Apollo 15 -- 9

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Main contributor
Scott, David Randolph, 1932-
Four films captured during the Apollo 15 mission. The first showing a still image of Al Worden performing an extravehicular activity (EVA), the second shows the docking of the command and service module (CSM) Endeavor with the lunar module Falcon, the third showing the surface of the moon from the moving Lunar Roving Vehicle, and the forth a view out of the command module tracking craters at the landing site.
Worden, Al, 1932-2020; Irwin, James B. (James Benson)
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Apollo 15 (Spacecraft); Project Apollo (U.S.); Moon--Exploration; Lunar excursion module; Lunar surface vehicles; Space vehicles--Docking; Astronauts
Hernán Contreras & Gerald Griffin Collection of NASA A/V Recordings
Terms of Use
No copyright - United States; for more information, see: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
Physical Description
1 film reel: silent, color, 16 mm; duration: 00:07:52
This item was digitized from the Hernan Contreras Collection in Cushing Memorial Library at Texas A&M University.

Local Note

Notes on top label: w/o 8133 #254; Film Size 16; Film Length 400; Film Type “B” Color Print; Subject Apollo 15 Onboard __ags E, EE, A, F D-914-50. Notes on side label: AP15F00130. Notes on reel: Apollo 15 - - 9.
The source is a 16 mm double perforated film in a metal can without soundtrack. The playback device was an ELMO TRV-16H telecine digitizer; Date digitized: 2021/09/14
reformatted digital

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