APOLLO 16'S MOTION PICTURES OF ORION'S UNDOCKING AND LUNAR LANDING.
JOHN YOUNG ON THE LUNAR SURFACE PLUS THE RETURN OF "CASPER" TO EARTH.
An internal NASA/Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) duplicate film roll of scenes taken during the Apollo 16 flight by the 16mm Maurer Data Acquisition Cameras (DAC). Spooled on a metal reel housed in a period canister, 11 inches in diameter. The MSC Film Form 2138 Film Can Label (May 66) on the canister reads in part: "PRINT ROLL NO: Roll #2, FILM SIZE: 16 mm, TYPE FILM: COLOR PRINT (via stamp), Subject: Apollo 16 Mags N, AA, CC, EE, GG. T-914-50."
Brief scene descriptions from each magazine are as follows:
Magazine N Command Service Module (CSM) Casper views from Lunar Module (LM) Orion just after undocking prior to the lunar landing. Landing sequence from Orion and lunar touchdown. John Young observed from LM window working outside on the lunar surface at the beginning of the first EVA (moonwalk).
Magazine AA CSM Casper records the initial docking with LM Orion just after TransLunar Injection to the Moon (CSM transposition and docking).
Magazine CC LM Orion undocking as seen from the CSM.
Magazine EE Landmark tracking of the lunar surface from the CSM.
Magazine GG - Re-entry of the Command Module Casper into earth's atmosphere.
- In the printed catalog, the image marked as lot 169 is actually lot 168. The correct image for this lot is marked as lot 168.