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October 19, 2005 01:00 PM (EDT)

News Release Number: STScI-2005-29

NASA's Hubble Looks for Possible Moon Resources

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Image: Apollo 17 Astronaut's Snapshot of Taurus-Littrow Valley

Apollo 17 Astronaut's Snapshot of Taurus-Littrow Valley

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ABOUT THIS IMAGE:

This image was taken by the Apollo 17 astronauts (Dr. H. Jack Schmitt and Gene Cernan). It illustrates a view of the rim of Shorty crater and the lunar roving vehicle against a backdrop of the mountain-like massifs that define the Taurus-Littrow valley.

Object Name: moon

Image Type: Astronomical

Credit: NASA, ESA, and J. Garvin (NASA/GSFC)

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Montage Image: Apollo 17 Landing Region Image Type: Astronomical/Annotated Apollo 17 Landing RegionPRC2005-29c Hubble View of Apollo 17 Landing Region on the Moon Image Type: Astronomical Hubble View of Apollo 17 Landing Region on the Moon Hubble Image Overlaid on Modeling of Apollo 17 Landing Site Image Type: Astronomical Hubble Image Overlaid on Modeling of Apollo 17 Landing Site

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