Apollo 17 - December 7, 1972 - NASA ID: MAG ​­1341-​­AA
5,300 nautical miles from Earth, the 16mm film is rolling to capture the CSM, docking with LM Challenger. Cernan: “We’ve got the booster, and is she pretty! Challenger’s just sitting in her nest.” Surrounded by debris caused by separation from the third stage of the Saturn V, the panned 'movie' footage from the CM’s window has enabled the creation of this panoramic image, from 482 separate frames, to better comprehend the extraordinary scene.

Andrew Saunders

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Exhibit: POS AS 278 26

 

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Apollo 17 - December 7, 1972 - NASA ID: MAG ​­1341-​­AA

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5,300 nautical miles from Earth, the 16mm film is rolling to capture the CSM, docking with LM Challenger. Cernan: “We’ve got the booster, and is she pretty! Challenger’s just sitting in her nest.” Surrounded by debris caused by separation from the third stage of the Saturn V, the panned 'movie' footage from the CM’s window has enabled the creation of this panoramic image, from 482 separate frames, to better comprehend the extraordinary scene.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $2,750.00

Framed Print: $3,075.00

Print Size: 2400x617 mm

Frame Size: 2480x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 26

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