APOLLO 15ROAD MAP TO THE MOON.
Apollo 15. CSM Lunar Landmark Maps. Printed June, 1971.
28 photographic charts on plastic (3 of which are folding and show details near the landing site at Hadley-Apennine, a few pasted back-to-back), interspersed with several printed text leaves. 11 x 8 inches. Card stock covers, tabbed, punched, and bound with three metal rings.
SIGNED and INSCRIBED: "A roadmap to the Moon. This is the backup copy of my lunar landmark map. Al Worden, Apollo 15."
Contains several unusual simulated oblique views of the lunar surface as it would be seen from the command module, and several exercises requiring the astronaut to identify or describe certain topographical features. These photographic charts on durable plastic were produced in very limited quantities and intended exclusively for crew training purposes.