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The first photograph ever made showing the division between the troposhere and the stratosphere and also the actual curvature of the earth : photographed from an elevation of 72,395 feet, the highest point ever reached by man.

The first photograph ever made showing the division between the troposhere and the stratosphere and also the actual curvature of the earth : photographed from an elevation of 72,395 feet, the highest point ever reached by man.

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Creator: National Geographic Society (U.S.)
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Date: 1936.
Publisher: National Geographic Society,
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Description:
Photograph taken by Captain Albert W. Stevens, U. S. Army Air Corps Stratosphere Flight, November 11, 1935.
"Supplement to the National Geographic Magazine, May, 1936."
Physical Description:
1 map ; 43 x 61 cm.
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Scale not given.
Folder:
BRBL_00569
Volume/Enumeration:
Copy 1
Rights:
The use of this image may be subject to the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) or to site license or other rights management terms and conditions. The person using the image is liable for any infringement
Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Source Digital Format:
High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 15814753
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