While any image from the Apollo program is stunning, some of the more iconic ones are used over and over again while equally amazing pictures remain relatively unknown.
A recent Reddit thread posted what the user said was some of the “more uncommon” images of the program. You can see the full slideshow here.
In the same spirit, we’ve posted some Apollo images below from the Lunar and Planetary Institute, which maintains a catalog of NASA shots (including some in high-resolution) on its website. We also recommend the 1999 Michael Light book Full Moon, which has dozens of lesser-known Apollo shots of high quality.
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2 Replies to “Seeking Apollo Pictures? Here’s How To Find Obscure Shots From The Moon-Landing Program”
The entire collection of surafce images, tiemlines, radio transcripts, videos, interviews..
Just about everything you would need , whether its out of interest, study, or convincing ‘Hoax Theorists’ that they are plain wrong,is to be found at the following link
The site has long been one of my favorites on the entire web.
Perhaps this link http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/frame.html
Will be best to share, because its not immediately apparent what you must click to get from the ‘Homepage’ (linked above in my first comment)to the actual Journals : D
(pro Tip..click the ‘Surface Journal Patch’
nto sur ewhy they camoflaged it liek that!
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