Painting #4 depicts the intended launch from Vandenberg AFB into the required polar orbit. The red curved arrow is part of the acrylic painting. It provides an exaggerated perspective of the launch trajectory altitude and heading: the MOL orbit would have been directed slightly west of due south, and not to the west-southwest as painted. This must have been artistic license because no potential adversaries would have been mislead about the nature of a spy satellite's launch trajectory into a polar orbit.
This painting came with an acetate sheet, an onionskin sheet, a cover sheet and two matte sheets, costruction paper with openings measured and cut to provide specific views. The acetate identifies the launch site (abbreviated VAFB) and nearby major cities. One matte sheet has a cut-out to frame San Francisco, VAFB and Los Angeles, and is indexed by labels at top center, “Top”, and bottom left corner: “L.H. edge." The other matte sheet has a cut-out to frame VAFB only, and is indexed at top center, “Top”, and bottom left corner: “L.H. edge." The onionskin sheet is annotated in the bottom right corner: “2 views” circled, and in the middle, a pencil square indicating San Francisco (above) and Los Angeles (lower right).