NSSDCA Master Catalog Display: Publication Query Results
Apollo 16 lunar photography, NASA-GSFC, NSSDCA 73-01, Greenbelt, MD, May 1973.

Apollo mission 16 lunar photography index maps, Def. Mapping Agency, Aerospace Ctr., Unnumbered, St. Louis, Missouri,Oct. 1972.

Batson, R. M., et al, Preliminary catalog of pictures taken on the lunar surface during the Apollo 16 mission, Geol. Survey, USGS-IR-NASA-50, Wash., DC, May 1972.

Coffeen, D. L., Optical polarimeters in space, In -- Planets, Stars and Nebulae Studied with Photopolarimetry,Unnumbered, 189-217, U. of Ariz. Press, Tucson, AZ, 1974.

Hall, J. L., et al, Lunar floor-fractured craters: Evidence for viscous relaxation of crater topography, J. Geophys. Res., 86, No. B10, 9537-9552, Oct. 1981.

Macqueen, R. M., et al, Observations from space of the solar corona/inner zodiacal light, Planet. Space Sci., 21, 2173-2179, Dec. 1973.

Pecker, J.-C., Tear sheets from ``astronomie flammarion'', Services Financiers et Administratifs, Rungis, France, 1986.

Spudis, P. D. and J. E. Guest, Stratigraphy and geologic history of Mercury, In -- Mercury, F. Vilas ed, U of Arizona Press, 1988.

Tompkins, S., et al, Distribution of materials excavated by the lunar crater Bullialdus and implications for the geologic history of the Nubium region, Icarus, 110, No. 2, 261-274, Aug. 1994.

Warren, P. H., et al, Designing a robotic sampler to collect moon rocks, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union , 77, No. 5, Jan. 1996.

Wichman, R. W. and P. H. Schultz, Floor-fractured craters in Mare Smythii and west of Oceanus Procellarum: Implications of crater modification by viscous relaxation and igneous intrusion models, J. Geophys. Res., 100, No. E10, 21201-21218, Oct. 1995.

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