Kopenhagen Moon Globe (cartographic)

EEditions: 196?, 1969, 1971, 1972. All editions are graphically reworked, not only with the new details but also in style
Publisher: Scan-Globe A/S; Reploge Globes

1968? edition: “This globe was actually produced by Robert I. Johnson, Director and Richard M. Grossman and staff as Cartographers for the Adler Planetarium and Asronomical Museum. Scale 1:22,809,600 or 1 inch = 360 miles. Replogle was commissioned in 1963 to produce these great globes for the museum. The globe has markings for the proposed U.S. Apollo manned landings along with Crash Sites and Soft Landings which are clearly marked by symbols.. The proposed landings are all in the Apollo Belt and marked clearly on the globe. The earliest site is credited to the U.S.S.R. as Lunik 2 on 9/13/59 with the last site being U.S.A. Surveyor 3 on 4/19/67. There are also Ranger missions for the U.S.A. noted.” (Source)

Cartouche (1971):

La LUNA The MOON La LUNE Der MOND
1:22.809.600
1cm = 228 km
Manufactured by Scan Globe
Made in Denmark
Impact …
Soft Landing …
L.M ….
(c) Replogle Globes Division Meredith Corp

 

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The 1968  edition

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Pre-1969 6 inch edition (1968?). First in the series to show full farside details.


The 1969 edition

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The 1972 edition

Copyright: ÖNB Kartensammlung und Globenmuseum, in the Austrian National Library Globe Museum
References:
http://data.onb.ac.at/rec/AC04848719

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