OFFERED HERE IS A RARE EXTRA LARGE SIZE (11" X 14") ORIGINAL VINTAGE PRE APOLLO PHOTO CONSOLIDATED LUNAR ATLAS LISTED UNDER'LIST OF PLATES, POSITIONAL'. NUMBER C2661 IMAGE NUMBER F-13,1966 SET 6D 11H 5.6M 175.5 DEGREES CONSOLIDATED LUNAR ATLAS REAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MOON DATED ALL INFO HAS BEEN BLACKED OUT (SEE PICTURES) THIS IS NUMBER'F13' BUT, I DON'T KNOW WHY THIS RARE PHOTO INFO IS BLACKED OUT ALONG THE TOP? PRESUMABLY IT READ SIMILAR TO THE OTHER 3 CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED.
SEE OTHER LISTINGS WITH INFO AS FOLLOWS;??? 2ND DAY 8TH HOUR AND 26 TH MINUTE 5 SECONDS UT COL 48 8 C19. WITH BLANK BACK AND NO WRITTING. THIS BACK WILL MARK WITH A PENCIL WHICH INDICATES IT IS A TRUE VINTAGE AND AUTHENTIC'BLACK AND WHITE' PHOTO OF THE CORRECT TIME PERIOD. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS FOR CONDITION.NOT AT ALL PERFECT HAS SCRATCHES AND FOLDS BECAUSE IT IS TRUE VINTAGE BUT, IT SHOWS VERY WELL. THIS IS ABOUT AS RARE AS GENUINE VINTAGE BLACK AND WHITES GET. THIS IS 0NE OF ONLY 4 IN MY COLLECTION. THIS PHOTO HAS WHAT APPEARS TO BE GREEN INKED CIRCLED AREAS AROUND A FEW OF THE CRATERS.
I DON'T KNOW WHY IT IS MARKED UP? THESE ARE REAL GLOSSY BLACK & WHITE PHOTOS. NOT LITHO PRINTS LIKE THE EARLIER VERSION OF KUIPER'S PHOTO ATLAS. THESE PHOTOS ARE EXTREMELY RARE AND VERY DIFFICULT TO FIND.WHEN STILL INTACT IN THE ATLAS THE ATLAS SELLS FOR THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. Is one of several significant Earth-based photographic atlases of the Moon compiled and published in the 1960's and 1970's. It is actually part of a larger work which began with Kuiper's PHOTOGRAPHIC LUNAR ATLAS (1960), sometimes referred to as the. USAF Lunar Atlas (Civil Edition).
The RECTIFIED LUNAR ATLAS was the first supplement, and the Full Moon and low sun-angle photography of the. Is essentially a remake of the PHOTOGRAPHIC LUNAR ATLAS with photos better than those available in 1960 and might be thought of as an effort to showcase results obtained with the LPL new NASA-funded 61-inch telescope at the Catalina Station at a time when many thought space-based photography had made such observations obsolete. Most of the plates reproduced in the. Were taken with it, but some (especially of the Full Moon) were taken with a similar telescope operated by the U.
Naval Observatory, as well as a few taken with the Lick and Yerkes telescopes. The smallest features resolved are said to be in the range of about 1 km on the Moon. CONSOLIDATED LUNAR ATLAS : SUPPLEMENT NO.
3 and 4 to the PHOTOGRAPHIC LUNAR ATLAS. Tucson : University of Arizona Press, 1967. In box 12"x14"x4 of 225 prints on glossy photographic paper.Average scale: 1:2,400,000 (Moon about 57 diameter). Images for the atlas were taken with the 61-inch telescope located on Mount Bigelow in the Catalina Mountains. The atlas was a remake of the "Photographic Lunar Atlas, " but the resolution was much higher because of improvements in telescopes and photography. THIS OFFERING IS FOR THE EXACT PHOTOGRAPH PICTURED ABOVE. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Astronauts & Space Travel\Exploration Missions\Apollo". The seller is "meteoritemax" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.