MORE LUNAR ORBIT PHOTO TASKS FOR APOLLO 13.
Lunar Orbital Science Flight Chart, Chart F, 2 of 3, Apollo Mission 13, REV 40 through 46, 11 APRIL 1970 Launch Date. Color lunar map, first edition, February 2, 1970. 27 x 57 inches. Scale 1:2,500,000 with nautical mile distance markers found in four locations. The full ground path of orbit 41 is marked in green with orbit 46 marked in blue. Color-coded orbital vectors show which photographic targets have priorities during each orbit. Near-side lunar shadow terminator areas are shown with long red line marker ticks for orbits 40 and 46 which are perpendicular to the spacecraft orbital path.
The Apollo 13 landing site ellipse is marked in red to the north of this series of orbital tracks showing how the spacecraft orbit progresses over the lunar surface. Photographic targets for Descartes (the future Apollo 16 landing site), Davy Rille and crater series, Flamsteed P crater wall, Parry Rille, craters are marked in purple, orange, blue, and green. About a dozen other photo targets are marked in blue or red with either long directional arrows or circled cross-marks.
SIGNED and INSCRIBED: "FRED HAISE, Apollo 13 LMP."