APOLLO 11 HASSELBLAD FILM POSITIVES.
A pair of strips of duplicate positives in black & white from the astronauts' Hasselblad cameras. July 21, 1969.
1. Magazine Q, 8 frames on single strip: frames 5801-5808, 2¾ by 20 inches. Depicting the Lunar Module thrusters, the shadow of the Lunar Module, the tv camera, and the American Flag on the Lunar surface.
2. Magazine V, 9 frames on single strip: frames 6225-6233. 2¾ by 22 inches. Depicting the Lunar surface, including the area south of Mare Crisium, crater Goclenius (at the west edge of Mare Fecunditatis), and craters Messier, Messier A, and Messier B.