Taurus Littrow Lunar Topographic Photomap with Cernan long inscriptions
Lot 317
THE APOLLO 17 LANDING SITE—THE LAST LUNAR LANDING OF THE APOLLO PROGRAM.
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The Space Sale New York
16 Jul 2009 13:00 EDT

Auction 17402
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THE APOLLO 17 LANDING SITE—THE LAST LUNAR LANDING OF THE APOLLO PROGRAM.
“Lunar Topographic Photomap. Taurus Littrow,” chart based on Apollo 15 orbital photography, lithographed in black with red contour lines, Defense Mapping Agency for NASA, September, 1972, 29 by 43 inches.

Inscribed by Gene Cernan: “The valley of Taurus Littrow. Last lunar footsteps of the 20th Century. Gene Cernan, Apollo XVII, December 1972.” He has marked the landing site with an “X.” The North and South Massifs stand out between the area of the Apollo 17 landing site in the Taurus Littrow Valley.
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