3 edition of Geologic Map of the Sabine D Region of the Moon found in the catalog.
Geologic Map of the Sabine D Region of the Moon
United States Geological Survey
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Generalized Geologic Map of the Inyo Mountains Region, California (US Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I) [Donald C. Ross] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Generalized Geologic Map of the Inyo Mountains Region, California (US Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I). The map base forms the background image (usually in reduced contrast form) upon which the drafted geologic map units, symbols, and nomenclature are superposed. It is a geometrically controlled product that is the fundamental data set upon which map drafting is performed. In some cases, there are adequate data available from a particular.
The projected landing point is within the unit mapped as smooth terrain material (unit Is). This unit is similar in texture, topographic relief, and. TO ACCOMPANY MAP (SHEET 2 OF 2) GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE FRA MAURO REGION OF THE MOON APOLLO 14 PRE-MISSION MAP [scale By R.E. Eggleton The accompanying map shows the regional geo- logic setting of the landing area for the Apollo 14 mission to the Moon. It is in the western part of the lunar equatorial belt approximately 1, km south.
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USGS Geologic Map of the Sabine D region (I) The Surveyor 5 / Apollo 11 region. USGS Geologic Map of Apollo Landing Site 2 (Apollo 11)(I) Part of the Sabine D region. USGS Geologic Map of the Sabine EB region (I) The region between 2°38'00" North and 2°42'48" North/ 24°30'07" East and 24°36'07" East (the Ranger 8 region.
Geologic Atlas of the Moon. Publisher: U. Geological Survey: Scale:, ,I Geologic Map of the Sabine EB Region of the Moon Scale:I Geologic Map of the Oppolzer A Region of the Moon I Geologic Map of the Bonpland PQC Region of the Moon Geologic Map of the.
Geologic Map of the Sabine EB Region of the Moon Click here to download a 72dpi JPEG image (MB) Click here to download a dpi JPEG image (17MB) Click here to download a dpi JPEG image (32M) (Requires JPEG viewer) USGS Geologic Atlas of the Moon home page.
Miscellaneous geologic investigations, map I; Geologic atlas of the Moon, ORB II-6 (25) Other Titles: Apollo Landing Site 2 (Apollo 11) (Part of Sabine D region, southwestern Mare Tranquillitatis) Sabine D region, southwestern Mare Tranquillitatis: Responsibility: by Maurice J.
Grolier. Washington, DC: U.S. Geological Survey. Very good. Includes 4-page stapled document: Geologic Maps of Early Apollo Landing Sites by N.J. Trask. Item # A vividly colored map showing the detailed topography and geology of the area around the first manned lunar landing site.
Apollo 11 touched down on the moon’s surface on J The Geologic History of the Moon by Don E. Wilhelms: The Geologic Investigation of the Taurus-Littrow Valley: Apollo 17 Landing Site by Edward W.
Wolfe: Geologic Map of the Apollo 16 Landing Site and Vicinity by U.S. Geological Survey: Geologic Map of the Sabine D. ‘I Part of Sabine D Region, Southwest Mare Tranquilitatis from Lithographs Based on Geologic Maps of Lunar Orbiter and Apollo Landing Sites’ was created in by Nancy Graves in Cartographic Art style.
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Geologic Map of Apollo Landing Site 2 (Apollo 11) Part of the Sabine D Region, Southwestern Mare Tranquilitatis. [Lunar Cartography.] [Moon Landing.] U.S. Geological Survey, Maurice J.
Publisher USGS Astrogeology Science Center Publication Date 6 September Originator Group Added to Astropedia 2 May Modified 7 November General Geospatial Data Presentation Form Geologic Map, Raster Data, Vector Data Series Id Keywords Target Moon Theme. Geologic Map of the Sabine DM Region of the Moon (United States Geological Survey / USGS / U.
Geologic Atlas of the Moon, Sabine DM Region, Map I / RLC-9). by N. Trask. United States Geological Survey., Map. Very Good. No Binding. Large folded sheet in printed envelope; ex-corporate library; INCLUDES a geologic map, a columnar section with description of units, an index.
The Geologic History of the Moon Paperback – Febru by U.S. Department of the Interior (Author), Don E. Wilhelms (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Cited by: Geologic maps of the Descartes region of the Moon Apollo 16 pre-mission maps: Series title: IMAP: Series number: Subseries: MOON: DOI: /i Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: 2 maps:col.
;27 x 51 cm. and 50 x 64 cm. on 2 sheets 54 x 96 cm. and 77 x cm. fold. in envelope 30 x 24 cm. Scale: Geologic History of the Moon, Don Wilhelms US Geological Survey Professional Paper Since The Geologic History of the Moon (D. Wilhelms) has remained the cornerstone reference for all lunar geologists, and was originally published as United States Geological Survey Professional Paper Unfortunately this volume has long been out of print.
“Geologic Map of Apollo Landing Site 2 (Apollo 11) Part of the Sabine D Region, Southwestern Mare Tranquilitatis”. USGS I-MAP () $ This is THE Apollo 11 landing site pre-mission geologic map and is a rather rare item.
Geologic Map of the Craters of the Moon 30’ x 60’ Quadrangle, Idaho By Mel A. Kuntz1, Betty Skipp1, Duane E. Champion1, Philip B. Gans2, D. Paco Van Sistine1, and Scott R. Snyders1 1U.S. Geological Survey 2Department of Geological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Pamphlet to accompany Scientific Investigations Map Figure 1. Preliminary geologic map of the Aristarchus plateau region superimposed on a Mercator projection of the Lu-nar Orbiter mosaicked basemap.
Mare units are in shades of blue, plateau units are in shades of pink, and ejecta units are in shades of brown. Upper left is. More than two decades of study have established the major features of lunar geologic style and history.
The most numerous and significant landforms belong to a size-morphology series of simple craters, complex craters, and ringed basins that were formed by impacts. Each crater and basin is the source of primary ejecta and secondary craters that, collectively, cover the entire terra.
USGS Geologic Map of the Sabine D Region, I (also shows the actual landing site of Apo near the lower left corner of the map). Description According to the Apollo 11 Preliminary Science Report, this site, which was chosen for reasons of safety rather than geologic interest, proved to consist of fragmented debris ranging in size from.
This is the U.S. Geological Survey's stunning full color geologic map of the Moon's fascinating and mysterious Aristarchus region. Deep in the dark expanse of the Ocean of Storms ('Oceanus Procellarum'), sits Aristarchus Plateau, pocked by Aristarchus Crater, the brightest large formation on the moon, visible to the naked eye on the northwest (or upper left) of the Moon's near ry: Celestial & Lunar Maps.
INTERAGENCY REPORT: ASTROGEOLOGY 55 GEOLOGIC MAPPING OF THE SECOND PLANET by Don E. \H the lms Part 1: Rationale and General Methods of Lunar Geologic Mapping Part 2: Technicalities of Map Conventions, Format, Production 1'1echanics, and Revie.,ing Part 3: History of the U.s.
Geological Survey Lunar Geologic Mapping Program.This map would be a great companion piece to the other maps in the Geologic Atlas of the Moon, especially those forming the face of the Man in the Moon. It would also wonderfully complement early explorers' maps, or any of the plates from Burritt's famous Atlas to Illustrate the Geography of the Heavens, one of writer H.P.
Lovecraft's.The lunar geological timescale (or selenological timescale) divides the history of Earth's Moon into five generally recognized periods: the Copernican, Eratosthenian, Imbrian (Late and Early epochs), Nectarian, and boundaries of this time scale are related to large impact events that have modified the lunar surface, changes in crater formation through time, and the size.