Apollo 15 astronaut, Al Worden on his first full day solo operation targets areas of interest on the lunar surface to photograph. His eyes aim for the Aristarchus crater. Aristarchus is named after the Greek astronomer of Samos. Al Worden photographs the Aristarchus and its neighbor, Herodotus.
Moonscape Original Artwork is on exhibit hosted by the National Museum of United State Air Force during the International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA) titled “The Beauty of Space”
Mixed Media | 20 x 20”
$9,500 Original Art
Limited Edition Reproduction (available for purchase at https://novaspace.com/shop/space-art/michelle-rouch/moonscape/)
Size: 24×24″ $200.00