The Lunascan Project presents
A Closer Look at Copernicus

 Or better yet, a NASA original, lo5-151m

"The medium-resolution (above) and high reso1ution (not shown this date) photographs of the crater Copernicus shown here," said TERRY W. OFFIELD, of the U.S. Geological Survey, "were taken by Lunar Orbiter V from an altitude of 63 miles above the Moon's surface in August 1967." The area within the rectangle, shown enlarged on the opposite page, is 12-1/2 miles wide and 17-1/2 miles long.