Apollo 14 - February 5, 1971 - NASA ID: ​­AS14-​­67-​­9374
Edgar Mitchell: “I’m going to have to go almost due south with the thumper…Al, you do take a picture down along this line, do you not?” The “thumper experiment,” involved detonating a series of small explosive charges to create miniature moonquakes, the measurement of which (via the ​­300-​­foot-long orange cables) could help determine the ​­make-​­up of the local lunar substructure.

Andrew Saunders

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Edgar Mitchell: “I’m going to have to go almost due south with the thumper…Al, you do take a picture down along this line, do you not?” The “thumper experiment,” involved detonating a series of small explosive charges to create miniature moonquakes, the measurement of which (via the ​­300-​­foot-long orange cables) could help determine the ​­make-​­up of the local lunar substructure.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $925.00

Framed Print: $1,100.00

Print Size: 792x792 mm

Frame Size: 870x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 20

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