Illuminating Space: Images from a Private Virginian Collection
5 Dec 2012, starting at 13:00 EST.

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124 CONESTOGA I. 21 photographs of the Conestoga I launch, Matagorda Island, TX, September 9, 1982, US$ 162
£96
€117
125 SHUTTLE STS-27. Large format photograph of the south Persian Gulf, from the orbiting Shuttle Atlantis, December 2-6, 1988, US$ 1,000
£594
€721
126 GALILEO. The limb of the Earth, looking north past Antarctica, December 8, 1990, US$ 1,250
£743
€902
127 FLAMMARION, CAMILLE. 1842-1925. Globe géographique de la planète Mars d'après Camille Flammarion. Paris: E. Bertaux, [1884]. US$ 27,500
£16,361
€19,848
128 FLAMMARION, CAMILLE, AND EUGENE ANTONIADI. Globe géographique de la planète Mars d'après CAMILLE FLAMMARION par E. Antoniadi. Paris: E. Bertaux, [c.1897]. US$ 6,875
£4,090
€4,962
129 BRUN, EMMY INGEBORG. 1872-1929. [Inscription on base:] Mars efter Lowell's Glober [sic]. Denmark, c.1905-1909. US$ 50,000
£29,747
€36,088
130 MARINER IV. A reel of magnetic tape containing photographic data returned by Mariner IV, July 15, 1965, US$ 375
£223
€270
131 MARINER IV. 22 views of Mars, being every image captured by Mariner IV, July 14, 1965, US$ 187
£111
€135
133 MARS SCIENTIFIC MODEL. Mars Scientific Model. JPL Document No. 606-1. Pasadena, CA: JPL, July 15, 1968. US$ 812
£483
€586
134 MARINER VI & VII. Collection of approximately 60 bulletins, reports, and memoranda related to Mariners VI and VII, including: US$ 125
£74
€90
135 MARINER IX. 2 views of the north pole of Mars, around October 12, 1972, US$ 2,000
£1,189
€1,443
137 MARINER IX. Large collection of approximately 180 volumes, documents, periodicals and memoranda related to Mariner IX, some being rare internally-circulated items from JPL, including: US$ 937
£557
€676
138 DENOYER-GEPPERT. [Label on base:] Visual-Relief Mariner 9 Mars Globe. Chicago, IL: Denoyer-Geppert Co., 1973. US$ 2,750
£1,636
€1,984
140 VIKING I LANDER. Panorama of Chryse Planitia, July 23, 1976, US$ 13,750
£8,180
€9,924
141 VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Memnonia quadrangle, c.1978, US$ 20,000
£11,898
€14,435
143 VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Mars, c.1979, US$ 10,000
£5,949
€7,217
144 VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Mars, c.1979, US$ 10,000
£5,949
€7,217
145 VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Mars, c.1979, US$ 8,750
£5,205
€6,315
153 VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of the Martian polar cap, c.1979, US$ 6,875
£4,090
€4,962
158 VIKING. Collection of approximately 180 volumes, documents, bulletins, newspapers, and memoranda related to Viking missions, including: US$ 1,625
£966
€1,172
159 TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. 4 models of the Martian moon Phobos at different stages of development, Sheridan, OR, c.1976-1978, US$ 10,000
£5,949
€7,217
162 TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. Model of a section of Olympus Mons, probably Tucson, AZ, 1989, US$ 2,250
£1,338
€1,623
164 MARINER X. Hand mosaic of Caloris Basin, April 17, 1974, US$ 2,000
£1,189
€1,443
165 MARINER X. 3 photographs of hand mosaics of Mercury, including 2 of limbs, March 29, 1974-March 16, 1975, US$ 937
£557
€676
166 MARINER X. Data package assembled by the Imaging Science Team at JPL, March 17, 1975, comprising: US$ 250
£148
€180
167 MARINER X. DAVIES, MERTON E., AND OTHERS. Atlas of Mercury. [Washington, DC?]: Office of Space Sciences, NASA, December 1976. US$ 1,375
£818
€992
168 MARINER. 10 reports and memoranda relating to Mariner Missions II, V and X to Mercury and Venus, comprising: US$ 125
£74
€90
169 GLOBES—REPLOGLE. 2 editions of Replogle globes of Venus. Chicago, IL: Replogle, 1981 and 1995. US$ 2,750
£1,636
€1,984
170 KOTELNIKOV, V.A., editor. [In Russian:] Atlas poverhnosti Venery. [Atlas of the Surface of Venus.] Moscow: Head Office of the Geodesic and Cartographic Ministry, 1989. US$ 175
£104
€126
171 MAGELLAN. Radar image of volcanic "pancake" domes in Tinatin Planitia, September 15, 1990-September 13, 1992, US$ 2,500
£1,487
€1,804
172 MAGELLAN. Large anaglyph (stereoscopic) view of the northwestern flank of Maxwell Montes, September 15, 1990-September 13, 1992, US$ 812
£483
€586
174 TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. A pair of Jupiter globes, probably Sheridan, OR, 1974, US$ 8,750
£5,205
€6,315
175 VOYAGER I. Sequence of time-lapse photographs of Voyager I's approach towards Jupiter, January-February, 1979, US$ 15,000
£8,924
€10,826
181 VOYAGER I. Hand mosaic of a limb of Callisto, around March 6, 1979, US$ 8,125
£4,833
€5,864
183 VOYAGER II. The Great Red Spot, around July 3, 1979, US$ 18,750
£11,155
€13,533
184 VOYAGER II. Hand mosaic of a limb of Ganymede, around July 9, 1979, US$ 8,750
£5,205
€6,315
185 VOYAGER II. Hand mosaic of Ganymede, around July 9, 1979, US$ 8,750
£5,205
€6,315
186 VOYAGER II. Group of 4 hand mosaics of Europa, around July 9, 1979, US$ 6,250
£3,718
€4,511
187 VOYAGER. 1. "Voyager to Jupiter." [Probably Pasadena, CA: JPL, c.1979.] US$ 2,250
£1,338
€1,623
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