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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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Video: Apollo 17 Site - 3D Topography

Running Time: 30 seconds

A 3-dimensional topography where Hubble Advanced Camera for Surveys data was overlaid on top of the model of the Taurus-Littrow Valley, the landing site of Apollo 17. A fly through of the valley views the Camelot crater.

Credit: NASA, ESA, G. Shirah and A. Kekesi (GSFC/SVS), and G. Bacon (STScI)

Selected still images from this video (click to enlarge):


Release Videos

Press Conference Webcast Running Time: 57 minutes 29 seconds
Apollo 17 Site - 2D Zoom-In Running Time: 27 seconds
Apollo 17 Site - 3D Topography Running Time: 30 seconds
Aristarchus Site - 2D Zoom-In Running Time: 27 seconds
Hubble Minute: Moon, Mars and Beyond Running Time: 4 minutes 34 seconds
Interview with Dr. Jim Garvin Running Time: 41 seconds