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Lunar Landings Collection

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: President Kennedy makes his We choose to go to the Moon speech, Rice University, 1962

President Kennedy makes his We choose to go to the Moon speech, Rice University, 1962. US President John F. Kennedy gives his We choose to go to the Moon speech in Houston, Texas

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Astronaut with Lunar Roving Vehicle on the Moon, 1970s. Creator: NASA

Astronaut with Lunar Roving Vehicle on the Moon, 1970s. Creator: NASA
Astronaut with Lunar Roving Vehicle on the Moon, 1970s. The LRV or Moon Buggy was a battery-powered four-wheeled rover used on the Moon in the last three missions of the American Apollo programme in

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Armstrong (1930-2012) was an American astronaut and aeronautical engineer who became the first person to walk on the Moon as part of the Apollo

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Armstrong (1930-2012) was an American astronaut and aeronautical engineer who became the first person to walk on the Moon as part of the Apollo

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1960s, (2023). Armstrong (1930-2012) was an American astronaut and aeronautical engineer who became the first person to walk on the Moon as part of the Apollo

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin deploys solar wind collector on the surface of the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969

Buzz Aldrin deploys solar wind collector on the surface of the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module, code named Eagle

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin stands next to the American flag on the surface of the Moon, July 1969

Buzz Aldrin stands next to the American flag on the surface of the Moon, July 1969
Buzz Aldrin stands next to the American flag on the surface of the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. US astronaut Edwin E " Buzz" Aldrin, Jr

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin near the leg of the Lunar Module on the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969

Buzz Aldrin near the leg of the Lunar Module on the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module, code named Eagle, with US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on board

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Module from above, c1970. Creator: NASA

Lunar Module from above, c1970. Creator: NASA
Lunar Module from above, c1970. The Lunar Module was the lander portion of the Apollo spacecraft, used for landing on the Moon. The first launch was in 1968, and the last in 1972

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 11 Recovery Area, 1969. Creator: NASA

Apollo 11 Recovery Area, 1969. Creator: NASA
Apollo 11 Recovery Area, 1969. Pararescueman Lt. Clancy Hatleberg closes the Apollo 11 spacecraft hatch as astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin, Jr

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Landing Vehicle, USA, 1963. Creator: NASA

Lunar Landing Vehicle, USA, 1963. Creator: NASA
Lunar Landing Vehicle, USA, 1963. Vehicle for Lunar Landing Research Facility at Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin and the U. S. Flag on the Moon, 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong

Buzz Aldrin and the U. S. Flag on the Moon, 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong
Buzz Aldrin and the U.S. Flag on the Moon, 1969. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot of the first lunar landing mission

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Kennedy Giving Historic Speech to Congress, 1961. Creator: NASA

Kennedy Giving Historic Speech to Congress, 1961. Creator: NASA
Kennedy Giving Historic Speech to Congress, 1961. President John F. Kennedy in his historic message to a joint session of the Congress, on May 25, 1961 declared

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 11 Crew During Training Exercise, 1969. Creator: NASA

Apollo 11 Crew During Training Exercise, 1969. Creator: NASA
Apollo 11 Crew During Training Exercise, 1969. Two members of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission participate in a simulation of deploying

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 14 EVA View, lunar surface, 1971. Creator: Edgar Mitchell

Apollo 14 EVA View, lunar surface, 1971. Creator: Edgar Mitchell
Apollo 14 EVA View, lunar surface, 1971. Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, photographed this sweeping view showing fellow Moon-explorer astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 11 Lunar Module ascent stage photographed from Command Module, July 21, 1969

Apollo 11 Lunar Module ascent stage photographed from Command Module, July 21, 1969. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module, with astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: View of the Lunar Module from the Command Module, Apollo 11 mission, July 20, 1969

View of the Lunar Module from the Command Module, Apollo 11 mission, July 20, 1969. The Lunar Module (LM), code named Eagle, begins its descent to the lunar surface

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Landing Research Vehicle, USA, 1963. Creator: NASA

Lunar Landing Research Vehicle, USA, 1963. Creator: NASA
Lunar Landing Research Vehicle, USA, 1963. Lunar Landing Research Vehicle outside NASA hangar at Langley Research Center in Virginia

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Rendezvous Simulator, 1962. Creator: NASA

Lunar Rendezvous Simulator, 1962. Creator: NASA
Lunar Rendezvous Simulator, 1962. The Lunar Rendezvous Simulator at Langley Research Center, Virginia, USA

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 11 Launch, July 16, 1969. Creator: NASA

Apollo 11 Launch, July 16, 1969. Creator: NASA
Apollo 11 Launch, July 16, 1969. At 9:32 a.m. EDT, the swing arms move away and a plume of flame signals the liftoff of the Apollo 11 Saturn V space vehicle and astronauts Neil A

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Neil Armstrong lunar surface training, USA, April 22, 1969. Creator: NASA

Neil Armstrong lunar surface training, USA, April 22, 1969. Creator: NASA
Neil Armstrong lunar surface training, USA, April 22, 1969. Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, wearing an Extravehicular Mobility Unit

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 17 splashdown, Pacific Ocean, December 19, 1972. Creator: NASA

Apollo 17 splashdown, Pacific Ocean, December 19, 1972. Creator: NASA
Apollo 17 splashdown, Pacific Ocean, December 19, 1972. The Apollo 17 Command Module (CM) " America", with astronauts Eugene A. Cernan, Ronald E. Evans and Harrison H

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Eagle In Lunar Orbit, 1969. Creator: Michael Collins

Eagle In Lunar Orbit, 1969. Creator: Michael Collins
Eagle In Lunar Orbit, 1969. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module (LM) " Eagle", in a landing configuration is photographed in lunar orbit from the Command and Service Modules (CSM)

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Kennedy at Rice University, 1962. Creator: Unknown

Kennedy at Rice University, 1962. Creator: Unknown
Kennedy at Rice University, 1962. US President John F. Kennedy gives his We choose to go to the Moon speech in Houston, Texas

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Bell X-14A Vertical Take-off and Landing aircraft, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA

Bell X-14A Vertical Take-off and Landing aircraft, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Bell X-14A Vertical Take-off and Landing aircraft, USA, 1962. Landing on the lunar surface is simulated by the NASA Ames Research Centers Bell X-14A VTOL aircraft

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Antares on the Fra Mauro Highlands, lunar surface, 1971. Creator: Edgar Mitchell

Antares on the Fra Mauro Highlands, lunar surface, 1971. Creator: Edgar Mitchell
Antares on the Fra Mauro Highlands, lunar surface, 1971. A front view of the Apollo 14 Lunar Module " Antares", which reflects a circular flare caused by the brilliant sun

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 11 Crew in Raft before Recovery, 1969. Creator: NASA

Apollo 11 Crew in Raft before Recovery, 1969. Creator: NASA
Apollo 11 Crew in Raft before Recovery, 1969. The Apollo 11 crew await pickup by a helicopter from the USS Hornet, prime recovery ship for the historic Apollo 11 lunar landing mission

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Mobile Quarantine Facility, ca. 1969. Creator: Airstream

Mobile Quarantine Facility, ca. 1969. Creator: Airstream
This Mobile Quarantine Facility (MQF) was one of four built by NASA for astronauts returning from the Moon. Its purpose was to prevent the unlikely spread of lunar contagions by isolating

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Penetrometer, Lunar Self Recording (LSRP), Apollo, 1970s. Creator: NASA

Penetrometer, Lunar Self Recording (LSRP), Apollo, 1970s. Creator: NASA
The Self-Recording Penetrometer was a device used on Apollo 15 and 16 to measure some mechanical properties of the lunar soil

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Camera, Stereo 35mm, Lunar Surface, Apollo, 1970s. Creator: Kodak

Camera, Stereo 35mm, Lunar Surface, Apollo, 1970s. Creator: Kodak
This Eastman Kodak 35mm camera is the same as the ones used to take pairs of close-up photographs of the lunar surface. When the cameras base was placed on the Moons surface

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Rocket Engine, Liquid Fuel, Apollo Lunar Module Descent Engine, 1966

Rocket Engine, Liquid Fuel, Apollo Lunar Module Descent Engine, 1966
This is a Descent Engine designed by Space Technology Laboratories as used on the Project Apollo Lunar Excursion Module (LM) to land on the Moon

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Orbiter, Engineering Mock-up, 1960s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co

Lunar Orbiter, Engineering Mock-up, 1960s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Lunar Orbiter was the project that mapped the Moon in preparation for the Apollo landings. A total of five Lunar Orbiters were flown to the Moon

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: ALSRC, Apollo Lunar Sample Return Container, Apollo 11, 1969. Creator: Union Carbide

ALSRC, Apollo Lunar Sample Return Container, Apollo 11, 1969. Creator: Union Carbide
The Apollo Lunar Sample Return Container (ALSRC) was an aluminum box with a triple seal manufactured by the Nuclear Division of Union Carbide

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Lander, Surveyor, ca. 1966. Creator: Hughes Aircraft Co

Lunar Lander, Surveyor, ca. 1966. Creator: Hughes Aircraft Co
An engineering model, S-10, used for thermal control tests. It was reconfigured to represent a flight model of Surveyor 3 or later, since it was the first to have a scoop and claw surface sampler

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Module #2, Apollo, ca. 1969. Creator: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation

Lunar Module #2, Apollo, ca. 1969. Creator: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
The Apollo Lunar Module (LM) was a two-stage vehicle designed by Grumman to ferry two astronauts from lunar orbit to the lunar surface and back

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Boomerang, ca. 1969. Creator: Unknown

Boomerang, ca. 1969. Creator: Unknown
Boomerang, ca. 1969. This boomerang, an example of the " first aerodynamic shape conceived by man, " was presented in 1969 to NASA astronaut Michael Collins by the Australian Television

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Camera, Lunar Mapping, Apollo, 1970s. Creator: Fairchild Space & Defense Systems

Camera, Lunar Mapping, Apollo, 1970s. Creator: Fairchild Space & Defense Systems
This is the flight backup for the mapping cameras used on the last three Apollo missions. Mapping the lunar surface was a high priority during Apollo 15, 16, and 17

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Lunar Roving Vehicle, Qualification Test Unit, 1970s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co

Lunar Roving Vehicle, Qualification Test Unit, 1970s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) was a battery powered " dune buggy" taken to the moon on Apollo missions 15, 16, and 17

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Spoon used by Command Module Pilot, Apollo 11, 1969. Creator: Silco Stainless USA

Spoon used by Command Module Pilot, Apollo 11, 1969. Creator: Silco Stainless USA
Spoon used by Command Module Pilot, Apollo 11, 1969. This small spoon was used by Command Module Pilot Michael Collins for eating during the Apollo 11 mission in July, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with Components of the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments

Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with Components of the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin Walking on the Surface of the Moon Near a Leg of the Lunar Module, 1969

Buzz Aldrin Walking on the Surface of the Moon Near a Leg of the Lunar Module, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with the American Flag, 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong

Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with the American Flag, 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong
Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with the American Flag, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrin with Apollo 11 Lunar Module on the Moon, 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong

Buzz Aldrin with Apollo 11 Lunar Module on the Moon, 1969. Creator: Neil Armstrong
Buzz Aldrin with Apollo 11 Lunar Module on the Moon, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Apollo 11 Command and Service Modules Photographed from the Lunar Module in Orbit, 1969

Apollo 11 Command and Service Modules Photographed from the Lunar Module in Orbit, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Buzz Aldrins Footprint on the Surface of the Moon, 1969. Creator: NASA

Buzz Aldrins Footprint on the Surface of the Moon, 1969. Creator: NASA
Buzz Aldrins Footprint on the Surface of the Moon, 1969

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: [Lunar Surface Photographed by Surveyor V], 1967. Creator: NASA

[Lunar Surface Photographed by Surveyor V], 1967. Creator: NASA
Lunar Surface Photographed by Surveyor V, 1967

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Commander Neil Armstrong in the Lunar Module on the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969

Commander Neil Armstrong in the Lunar Module on the Moon, Apollo 11 mission, July 1969. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module, code named Eagle, with US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on board

Background imageLunar Landings Collection: Astronaut with Lunar Roving Vehicle on the Moon, 1970s. Creator: NASA

Astronaut with Lunar Roving Vehicle on the Moon, 1970s. Creator: NASA
Astronaut with Lunar Roving Vehicle on the Moon, 1970s. The LRV or Moon Buggy was a battery-powered four-wheeled rover used on the Moon in the last three missions of the American Apollo programme in



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