10 stereo photographs taken by Dave Scott on the lunar surface, July 31-August 2, 1971, pairs of color transparencies in metal mounts, each transparency 1 x 1 inch (25 x 25 mm), mostly with pasted-on reference numbers and captions, together with a period Brumberger Stereo Viewer.
One of astronaut Dave Scott's tasks on the lunar surface was to capture photographic panoramas using a 60 mm focal-length Hasselblad camera. This allowed for the creation of stereo images, although relatively few were produced. Images include the hills around the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) site, approximately 400 feet northwest of the Lunar Module.
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