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Throughout his long career, he had worked in the fields of comparative planetology, geology, neotectonics, and remote sensing. Lowman earned his . degree in Geology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1953 and earned his P.
In 1963-4 he took part in planning for the Apollo missions. He was Principal Investigator for Synoptic Terrain Photography on the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo earth orbital missions, an experiment that laid the foundation for Landsat. Between 1965 and 1970 he taught lunar geology at the University of California, Catholic University of America, Washington DC, and the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Paul D. Lowman Jr. Published by Weltflugbild Reinhold A Mulle, Switzerland, 1968. Price: US$ 3. 0 Convert Currency. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From RT Books (Wexford, PA, .
Apollo Surface Panoramas is a digital library of photographic panoramas that the Apollo astronauts took while exploring the Moon's . Lunar surface features captured in the panoramas can be studied using zoom and pan tools.
Apollo Surface Panoramas is a digital library of photographic panoramas that the Apollo astronauts took while exploring the Moon's surface. These images provide a spectacular boots-on-the-ground view of the lunar landscape.
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To Paul Lowman, the Moon is just as exciting now as it was when he saw his first lunar eclipse as a boy in New Jersey, as it was when the Apollo 11 Lunar Module blew out dust clouds on its descent. Lowman is glad we're on our way back and thrilled to be part of making mankind's return a reality. Rob Garner NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.