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Soviet Union's Moon Probe Zond 3 frame 25. Image downloaded from book to Picasa 3.0, then uploaded, once rotated clockwise to keep the perspective of original photograph. Quote: "Photograph of the Moon's surface obtained on 20 July, 1965 by the Russian vehicle Zond 3. At the time, the probe was about 10,000 kilometers above the Moon."

Date 14 January 2010
Source Moore, Patrick. Space: The Story of Man's Greatest Feat of Exploration. 3rd ed. London: Lutterworth Press, 1970. 157. Print.
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