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Apollo 17: Blue Marble - Magazine NN Image Catalog

By Eric Hartwell - March 29, 2006

The Apollo 17 mission carried four 70MM cameras, and 23 magazines of film. A total of 3584 images were taken, 1645 in black & white, and 1939 in color. The 80mm lens field of view is approximately 38 x 38 degrees, and the 250mm lens field of view is approximately 13 x 13 degrees.

This page contains a detailed index of  Hasselblad Magazine NN, Images AS17-148-22607 to AS17-148-22775 taken onboard the Command Module during Earth orbit, translunar flight, and Lunar orbit.

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Images AS17-148-22607 to AS17-148-22775
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AS17-148-22607
AS17-148-22607 #0
AS17-148-22608
AS17-148-22608 #1
AS17-148-22609
AS17-148-22609 #2
AS17-148-22610
AS17-148-22610 #3
AS17-148-22611
AS17-148-22611 #4
Australia, Gulf of Carpentaria Australia, Gulf of Carpentaria Australia, Princess Charlotte Bay Earth (clouds) Earth (clouds)
AS17-148-22609: Great Barrier Reef off the eastern shore of Cape York at the northern tip of Queensland, Australia, photographed during the first revolution of Earth orbit. In this near-vertical view, the shoreline forms an almost north-south line with the south end obscured by part of the spacecraft. The distance between the points at which the shoreline intersects the top and bottom of the photograph is 160km [Apollo 17 Preliminary Science Report Figure 4-4]
AS17-148-22612
AS17-148-22612 #5
AS17-148-22613
AS17-148-22613 #6
AS17-148-22614
AS17-148-22614 #7
AS17-148-22615
AS17-148-22615 #8
AS17-148-22616
AS17-148-22616 #9
Earth (clouds) Earth (clouds) Earth (clouds) Earth (clouds) Earth (clouds)
AS17-148-22617
AS17-148-22617 #10
AS17-148-22618
AS17-148-22618 #11
AS17-148-22619
AS17-148-22619 #12
AS17-148-22620
AS17-148-22620 #13
AS17-148-22621
AS17-148-22621 #14
Earth (clouds, water) Earth (clouds, water) Earth (clouds, water) Earth (clouds, water) Earth (clouds, water)
AS17-148-22622
AS17-148-22622 #15
AS17-148-22623
AS17-148-22623 #16
AS17-148-22624
AS17-148-22624 #17
AS17-148-22625
AS17-148-22625 #18
AS17-148-22626
AS17-148-22626 #19
South West Africa, Angola Angola, coast Angola, coast Angola, South West Africa South West Africa, Hoarusib River
AS17-148-22623: In this oblique view of the west coast of Africa photographed on the second revolution of Earth orbit, the Cunene River at the right edge marks the border between Angola to the left and Southwest Africa to the right. Punta da Marca, now an island, extends 45 km into the Atlantic Ocean [Apollo 15 Preliminary Science Report Figure 4-5].
AS17-148-22627
AS17-148-22627 #20
AS17-148-22628
AS17-148-22628 #21
AS17-148-22629
AS17-148-22629 #22
AS17-148-22630
AS17-148-22630 #23
AS17-148-22631
AS17-148-22631 #24
South West Africa, Etosha Pans South West Africa, Angola, Cunene River South West Africa, Grootfontein South West Africa, Cubango River South West Africa, Grootfontein
AS17-148-22632
AS17-148-22632 #25
AS17-148-22633
AS17-148-22633 #26
AS17-148-22634
AS17-148-22634 #27
AS17-148-22635
AS17-148-22635 #28
AS17-148-22636
AS17-148-22636 #29
Botswana Botswana Botswana Botswana Botswana, S of Makarikari Pans
AS17-148-22636: The Kalahari Desert - The Kalahari Desert is enlarged as the drought-resistant ground cover of the surrounding savanna is burned off by range fires. Two such fires are seen burning in this photo taken in 1972 from Apollo 17. The scars of many generations of such fires give the Kalahari its patchwork colors. [Sullivan, K. D. 10 Nov. 2004. "The Ultimate Field Trip - Section 2"]
AS17-148-22637
AS17-148-22637 #30
AS17-148-22638
AS17-148-22638 #31
AS17-148-22639
AS17-148-22639 #32
AS17-148-22640
AS17-148-22640 #33
AS17-148-22641
AS17-148-22641 #34
Botswana, S of Makarikari Pans Botswana Botswana, South Africa, Limpopo River South Africa, Mozambique, Indian Ocean Limpopo River, Shashi River confluence
AS17-148-22642
AS17-148-22642 #35
AS17-148-22643
AS17-148-22643 #36
AS17-148-22644
AS17-148-22644 #37
AS17-148-22645
AS17-148-22645 #38
AS17-148-22646
AS17-148-22646 #39
Mozambique, Bay of Lourenco Marques Mozambique coast Mozambique coast Mozambique coast, Inhambane Madagascar, S coast
AS17-148-22647
AS17-148-22647 #40
AS17-148-22648
AS17-148-22648 #41
AS17-148-22649
AS17-148-22649 #42
AS17-148-22650
AS17-148-22650 #43
AS17-148-22651
AS17-148-22651 #44
Madagascar, SW coast Madagascar, S coast Madagascar, S coast Madagascar, E coast Earth (cloud, water)
AS17-148-22652
AS17-148-22652 #45
AS17-148-22653
AS17-148-22653 #46
AS17-148-22654
AS17-148-22654 #47
AS17-148-22655
AS17-148-22655 #48
AS17-148-22656
AS17-148-22656 #49
Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water)
AS17-148-22657
AS17-148-22657 #50
AS17-148-22658
AS17-148-22658 #51
AS17-148-22659
AS17-148-22659 #52
AS17-148-22660
AS17-148-22660 #53
AS17-148-22661
AS17-148-22661 #54
Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water)
AS17-148-22662
AS17-148-22662 #55
AS17-148-22663
AS17-148-22663 #56
AS17-148-22664
AS17-148-22664 #57
AS17-148-22665
AS17-148-22665 #58
AS17-148-22723
AS17-148-22666 #59
Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) Earth (cloud, water) (blank)
Day 1: Translunar Injection and Coast
AS17-148-22667
AS17-148-22667
#60 003:17
AS17-148-22668
AS17-148-22668
#61 003:17
AS17-148-22669
AS17-148-22669
#62 003:17-32
AS17-148-22670
AS17-148-22670
#63 003:17-32
AS17-148-22671
AS17-148-22671
#64 003:17-32
Earth (sunrise) during TLI burn Earth (sunrise) during TLI burn Africa, W coast  during/after TLI burn Africa, W coast  during/after TLI burn Africa, W coast  during/after TLI burn
AS17-148-22672
AS17-148-22672
#65 3:34 - 3:38
AS17-148-22673
AS17-148-22673
#66 3:34 - 3:38
AS17-148-22674
AS17-148-22674
#67 3:34 - 3:38
AS17-148-22675
AS17-148-22675
#68 3:34 - 3:38
AS17-148-22676
AS17-148-22676
#69 3:34 - 3:38
Debris Debris Debris Debris Debris
AS17-148-22677
AS17-148-22677
#70 003:38
AS17-148-22678
AS17-148-22678
#71 003:38-39
AS17-148-22679
AS17-148-22679
#72 003:39-44
AS17-148-22680
AS17-148-22680
#73 003:42-44
AS17-148-22681
AS17-148-22681
#74 003:42-44
Debris Debris South West Africa, South Atlantic Ocean LM adapter panels, Africa LM adapter panels, Africa
AS17-148-22682
AS17-148-22682
#75 003:42-44
AS17-148-22683
AS17-148-22683
#76 003:42-44
AS17-148-22684
AS17-148-22684
#77 003:42-44
AS17-148-22685
AS17-148-22685
#78 003:42-44
AS17-148-22686
AS17-148-22686
#79 003:42-44
LM adapter panels, Africa LM adapter panels, debris LM adapter panels, debris Africa, Madagascar Africa, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden
AS17-148-22687
AS17-148-22687
#80 003:44
AS17-148-22688
AS17-148-22688
#81 003:44
AS17-148-22689
AS17-148-22689
#82 003:44-57
AS17-148-22690
AS17-148-22690
#83 003:44-57
AS17-148-22691
AS17-148-22691
#84 003:44-57
S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris
AS17-148-22688: S-IVB, LM, debris - View of the Lunar Module from the Apollo 17 spacecraft during transposition/docking maneuvers. The white dots surrounding the Lunar Module are debris from the Saturn S-IVB stage separation. [JSC PAO File Name: 10075941.jpg]
AS17-148-22692
AS17-148-22692
#52 003:44-57
AS17-148-22693
AS17-148-22693
#86 003:44-57
AS17-148-22694
AS17-148-22694
#87 003:44-57
AS17-148-22695
AS17-148-22695
#88 003:44-57
AS17-148-22696
AS17-148-22696
#89 003:44-57
S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris
AS17-148-22697
AS17-148-22697
#90 003:44-57
AS17-148-22698
AS17-148-22698
#91 003:44-57
AS17-148-22699
AS17-148-22699
#92
AS17-148-22700
AS17-148-22700
#93
AS17-148-22701
AS17-148-22701
#94
S-IVB, LM, debris S-IVB, LM, debris Africa, Arabia, Red Sea Africa, Arabia, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden Africa, Arabia, Madagascar
AS17-148-22702
AS17-148-22702
#95
AS17-148-22703
AS17-148-22703
#96 004:49
AS17-148-22704
AS17-148-22704
#97 004:49-52
AS17-148-22705
AS17-148-22705
#98 004:49-52
AS17-148-22706
AS17-148-22706
#99 004:49-52
Africa, Arabia, Madagascar S-IVB, LM S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
AS17-148-22707
AS17-148-22707
#100 004:49-52
AS17-148-22708
AS17-148-22708
#101 004:49-52
AS17-148-22709
AS17-148-22709
#102 004:52
AS17-148-22710
AS17-148-22710
#103 004:52-56
AS17-148-22711
AS17-148-22711
#104 004:52-56
S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
AS17-148-22712
AS17-148-22712
#105 004:56 250mm
AS17-148-22713
AS17-148-22713
#106 004:56
AS17-148-22714
AS17-148-22714
#107 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22715
AS17-148-22715
#108 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22716
AS17-148-22716
#109 004:56-5:03
S-IVB S-IVB S-IVB S-IVB S-IVB
AS17-148-22717
AS17-148-22717
#110 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22718
AS17-148-22718
#111 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22719
AS17-148-22719
#112 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22720
AS17-148-22720
#113 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22721
AS17-148-22721
#114 004:56-5:03
Africa, Madagascar Africa, Arabia, India Africa Africa, Southern Africa, Antarctica
AS17-148-22717: Africa and Madagascar from the Apollo 17 spacecraft. Much of the ocean area is obscured by clouds. Sun Azimuth: 150 (Clockwise angle in degrees from north to the sun measured at the nadir point); Spacecraft Altitude: 205 nautical miles (380 km); Sun Elevation Angle: 72 (Angle in degrees between the horizon and the sun, measured at the nadir point) (Info: JSC Astronaut Photography of Earth)
AS17-148-22718: Northeast Africa and Saudi Arabia. This oblique view of Earth looking north shows the Gulf of Suez, Dead Sea, Gulf of Aden, Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman around Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia in Africa. Iran, Iraq and Jordan are not so clearly visible because of cloud cover and their particular location in this picture. India is dimly visible at right of frame. The Red Sea is seen entirely in this one frame. The Mediterranean is visible at upper left. The south coast of Saudi Arabia is roughly 2000 km long. Central Latitude/Longitude (deg): +15.,315.  (Info: NSSDC  72-096A-05C AS17-148-22718 and JSC Astronaut Photography of Earth)
AS17-148-22722
AS17-148-22722
#115 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22723
AS17-148-22723
#116 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22724
AS17-148-22724
#117 004:56-5:03
AS17-148-22725
AS17-148-22725
#118 005:06
AS17-148-22726
AS17-148-22726
#119 005:06
Africa, Arabia, Red Sea (blank) S-IVB Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
AS17-148-22725, AS17-148-22726, AS17-148-22727, AS17-148-22728 "Blue Marble": Africa, Arabia, Antarctica

A remarkably cloud-free Africa is at upper left, stretching down to the center of the image. Saudi Arabia is visible at the top of the disk and Antarctica and the south pole are at the bottom. Asia is on the horizon is at upper right. The Earth is 12,740 km in diameter. Central Latitude/Longitude (deg): -30.,310. (Info: NSSDC 72-096A-05C AS17-148-22725NSSDC 72-096A-05C AS17-148-22727)

This translunar coast photograph extends from the Mediterranean Sea area to the Antarctica south polar ice cap. This is the first time the Apollo trajectory made it possible to photograph the south polar ice cap. Note the heavy cloud cover in the southern hemisphere. Almost the entire coastline of Africa is clearly visible. The Arabian Peninsula can be seen at the northeastern edge of Africa. The large island off the coast of Africa is the Malagasy Republic. The Asian mainland is on the horizon toward the northeast. (JSC PAO File Name: 10075945.jpg)
AS17-148-22727
AS17-148-22727
#120 005:06
AS17-148-22728
AS17-148-22728
#121 005:06
AS17-148-22729
AS17-148-22729
#122 005:08-49
AS17-148-22730
AS17-148-22730
#123 005:08-49
AS17-148-22731
AS17-148-22731
#124 005:08-49
Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
AS17-148-22732
AS17-148-22732
#125 005:49-51
AS17-148-22733
AS17-148-22733
#126 005:49-51
AS17-148-22734
AS17-148-22734
#127 007:57
AS17-148-22735
AS17-148-22735
#128 007:57
AS17-148-22736
AS17-148-22736
#129 007:57
Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, Arabia, Antarctica Africa, South America, Antarctica Africa, South America, Antarctica Africa, South America, Antarctica
Day 2: Translunar Coast and Lunar Orbit
AS17-148-22737
AS17-148-22737 #130
AS17-148-22738
AS17-148-22738 #131
AS17-148-22739
AS17-148-22739 #132
AS17-148-22740
AS17-148-22740 #133
AS17-148-22741
AS17-148-22741 #134
Australia, Antarctica Australia, Antarctica Australia, Antarctica Australia, Antarctica Australia, Antarctica
AS17-148-22742
AS17-148-22742 #135
AS17-148-22743
AS17-148-22743 #136
AS17-148-22744
AS17-148-22744 #137
AS17-148-22745
AS17-148-22745 #138
AS17-148-22746
AS17-148-22746 #139
Australia, Antarctica Africa, South America, Antarctica Africa, South America, Antarctica North and South America, Antarctica North and South America, Antarctica
AS17-148-22742: Three-quarters illuminated Earth. This view is centered on Australia which is partially obscured by clouds. Antarctica is visible at the bottom of the disk. Much of the Indian (left) and Pacific (right) Oceans can be seen. Earth is 12,740 km in diameter and north is at about 1:00. Central Latitude/Longitude (deg): -15.,230. (Info: NSSDC 72-096A-05C AS17-148-22742)  
AS17-148-22747
AS17-148-22747 #140
AS17-148-22748
AS17-148-22748 #141
AS17-148-22749
AS17-148-22749 #142
AS17-148-22750
AS17-148-22750 #143
AS17-148-22751
AS17-148-22751 #144
Australia, Antarctica Australia, Antarctica Africa, South America Africa, South America Africa, South America
AS17-148-22752
AS17-148-22752 #145
AS17-148-22753
AS17-148-22753 #146
AS17-148-22754
AS17-148-22754 #147
AS17-148-22755
AS17-148-22755 #148
AS17-148-22756
AS17-148-22756 #149
CSM viewed from LM CSM viewed from LM CSM viewed from LM CSM viewed from LM CSM viewed from LM
AS17-148-22757
AS17-148-22757 #150
AS17-148-22758
AS17-148-22758 #151
AS17-148-22759
AS17-148-22759 #152
AS17-148-22760
AS17-148-22760 #153
AS17-148-22761
AS17-148-22761 #154
CSM viewed from LM North and South America, Antarctica North and South America, Antarctica Pacific Ocean, Antarctica Australia, Antarctica
AS17-148-22762
AS17-148-22762 #155
AS17-148-22763
AS17-148-22763 #156
AS17-148-22764
AS17-148-22764 #157
AS17-148-22723
AS17-148-22765 #158
AS17-148-22766
AS17-148-22766 #159
Australia, Antarctica Africa, Antarctica Africa, Antarctica (blank) Smyth's Sea
AS17-148-22767
AS17-148-22767 #160
AS17-148-22768
AS17-148-22768 #161
AS17-148-22769
AS17-148-22769 #162
AS17-148-22770
AS17-148-22770 #163
AS17-148-22771
AS17-148-22771 #164
Picard G, H, Lick Picard G, H, Lick Lick, A Apollo 17 Landing Site Sulpicius Gallus A, W of
AS17-148-22772
AS17-148-22772 #165
AS17-148-22773
AS17-148-22773 #166
AS17-148-22774
AS17-148-22774 #167
AS17-148-22775
AS17-148-22775 #168
 
Sulpicius Gallus A, NW of Crescent Earth Smyth's Sea Partial frame, Smyth's Sea  
The Apollo Image Atlas is a comprehensive collection of Apollo-Saturn mission photography. Included are almost 25,000 lunar images, both from orbit and from the moon's surface, as well as photographs of the earth, astronauts and mission hardware.

The Apollo film from the NASA Johnson Space Center was scanned using a video camera with a resolution of over 700 lines. Each frame was digitized as a 24 bit color image at 756 x 486 pixels, producing a file of approximately 1.1 megabytes in Targa format. The images then received some "color" processing because the aging of the film had altered the original colors captured when the film was exposed. For the images on color film, a generic color processing formula, arrived at by tweaking representative images by hand, was applied in an attempt to shift them back closer to their original colors. Because of all this processing, these catalog images should not be used for research purposes.

Copyright 2005 Lunar and Planetary Institute / Universities Space Research Association. The Lunar and Planetary Institute is operated by the Universities Space Research Association under Cooperative Agreement CAN-NCC5-679 with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

 

JSC-08641 Hasselblad 70mm Photographs - Magazine NN
Photo No.
AS17-148-
Lens
mm
Mission
Activity

Description
22607 80 EO Australia, Gulf of Carpentaria
22508 80 EO Australia, Gulf of Carpentaria
22609 80 EO Australia, Princess Charlotte Bay
22610 80 EO Earth (clouds)
22611 80 EO Earth (clouds)
22612 80 EO Earth (clouds)
22613 80 EO Earth (sunrise)
22614 80 EO Earth (clouds)
22615 80 EO Earth (clouds)
22516 80 EO Earth (clouds)
22617 80 EO Earth (clouds, water)
22618 80 EO Earth (clouds, water)
22619 80 EO Earth (clouds, water)
22620 80 EO Earth (clouds, water)
22621 B0 EO Earth (clouds, water)
22622 80 EO South West Africa, Angola
22523 80 EO Angola, coast
22524 80 EO Angola, coast
22625 80 EO Angola, South West Africa
22626 80 EO South West Africa, Hoarusib River
22627 80 EO South West Africa, Etosha Pans
22628 B0 EO South West Africa, Angola, Cunene River
22629 80 EO South West Africa, Grootfontein
22630 80 EO South West Africa, Cubango River
22631 80 EO South West Africa, Grootfontein
22532 80 EO Botswana
22633 80 EO Botswana
22634 80 EO Botswana
22635 80 EO Botswana
22636 80 EO Botswana, S of Makarikari Pans
22637 80 EO Botswana, S of Makarikari Pans
22638 80 EO Botswana
22639 80 EO Botswana, South Africa, Limpopo River
22640 80 EO South Africa, Mozambique, Indian Ocean
22641 80 EO Limpopo River, Shashi River confluence
22642 80 EO Mozambique, Bay of Lourenco Marques
22643 80 EO Mozambique coast
22644 80 EO Mozambique coast
22645 80 EO Mozambique coast, Inhambane
22646 80 EO Madagascar, S coast
22647 80 EO Madagascar, SW coast
22648 80 EO Madagascar, S coast
22649 80 EO Madagascar, S coast
22650 80 EO Madagascar, E coast
22651 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22652 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22653 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22654 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22655 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22656 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22657 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22658 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22659 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22660 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22661 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22662 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22663 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22664 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22665 80 EO Earth (cloud, water)
22666 80 EO DARK
22667 80 EO * Earth (sunrise) * during TLI burn
22668 80 EO * Earth (sunrise)  * during TLI burn
22669 80 EO * Africa, W coast * during/after TLI burn
22670 80 EO * Africa, W coast * during/after TLI burn
22671 80 EO * Africa, W coast * during/after TLI burn
22672 80 TLC Debris
22673 80 TLC Debris
22674 80 TLC Debris
22675 80 TLC Debris
22676 80 TLC Debris
22677 80 TLC Debris
22678 80 TLC Debris
22679 80 TLC South West Africa, South Atlantic Ocean
22680 80 TLC LM adapter panels, Africa
22681 80 TLC LM adapter panels, Africa
22682 80 TLC LM adapter panels, Africa
22683 80 TLC LM adapter panels, debris
22684 80 TLC LM adapter panels, debris
22685 80 TLC Africa, Madagascar
22686 80 TLC Africa, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden
22687 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22688 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22689 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22690 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22691 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22692 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22693 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22694 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22695 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22696 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22697 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22698 80 TLC S-IVB, LM, debris
22699 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Red Sea
22700 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden
22701 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Madagascar
22702 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Madagascar
22703 80 TLC S-IVB, LM
22704 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22705 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22706 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22707 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22708 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22709 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22710 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22711 80 TLC S-IVB, LM thrusters, antenna
22712 250 TLC S-IVB
22713 250 TLC S-IVB
22714 250 TLC S-IVB
22715 250 TLC S-IVB
22716 250 TLC S-IVB
22717 250 TLC Africa, Madagascar
22718 250 TLC Africa, Arabia, India
22719 250 TLC Africa
22720 250 TLC Africa, Southern
22721 250 TLC Africa, Antarctica
22722 250 TLC Africa, Arabia, Red Sea
22723 80 TLC DARK
22724 80 TLC S-IVB
22725 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22726 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22727 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22728 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22729 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22730 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22731 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22732 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22733 80 TLC Africa, Arabia, Antarctica
22734 80 TLC Africa, South America, Antarctica
22735 80 TLC Africa, South America, Antarctica
22736 80 TLC Africa, South America, Antarctica
22737 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22738 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22739 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22740 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22741 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22742 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22743 250 TLC Africa, South America, Antarctica
22744 250 TLC Africa, South America, Antarctica
22745 250 TLC North and South America, Antarctica
22746 250 TLC North and South America, Antarctica
22747 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22748 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22749 250 TLC Africa, South America
22750 250 TLC Africa, South America
22751 250 TLC Africa, South America
22752 80 TLC CSM viewed from LM
22753 80 TLC CSM viewed from LM
22754 80 TLC CSM viewed from LM
22755 80 TLC CSM viewed from LM
22756 80 TLC CSM viewed from LM
22757 80 TLC CSM viewed from LM
22758 250 TLC North and South America, Antarctica
22759 250 TLC North and South America, Antarctica
22760 250 TLC Pacific Ocean, Antarctica
22761 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22762 250 TLC Australia, Antarctica
22763 250 TLC Africa, Antarctica
22764 250 TLC Africa, Antarctica
22765 250 TLC DARK
Photo No.
AS17-148-
Lens
mm
Mission
Activity

Description
Principal Pt. Camera Alt Sun
Lat Long Tilt Az. km El.
22766 250 REV 66 Smyth's Sea 1.6 S 83.5 E 33 333 112 60
22767 250 REV 66 Picard G, H, Lick 9.6 N 55.4 E 63 244 112 80
22768 250 REV 66 Picard G, H, Lick 9.9 N 54.8 E 62 305 112 79
22769 250 REV 66 Lick, A 12.3 N 53.1 E 37 5 112 77
22770 250 REV 66 Apollo 17 Landing Site 23.0 N 30.5 E 67 301 112 60
22771 250 REV 73 Sulpicius Gallus A, W of 22.9 N 7.5 E 32 335 114 46
22772 250 REV 73 Sulpicius Gallus A, NW of 23.1 N 7.2 E 38 325 114 45
22773 250 REV 73 Crescent Earth            
22774 250 REV 74 Smyth's Sea 6.7 S 85.0 E 11 304 110 50
22775 250 REV 74 Partial frame, Smyth's Sea            
JSC-08641 Apollo 17 Index 70mm, 35mm, and 16mm Photographs, Mapping Sciences Branch,
Earth Observations Division, Science and Applications Directorate, NASA,
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, May 1974
Source: Apollo 17 Handheld Image Catalog (PDF) PDF versions of Apollo Image Catalogs,
Center for Planetary Sciences, Northwestern University
OCR and manual edits by Eric Hartwell, January 31, 2006
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