The continuous roll of Metric frames begins with Command Module orbit 62 in a forward-looking oblique spacecraft attitude on the lunar farside then changing to vertical over the Apollo 17 landing site. Frames 2347 to 2453 have both north- and south-looking obliques and the spacecraft attitude maneuver during orbit 65. Views include Mares Tranquillitatis, Smythii, Fecunditatis, and Imbrium with the curve of the lunar horizon clearly evident. Remaining frames are from orbits 66 and 74 with vertical views of Mara Smythii, Tranquillitatis, Serenitatis, and craters including Tsiolkovsky, Schubert and Littrow. " /> [APOLLO 17 METRIC CAMERA]. <I>A labeled canister containing 720 uncut frames rolled on to a metal spool. Label reads in part: "Apollo 17, Metric, Film Type 2430, Frames 2132 to 2852, Dec. 72." Transparency frames are each approx. 5 x 5 in. with individual frame numbers.</I> The continuous roll of Metric frames begins with Command Module orbit 62 in a forward-looking oblique spacecraft attitude on the lunar farside then changing to vertical over the Apollo 17 landing site. Frames 2347 to 2453 have both north- and south-looking obliques and the spacecraft attitude maneuver during orbit 65. Views include Mares Tranquillitatis, Smythii, Fecunditatis, and Imbrium with the curve of the lunar horizon clearly evident. Remaining frames are from orbits 66 and 74 with vertical views of Mara Smythii, Tranquillitatis, Serenitatis, and craters including Tsiolkovsky, Schubert and Littrow. | Christie's