My grandfather who was involved with the DFVLR (now DLR) had all sorts of space-memorabilia in his basement, including a roll of pictures I've found. Does anyone know what mission they are from and what planet/body is shown (I assume it's probably from a lunar lander)?
Here's the text from next to one of the pictures in case it's too hard to read:
A2906 (What I assume is the name of the photo increments with each photo) 006 11 17 054 (the "054" number increments each photo) 316 071400.992 (This number seems to be a timestamp, increases) MISSION F STN DSS11 CAM 3 AZ -45.0° (Camera azimuth and elevation change as what appears to be a panorama is taken) EL -55.0° FOC 2.4M F.L. NARROW IRIS 6.5f SHTR NORMAL I.S OFF ELEC 67.4°C VID 51.5°C CAL 4.78V EREC 45° (This number changes from photo to photo) FILE 05637 (This number increments per photo)
EDIT: This seems to be from one of the Surveyor missions, here is a project where very similar images are being digitized.