-184--H3
125 337 1T-S3-H2 98
Scheiner ..................... ) 386 I-V-142-H2
I I0 Vendelinus ...................
Sch_cksrd .................... i 369 IV-167-H2 522 IV-IS_-HI
405 1 1¥-112-H2 92
266 IV-161-HI
Vieta ........................
461 IV-179-51 372
125 '
Schiller ...................... 374 I'V-160-HI 376
378 IV-155-HI 278 9_ llo
377 I_'-155-H2
V-179-_I ViteUo ....................... '
461 384 [V-142-H3
Schlfiter ...................... 252 V-181-H3 59 388 lV-136--H3
221 IV-78-H2 43
Schomber_;er .................. 483 V-106-H2 Vitru_ius .....................
491 V-82-H2 422 IV-88-HI 127
59 Vlacq ........................ 426 IV-83-H1
Sehr5ter ...................... 202 _,_109-H1
430 IV-76-H1
Schumacher .................. 515 _-177-H3
494 IV-70-H3
Scoresby ..................... _2 _I-128-H3
30 N-104-H3 95, 112
Walter ....................... 408 1_;-107-H3
34 _V-92-H3 412 1V-100-H3

Scott ........................ 484 [V-106-H I 430 1V-T6-H I


Watt ........................
496 [V-70-H 1 433 I_:-71-H2
160 [N'-I69-H3 38 43 IW-T1-HI
Seleucus ..................... 8O
52 1%'-LB_-H1
Senec_ ....................... 51_ IV-t77-H3 Webb ........................
529 [V-Ifi5-H3 4_ iW-107-H3 95, 112
23 Werner ......................
41 1V-100-H3
Sharp ........................ 71 [V-15B-H2
21 IV-9_H1
Simpelius ..................... 428 IV-141-_2 Whewell ..................... 111
487 I_-91-H2 3_ 1V-136--H2
98 Wilhelm ......................
3(, IW-131-H2
Snellius...................... 334 IV-50-H I
338 IV-53-HI 1V-83-112 113
4_
Wohler ....................... 62
440 IV-59-H3 I%_--61-H2
60 Yerkes .......................
213 IY-90-H2 512 [V-191-H3
Sosigeues ...................... 417 IV-95-H2 113 62, 114
441 IV-59-H2
SpsIIa_zaui ................... 421 IV-88-H2 Yottn_ ........................ IV-IIg-H1 126
402
58 Zs_h .........................
St_lius ....................... , 193 IV-121-H2 406 1%T-II2-HI
197 IV-114--H2 482 IV-I06-H3
318 1¥-84-H 1 96, 113
Steinheil ..................... 430 I_-76-H 1
_llt ........................ _-88-H3
433 IV-71-H2 42O
98, 114 424 N-83-H3
Stevinus ..................... 440 IV-59--H3
113 [V-177-H2
Stiborius ..................... 424 IV-83--H3 515
112 Zeno ......................... 78
312 [V-89-H3
Stbfler ....................... 409 IV-107-H2
413 IV-100-H2 .......................
Zallner 316 [V-84-H3
[V-167-HI 125
Strabo ....................... 44 [V-68-HI 379
510 IV-19[-H[ I Zuccbius .....................
514 IV-177-HI

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Plato Photo LAC ch_rt Lake_ marshes Plate Photo LAC chart
number number number
• number

Mare Aestuum ............... 407 IV-107-M l_v'-91-H2 26


Mare Anguis ................. 516 I%T-177-H3 44 Lacus Mori_ ................ 116
115 IV-91-H1
Mare Austrsle ................ 239 I IV-17-M I_,_91-M 26, 27
Lacus Somuiorum ............. 113
443 IV-52-M Palus Somvi .................. 220 1T-66-H2 61
Mare Crisium ................. 89 1T-127-M 44, 62
109 IV-9_-M
117 IV-86-M Gulf_, ' I_---_----
Photo LAC chart
331 l_'-60-M number
Mare Fectmditatis ............. 315 IV-84-M 61, 62
• number
423 IV-83-M
431 IV-71-M Sinu_ Aestuum_ ............... 179 IV-138-M 59
443 IV-52-M 187 IV-126-M
[
9 IV-164-M 191 I_'-I21-M
Mare Frigoris. ................ r 11, 12
13 IV-152-M 195 IV-II4-M
i Sinus Iridum ................. 17 IV-140-M 24
17 IV-liO-M
I IT-134-M
81 rV-139-M
13 IV-152-M IV-122-M

Mare Humboldtianum ......... 1 141 IV-23-M 175 IV-144-M


518 D/-165-HI Sinus Medii .................. 199 IV-109-M 59, 77

Mare Humorum ..............


i
!
537
367
V-181-M
IV-167-M 93
Sinus Roris ................... 49"_
IT-I12-M
IV-164-M 11, 12
375 1W'-155-M 57 1W-175-M
383 IV-142-M 69 I_158-M

387 l_r-136-M 77 IV-145-M


Mare 81 IV-139-M II, 24
85 IV-134-M
Imbrium ............... 93 1W'-122-M Mountains ! Plate Photo i LAC chart
179 IT-138-M number I
Mare Marglnis ................ 601 1T-146-M L
. _ tt_ bet
Mare Moscoviense ............. 549 V- 12A--M
IV-122-H3 25
561 V-85-M Montes/tips .................. 94 [
/V-97-H3 41, 42
624 IV-99-M
Montes Haemus .............. 1 2(_ I IV-97-H2
629 II-34-M
Mare Nectaris ................ 307 Montes Spitsbergen ........... i I00 [ IV-I15-H1 25
IV-96-M 78, 79
315 IV-84-M
Montes Teneriffe ............... 95 IV-122-H2 24,25
323 IV-72-M
415 1V-95-M
179 IV-138-M 94 Capes, promontories nPum_f ' Photo LAC chart
number
183 l_T-123-M
Mare Nubium ................
395 1_'-124-M
407 IV-10?-M IV-139-H2 24
Oceanus l_'_ .......... I 53 IV-183-M 23, 38 1T-139-H2 24
Promontory Laplace ...........
151 IV-182-M
159 IV-169-M
Promontory Her_lides ......... p183:
171 1_:-150-M
_V[are Orientsle ............... 151 IV-182-M Photo LAC chart
number
247 IV-18?-M Valleys number [
351 U¢-194--M
355 IV-186--M IV-104-H1 12
Vallis Alpes ................... 32
P]are Serenitatis .............. 13 11;-152-M 26, 41 98 IV-115-H3
191 IV-121-M ValllsSchroteri ................ 72 IV-158-H1 38, 39
195 l_T--114--M 108 IV-157-H3
2O3 IV-102-M
V[are Smythii ................ 239 IT-17-M
443 IV-52-M
Ct_ts plgte Photo LAC chart
597 II-191-M number number
601 IV-146-M
93 IV-122-M 60, 6Z
Clare Tranquillit_tis ........... i
203 1T-IO2-M Rima Ariadaeus ............... 210 IV-97-H 1 60
3O7 IV-96-M Rims Aristarchtm ............. 72 IV-158-HI 39
4O7 I'V-IOT-.M Rinm Bradley ................. _ 200 IV-109-H3 41
dare Vaporum ............... 191 IV-121-M 41, 59 Rima Hyginus ................ 210 I_:-97-H I 59
i 195 IV-I I_-1%{ Rima PI_to ................... 94 I%_-122-H3 12
199 1W-IOg--M 98 1T-115-H3
203 IV-102-M

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1 (EN I'INIIETER _ 14 KI I.OMETER'.
M_t _'HE7

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PHOT¢) NO IV 176 H2

_.x_ 4X 1M ENE_ _ ENTFH ('t_ORDIX_TES I_N_; _ -s


4 _ RI'ENTEIR

DE'q _R_, UE_, _ EN'I'IMETER _ 14 KIL{}ME'IEPI_,


pl iN( ELET qUNN_TH_x(_ ERIE\ t_ iON _DEI, , . _ _

_P _t'F:( R _F1" AI "rl_ tl_ _ KM_ :_:1_3 q¢

PLATE 7
M • L • K • J • It • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO 1\-176 HI
CENTEH COORDINt_TE% l(J%_; ",4 _-

t3 _,BBA¢JE E',
l ('ENTIMFTER__14 KILOMETtER._
NORT_ DF, VIATIO,_ :DEG 3:,_, /_ _,_ PYTH AI(;OI_AS H_

?,PAC'E¢'R:_P1 ¸ AL| ]TUDE _KM _ _,:_ _

PLATE 8
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV-164 M
MARE FRIGORI_ ItS

,_,_? _-_-4-_ "_: , ,'_ MAI_E I MBFt[I'M -ll0 _'EN'! ER C Ot)rtDiN _TES I (3N(; -41 $9
', W I_L'XN t ' S PRO<El L_,Rt'M FII 1 ('F-NTIMETERZ=I06 K1LOMFTEI_ r_ LA3 7(_
_IN_TS t_ORIS F_ NOR I'H DE\ I_,T!ON, DEG _ 35i 7,1

_t x -_NGI.f: 77
_P _ t E( I_,I'3 _L FITU DE _ KM _ 3345 8,4

PLATE 9
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PHOTCb NO IX: I64. H3

CRN'rER C_)RDIN_TES LONG --41 49


LAT 7r, l_ t3YRi? D3
NORTH DEVIATION ,DEG_ . asl_i 1 LENTIMkYE[_:= :4 KII.OMETEFk_; Mot( HEZ I_'t2
_t'x ANGLE • _7 1
SPACECR._ AI,TITUDE ,KM) 3345 8_

PLATE 10
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV-I64 H2
Z,N A XIM _NDER Di3
_NAX1MENES F5 CENTER COORDINATES . LONG--4149
CARPENTER DO LAT 7019
CENTIMETER _ ]4 KILOMETERb .'N NORTH DEVIATION _DEG) .... 351 71
PONCELET SUN ANGLE ......... 7"71
PRILOLAUS • • I_ _PACECRAF*_ ALTITUDE _KM) ,R34581

PLATE 11
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PHOTO NO IV164 H1

"EN'I FR COtlRDINATE,q IX)N(; 41 4q

LAT 7O I
,ORTH DE\IATION _DE(;_ . 3517 ? (-FN3_I METEFI _ i_ K ILOMETER=q _ ORF_EBC)W ('_
l It ER'_C'HE1 I)2
UX ANGLE • • 77 :
ROBI N_ON F5
,PACECRAFT ALTITt DE I KM_ 3:_ _:

PLATE 12
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • -J • IK • L • M

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PIqI)TO NL) IV 152 M


M ,,RE _IKI(;(IIRI_ H_
M_E Ht M_(ll I)TI_'_VM K?
M\RE 1 _,_I_RI
U t,l HI1 ' CENTIMIqTER =:10_KILOMETERS
"-I\}__ SEIRENITATIS M9
_ A NC, I.E VTC,
_P _('_2_'R AFT AI.TITt DE _ M, _344

PLATE t3
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PHOTO NO IV 152 H3
f" _
ENTER _OOt_D1N_TE:- LONG 2_ }'

_)IRTH I_EVI 1 CENTIMETER -,_ 14 KILOME'TERS (_IO,1AMOt


(HEZ FD]_4
• "_NG[ E 7:0
_'_t'E('R:_FT" _ITIT_TDE cKM} a:_44 g3

PLATE 14
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M • L • I4 • d • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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BiAN( HIN! FI_


PHOTO NO I x. 132 tt_
_t+t _;t ER GI:

FOI ¢ xl L] Kll

L_ T ,+_17#, CENTIMETER _ 14 KILIIMETEtlS


_+_t_ FI_O\_ ¸ _,_
I HERSCHEl 1.2

SPAt E_ RAF'T AL_JTt DE _I*,M_ 33_4%

PLATE 16
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO. IV 140 M


M_RE FRIG;)RIS F_
MARE HUMBOLD'flANUM _4 CENTER COORDI N &TES, lONG 163i

M_RE SERENITATI$ K10 I CENTIMETER _--_106 KILOMETERS LAT 71.t_


MARE IMRRIUM FI 1 NORTH DEVIATION (DEG _ 3.5.'1 ,_3
SINUS IRIDUM .......... EtO S_'N ANGLE 775
SPACECRAFT ALTITUDE IKM) 3355 17

PLATE 17
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IV-140-H3 BYRD F_


t CHALLIS Bit
CENTER C_)C)RI)IN_'I_ES LONG 1631
GIOIA F#
MAIN C10
'_'OH'FH /_EVIATINN DEf; 3,5.3961 I CENTIMETER :: !4 KILOMETERS
MOVCHEZ ]14
NUN ANGLE ..... 775
PEARY (;3
-qRA CE('R-kET ALTITL DE (N/_t, 3355 14
SCORESBY AI_

PLATE 18
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PHOTO NO IV 140 H2

CENTER COOI4D] N ATES LONG ]631

i
LAT 71_5
ANAXAGORa_ H5 I CEN'I'IMETER _- _4 KIL()METEI_S NORTH DE_, IAT1ON (DEG _ 3_99
GOt DSCHMIDT I4
SI N ANGLF 775
SPACECRAF'I ALTITU DE ( K M, "_ la

PLATE 19
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOIO NO 1\:.14_ HI

Nq'EIR CO(_RD!NATES LONG -163]

LAT _1 rIs
P'!'H DE\IATION DE(, 53
N AN(;LE ] CENTIMETER :: 14 K!LOML"rERS F_.)NTENEI.LE F]

_CECRAFT AL]ITUDE _KM_ 3355 14

PLATE 20
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • IK • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV 12_M
& CENTER COORDINATES LONG !t4a
M ttI/E F RIGOP-_IG F9 I.A T _ 9a
MARE IMBRII'M _I1 ! CENTIMETER -_-I07KILOMETERS NORTH DEVIATION IDEG, 35525
MARE _;EHEN ITA2"IS Kll SUN ANGLE 783
SINUS IRIDUM _510 i SPACECRAFT ALTITUDE _KM, 2,369 _"

PLATE 21
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IV-128 H3 :7 _
CENTER COORDINATES LONG -9 _'f IRD ES
CII _LLIS t k
LA 1 _9 92
GIOJ_. ES,
NORTH DEV1AT10"C _DEG _ _55 25 I CENT1METEIR :=_.I KILOMETERS MAIN t'!'_
SUN ANGIAE 783
PEARY _
SPACECRAFI At T1TUDE _ KM _ 336_.17
SCORESt_Y A_3

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PLATE 22
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J o K • L • M

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._IIRM INGH AM (;14
CENTER CI)(tRDIN.XTES LONG 94._
EPI(;ENES t-_ : : L_T 6_
FONTENELI E ('1_ : CENTIMETER _ 14 KILOMETERS NORTH DEVIATION _DEG * _.,_
GOLr_CH M I 1 IT ._5
._1"\ _NGI_ . 783
SPA('ECRAVT ALTI1 UDE (KM, _

PLATE 23
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • F.. • D • C • B • A

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PH[)_'O NO I\ 12_ }i]

LAT _.ge
,I"ONTENEI I E it
; CENTIME'FERn.!4 KII.I)METEI_q
_I_N ANGLE 7_3 PLATO (-13

_PA{'ECRAPT ALTITUDE ,KM _ _ _,

PLATE 24
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • ,I • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV 116 M
MARE FRI(;ORIS. Hlo
('ENTER (_OORDI NATES I,ONG 449
?dARE HUMBOLDTIANL M 1_7
1 CENTIMETER =_107 KILOMETERS LAT 7ON_
MARE IMRRII'M • • E_2
MARE SERENITATI_ J13 NORTH DEVIATION (DEG _ 35569
NI_;N ANGLE 784
SPA CECR AF'I ALTITUDE _KM ) 3396 97

PLATE 25
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D * C • B • A

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P]]()_() NO IVIlG H[_ t [_YRD FC


('H Al.I IS El?
L;IOJA G0
] CENTIMETER _ i4 KILOMETERS
M._IX Eli
'q(_RTH [ EVIA]'ION ,DEG, _,:,_._
pEAR', FS

_4_'_CE(']{AF] ¸¸ A1TIT:'DE (l,:xt :_,_,_,

PLATE 26
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PHOTO NO IX: 116-H2

CENT_I z. Ct)(_RDINA'/'ES LONG 4 49


AN.%X
BARROW _,(;OR %S (/4:
LAT 7,*_*
EP IGEN E9 D ¢ I ('ENTIMETE]?,_ _ . 14 KLIOMETERS NflRT/cl DFVIA] ION [ I)E(_ _ 3._5 69
G_ _I_D_CH M ID7 E5 _U _, ANGLE 7S
B_)NI_ H 14 SFA(q'_CRAFT AITI_[ DE _KM: 3396 97

PLATE 27
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PId(]T6) ._k'() IV 116 H!

ARCH Y/'AS DS

i CENI'IMETER=: _, KILOMETERS I,IRO] A( d3RAS B@


4ORTH DEVIA'rlt3N DE_;, ;_3_
TIMAFUS GI
;_ N _NGLE 7_4
\'ALMS ALPF_ D'_5

PLATE 28
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PHOTO NO IV 104.M

MAI_E H_:MBOLF_31ANt_I_ K7 _OHT_ DE_.rIATION _ DIE¢; _ :_,',4_


MAH_: TMBR IM I_1I I CEN'P1METEH;:_10_ KILOME 'I¸ERS _ _._N ANGLE • _7_
M _RE SERENITA_EI_ O_ ' _p-_CECR_FT ALTITUDE _M_ i 34_7 67

PLATE 29
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PH()TO NO 1%_-104-H3 RYRD H7

CENTER COORDINATES [A)N(_ ]_ tO


;DE sl VTEit C12
IAT T(
1 CENTIMETER _ 24 KILOMETER.R EU¢ TEM(IN CIS
NORTtl DEV IATION _ DE(; t _'4 _
Iq
SI'N ANGLE -- i
M_IN H_2
SPACFC'RAFT ALTITUDE _ Kl_l _ 7_L_:- ",4
_E._R_ G4
_C(}R_SB_ ¸ . GI5

PLATE 30
E " F • G • H • J • K • i

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PHOTO NO IV lo4-1t2
• _ rl_ _ , !_AILL %1 ] M2
CF NTER ¢'OO1t DINATES LONG _99
FZ__'TEMc)N KI
1 CENTIMETER== 14 KILOMETERS
M_ 'ON I{_ NOWI'H DE\ IATION {DEC, _ 7t54,_5
_E_O_ K_C ¸ SI:N _NGLE -7_
_" BOND • AIS SPA(- ECR_FT ALTITUDE, KM; 3427 e4

PLATE 31
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PILOT() NO IV 104 HI c MA'I EH g '_ /

KGET)E JI5
(_LLE A_
LAT 7L_ 1 CEN I'IMET]ER _ 14 KILOMETEI_
I
M]Tf2HELL Bi4

_I_N _NGI E I'ROI .%OO!riAtg L9 _'_'_- JI

SP _CECRAVI" ALTI rUDE q KM _ :_._:'764 SH EEPSHANKS E<_ -a_, _---


TROUVELOT MID

VAt ! IS ._I pI*'g M14 ,x_ "

PLATE 32
A • B • C • D • E • F * G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IX' 92-M

('ENTER COORI)INIATES LONG 3223


K7 LAT 7117
I CENTIMETER==109 KILOMETE3_S
M_RE FRJC, ORrS E_ NORTH DE'V AT JN (PEG) ,_540_
_t APsE SERENI_AT_S S[ N ANGLE 77_
L SPA(TECRAI t_T A _TITL'DE (KM 34k',7 18

PLATE 33
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IX: 92 H3
_'_RD Fib

CHALLIS L]4
D'[' g T,'T'q'ER El 4

I CENTIMETEt_ _14 KILOMETEtLq GIO.IA K9

_'N ,X NG

P_,CECP.AF'T
t.E

ALTITU19_ _KM_ 34_


77

1_ PEASY G_ ___' [- '_,_


SCOFt£_B'_ ¸ KI_

PLATE
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PHOTO NO IX: 92 H2
&RNOLL) KI2
BAILI._UD J4 ( ENTEfl COOnI)INATES _OXG 32 22
EL CTEMON G2 L.VI _1, 16
MET_)N I)5 I CENTIMETERm 1t KILOMETER_ NORTH DFVIATIflN _DEG 354 ,"_
NELSON EI_ -'_I'N a_NGLE 77 8
P_'_'ERS GI _. SPACECRAFT ALTITUOE, KM 3437 15
SCORESBY ('_

PLATE 35
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B •

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PHO'FO NiL IV 92 H1
C_RISTO'FELF#
MiA YEIR ,M_

f'ENTIc;R COORDINAXES LONG 32 22 DEMOCIt ITt:S B:_


IAT ;I 16 ! CENTI._,tE'I"ER_i4 KII_hlETER_q (,ARTNEtt B6
NOF!TH DEVIATION , I)F(; _ 3,4 (_ KANE • G_
_UN ANGLE 77_
r_P._('E{?RA_T Ai TITUI)E 4 KM t _-_7 i_ SHEEP_HaNKS M6

PLATE 36
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

NO ADEQUATE PHOTO I/vL_GERY OBTAINED FOR THIS FRAME

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PHOTO NO IV 8o M

CENTFR COORDINATES LONG _09


LAT 704_
_ __L__
_ _ i CENTIMETER -_Zl _KILOMETERS N[_I_TH DE_'IATION IDEG ) 3530_

$P_CEf'RAF'r_ _LTITUDF_ (KM) 347_0_

PLATE 37
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

It

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Ptlt)FO Nf_ _k _oH3

CENTER C(JC_RDINATE_ L_N(, 4_

i CENTTNIEq_ER'_14 KII OMETEI_'4


ST'N ANGLE 77_,

PLATE 38
A • B o C • D • E • F • G • H " J • K * L • M

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i ('ENTIMETER _ 14 KILOMETERS

PLATE 39
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • 13 • A

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PHOTO) NO 1_-8( ill

¸ENTER CO_IRDINATES LONG _


_EMO( RITUS 32
1 .AT 7O4_ ('ENTIMETER _= 11 KILOMETERS G :_ PITNE[_ K;
4OFtTH DEVIATION, DEG _ 3S._ 0_
;l N ANGLE • 77O
,P_C'ECRA_ _I.TITUDE _KM, 347_ _
_'_o._/
PLATE 40
A • B • C • D • E • F • G i H • J • K • L • M

NO ADEQUATE PHOTO IMAGERY OBTAINED FOR THIS FRAME

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PHOTO NO IX" 6g M

CEN] ER ('(K)RDI NA'I'ES LONG 5366


I CENTIMETER _110 KILOMETEI_q LAT 7(?93
NORTH DF_VIATION fDEG _ 3_,404
SUN _Nf;LE 7_S
SI'ztCECR_FT ALTITUDE _KM) 348777

"_g. /
PLATE 41
M • L • K • d • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOT_I N() IV 6_ H:_

CEN'FER CO_IRDI'x_TE_ L(_.{; 536,_


LA_I 79 93
] CENTINIETFJ_-_- 14 KILOI_{ETERS
_1N ANGLE • . 7_
_PA('ECRAFT ALTITUDE qKM, 348774

PLATE 42
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PH()Tf) NO iv _ H2

CENTFrl CO_FIDIN_TE_, L_ING _.3f, a


_NN()I.D
I.AT 7,).93
,_', _,_ _ LJ:' H :_ ILL -_,IrD B4 I CENTIMIZ]'EIR _14 KIM)MFTERq
N_R_IH DEVIA'r_O', _DEG ) 354¸O4
FI CTEMON a_

SPACE('RAPI" ALTITUDE tKM_ 348774

PLATE 43
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IV 68 H1

('ENTER CO()RDI N ATES LONG 5:1_ DE LA RUE D5

IAT 7O93 ENDYMION all


NORTH DEVIATION _Dt_G _ 354O4 I CENTIMETFAR_I4 KI LOMETEtK_' STRABO 133

SUN ANGLE 785 THALES F3

SPACECHAF] ALT'fTIYDE (KM) 3487 74

PLATE 44
A • 13 • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

8
NO ADEQUATE PHOTO IMAGERY OBTAINED FOR THIS FRAME

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PHOI'(-) NO IVS_ M
I ':'KN_rER ( OOI{I)IN_'I'ES I [iN(; _- 14
] CENTIMETER =_ll0 KII OMETERS
N_)R'IH DFVIATION IDK6, 3:,_ _

_;P_CECK_FT _I.'rlT_.'DK r KV. :_g4 f-.5

PLATE 45
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E e D • C • B • A

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PHOTO N<) IV 56 t1_4

( ENTE1R FtbOItDI NATES 1J)NG t+814

LAT 7a 3_ CENTIMETER = il KILOMETERS

NORTH DEVIATIOS- EDEC3, • 3_23S

SUN ANC+kK . • V75 ;


_PACI_CRAPT aLTI'rVDE : KIwi + + • ;_62

PLATE 46
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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pH()TO N() IV-56-H2

_'ENTEH CtrORDINATES . LONG _,8 44


I CENTIIV_KTER_ 14 KILOME_ LAT 703.5
NORTH DEVIATION _DEG _ ..... 3,_23_
SiN ANGLE • 775
SPACECRAF'T ALTITUDE (I_M) 349462

PLATE 47
M • L • K • J • H - G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO N{_ IV-56 H_

('FNTER C'OORI31NA_'E_ LONG _44


LA'I 7035 I CENTIMETER _ 14 KILOM_'rERs ' ,_ , ,
NORTH DEVIATION _DEG_ • 3523_
SUN ANGLE ...... 77_
SPACECRAI_I" ALTITUDE CKM) 34946_

PLATE 48
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO 1V 189-M

CEN'I ER COORDINA1 ES I ONG - 79 _.9


L_T 41 71
M_RE
O('EANI;S VRIGORIS
PRO{ ELLARL:bl 14
: CENTIMETER _ 91 KILOMETERS NORTH DEVIATION DEG) %J,043
_INU_ IqORIS; G*, SUN _NGLE 71 6

SPACECRAFI ALTITUDE _KM; 287789

PLATE 49
M • L • 14 • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO I\'.189 H3

CENTER COORDINA'I'E_ LONG 799_


LA i" 4_ 71
NORTH DEVI,XTION _DEG, 34643 1 CENTIMETER_i2 KILOMETERS REPSOLD KIC,

5[_ACECRAF'F AL'I'ITUDE, K.M _ _ , ,

PLATE i
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PHOTO NO 1V-189-I12

BUNSEN AI0 \ CENTER COORDINATES . LONG.--7999

I.AT 41 7I
GERARD h,4 I CENTIMETER_'I2 KILOMETERS
NORTH DEVIATIOlq (DE(; _ 34043
LAVOIS|ER G13
SUN ANGLE ........... 716

\ SPACECRAFT &LTITUDE 4K_4_ ..... 2877.87

PLATE 51
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IV-189 1tl

CENTER COORDINATES . LONG -79_


LAT 417i
ASTON ..... K6
NORTH DEVIATION (DI_.G i .... 34o 4_¢ I CENTIMETER _- 12 KILOMETEI_S
ULUGH BEIGH .... D4
SUN ANGLE ........ 7_ 6

SPAC_CI'tAFT ALTITUDE (KM) 2877B?

PLATE 52
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • ]K • L • M

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! _NTEII I O_RD_XA] E_ I ()NG _i ol

o( E_,N¢,S PR(_'ELL_FIt M J]0


I ( ENIIMETER_91 KIlO,METERS
gINUS R_RI_ H5
_ N _(_I F¸ 7_:._
_P_( E _H_PT _L_ITt I)E ,I4M, _'_7_ 6_

PLATE 53
M • L • K • J * H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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i JKN_ _PII)ES I:_
SUN AN(;LE 7L_
_PACE CRAFT AL'I'I 1 t i_; _KM i 2_4 _

PLATE 54
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PHOT'O NO IV 1_3 112

_'ENTER Cr_ORDINATES LONG -71 ol

HARDING ,, 1 ('ENTIMETEH _ 1_ KILOMFXTERS L_T 43 5.2

NOI_.TH DEVIATION IDED : 33873


:zl N %NGI E 702
5f'ACE CRA}7" aLTITT'DE ,KM_ 287459

PLATE 55
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO) NO ]V185 HI

_'EN:Er¢ COORDIN_,TE_ LON_; -; :31


I CE"4TIME'FER _-_ 12 KILOMETER,__ UIUGH BEIGH L7
LA*I 4_ 5_

NOR ¸ "H DEVIATIO\ _ I)_;¢; i :_:_ 73


_UN ANGI,E 7O2
SP,_CE ('RAFT ALF1TLIDE _KM > 2874 5_

PLATE 56
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PHOTO NO IV 17_M
sl N V_- Ro_IS (;_
\ CENTEH ( OORD!NA3'ES I ONf; _3 7_
MARE I" RI(;ORI_ H_
1 CENTIMF'I'ER-_g] KI12S)METERS LAT 4] ._.
sl NIS IRH_UM K_, NOR'I H DEVIATION II)EG _ 34(_
M A I',E _MBRI_M I_ SUN ANGLE 70.8
SPACECRAFT AL'I I'I'[H)E tKM) 2_7! 78

PLATE 57
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PHOTO NO IV 175 H3

('KNTEIt ( OONDI NATES LONG _697g ', M _RKOV H7


1 CENTIMETEH_=12 KILOMETERS
L_T 41 29 T_ OENOPI DE5 L3
XORTtt DEVIATION _DEG _ _40.50 '_
SUN A N(;LE • 7O8
SPA('ECRA_ ¸ ALTITUDE KM, 2871 76 'L

PLATE 58
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PHOTO NO IV 175-H2

_NTER COORDI NATE_ IA)NG. -_'_ _


DECHEN C3
I CENTIMETER =: 12 KILOMET_I_ EAT 41
HARDING . A7
NORTH DEVIATION (DEG} ..... 3_4)_

SUN ANGLE .... 70


SPACECH*%FT ALTITUDE ( KM _ ?_;¢715
!

PLATE 59
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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...... _ l CEN'I'IMETEH .... K IL(,METER_ ............... 'Y'_'_


'k:_ ,_L__i" ' _ _'(!i i
N ANGL]b ........ 708 "'",

PLATE 6O __/
A • B • C • D • E • F - G " H • J • IK • L • M

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PHOTO NO It. * 170 _.'[

CENTER {'_ tIRDINATES LONG -5c_

::L;+- : ; i_A/-_7 ;_,


, , 5_*¢ _IN t"_ EOIRI$ E-•
: CENTIMETER _- 91 KIIX)METEI-LS
GI_R_YII DFVIaTION DEG,
LAT 41
339
SUN ANGLE F,
"gPACE ( RAF_I" AI TITUD_ , KM ; 2_7¢1

PLATE 61
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO "q(} ][V-Ig()H:;

'ENTER CO RDIN_,_I-_ _, . .. LONG-_9.¢_ i-

LA1 4_ 77
iA)L'\ II.I,E O _,13
_ORTH DFVI,_TI(_N fl_ _ 3_9 57 1 CEN'YIMETER _ i2 KILOMETERS
SINt'S ROR!S
,tI', ANGLE -c_
A LTiTU F_E ¸ ,
\

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t-FNTER COORD!_,,TE_ LONG 5


LAT
Ri'MEt;R i CENT])'._ETER_12 KILOMETERS _t_WI'H DEVIATION (DE(; _ 23
",UN AN(;LE
SP_C'F CRAFT ,%LTITVDE _KM, 287

PLATE 63
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IVIT0 H_

_?I_,I'ER Ct)ORDlY, ATES LONG- _9 _


[_1_IGGS
1 CENTIMETER_t2 KILOMETERS IA, tl] EN}4ERG
NORTH DEV]_1tON
SI -- ANGLE .....
_DFG j _
7_:_
x4 N _/ M;,Y,N El
SP_,¢_E CRAVF ALTITI'DE _:KM _'_Ta

PLATE 64
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PHOT() N() IV 163 M

_I_HE IMtqRIl M I-_


('ENTER COORDINATES LONG 53 97
O( EANUS ER()CE[ LARUM Gi]
LAT 41L_2
SINUS IRIDUM ,_6 1 CEN_I'IMETER=_ 9] KILOMETERS
NORTH DEVIATION (DEG J 34O23
.ql NUS R_)RI_ ..... E7
SUN ANGLE 69 9
SI ACECRAFI" ALTITUDE (KM) 28,f_ 74

PLATE 65
M • L • K • J u H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTII Nf_ IV 1_3 H_


: / /!
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_'EN TEE COORDINATES LONG 5338
LAT 4:21
1 CENTIMt_TER_12 KIL(}METEttS
NORTH DEVIATION _DEG ) .... _ 23
_UN ANGLE 69n
\
SPACECIIAFT ALTITI?DE (KM _ 286672 k

PLATE y
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PH()TO NO IV-]63-H2

q.ENFEHC()t}HD_NATE_ . LONG 503


LAT 4_
) CENTI_.4ETEFI_,_. 12 KILOMETI_RS
,-._,-... , , 4-" NORTH DEVIATION _DEG _ ?,402
SLN ANGLE 69'
'k
SPACECIRAF'T ALTITUDE _KM } 28_6 7
\

PLATE 67
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PIt(YF{_ NO IV 163 I_1

_'ENTER C(_)RDINATES LONG S:_ _


NAt'M _NN M2
L:,T ,_l 21 \ 1 CE.NTIMETER _-" 12 KILOMETERS SH!AP_RELLI I)15
NORTH
SUN
DEVIAT]()N
ANGLE
_,DEG

) 3_(_:_3
6_9 ,
SPACEC'RAVI ¸ ALTITUDE, KM, '-_,72 ,

PLATE 68
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PHOTO NO 1V.158 M
M4RF b i{IG()RIS d3
_ENTE_ COORDINATES L_NG _7&_
%I_RE I M _RIL M K7
\ EAT 4_
OCEANI'S PROCELL_RUM FI1 I CIaNTII_fEWER_9I KILOMETERS
NORTH DEX'IATION _DEG _ ....... 34i 4_
SlN_S IH Dt'M H7
_INU__ Rt)RIS • E7 StTN _NGLE .... 7¢,4
\, SPACE_:RAFT _! 1 1TUDE _ KM _ 2_ _2

PLATE 69
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO N(I IV 1:_8 H3

BOUGUEIq B?
ENTER "l) RD NA_'ES LONG -47 6.5
_OI.'CAULT DI_
LAT 41 99 1 CENTINIETER_i2 KILO_-IETERS
HARFALL $ 1t5
(IRI'H DFVI_T_ON _ DEt; ; 741 49
HORREP, OW K2
:N ANGLF 70_

ACECRA_F ALTITUDE tKM_ 2_5.6o

PLATE 70
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO. IV I5_ H2

C_N _ER COORDINATES I.ON(;.-47 6._

LAT 41
N(}RTH DEVIATION _DEG b 341 49

GL N _NGLE 70 4
SPACECRAFT ALTITUDE (KMI 2_5 6C

PLATE 71
M • L • K • J • H t, G • F • E * D • C • B • A

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Ip_

PHOX'O NO IV lfiS-Hl

CENTER COORDINATES. LONG --4_ 65


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I_T 41 99 RIMA ARISTARCHUS CI1
I CENTIMETER '_- 12 KILOMETERS
NORTH DEVIATION (DEG ! ....... 34149 x/._.LLI _ SCHROTERI C14
SUN .._ N GLE ........ 704

SPACECRAFT ALTI_EUDE IKM) .... _6_ \

PLATE 72
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV.15I.M

MARF FRIGORIS tt3 CENTER COOIRFflNATES LA, NG 4O _h3


M'\RE IMBIRIUM 17
, LAT ,_) s8
M_RE SERENYFATIS M5 I CENT|METER =,vgt KII,OMETERS NORTH DFV!aTrON (r_EG :3,U-,4S
.c'INUS IRIDL'M • H7
SI'N atNGI,E 691
SI ", US RORIS E7 SPA CECRAFT A LT1T[ rDE tg M 28_-g593

PLATE 73
M • L • K • J • H • G * F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOT(_ NO IV.151-H3

BI _NC'HIRI Dll
('ENTER COORDINATES I ONG -4O "(,
CENTIMF_TER_!2 KI LOI_{ETEI_ BOI'GI_ER KHI8
FOIICAULT .
NORTH DEVIATION i DEG I . _" 45 "_ LA (()NI) AIrlINE (_:4
SUN ANGLE . 691
SPACECRAF_T ALTITUDE (K_-i) 28g-_5 91 _,

PLATE 74
A • B • C • D • E • F G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV-!51 H2

('ENTFLR COORDI NAT_.g LONG

MA[R4N D8 NORTH DFVICTION (DEG _ 3z


CENTIMETER -_12 i411,OMETERS
SHARP E2 _gITN ANGLE
SPA CECRAF_f ALTI'I'UDk _KM _ 2_
'\

PLATE 75
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO |V 151 HI

_,N GSTR(J_,4 /_7


(¸ENTER COORDINATES I.ON(, _,_<,
_RISTARCHUS GL5
LAT 4(',_
GRL ITHUI_N A9
NORT}{ i)E\:I^]_ION, DEG, 34O 45 I CENTIMETER _-12 KILOMETEI:LS
KREIGER _'9
_[:N ANGL_ . _9 I
$1'A('E(_RAFT ALTITUDE (KM, • _9_
PRINZ _3
WOLLASTON _

PLATE 76
A • B • C • D * E • F • G * H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO 1V-145 M
MARk FRIGORIS G5
MARE !MBRII M ,1_ CENTER COORDINATE_ LONG 337
MARF NFRENI2r AT1$ M6 L_T 42 3
1 CENTIS-IETER_._ 91 KILOMETERS
OCE _NUS t_R(_CELLAR[_ El2 NORTH DEVIATION _DE(; i 2,400
SUN a, NGI E . 69
SINUS RORIS • DT SPACECRAF"I" ALTIq ( DE _K M, _ I

PLATE 77
M • L • K • J ,, H " G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHO"YO NO IV 14.5 H3 &

BIANCHINI ,I15
:ENTER COORDINATES • LONG -33 70
BOUGUER ....... MII
LAT 42 34
i CENTIMETER _.12 KILOMEq'EIRS 1._ CONDAMINE G8
";ORTH DEVIATION _ DEG, 34O 01 \4_UPERTUtS D12
_UN ANGLE ...... 693
_P ACEC R&FT _.LTITUI3E, 1<._4 _ _2

PLATE 78
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOI'/} NO IV 145 H2

('ENTER COORDINATES . LONG 33 70


MA1RA ,'4 A D14 I._T ¢2 3_
I CENTI METER _ 12 KILOMETERS
SINUS :RIDI'M F3 NORTH DEVIATION IDEG i 340.01
SIN ANGLE .... 693
.qPACECRAb_I" ALTITUDE _KMt . 286812

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PLATE 79
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHO'TO NO IV 145 t|]

CE_ FER COOflDl HALES L,ON O -_ 7O


t
_NGSTROM Jl0
LAT 42 :_ I CENTIMETERHI2 KILK3METEI_q
I]ELIF, LE _!t
NORTIt DE\ IATION, DEC,, _, 01
GRUITHUISEN . H6
_t:N AN GLI_ _9_
MONTES HARBINGER¸ Hi_
SPA_'ECRAFT ALTITUDE _KMI _ 12

PLATE 8O
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO 1%' 139 M

NIARE FRIGORIS G5 f_ENTER COORDINATES L(}NG 2_

MARE !MBRII?M }19 [.AT 42


,,\ , / _, _ _,_ MARE SERENI] _TIS M7
i CENTIMETER='=_91 KILOMETERS
NORTH DEVIATION _DEG 342
SIJN ANGLE ....... 6'
S}I_ US IRIDUM .... F8
'\ SPACECRAFT ALTITUDE _KMI 2872

PLATE 81
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E e D • C • B • A

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PHOTO N(3 IV-139 H3

k
('ENTER COORDI NATES LONG -2_ 25

L&'F 42 i6 LA COND a, MINE M8

NORTH DEVIAT|_)N _'BEG 342 C_ 1 CENTIMETER _=- F2 KILOMETERS MAI'PERTUIS KI3

SUN ANGLE 698 MONTES RECT1. '-12

SPACECRAFT _LTITUDE i KM, 2872.4.'_

PLATE 82
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV 139.!! '

4_ HELICON M_
CENTER COORD1NATES LUNG - 2.42-

L.XT ,12 I_
PR HERACI.I DES I CE_NTIMETER -_- 12 KII,OMI;YFEFKS
NORTH DEVIATION tDEG k q42 I)_
PR I kPI &CE OZ
_tN ANGLE 691
'\
SPACECRAFT ALTITUDE _K M ) 2872 4:

....._t._tz>#:,_- PLATE 83
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOTO NO IV-139 HI

C HERSCFFEL G3
('_NTER COORDINATE'_ L()NG 2825
DELISLE .Ji_,
LAT 42 16 1 CENTIMETER :z 12 KILOMETERS
DIOPH a, NT1. S H_3
NORTH D1EVIATION IDEG _ 342(,5 HEIS
SUN ANGLE ..... 698
SPACECHAF'T ALTJT_IDE _KM_ _872 43

PLATE
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PttOT[) N(_ IV 134-M


MAR'F FRIGORIS R5
MARE I MRRIUM G10
,_ KN _ ER COORDIN ATE_ LON( ;- 18.14
MARE SEREN1TATIS . M8
i CENTIMETER ::_91 KIIA)METERS I._I 46.31
SINUS AKgTI'UM K 12
NORTH DE'.!ATi(_N ,I)_( i 339.70
SINUS I RIDUM F_J
_UN "_NG LE _.6
SINUS RORIS Cw
_P-_ t'ECR .XKT ._LT i T;" r) [ ,KM, _TL_a

PLATE 85
M • L • K • J • H • G * F • E • D • C • B • A

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PIt()TD NO IV 134-H3

('EN'i ER ('OORDINA1 F_ LONC -18 14


LAT 46.31 ! CENTIMETER _ _2 KILOMET_.RS
NC)RTH DEVIATION _DE(_ r . 5O97O
_I'N ANGLE 686
SPACECRAFT ALT]_'_IL) E , KM, 2978 5_

PLATE 86
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHO]O NI) 1V-134- H2

t_ENI_IER COORDIN*,TES I_ON(; --18.14


HELICON FII
I CENTIMETER _ 12 KILOMETERS hal ¸ _.31
L_ VERRIEH HI0
NOI_TH DEVIATION ODE(;, • 3397O
SUN ANGLE • . tag.6
SPACECRAFT ALTITUDE _KM) 2878-51

PLATE 87
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PI!(ITO K_) 1V-134 H1 i-

CARLINI FA
1 CENTIMETER _v 12 KILOMETERS
IA HIRE. El2
I'_t)_TH DEVIATION _L)EG 3397O

SPACECRAtW ALT]TI:DE KM J 2_8 5!

PLATE
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PH{fIO NO IV-I27-M
MARE CRISIUM. Lll ,\ ('ENTER t'{_ )RI_INATES I cJ\(; _ 142_
blARE FRIGORIS .... F5 CENTI._._-STER_ 91 KILOMETERS L4T _l
MARE 1MBR1LIM ...... Eq
NOH_'H I)E\'I_TR_N ,DEG : "_ 3:
MARE SERENITATIS . J10
MARE TR_NQUILL1TATiS . H12 S{:N ANGLE _8:
SPACEC'RA_r ALTI_'UDE _KM, _ 3"

PLATE 89
M • L * 1K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PH¢ITO NI I IV 1-_7-Ha

CENTER ( OtHtDINAq ES LON_; 14


k
_T 4t20 i CENTIMETER _ 12 K1LOMETEP_
Nt)RTH DFVI.X Y[ON , DEG 3,ti 33 9
SI:N _NGLE 682 \
SPA( KCRAF_" _,LTITUDE _KM, 2gg5 3.5 \

PLATE
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV 127H2

( ENTEH ( (K)RDINATE_ L_N(_ 14 29


I,A VERHIEE BII 1 CENTIMETER _ 12 KILOMETERS La,'I 4120
NORTH DEVIATION _DEG _ 341B3

S[ N _,NGI,E 682
F, PA('ECRAFT ALTITI'DK ,KMI 288_ :kS

PLATE 91
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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1 CENTIMETER :_ 12 KILOMETERS

PLATE 92
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO l'f.122.M
_.1 _ RE FRTC, OR i_ G5
MARE I Mt_RI UM F9 ('t NTEI_ (?O()RDINA'I F,_ L()N(; --92,
blARE SERENIa ATIS L8 LA'I 4201
CENTIMETERS- 92 KILOMETERS
M -XRE TRA";QUILLITATI$ KI 1 NOR_, H I)Ek'I'_TION _I_E( 3424
$1N_?S AE_T! ( M HI_ _ "4 ANGLE 69

SINUS IRIDUM D_ gPACEC RAFT :_LTITUI)E qKM, _59

PLATE 93
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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PHOT(_ NI_ IV 1_ H3

MONTE.q Ali'S . GIO


CENTER ( O_RI_1_A'rF>, I,_b.(; -_21
PL,X rO 1AO
I,_T 420_ i CENTIMETER _-12 KILOMETERS
,s PF!OT
RIM
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_P _C:'ECRA_I" ALTI'/'t_F, _ [4I,,I _ 2_9,_ 0_

PLATE
A " B • C • D " E " F • G • H • J " K • L • M

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PLATE 95
M • L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • B • A

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BEER _.1[,
] CE.NTIMETER _= 12 KILOMETERS FE[ IIAEE 4]*,
TI_.IOI'HARIS El2
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PLATE 96
A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • J " K • L • M

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PH(ITO NIl IV-115-M


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Fb:N'!'Ebl C( _ORIIIN_TIEr; i t *\_; -2 6"7
MARE FRIGORIS G5
i _ i 4227
MARE IMBRIUM . ]w9 I CENTIMETER-_92 KIIA)METERS N:,RTt_ I)EVI4T]I?N :IJE_ , 343_
MARI_ SERNITATIS K9
t SI N zkNGLF flt_.I
,:,p-Xl-EI'R+%Io'I AITI'71:III_ IEM, 290514

PLATE 97
M * L • K • J • H • G • F • E • D • C • lq • A

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}'Ho't'(I N(I 1V 115 H3


i
(;ENTER ('OOR DINATES i.* )N(, --2 67 ', VALLIS AI PES Z)Ii
; <1 42.2', ?R()TAGOR.%S E_9
I CFNT]METER "_ 12 KILOMETERS
NOR'TH 13FVI:_TION, DE(,, 3a_29. _. RIM._ PLATO ..... L9
"_L'N ANGLE _91 TROUVEI.OT (?10
-_,PACECRAFq7 ALT Tt'DE K_.i 25_14 "'

PLATE 98
A • B • C • D • E * F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV 115 H2

('ENTER (TC_RDTNATES , ' _N_ ; -2 E


KIRCH . FA2
l.a I 42
PIAZZI SMYTH F8 i CENTIMETER =_ [2 KILOMETE_
NOI_ rH DEVIA'I ION, DEG , 343 2
PITON . J8
_,L N ANGI.E
qPs_('E('R_FT "_I TiTUDE cI_M_ 2¢J05 I

PLATE
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PIIOTO Nt) IV-115 HI

ARCIR IMEDF=_ ....... C7


( "E'N'I'EH ('¢JORDIN_T_S 1 (F_' 2_7 : .' ×.¢Q J
I_EER ...... HI2
!4[ 42_

W
i CENTIMETER == !2 K ILOMETERS FlgUILLEE ..... H12
NORTH DEVIAIION DEG. 34329
_,I z N' _, \'G LE _1 MONTES SP1TZBERGENSlS E2
TIMOCHARIS ..... Mla
g-p _CEf'RAFT ALTITUDE, KM 2_6 14

PLATE 100
A • B • C * D • E • F • G • H • J • K • L • M

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PHOTO NO IV-IIO-M

MARE CRISUM . Lil CENTER COOEDINATEV, I£)NG 3:


Ma.RE HUMEOLDTIANUM J3 1 CENTIMETER _ 92 KILOMETERS LA-f 42_
MARE SERENIIATIS ..... rlO N_RTH DEVIAT ON DEG 342
SUN ANGLE . 6_
_PACECRAF'T ALTITUDE _KM} 2915_

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