Apollo 14 Anaglyphs


Big Bertha

Al and Ed are now working near Saddle Rock. After taking a pair of 'before' photos, Al will collect the rock just to the left of center. It is sample 14321, a 9.0 kilogram breccia now known as Big Bertha.  It is the biggest of the Apollo 14 rocks. Al does not take an 'after' of this sample location. For reference, the center-to-center spacing of the MET tire tracks is about 0.7 meters (28 inches).
Anaglyph by Erwin D'Hoore
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