STS062-361-006 - STS-062 - Auroral Photography Experiment-B
The original finding aid described this as:
Description: Photographic documentation of the Auroral Photography Experiment-B (APE-B) results taken from the Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-62. The APE-B was designed to photograph and record the spectra of airglow aurora, auroral optical effects, irradiation effects, the shuttle glow phenomena, and Orbital Maneuvering System exhaust plume emissions and port and starboard yaw thruster firings using the imaging, Fabry-Perot, and spectrometer modes of still photography and on-board closed circuit television cameras.
Subject Terms: SPACE SHUTTLES, COLUMBIA (ORBITER), STS-62, SPACEBORNE EXPERIMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT, CAMERAS, SPECTROMETERS
Date Taken: 6/5/1997
Categories: Experiment (Non-medical)
Original: Film - 35MM CN
Preservation File Format: TIFF