APOLLO 7 HASSELBLAD COLOR FILM POSITIVES.
A strip of duplicate positives in color from the astronauts' Hasselblad cameras. October 22, 1968.
6 frames from Magazine N-04, frames 1607-1612, 2¾ by 19 inches. Consisting of orbital photos of the Earth, depicting Cumulus, cumulus-nimbus, cirrus, towering-cumulus, small cumulus, and alto-cumulus clouds over the Schouten-Ellanden Islands, Cape Nelson, New Guinea, the Solomon Sea, Woodlark Island, the Gulf of Thailand, Borneo Island, Makasser Straight, and parts of Indonesia.
The Apollo 7 mission carried only one 70 mm camera. It made a total of 533 exposures on 9 magazines of film lettered M-P. 35 of the images were in black & white, and 498 were in color.