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    Lunar Orbiter and Surveyor Unmanned Lunar Missions: Seven Volumes. A superb library regarding these important unmanned missions to the moon. The Lunar Orbiter flights were responsible for photographing and mapping the lunar surface to aid in choosing future manned landing sites. The Surveyor crafts demonstrated the feasibility of soft landings. As follows.
    Lunar Orbiter: Guide to Lunar Orbiter Photographs NASA SP-242 (Washington, D.C.: NASA Science and Technical Office, 1970). Hardbound, 125 pages on slick paper, 10.5" x 14", heavily illustrated.
    Lunar Orbiter: The Moon as Viewed by Lunar Orbiter NASA SP-200 (Washington, D.C.: NASA Science and Technical Division, 1970). Hardbound, 152 pages on slick paper, 10.5" x 14", heavily illustrated.
    Lunar Orbiter A (1): NASA Press Kit, Release No: 66-195, July 29, 1966, 8" x 10.5", staple-bound, illustrated.
    Lunar Orbiter 4: Atlas and Gazetteer of the Near Side of the Moon NASA SP-241 (Washington, D.C.: NASA Science and Technical Office, 1971). Hardbound, 538 pages on slick paper, 10.5" x 14", heavily illustrated.
    Lunar Orbiter 5: NASA Paper "A Preliminary Evaluation of Landing Areas for Potential AAP Sites", 13" x 8.5", staple-bound, from the Mapping Sciences Branch of MSC, dated November 1967, numerous printed lunar maps. Has "Cooper" written on cover, originally from the collection of astronaut Gordon Cooper. Rare.
    Surveyor 5: NASA JPL Technical Report 32-1246 "Surveyor V Mission Report Part II: Science Results", softbound, 8.5" x 11", 185 pages, November 1, 1967, heavily illustrated, pull-out photo layouts and maps.
    Surveyor 6: NASA JPL Technical Report 32-1262 "Surveyor VI Mission Report Part II: Science Results", softbound, 8.5" x 11", 193 pages, January 10, 1968, heavily illustrated, numerous pull-out photo layouts and maps.
    Generally fine condition.


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