The Strolling Astronomer, 1961 (1-2)
Drawing, made with a 10-inch reflector, 1960.
Chapman’s 1960-61 map of Mars. Photo source
“The map of Mars was constructed by Clark R. Chapman and based on 60 of his drawings during the 1960-61 apparition of Mars. The drawings were made primarily with his 10-inch reflector between 11-May 19, 1960, and May .., 1961. The positions on the map are based on positions measured from JJ of Mr. Chapman’s drawings. It is placed on a Mercator projection”.
Literature: The Strolling Astronomer, 1962(7-8), p. 168.
The 1958 edition includes the Physiographic division of the Moon that was published only in 1961. Background: ACIC.
1958 edition, printed in Japan
Far side of the Moon: M 1:5.5M. Shaded relief aibrush map, based on Lunar Orbiter I-V images. 1969
Apollo landing sites 1969
CS. Hammond and CO., 1966 and 1969
Background photo from ACIC
Encyclopedia of Aviation and Space Sciences
Map 49 x 71 cm.
Courtesy Ton Lindeman
ACIC, 1st Edition, 1961.
Source: Carder, R. W. 1962. Lunar Charting on a Scale of 1:1000000. In: The Moon, (Kopal, Z., and Mikhailov, Z. K., editors) IAU Symposium 14, Academic Press, pp. 117-129, supplement to the book
Hackman, Robert J. (research and compilation)
Modified 1961 Engineer Special Study of the Surface of the Moon
Greyscale units, linework
1:9M (approx), originally compiled at 1:3.8M
Prepared for the Office of the Chief of Engineers by the U.S. Geological Survey, as part of a joint program with the Army Map Service
Source: AC Mason, RJ Hackman, Photogeologic study of the Moon. In: Kopal Z, Mikhailov ZK, 1962 eds: The Moon. Academic Press. London and New York. Large size supplement to the book.