DescriptionApollo Lunar Rocks and Geology: Library of Ten Reference Volumes. As follows.
"Composition of the Lunar Highlands: Possible Implications for Evolution of the Earth's Crust" Goddard X-644-68-320. August 1968, staple-bound, twenty-six pages.
A Primer in Lunar Geology by Ronald Greeley and Peter Schulz (editors) NASA Ames Research Center. 1974, softbound, 574 pages, fully illustrated.
"Apollo 14 Rock Samples" JSC 14240. May 1978, staple-bound, 413 pages, illustrated.
The Apollo 15 Lunar Samples by J. W. Chamberlain and C. Watkins (editors) Lunar Science Institute. October 1972, softbound, 525 pages, charts and diagrams.
"Catalog of Apollo 15 Rocks" Parts 1, 2, and 3 by Graham Ryder JSC 20787. October 1985. Three softbound volumes, three-hole punched, staple-bound, 1296 pages total, illustrated.
"Documentation and Environment of the Apollo 17 Samples: A Preliminary Report" Astrogeology #71. Staple-bound, 322 pages, illustrated, with several pull-out panoramas.
"Apollo 17 Landing Site Geology" Astrogeology #73. June 1975, three-hole punched, staple-bound, 435 pages, illustrated with several pull-out panoramas.
"Catalog of Apollo Lunar Surface Geological Sampling Tools and Containers" JSC-23454. March 1989, softbound, ninety-five pages (single sided).
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