LUNAR ORBITER. Collection of approximately 32 volumes, documents, or dossiers related to Lunar Orbiter missions, several being rare internally-circulated items from NASA Langley or contractors,  including:
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LUNAR ORBITER. Collection of approximately 32 volumes, documents, or dossiers related to Lunar Orbiter missions, several being rare internally-circulated items from NASA Langley or contractors, including:
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LUNAR ORBITER.
Collection of approximately 32 volumes, documents, or dossiers related to Lunar Orbiter missions, several being rare internally-circulated items from NASA Langley or contractors, including: Taback, "Lunar Orbiter: Its Mission and Capability," original mockup; JPL, "The Lunar Orbiter / A Radio-Controlled Camera"; NASA Special Publications 197, 200, 206, 241, 242; Lunar Orbiter I Postmission Photo Supporting Data, September 29, 1967; Boeing, "Agena Class Lunar Orbiter, Photographic Project, Flight Programmer Proposal," March 19, 1964; Kodak, "A New Processing Method For The Aerospace Age"; Rand Corporation, "Lunar Exploration By Photography From A Space Vehicle," March 5, 1959; Space Technologies Laboratories, proposal to NASA Langley Research Center for the Agena Class Lunar Orbiter Photographic Project, October 1963. For a full listing, please download the condition report for this lot from bonhams.com/20830.
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