Apollo 8 - December 24–25, 1968 - NASA ID: ​­AS08-​­13-​­2319
The Apollo 8 crew were the first humans to view and photograph the far side of the Moon.
“Target of opportunity” no. 10 – the mountains along the northern rim of the enormous South ​­Pole–​­Aitken basin. One of the largest known impact craters in the solar system, and the largest, oldest and deepest on the Moon. The basin is 1,600 miles across, 5 miles deep and the mountains at the rim soar 5 miles into the lunar sky.

Andrew Saunders

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Apollo 8 - December 24–25, 1968 - NASA ID: ​­AS08-​­13-​­2319

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The Apollo 8 crew were the first humans to view and photograph the far side of the Moon.
“Target of opportunity” no. 10 – the mountains along the northern rim of the enormous South ​­Pole–​­Aitken basin. One of the largest known impact craters in the solar system, and the largest, oldest and deepest on the Moon. The basin is 1,600 miles across, 5 miles deep and the mountains at the rim soar 5 miles into the lunar sky.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $925.00

Framed Print: $1,099.35

Print Size: 792x792 mm

Frame Size: 870x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 04

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