Apollo 17, Tracy's Rock, December 13, 1972, Two Photographs.
Apollo 17, Tracy's Rock, December 13, 1972, Two Photographs. Two color 8 x 10 in. photographs which can be joined to form a continuous landscape, each lettered in red on recto, the right portion mislabeled: AS17-140-21493 [should be AS17-140-21497], the other: AS17-140-21496, versos with purple caption, round logo, and "A Kodak Paper"; these two-images form part of a Station 6 panorama taken by Eugene Cernan during EVA-3, it shows the giant boulder, also called Split Rock and Turning Point Rock, at the Taurus-Littrow landing site, Schmitt is moving behind the boulder at the left and the LRV is parked to the right. (2)
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