Gene Cernan – SEP Panorama


This seamless panorama, assembled by Mike Constantine in the UK, shows Jack Schmitt positioning the Surface Electrical Properties experiment. Gene Cernan drove the rover in a large circle at the site, and the orange sensor cables for the experiment were laid in the rover’s tracks. The instrument was fouled with the ubiquitous moondust, however, and failed.

Cernan’s shadow can be seen, and the LM in the distance.

Available in 8×24 only.

Comes with a COA.

Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, as are all our photos. The finest for color and longevity.

Framed with a 4″ patch on the left or the right.

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Photo Only (6''x24''), Framed Patch Left (13''x36''), Framed Patch Right (13''x36'')


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