Apollo Astronaut Jim Lovell named Mount Marilyn after his wife during the Apollo 8 mission; the first crewed mission to orbit the Moon. Later the triangle shaped mountain was an important navigation landmark for the first Apollo landing; at a predicted moment Aldrin and Armstrong glanced out the window, if Mt. Marilyn was seen they were on course – and it was there!
|Long:||40.059°||Image Width:||50.0 km|
|Location in exhibit:||Lunar Vistas||Image ID:||M1142226401LR|
|Image Width:||50.0 km|
|Location in exhibit:||Lunar Vistas|
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