Guide to Lunar Orbiter Photographs
by Thomas P. Hansen
Publisher: NASA 1970
Number of pages: 127
The Lunar Orbiter program initiated in early 1964 consisted of the investigation of the Moon by five identical unmanned spacecraft. Its primary objective was to obtain detailed photographs of the Moon. This document presents information on the location and coverage of all Lunar Orbiter photographs and is one in a series of four NASA Special Publications documenting Lunar Orbiter photography.
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