LUNAR ORBITER V PANORAMA.
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF CRATER COPERNICUS.
Together 32 silver gelatin prints, each 17 by 22 inches. Full suite of images V-150 through V-157, each complete with medium resolution images M, and high resolution images H1, H2, and H3.
An incredible complete suite of images taken by Lunar Orbiter V of Copernicus crater and its immediate environs. Includes 24 high resolution images, comprising views of the central peaks, the crater floor, and the local ejecta blanket, as well as 8 medium resolution images of the crater in its entirety. The 24 high resolution images together form a fantastic 5½ foot wide by 11¼ foot long panoramic shot, being the most extensive photograph of crater Copernicus to be shot by Lunar Orbiter V.
Launched on August 1, 1967, Lunar Orbiter V was the final LO mission, and was tasked with taking additional detailed photographs of potential Apollo landing sites. It took a total of 174 photographs during 69 orbits. Between August 6 and 18 it took 174 photographs during 69 orbits.