IMAGES OF THE APOLLO 8 HASSELBLAD CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY.
IMAGES LABELED AND ILLUSTRATED SIX TO A PAGE. Analysis of Apollo 8 Photography and Visual Observations.
Washington: GPO/NASA SP-201, 1969.
337 pp. 11 by 8 ½ inches. Original illustrated wrappers with four 10 ½ by 58 inch folded lunar orbit photography chart indexes stored in a sleeve pocket mounted on the interior rear end paper.
Information presented was compiled by photographic experts at the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center using internal reports plus those of university and associated government agencies. Includes a flight observation report written by the Apollo 8 crew with descriptions from their critical items (observation) checklist. The astronauts carried Kodak Ektachrome film types SO-368 MS, SO-168 EF, and SO -121 High-resolution Aerial, plus Type 3400 Panatomic X and Type 2485 High-speed recording. A sub-chapter describes these film types and their associated chemical processing.
All flight 70mm Hasselblad camera magazine images are illustrated in a six per page format with their individual frame ID's and a "North" directional vector indicator. An appendix defines the latitude - longitude location and the direction, f-stop, shutter speed, with general description/notes of each image in a line column format. Three of the included 10 by 58 inch lunar orbit photography index charts plot the areas of and frame ID's for the 70mm stereographic / targets of opportunity which were made from film magazines A, B, C, D, E, and G. The additional index chart plots the locations of four 16mm Maurer motion picture sequence photography from magazines H, I, J, and Q.