Consolidated Lunar Atlas
by Gerald P. Kuiper, et al.
Publisher: Lunar and Planetary Institute 1960
In the dawn of the Space Age, NASA undertook to find and assemble the very best images of the Moon it could find. In a project led by the late Gerard Kuiper of the University of Chicago (later of the University of Arizona), the best telescopic plates from observatories around the world were assembled into one compilation.
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