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  • Collection: Lowell Observatory's Lunar Legacy

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E.C. Slipher, Patricia Bridges and Bill Cannell study a map in Lowell Observatory's ACIC building

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Illustrator Pat Bridges creates a lunar map at Lowell Observatory

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Illustrators depicted lunar features on strips (“gores”) that were assembled to form a globe of the Moon. Shown here are, from left to right, illustrators Paul Rodriguez, unidentified, Terrence McCann and Jay Inge.

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Illustrators Jay Inge and Terrence McCann look at strips ("gores") that they will use to make a globe of the Moon

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Illustrator Jay Inge works on a strip ("gore") that he will use to make a globe of the Moon

Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr. (left) and Alan Bean train near Flagstaff, AZ. They carry geological tools to conduct experiments.

Astronauts Alan L. Bean (left) and Charles Conrad Jr. train for their Apollo 12 lunar landing mission. They are pictured here at a simulated lunar surface area near Flagstaff, AZ.

(left to right): Alan Bean, Bill Anders, ?, Walt Cunningham, ?, Rusty Schweickart, ? (most of the question marks are Kitt Peak staff or scientists accompanying the astronauts to Kitt Peak)

Astronaut Jim McDivitt studies a map of the moon at Lowell Observatory, 1963

At Meteor Crater: Jim Lovell (left, orange pants), Frank Borman (just to the left of the man in orange hood), Gene Shoemaker (second from right)
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