Apollo 15 - August 1, 1971 - NASA ID: ​­AS15-​­87-​­11815 TO 11819
This panorama highlights the undulating terrain that contributed to Falcon’s hard landing as it came to rest on the rim of a ​­20-​­foot crater. The considerable 6.8 feet/second landing velocity was compounded as the near leg hit first, shunting the spacecraft to an ​­11-​­degree tilt, with one footpad completely off the surface and buckling the engine bell. The safe limit for taking off from the Moon was considered 12 degrees.

Andrew Saunders

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Apollo 15 - August 1, 1971 - NASA ID: ​­AS15-​­87-​­11815 TO 11819

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This panorama highlights the undulating terrain that contributed to Falcon’s hard landing as it came to rest on the rim of a ​­20-​­foot crater. The considerable 6.8 feet/second landing velocity was compounded as the near leg hit first, shunting the spacecraft to an ​­11-​­degree tilt, with one footpad completely off the surface and buckling the engine bell. The safe limit for taking off from the Moon was considered 12 degrees.


Photographer:
Andrew Saunders

Print Only: $1,950.00

Framed Print: $2,280.00

Print Size: 2000x1000 mm

Frame Size: 2080x1080 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 22

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