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Photo-as12-51-7541
Apollo Imagery
View of the larger crater Copernicus on the lunar near side
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AS12-51-7541 (November 1969) --- An oblique view of the larger crater Copernicus on the lunar near side, as photographed from the Apollo 12 spacecraft in lunar orbit. The coordinates of the center of Copernicus are approximately 20 degrees west longitude and 9.5 degrees north latitude. Note the key-shaped Fauth and Fauth A crater located directly south of Copernicus. This view is looking generally north-northwest. An 80mm focal length lens was used to take this picture.

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