NSSDCA Master Catalog Display: Publication Query Results
B00500-000A
Lunar Orbiter 5 extended-mission spacecraft operations and subsystem performance, Boeing Co., D2-100755, Vol. 1,2 and 4, Seattle, Wa., Aug. 1968.

B00501-000A
Lunar Orbiter 5 - Photographic mission summary, NASA, CR-1095, Wash, DC, July 1968.

B00503-000A
Lunar Orbiters 4 and 5, camera calibration report, USAF, Aeronaut. Chart and Info. Cen., Unnumbered, St. Louis, MO, Jan.1968.

B01536-000A
Lunar Orbiter project, mission 5 description, NASA-LRC, LOTD-120-0, Langley, VA, July 1967.

B01540-000A
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.

B03480-000A
Lunar Orbiter 5, appendices, Boeing Co., NASA-CR-66530, Seattle, WA, Dec. 1967.

B48913-000A
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.

B07129-000A
Chapman, C. R., et al, Lunar cratering and erosion from Orbiter 5 photographs, J. Geophys. Res., 75, 1445-1466, Mar. 1970.

B10125-000A
De Hon, R. A., Cauldron subsidence in lunar craters Ritter and Sabine, J. Geophys. Res., 76, No. 23, 5712-5718, Aug. 1971.

B19759-000A
Fielder, G., Geology of the moon, Contemp. Phys., 14, No. 1, 39-54, 1973.

B15495-000A
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.

B05828-000A
Fielder, G. and R. G. Strom, Multiphase development of the lunar crater Tycho, Nature, 217, 611-615, Feb. 1968.

B13576-000A
Graf, W. H. and D. G. Warlick, Some fluvio - morphological features on the moon, Unpublished, Unnumbered, Undated.

B43465-000A
Greeley, R., et al, Galileo imaging observations of lunar maria and related deposits, J. Geophys. Res., 98, No. E9, 17183-17205, Sept. 1993.

B46909-000A
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.

B19755-000A
Grudewitz, E. B., Endogenic cratering distribution on the moon, Nature, 241, No. 5386, 186-187, Jan. 1973.

B11649-000A
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.

B49117-000A
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.

B09473-000A
Hansen, T. P., Guide to Lunar Orbiter photographs, NASA, SP-242, Wash., D.C., 1970.

B15567-000A
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.

B51199-000A
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.

B52398-000A
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.

B22960-000A
Hulme, G., Interpretation of lava flow morphology, Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 39, No. 2, 361-383, Nov. 1974.

B27159-000A
Katterfeld, G. N. and P. M. Frolov, Subterranean water on the planet Mars, Izv. Vscg. Geogr. Obshch., 100, No. 2, 123-125, 1968.

B09067-000A
Kopal, Z., On the depth of the lunar regolith, Moon, 1, 451-461, June 1970.

B01420-000A
Lingenfelter, R. E., et al, Lunar rivers, Science, 161, 266, Aug. 1968.

B05804-000A
Lorell, J. and W. L. Sjogren, Lunar gravity, preliminary estimates from Lunar Orbiter, Science, 159, 625-627, Feb. 1968.

B21452-000A
Malin, M. C., Lunar red spots-possible pre-mare materials, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 21, 331-341, 1974.

B23292-000A
Markov, M. S., ed., Volcanism and tectonics of the moon, Acad. Sci. USSR, Unnumbered, Moscow, USSR, 1974.

B09068-000A
McCall, G. J. H., Lunar rilles and a possible terrestrial analogue, Nature, 225, 714-716, Feb. 1970.

B48840-000A
Pieters, C. M. and D. E. Wilhelms, Origin of olivine at Copernicus, J. Geophys. Res., 90, Suppl, C415-C420, Feb. 1985.

B48843-000A
Schultz, P. H. and D. E. Gault, Clustered impacts: Experiments and implications, J. Geophys. Res., 90, No. B5, 3701-3732, Apr. 1985.

B51200-000A
Schultz, P. H. and P. D. Spudis, Evidence for ancient mare volcanism, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 2899-2918, 1979.

B27070-000A
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.

B15385-000A
Seeger, C. R., Geological criterion applied to Lunar Orbiter 5 photographs, Mod. Geol., 1, 203-210, 1970.

B11062-000A
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.

B08791-000A
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.

B52146-000A
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.

B04485-000A
Watts, R. N., Jr., Lunar Orbiter 5 takes unusual pictures, Sky and Telescope, 34, 216-219, Oct. 1967.

B49088-000A
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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