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Figure caption: Astronaut Scott Carpenter with Flagstaff Mayor Rollin Wheeler; USGS photo P883b, F7105. No index card. Published as Figure 14C in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 90-(e) caption: Charles Duke (l) and John Young on Grover; Duke had traverse map in hand; NASA AP16-S71-51616. Published as Figure 090e in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Sketch showing the Branch of Astrogeology's Early Apollo radio/TV links from the field to the ADF in 1967; USGS photo P475, F1167319. No index card. Published as Figure 26A in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Seismic shot carried out by the Branch's In Situ Geophysics group in Chezhin-Chotah Butte area during AAP Test 6. No index card. Published as Figure 42-G in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Gyrocompass-powered navigational system installed on Explorer vehicle at Flagstaff in July 1968; View of gyroscope and other electronics that control navigation system; USGS photo P629f, F76843. No index card. Published as Figure 55-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 62-(f) caption: (l to r) Jack McCauley, Thor Karlstrom (standing), Bob Regan CBS assistant (unidentified) and Al Chidester in Branch Chief's office during Apollo 11 mission; USGS photo P860PR, FF769188PR. Published as Figure 062f USGS in Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 92-(c) caption: Charles Duke (bending) looking at boulder; John Young standing holding Apollo pickup (clamp) and scoop geologic tools; NASA AP16-S71-59355. Published as Figure 092c in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 87-(a) caption: Final geology exercise for the Apollo 15 prime and backup crew at Coconino Point, Territory of the Navajo Nation, Arizona (north of Flagstaff, Arizona and south of the Grand Canyon) on 25 June 1971; (a) (l-to-r) Jim Irwin and Dave Scott checking out outcrop; NASA photo S-71-39711. Published as Figure 087a in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 91-(b) caption: The original photograph of Mt. Hadley taken by the Apollo 15 crew while on the surface at the Hadley Rille Site; both USGS photographs show remarkably similar "layers" sloping from the upper right to the lower left. This comparison convinced nearly everyone that the "layers" were in fact lighting artifacts, perhaps unique to the lunar surface. Published as Figure 091b in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Second, larger, building (2717 N. Fourth Street) built adjacent to the ADF (2717 N. Fourth Street) at the same time to house some of the Branch support groups, including photogrammetry, surveying, photography, and cartography from late 1967 through 1973; digital photo by G. Schaber 6 may 2002. No index card. Published as Figure 44-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 70-(a) caption: Examples of two color Apollo 12 traverse maps from the Apollo 12 Lunar Data package hand-colored at the Kennedy Space Center a few days before the mission by personnel (Ray Sabala and James Vandivier) from the Center of Astrogeology (Flagstaff) at the request of the Apollo 12 crew (Conrad and Bean). USGS photos (a) P941c, F17024. Published as Figure 070a in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 85-(c) caption: Jim Irwin (l) (with scoop tool and traverse map) and Dave Scott; NASA AP15-S71-23769. Published as Figure 085c in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Floor plan of the planned interior of the Apollo Data Facility (ADF) that was built for the Branch of Astrogeology by the Flagstaff construction firm of Buttrum and Jamison (in January 1967) at 2720 N. Fourth Street in East Flagstaff, Arizona. This facility, conceived and developed by the USGS, Branch of Surface Planetary Exploration in Flagstaff, Arizona, was a working precursor to the Science Support Room-concept at the Manned Spacecraft Center, Mission Control Building, in Houston during the Apollo missions); USGS photo P475, F1167321 (see Fig. 44 (pap0044a and pap0044b)). No index card. Published as Figure 27 in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Construction phases of the Branch of Astrogeology's lunar Roving vehicle (LRV) called "Explorer;" (a) aerial view of the old Byrd Building at 1980 Huntington Road in Flagstaff, Arizona where the Branch of Astrogeology's "Explorer" simulated Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) was designed and constructed in spring 1967 by Putty Mills, Dick Wiser and Bill Tinnin of the Branch's Field Test Support Group in Flagstaff; USGS aerial photo. No index card. Published as Figure 45-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 80 caption: Color photograph of Grover as it appeared in October 1970, complete with low-gain and high-gain antennae, cameras, etc.; USGS photo P4702g, F470160c. Published as Figure 080 in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 88-(e) caption: Fred Haise preparing to take a photograph after setting up the gnomon on the ground in front of him. Fred is holding the Apollo rake tool in his left hand; NASA photo S-71-39844. Published as Figure 088e in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 76 caption: David Roddy briefing Apollo 15 Commander David Scott and others on the rim viewing platform below the museum at Meteor Crater during a 4-5 June 1970 Apollo 15 trip to the crater; photo, US Atomic Energy Commission. Published as Figure 076 ii USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 97-(e) caption: A relaxed moment for the last of the Apollo lunar explorers-Cernan (a veteran fighter pilot and military man) and Schmitt (a geologist) during their final geologic field exercise; NASA photo S-72-52835. Published as Figure 097e in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 87-(c) caption: General overview of western base of the Coconino Point monocline that dominates the Coconino Point Test site. Dave Scott and Jim Irwin in center of photo; NASA photo. Published as Figure 087c in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.


map background search result map search result map Astronaut Scott Carpenter with Flagstaff Mayor Rollin Wheeler. Arizona. No date. Floor plan of the planned interior of the Apollo Data Facility that was built for the Branch of Astrogeology. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1967. Seismic shot carried out by the Branch's In Situ Geophysics group. Chezhin-Chotah Butte area, Arizona. 1966. Second, larger, building (2717 N. Fourth Street) built adjacent to the ADF (2717 N. Fourth Street). Flagstaff, Arizona. 2002. Aerial view of the old Byrd Building at 1980 Huntington Road. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1967. View of gyroscope and other electronics that control navigation system. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1968. Jack McCauley, Thor Karlstrom, Bob Regan, and Al Chidester in Branch Chief's office. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1969. David Roddy briefing Apollo 15 Commander David Scott. Arizona. 1970. Grover complete with low-gain and high-gain antennae and cameras. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1970. Jim Irwin with scoop tool and traverse map and Dave Scott. Taos County, New Mexico. 1971. Final geology exercise for the Apollo 15 prime and backup crew at Coconino Point. Arizona. 1971. General overview of western base of the Coconino Point monocline. Arizona. 1971. Fred Haise preparing to take a photograph after setting up the gnomon on the ground in front of him. Ontario, Canada. 1971. Charles Duke and John Young on Grover. Taos County, New Mexico. 1971. Charles Duke looking at boulder; John Young standing holding Apollo pickup and scoop geologic tools. Coso Hills Naval Ordinance Test Range, California. 1971. A relaxed moment for the last of the Apollo lunar explorers, Cernan and Schmitt, during their final geologic field exercise. Arizona. 1972. Astronaut training program. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. No date. Jim Irwin with scoop tool and traverse map and Dave Scott. Taos County, New Mexico. 1971. Charles Duke and John Young on Grover. Taos County, New Mexico. 1971. Astronaut training program. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. No date. Astronaut Scott Carpenter with Flagstaff Mayor Rollin Wheeler. Arizona. No date. Floor plan of the planned interior of the Apollo Data Facility that was built for the Branch of Astrogeology. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1967. Seismic shot carried out by the Branch's In Situ Geophysics group. Chezhin-Chotah Butte area, Arizona. 1966. Second, larger, building (2717 N. Fourth Street) built adjacent to the ADF (2717 N. Fourth Street). Flagstaff, Arizona. 2002. Aerial view of the old Byrd Building at 1980 Huntington Road. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1967. View of gyroscope and other electronics that control navigation system. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1968. Jack McCauley, Thor Karlstrom, Bob Regan, and Al Chidester in Branch Chief's office. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1969. David Roddy briefing Apollo 15 Commander David Scott. Arizona. 1970. Grover complete with low-gain and high-gain antennae and cameras. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1970. Final geology exercise for the Apollo 15 prime and backup crew at Coconino Point. Arizona. 1971. General overview of western base of the Coconino Point monocline. Arizona. 1971. A relaxed moment for the last of the Apollo lunar explorers, Cernan and Schmitt, during their final geologic field exercise. Arizona. 1972. Charles Duke looking at boulder; John Young standing holding Apollo pickup and scoop geologic tools. Coso Hills Naval Ordinance Test Range, California. 1971. Fred Haise preparing to take a photograph after setting up the gnomon on the ground in front of him. Ontario, Canada. 1971.