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Lunokhod 1 Panoramas:

  • Figure shows a larger fragment of the M114185541RC image with superposed route map of Lunokhod 1 made based on analysis of the Lunokhod navigation records and TV panoramas [Peredvizhnaya ..., 1978]. These two documents remarkably fit each other in sense of Luna 17 to Lunokhod 1 distance and demanded only slight azimuth rotation for complete compatibility . (More details...)

  • Fragment of the NASA LROC M114185541RC image with resolution 0.514 meter per pixel and the bright spot of the lander. Some dark bands close to the lander are tracks of Lunokhod. Approximate coordinates 38.2473 N, 325.002 E. (More details...)

  • Figure shows another fragment of M114185541RC image with Lunokhod 1 seen in it as a bright spot with prominent shadow of its cap with solar batteries on it. Approximate coordinates 38.32507 N, 324.9949 E. (More details...)

  • Figure shows one more fragment of NASA LROC M114185541RC image with dark strips forming structure resembling number 8. It was done by the Lunokhod manouvring on March 8, 1971 to celebrate the International Woman Day. (More details...)

  • Lunokhod 1. Lunation 1. Session 3. Panorama 5.

  • Lunokhod 1. Lunation 1. Session 3. Panorama 7.

  • Lunokhod 1. Lunation 1. Session 3. Panorama 7.

  • Lunokhod 1. Lunation 1. Session 3. Panorama 7.

  • Lunokhod 1. Lunation 1. Session 3. Panorama 8.


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