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File:Apollo CSM lunar orbit.jpg

English: The Apollo 15 Service Module as viewed from the Apollo Lunar Module. Image has been cropped and rotated.

Polski: Apollo 15, widok modułu dowodzenia/serwisowego z modułu księżycowego. Zdjęcie po obcięciu krawędzi i obróceniu oryginalnego zdjęcia.

Русский: Служебный модуль миссии «Аполлон 15», как он был виден с лунного модуля после отстыковки. Данное изображение прошло выкадровку и повёрнуто относительно снимка.
Date 2 August 1971
Author NASA

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