3 edition of The Apollo 15 coarse fines (4-10 mm) found in the catalog.
The Apollo 15 coarse fines (4-10 mm)
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Tex
Written in English
|Statement||Graham Ryder, Sarah Bean Sherman.|
|Series||NASA TM -- 101934., NASA technical memorandum -- 101934.|
|Contributions||Sherman, Sarah Bean., Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.|
|The Physical Object|
in Apollo 14 samples and size analyses of Apollo 14 and 15 fines. Proc. 3rd Lunar Sci. Conf. Korotev R.L. () Mixing levels, the Apennine Front soil component, and compositional trends in the Apollo 15 soils. Proc. 17th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. E LSPET (a) The Apollo 15 lunar samples: A preliminary description. Science. Powell B.N. () Apollo 15 Coarse Fines (mm): Sample classification, description and inventory. MSC Curator’s Office JSC Ryder G. and Sherman S.B. () The Apollo 15 Coarse Fines. Curators Office #81, JSC# Ryder G. and Burling T.C. () An Apollo 15 mare basalt fragment and lunar mare provinces. Meteor. & Planet. Sci.
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Get this from a library. The Apollo 15 coarse fines ( mm). [Graham Ryder; Sarah Bean Sherman; Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.]. A new catalog of the Apollo 15 coarse fines particles is presented. Powell's macroscopic descriptions, resulting from his particle by particle binocular examination of all of the Apollo 15 4.
A new catalog of the Apollo 15 coarse fines particles is presented. Powell's macroscopic descriptions, resulting from his particle by particle binocular examination of all of the Apollo 15 4 to 10 mm fines samples, are by: 7.
Apollo 15 Coarse Fines ( mm): Sample Classification, Description, and Inventory Metadata Updated: May 2, Apollo 15 Coarse Fines ( mm): Sample Classification, Description, and Inventory; MSC ; B. Powell Access & Use Information. Public: This Publish Year: To better understand the Apennine Front, we have analyzed 14 Apollo 15 impact melt rocks, including hand samples, rake samples, and coarse fines, for major (fused bead microprobe) and trace element (INAA) abundances.
JSC G. Ryder: Apollo 15 Coarse Fines ( mm): Sample Classification, Description, and Inventory: MSC B.N. Powell: Apollo 15 Lunar Sample Information Catalog. Petrographic mineral chemical, and bulk chemical data are reported for the three large Apollo 12 regolith breccias of the regolith breccia and for eight breccias handpicked from Apollo 12 coarse fines.
Two samples formed from non-KREEPy anorthositic regolith not presently found at the sampling site. Eight of the samples can be considered mixtures of local basalt and KREEP components, with. Apollo 15 mission report, supplement 4: Descent propulsion system final flight evaluation On the moon with Apollo A guidebook to Hadley Rille and the Apennine Mountains The Apollo 15 coarse fines.
Correlations between 40 Ar and 36 Ar from size fractions of three Apollo 15 fines (,) have been obtained. The 40 Ar intercept values of these fines and of and are generally lower than what one would expect for fines resulting from the comminution of rocks having ages of about × 10 9 yr, typical for basalts of the landing site.
JSC G. Ryder: Apollo 15 Coarse Fines ( mm): Sample Classification, Description, and Inventory: MSC B.N.
Powell: Apollo 15 Lunar Sample Information Catalog. A suite of 21 fragments from the Apollo 17 coarse-fines consists of ferroan anorthosites, anorthositic gabbros, granulitic and regolith breccias, and impact melts. These samples belong to known petrographic and chemical groups.
Three ferroan anorthosites were found, including one which appears to be the lowest in REE (La = X) and probably. 02 Book Online Enquiries Find Us. 44 Macleay St, Potts Point TEL 02 Book Online / Enquiries. #LATEST We are pleased to announce that will we reopen on Wednesday 19 August.
Gift someone special The Apollo experience. Sign up. The coarse fines ( mm) were cataloged by Powell () and partially studied by Ryder and Sherman. Apollo soils. FeO. 10 5 0. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Al. Figure 2: Composition of compared with other Apollo soils. Lunar Sample Compendium C Meyer On J the rocket delivering Luna 15 roared toward the moon three days ahead of the Apollo 11 mission.
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of coarse fines ( mm) separated from regolith sample collected at Station 7 at Spur Crater on the Apennine Front on the Apollo 15 mission. The sample was part of the pedestal on which anorthosite ("genesis rock") was perched. The mg spherule was included in a group of twenty-six glass and glass-rich particles (,1) separated.
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YA~IV and HE~:MA~ () have proposed that the substantial difference in Ar4Ar36 ratios between Apollo 11 and 12 fines are due to a decrease of the average neutral Araconcentration in the lunar atmosphere. Table 1 shows the measured Ar4Ar36 ratios in Apollo 15 fines. These range from to (with the exception ofa coarse fine).
15 20 25 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 FeO Apollo soils Al2O3 Figure 1: Map of station 2, Apennine Front Apollo Figure 2: Photo of scoop digging AS Figure 3: Chemical composition of soil sample compared with other Apollo soils. Modal content of soil From Basu et al. Agglutinates % Basalt KREEP.Powell B.N.
() Apollo 15 Coarse Fines (mm): Sample classification, description and inventory. MSC Curator’s Office JSC. Powell B.N., Aitken F.K. and Weiblen P.W. () Classification, distribution and origin of lithic fragments from the Hadley-Apennine region.Online shopping from a great selection at Movies & TV Store.