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Lunar Orbiter 5 extended-mission spacecraft operations and subsystem performance, Boeing Co., D2-100755, Vol. 1,2 and 4, Seattle, Wa., Aug. 1968.

Lunar Orbiter 5 - Photographic mission summary, NASA, CR-1095, Wash, DC, July 1968.

Lunar Orbiters 4 and 5, camera calibration report, USAF, Aeronaut. Chart and Info. Cen., Unnumbered, St. Louis, MO, Jan.1968.

Lunar Orbiter project, mission 5 description, NASA-LRC, LOTD-120-0, Langley, VA, July 1967.

Preliminary geologic evaluation of areas photographed by Lunar Orbiter 5 including an Apollo landing analysis of one of the areas, NASA-LRC, LWP-506, Hampton, VA, Feb. 1968.

Lunar Orbiter 5, appendices, Boeing Co., NASA-CR-66530, Seattle, WA, Dec. 1967.

Bell, J. F. and B. R. Hawke, Lunar dark-haloed impact craters: Origin and implications for early mare volcanism, J. Geophys. Res., 89, No. B8, 6899-6910, Aug. 1984.

Chapman, C. R., et al, Lunar cratering and erosion from Orbiter 5 photographs, J. Geophys. Res., 75, 1445-1466, Mar. 1970.

De Hon, R. A., Cauldron subsidence in lunar craters Ritter and Sabine, J. Geophys. Res., 76, No. 23, 5712-5718, Aug. 1971.

Fielder, G., Geology of the moon, Contemp. Phys., 14, No. 1, 39-54, 1973.

Fielder, G. and J. Fielder, Lava flows and the origin of small craters in Mare Imbrium, In -- Geol. and Phys. of the Moon, Unnumbered, 15-26, Elsevier Publ.Co., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1971.

Fielder, G. and R. G. Strom, Multiphase development of the lunar crater Tycho, Nature, 217, 611-615, Feb. 1968.

Graf, W. H. and D. G. Warlick, Some fluvio - morphological features on the moon, Unpublished, Unnumbered, Undated.

Greeley, R., et al, Galileo imaging observations of lunar maria and related deposits, J. Geophys. Res., 98, No. E9, 17183-17205, Sept. 1993.

Gregg, T. K. P. and J. H. Fink, Quantification of extraterrestrial lava flow effusion rates through laboratory simulations, J. Geophys. Res., 101, No. E7, 16891-16900, July 1996.

Grudewitz, E. B., Endogenic cratering distribution on the moon, Nature, 241, No. 5386, 186-187, Jan. 1973.

Guest, J. E. and J. B. Murray, Large scale surface pattern associated with the ejecta blanket and rays of Copernicus, Moon, 3, No. 3, 326-336, Dec. 1971.

Hale, W. S. and R. A. F. Grieve, Volumetric analysis of complex lunar craters: Implications for basin ring formation, J. Geophys. Res., 87, Suppl., A65-A76, Nov. 1982.

Hansen, T. P., Guide to Lunar Orbiter photographs, NASA, SP-242, Wash., D.C., 1970.

Head, J. W., Morphology and structure of the Taurus-Littrow highlands (Apollo 17) evidence for their origin and evolution, Moon, 9, No. 3/4, 355-395, March-Apr. 1974.

Head, J. W., III and L. Wilson, Alphonsus-type dark-halo craters: Morphology, morphometry and eruption conditions, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 2861-2897, 1979.

Heather, D. J., et al, Volcanism on the Marius Hills plateau: Observational analyses using Clementine multispectral data, J. Geophys. Res., 108, No. E3, Mar. 2003.

Hulme, G., Interpretation of lava flow morphology, Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 39, No. 2, 361-383, Nov. 1974.

Katterfeld, G. N. and P. M. Frolov, Subterranean water on the planet Mars, Izv. Vscg. Geogr. Obshch., 100, No. 2, 123-125, 1968.

Kopal, Z., On the depth of the lunar regolith, Moon, 1, 451-461, June 1970.

Lingenfelter, R. E., et al, Lunar rivers, Science, 161, 266, Aug. 1968.

Lorell, J. and W. L. Sjogren, Lunar gravity, preliminary estimates from Lunar Orbiter, Science, 159, 625-627, Feb. 1968.

Malin, M. C., Lunar red spots-possible pre-mare materials, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 21, 331-341, 1974.

Markov, M. S., ed., Volcanism and tectonics of the moon, Acad. Sci. USSR, Unnumbered, Moscow, USSR, 1974.

McCall, G. J. H., Lunar rilles and a possible terrestrial analogue, Nature, 225, 714-716, Feb. 1970.

Pieters, C. M. and D. E. Wilhelms, Origin of olivine at Copernicus, J. Geophys. Res., 90, Suppl, C415-C420, Feb. 1985.

Schultz, P. H. and D. E. Gault, Clustered impacts: Experiments and implications, J. Geophys. Res., 90, No. B5, 3701-3732, Apr. 1985.

Schultz, P. H. and P. D. Spudis, Evidence for ancient mare volcanism, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 2899-2918, 1979.

Scott, D. H. and N. J. Trask, Geology of the lunar crater volcanic field, Nye County, Nevada, Geologic Survey, Prof. Paper 599-1, Wash., D.C., 1971.

Seeger, C. R., Geological criterion applied to Lunar Orbiter 5 photographs, Mod. Geol., 1, 203-210, 1970.

Soderblom, L. A. and L. A. Lebofsky, Technique for rapid determination of relative ages of lunar areas from orbital photography, J. Geophys. Res., 77, 279-296, Jan. 1972.

Strom, R. G. and G. Fielder, Multiphase eruptions associated with the lunar craters Tycho and Aristarchus, Commun. Lunar Planet. Lab. 8, Nos. 149-152, 235-288, 1970.

Wagner, R., et al, Stratigraphic sequence and ages of volcanic units in the Gruithuisen region of the Moon, J. Geophys. Res., 107, No. E11, Nov. 2002.

Watts, R. N., Jr., Lunar Orbiter 5 takes unusual pictures, Sky and Telescope, 34, 216-219, Oct. 1967.

Weitz, C. M. and J. W. Head, III, Spectral properties of the Marius Hills volcanic complex and implications for the formation of lunar domes and cones, J. Geophys. Res., 104, No. E8, 18933-18956, Aug. 1999.

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