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"Apollo: Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cosmos and Beyond" In the intricate lines etched on a palmistry map of the hand

Background imageApollo Collection: Palmistry map of the hand

Palmistry map of the hand
A palmistry map of the hand, labelling the different areas

Background imageApollo Collection: Earthrise photograph, artwork

Earthrise photograph, artwork
Earthrise photograph. Artwork based on the famous Earthrise photographs taken by the Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman and William Anders

Background imageApollo Collection: Carl Sagan, US astronomer

Carl Sagan, US astronomer
Carl Edward Sagan (1934-1996), US astronomer and astrochemist. Sagan was a consultant and adviser to NASA, and worked on the Apollo mission, as well as the Mariner, Viking, Voyager

Background imageApollo Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageApollo Collection: The Sharp Family, 1779-1781, (1942). Creator: Johan Zoffany

The Sharp Family, 1779-1781, (1942). Creator: Johan Zoffany
The Sharp Family, 1779-1781, (1942). Portrait of the musical and aptly named Sharps aboard their sailing barge Apollo on the River Thames at Fulham in London: Mary Lloyd-Baker (nee Sharp)

Background imageApollo Collection: Daphne Becomes a Tree

Daphne Becomes a Tree

Background imageApollo Collection: Apollo spacecraft at the Moon, artwork

Apollo spacecraft at the Moon, artwork
Apollo spacecraft at the Moon. Artwork of the Apollo Lunar Module (LM, left, gold) and the Apollo Command/Service Module (CSM, right, grey) at the Moon, with the Earth in the background

Background imageApollo Collection: Gateway, Temple of Apollo, at the archaeological site, Naxos, Cyclades Islands

Gateway, Temple of Apollo, at the archaeological site, Naxos, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Aegean Sea, Greece, Europe

Background imageApollo Collection: Bronze Statue of The Charioteer (c. 470 BC) - Delphi, Greece

Bronze Statue of The Charioteer (c. 470 BC) - Delphi, Greece
Bronze Statue of The Charioteer (c.470 BC) - Delphi, Greece. Also known as Heniokhos (the rein-holder), the artwork is one of the best-known statues surviving from Ancient Greece

Background imageApollo Collection: The Pythia foretells the Oracle of Delphi

The Pythia foretells the Oracle of Delphi
Illustration of the Pythia foretells the Oracle of Delphi

Background imageApollo Collection: Spacecraft on the Moon, lunar map

Spacecraft on the Moon, lunar map
Spacecraft on the Moon. Map showing coloured markers for 34 spacecraft that impacted or landed on the Moon from the 1960s onwards

Background imageApollo Collection: Daphne Flees Apollo

Daphne Flees Apollo
She is beloved by Apollo, but has vowed to remain a virgin, so she flees him and when he nearly catches her, changes into a bay or laurel tree : her leaves become a symbol

Background imageApollo Collection: NASA, Houston, Texas, United States of America, North America

NASA, Houston, Texas, United States of America, North America

Background imageApollo Collection: The Council of the Gods (or Assembly of the Gods): Zeus on Olympus surrounds divinites

The Council of the Gods (or Assembly of the Gods): Zeus on Olympus surrounds divinites
LRI4619180 The Council of the Gods (or Assembly of the Gods): Zeus on Olympus surrounds divinites. They are represented from top to bottom and on the left: Ganymede, Athena, Poseidon, Hermes

Background imageApollo Collection: RF - Apollo butterfly (Parnassius apollo) nectaring on flower. North Tyrol, Austria

RF - Apollo butterfly (Parnassius apollo) nectaring on flower. North Tyrol, Austria. June. Focus stacked image. (This image may be licensed either as rights managed or royalty free.)

Background imageApollo Collection: Allegory of the Planets and Continents, 1752. Creator: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Allegory of the Planets and Continents, 1752. Creator: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Allegory of the Planets and Continents, 1752

Background imageApollo Collection: Study of hands, 15th century (1930). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Study of hands, 15th century (1930). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Study of hands, 15th century (1930). Found in the Windsor collection. From Apollo magazine, volume XII, no 71 (November 1930)

Background imageApollo Collection: Saturn V rocket launch, artwork

Saturn V rocket launch, artwork. The Saturn V was the launch vehicle for NASAs Apollo program of manned missions to the Moon. The Apollo program took place between 1961 and 1975

Background imageApollo Collection: Temple of Apollo, Kourion (Curium) (Kurion), Cyprus, Mediterranean, Europe

Temple of Apollo, Kourion (Curium) (Kurion), Cyprus, Mediterranean, Europe

Background imageApollo Collection: The Temple of Apollo at the Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates, Kourion, Limassol, Cyprus

The Temple of Apollo at the Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates, Kourion, Limassol, Cyprus

Background imageApollo Collection: The House at Rueil, 1882 (1926). Artist: Edouard Manet

The House at Rueil, 1882 (1926). Artist: Edouard Manet
The House at Rueil, 1882 (1926). Original found in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. From Apollo magazine, volume IV, no 21 (September 1926)

Background imageApollo Collection: Apollo offering a libation to the raven, kylix, 5th century BC

Apollo offering a libation to the raven, kylix, 5th century BC
Attic White Ground kylix of the early 5th century BC. Showing Apollo sitting on a stool performing a libation whilst holding a lyre. A raven looks

Background imageApollo Collection: The Pyhthoness

The Pyhthoness
The Phythoness, was the event of when the Pythia, more commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi, would sit on a tripod interpreting her divination

Background imageApollo Collection: Juno And Apollo

Juno And Apollo
Engraving depicting Juno and Apollo, both are among the Dii Consentes, the list of twelve deities, comprising six gods and six goddesses. in Greco-Roman mythology

Background imageApollo Collection: Antique illustration of Heracles driving the Sun chariot

Antique illustration of Heracles driving the Sun chariot (from a painting by Nicolas Poussin, 17th century French painter), a chariot with four horses

Background imageApollo Collection: Colossus of Rhodes statue

Colossus of Rhodes statue
Colossus of Rhodes. Historical artwork showing the vast bronze statue of the Greek sun god Helios (later identified with Apollo, the god of light), at the entrance of the harbour at Rhodes

Background imageApollo Collection: Apollo and Daphne

Apollo and Daphne
3433591 Apollo and Daphne by Chiari, Giuseppe Bartolomeo (1654-1724); Galleria Spada, Rome, Lazio, Italy; (add.info.: Chiari Giuseppe 1654-1727 " Apollo e Dafne" - Roma)

Background imageApollo Collection: Maponus a Celtic god associated with Apollo - head, 2nd century

Maponus a Celtic god associated with Apollo - head, 2nd century
Maponus head, from Corstopitum, Northumberland. Now at Corstopitum Museum, Northumberlands, 2nd century

Background imageApollo Collection: Carrie Moore, The Sandow Girl on stage

Carrie Moore, The Sandow Girl on stage
Carrie Moore (1883 - 1956), Australian singer and actress, as Peggy in The Dairymaids, at the Apollo. Date: 1906

Background imageApollo Collection: Red-figure pottery, Krater portraying Eumenides of Aeschyluss tragedy

Red-figure pottery, Krater portraying Eumenides of Aeschyluss tragedy, Apollo defends Oreste from Fury
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Krater portraying Eumenides of Aeschyluss tragedy. Apollo defends Oreste from the Fury

Background imageApollo Collection: Official Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1969 (photo)

Official Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1969 (photo)
5322852 Official Portrait of Neil Armstrong, 1969 (photo); (add.info.: Apollo 11 mission of July 1969 commanded by Neil Armstrong was the first manned moon landing); Photo © NASA

Background imageApollo Collection: Study of the head of the Madonna, 15th century (1930). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Study of the head of the Madonna, 15th century (1930). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Study of the head of the Madonna, 15th century (1930). Used for Litta Madonn. Found in the collection of the Louvre, Paris, France. From Apollo magazine, volume XII, no 69 (September 1930)

Background imageApollo Collection: Soho, London - Shaftesbury Avenue W1

Soho, London - Shaftesbury Avenue W1, outside the Apollo Theatre. 1973

Background imageApollo Collection: Cumaen Sibyl

Cumaen Sibyl
Inlaid marble mosaic of the Cumaean Sibyl, one of the ten Sibyls set in the floor of the Duomo of Siena. Though these mosaics were created in 1482-3

Background imageApollo Collection: DAPHNE AND APOLLO. Daphne, pursued by Apollo, is transformed into a laurel (bay) tree

DAPHNE AND APOLLO. Daphne, pursued by Apollo, is transformed into a laurel (bay) tree. Line engraving after a late 19th century Gobelin tapestry

Background imageApollo Collection: Astronaut descending Lunar Module ladder

Astronaut descending Lunar Module ladder
Astronaut descending ladder of Apollo Lunar Module at the National Air & Space Museum, Washington DC. The lunar module is a flight model spacecraft (LM-2)

Background imageApollo Collection: Meccano Apollo lunar module

Meccano Apollo lunar module on display at the National Space Centre, Leicester, UK. According to the label, the 2579 pieces were assembled by " the MeccanoTeam, Calais, France" in 257 hours

Background imageApollo Collection: Apollo 7 Prime Crew

Apollo 7 Prime Crew
The prime crew of the first manned Apollo space mission (from l to r) Module Pilot Don F Eisele, Commander Walter M Schirra Jr. and Lunar Module pilot Walter Cunningham

Background imageApollo Collection: The Story of Cupid and Psyche (panel)

The Story of Cupid and Psyche (panel)
FIT57602 The Story of Cupid and Psyche (panel) by Sellaio, Jacopo del (1441/42-93); 58.4x178.8 cm cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Background imageApollo Collection: Fascimile of July: Harvesting and Sheep Shearing, from the

Fascimile of July: Harvesting and Sheep Shearing, from the
BAL65830 Fascimile of July: Harvesting and Sheep Shearing, from the Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (for original see 8439) by Limbourg Brothers (fl.1400-1416); Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Background imageApollo Collection: Facsimile of August: Hawking, from the Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (vellum

Facsimile of August: Hawking, from the Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (vellum
BAL65829 Facsimile of August: Hawking, from the Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (vellum) (for original see 8440) by Limbourg Brothers (fl.1400-1416); Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Background imageApollo Collection: Metamorphoses 2-8 AD. Book I. Creation, Battle of the Giants

Metamorphoses 2-8 AD. Book I. Creation, Battle of the Giants
Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso) (43 BC-17 AD). Latin poet. Metamorphoses 2-8 AD. Book I. Engraving depicting The Creation, The Battle of the Giants, Decaulion and Pyrrha and Apollo and the serpent

Background imageApollo Collection: Italy. Pompeii. Temple of Apollo. Marbles altar, ionic colu

Italy. Pompeii. Temple of Apollo. Marbles altar, ionic colu
Italy. Pompeii. Temple of Apollo. Marbles altar and Ionic column built to hold the sundial. In the background. stairs and two fluted Corinthian columns

Background imageApollo Collection: Apollo Panoramic

Apollo Panoramic
View of Station 11 Vertical Panoramic North Ray taken during the third Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 3. Image was created using Apollo 16 images

Background imageApollo Collection: TROPHONIUS

TROPHONIUS, architect of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, subsequently had his own oracle at Lebadeia, Boeotia (Greece)

Background imageApollo Collection: Temple Of Apollo; Delphi, Greece

Temple Of Apollo; Delphi, Greece

Background imageApollo Collection: Be Careful Baby, by Salisbury Field and Margaret Mayo

Be Careful Baby, by Salisbury Field and Margaret Mayo. First produced in England at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth, March 1918, then the Apollo Theatre, London, April 1918

Background imageApollo Collection: Canadians in Southampton

Canadians in Southampton
The Southampton contingent of the CCCF who were billeted near the docks at the Apollo Hotel. The Corps of Canadian Fire-fighters



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"Apollo: Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cosmos and Beyond" In the intricate lines etched on a palmistry map of the hand, we find traces of destiny intertwined with celestial secrets. Just as our hands hold stories untold, so does Apollo, an enigmatic figure that transcends time and space. Captured in the iconic Earthrise photograph, Apollo reminds us of humanity's audacious journey to touch the stars. With brushstrokes on canvas or chisel against stone, artists have sought to immortalize this god-like presence throughout history. Carl Sagan, a revered US astronomer, once pondered upon Apollo's significance in unraveling the universe's mysteries. Like a Roman statue of Asclepius embodying healing powers, Apollo symbolizes our insatiable quest for knowledge and enlightenment. Atop Naxos' Cyclades Islands stands Gateway - Temple of Apollo; its ancient ruins whisper tales from bygone eras when mortals sought solace within its hallowed walls. In Johan Zoffany's masterpiece "The Sharp Family, " painted centuries later, we witness how even then Apollo continued to inspire awe and reverence. A spacecraft at rest on lunar soil evokes both triumphs and tribulations encountered during mankind's first steps towards conquering new frontiers. And just as The Pythia foretells prophecies at Delphi's Oracle under Apollo's watchful gaze, NASA scientists meticulously chart lunar maps for future explorations. Yet not all encounters with this mythical deity are harmonious; Daphne flees from his relentless pursuit in Greek mythology. This tale serves as a reminder that even gods can be humbled by unrequited love or elusive dreams. From NASA headquarters in Houston to North Tyrol’s meadows where an ethereal Parnassius apollo butterfly delicately flutters amidst blossoms – these diverse landscapes remind us that Apollo’s influence extends far and wide.