Lunar Sample 15017

MissionApollo 15
Location15017 was seen from the Lunar Module and collected at beginning of second EVA.
DescriptionRyder (1985) gives a description of 15017. It is a very vesicular glass with numerous included mineral grains. Only the outside surface was smooth and shiny. Some interior vesicles were open to the outside. There were a few zap pit on some of the surface, but little accretionary material.


Laboratory Views (Mug Shots)

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West

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North

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East

15017, south side (S71-43662)
South

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Bottom


Thin Sections

15017,7 S72-16469
15017,7
S72-16469

15017,7 S72-16492
15017,7
S72-16492

15017,22 S72-17167
15017,22
S72-17167

15017,23 S72-17163
15017,23
S72-17163

15017,24 S72-20748
15017,24
S72-20748

15017,25 S72-18203
15017,25
S72-18203


In Situ

AS15-86-11604
AS15-86-11604

AS15-86-11605
AS15-86-11605

AS15-86-11606
AS15-86-11606

AS15-86-11607
AS15-86-11607


Cutting and Miscellaneous Lab Views

S71-43662
S71-43662

S71-43663
S71-43663

S71-60309
S71-60309

S71-60311
S71-60311

S71-60313
S71-60313

S71-60315
S71-60315

S71-60319
S71-60319

S71-60321
S71-60321

S71-60322
S71-60322

S71-60324
S71-60324

S71-60335
S71-60335

S71-60338
S71-60338

S71-60339
S71-60339

S71-60340
S71-60340

S71-60341
S71-60341

S71-60342
S71-60342

S71-60343
S71-60343


Other Information

Lunar Sample Compendium, 15017.pdf


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