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List of NASA cameras on spacecraft

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Space Shuttle astronaut Kenneth Cockrell with Nikon F4 HERCULES
Space Shuttle astronaut Kenneth Cockrell with Nikon F4 HERCULES
Reflected in the visor is the camera used for this astronaut "selfie"
Reflected in the visor is the camera used for this astronaut "selfie"
Astronaut Christopher Cassidy holding a camera while on EVA (Space-walk)
Astronaut Christopher Cassidy holding a camera while on EVA (Space-walk)

NASA has operated several cameras on spacecraft over the course of its history.

Apollo Program

  • Apollo TV camera
  • Hasselblad "Electric Camera" (modified 500 EL) with 70 mm film
  • Maurer Data Acquisition Camera (DAC) with 16 mm film
  • Nikon with 35 mm film
  • Mapping (Metric) Camera (7.6 cm focal length) with 127 mm film, on Apollo 15, 16, and 17 (see Sherman Fairchild#Lunar photography)[1]
  • Stellar Camera (7.6 cm focal length) with 35 mm film, on Apollo 15, 16, and 17
  • Panoramic Camera (61 cm focal length) with 127 mm film, on Apollo 15, 16, and 17

Skylab

Personal camera equipment:[2]

  • Television camera
  • 16 mm film video camera
  • 35 mm film camera
  • 70 mm film camera

Space Shuttle program

Lunar missions

The camera used two lenses to simultaneously expose a wide-angle and a high-resolution image on the same film. The wide-angle, medium resolution mode used an 80 mm F 2.8 Xenotar lens manufactured by Schneider Kreuznach, Germany. The high-resolution mode used a 610 mm F 5.6 Panoramic lens manufactured by the Pacific Optical Company. The film was developed on-orbit, and then scanned by a photomultiplier for transmission to Earth.

Other missions

See also

References

  1. ^ Apollo 15 Preliminary Science Report, NASA SP-289, 1972
  2. ^ EP-107 Skylab: A Guidebook, Chapter 5
  3. ^ Madrigal, Alexis (14 July 2011). "NASA's Rocket Booster Cam Video". The Atlantic. Retrieved 3 January 2013.
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