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Apollo Missions Collection

The Apollo Missions were a series of space exploration missions conducted by the United States during the 1960s and 1970s

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Apollo Missions Collection: Apollo 11

Apollo 11 Collection
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Apollo Missions Collection: Apollo 8

Apollo 8 Collection
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Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 13

Apollo 13
Overall view of the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center at the Manned Spacecraft Center, during the fourth television transmission from the Apollo 13 spacecraft while

Background imageApollo Missions 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 Missions Collection: Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)

Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)
Whole Earth. Composite satellite image of Earth centred on the Americas. This is Blue Marble 2000, one of the most detailed Earth images ever made

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 17 photograph of whole earth

Apollo 17 photograph of whole earth
Home planet. Classic photograph of the Earth, taken from Apollo 17 as it made its way to the Moon in December 1972. The continent of Africa fills the upper left quadrant, with Arabia at top centre

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 17 astronaut

Apollo 17 astronaut. US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt exploring the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon, as part of NASAs Apollo 17 mission

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Astronaut footprints on the Moon

Astronaut footprints on the Moon. Computer artwork recreating a photograph of boot imprints left by astronauts on the Moon

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Astronaut Alan Bean on the Moon

Astronaut Alan Bean on the Moon during the Apollo 12 moon landings, holding equipment for experiments. The second manned mission to land on the Moon, Apollo 12

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Far side of the Moon

Far side of the Moon
The Moon, showing part of its far side, photographed from the Apollo 16 spacecraft after its landing on the Moon in April 1972

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo bootprint on the Moon

Apollo bootprint on the Moon. These famous bootprints were left on the moon by the US astronauts that walked there. The bootprints are not subject to erosion, because the Moon is an airless world

Background imageApollo Missions 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 Missions Collection: Eugene Cernan on Moon Apollo 17

Eugene Cernan on Moon Apollo 17
The last man on the Moon. Astronaut Eugene Cernan stands on the Moon during the Apollo 17 mission. At right is part of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), with its communications antenna

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo control panel

Apollo control panel. This is the main control panel from the Apollo command modules. Photographed at the National Air and Space Museum, Dulles, Washington DC, USA

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo Lunar Module interior

Apollo Lunar Module interior. Designed for a crew of two, the controls were used by the pilot to descend from lunar orbit to the Moons surface

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 4 Launch

Apollo 4 Launch
On November 9, 1967, Apollo 4, the first test flight of the Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle, was launched from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Full Earth

Full Earth

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 14 astronaut on the Moon

Apollo 14 astronaut on the Moon
Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell walking on the Moon and studying a map during the Apollo 14 moon landings. The gravity on the Moon is around a sixth of that on earth

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Astronaut Duke next to Plum Crater, Apollo 16

Astronaut Duke next to Plum Crater, Apollo 16
Exploring the Moon: astronaut Duke stands next to Crater Plum during the first excursion of the Apollo 16 mission. Duke is seen holding a bore sampling implement

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Moon

Moon
The Moon, showing part of its far side, photographed from the departing Apollo 15 spacecraft in August 1971, after its Moon landing

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo-Soyuz Test Project poster

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project poster. 1979 poster celebrating the joint US/Soviet Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) that flew in 1975

Background imageApollo Missions 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 Missions Collection: Astronaut Charles Duke with Lunar Rover on Moon

Astronaut Charles Duke with Lunar Rover on Moon
Astronaut Charles M. Duke, Jr. lunar module pilot during the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission, worked at the Lunar Roving Vehicle in center background

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Skylab 3 Close-Up

Skylab 3 Close-Up
A closeup view of the Skylab space station photographed against an Earth background from the Skylab 3 Command/Service Module during station keeping maneuvers prior to docking

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 17 sample of lunar basalt

Apollo 17 sample of lunar basalt. The dark areas visible on the Moon (the lunar maria) are plains of flood basaltic lava flows

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 16 lunar rover, artwork

Apollo 16 lunar rover, artwork
Apollo 16 lunar rover. Artwork of the US astronaut John Watts Young (born 1930) driving a lunar rover on a performance test run on the Moons surface

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo lunar rover, artwork

Apollo lunar rover, artwork. Two Apollo astronauts in a lunar rover, exploring on the Moon. Their lunar landing module is at upper left

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Crescent Earth

Crescent Earth rising over the far side of the moon, photographed from the Apollo 17 spacecraft in 1972. Apollo 17 was the eleventh manned space mission, and the final lunar landing

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Tracks to Antares

Tracks to Antares
The Apollo 14 Lunar Module (LM) " Antares" is photographed against a brilliant sun glare during the first extravehicular activity (EVA-1)

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo Moon boot sole

Apollo Moon boot sole. This boot is from the A7LB spacesuit that was used in the last three Apollo missions to the Moon. The sole shows the pattern of the famous bootprints left on the Moon by the US

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Astronaut footprint on the Moon

Astronaut footprint on the Moon. Computer artwork recreating a photograph of boot imprints left by astronauts on the Moon

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Astronaut walking on the Moon

Astronaut walking on the Moon. Computer artwork of an astronauts feet on the Moon. A total of twelve US astronauts have walked on the Moon as part of NASAs Apollo missions

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Static Test Firing of Saturn V S-1C Stage

Static Test Firing of Saturn V S-1C Stage
Smoke and flames belch from the huge S-1C test stand as the first stage booster of the Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle is static fired at the NASA Mississippi Test Facility (MTF)

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Lunar Orbiter I Launch

Lunar Orbiter I Launch

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 16 Launch

Apollo 16 Launch
The Apollo 16 Saturn V space vehicle carrying astronauts John W. Young, Thomas K. Mattingly II, and Charles M. Duke, Jr. lifted off to the Moon at 12:54 p.m

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 14 Launch

Apollo 14 Launch
The Apollo 14 Saturn V Space Vehicle, carrying Astronauts Alan B. Shepard, Jr. Stuart A. Roosa, and Edgar D. Mitchell, lifted off at 4:03 p.m

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Replica of Plaque Left on Moon by Apollo 17 Astronauts

Replica of Plaque Left on Moon by Apollo 17 Astronauts
This image is a photographic replica of the plaque that the Apollo 17 astronauts left on the Moon at the Taurus-Littrow landing site

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 10 launch

Apollo 10 launch
The Apollo 10 (Spacecraft 106/Lunar Module 4/Saturn 505) space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center at 12:49 p.m. May 18, 1969

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 7 Launch

Apollo 7 Launch
The Apollo 7 Saturn IB space vehicle is launched from the Kennedy Space Centers Launch Complex 34 at 11:03 a.m. October 11, 1968

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 17 Night Launch

Apollo 17 Night Launch
Liftoff of the Apollo 17 Saturn V Moon Rocket from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, at 12:33 a.m. December 17, 1972

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Lunar Roving Vehicle

Lunar Roving Vehicle
The Lunar Roving Vehicle is photographed alone against the lunar background during the Apollo 15 lunar surface extravehicular activity (EVA) at the Hadley-Apennine landing site

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Skylab and Earth Limb

Skylab and Earth Limb
An overhead view of the Skylab Orbital Workshop in Earth orbit as photographed from the Skylab 4 Command and Service Modules (CSM) during the final fly-around by the CSM before returning home

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Skylab Station Viewed by Skylab 2 Command Module

Skylab Station Viewed by Skylab 2 Command Module
A view of the Skylab 1 space station Orbital Workshop showing the micrometeoroid shield missing. A parasol solar shield was later deployed to shade this exposed area

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo Moon landing, artwork

Apollo Moon landing, artwork
Apollo Moon landing. Computer artwork of the original Apollo mission lunar lander on the Moon

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Saturn V interstage separation, artwork

Saturn V interstage separation, artwork. The ring falling back to Earth is an interstage that has just separated from the rockets second stage (stage II engines at top)

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Eugene Cernan, Apollo 17, 1972 C016 / 6371

Eugene Cernan, Apollo 17, 1972 C016 / 6371
Eugene Cernan, Apollo 17. Artwork of US and NASA astronaut Eugene Cernan (born 1934) saluting the US flag (Lunar Flag Assembly) left on the Moon during the Apollo 17 mission

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Apollo 1 crew in training, 1960s C016 / 6370

Apollo 1 crew in training, 1960s C016 / 6370
Apollo 1 crew in training. NASA astronauts Roger Chaffee (1935-1967), Edward White (1930-1967) and Gus Grissom (1926-1967) in the Apollo command module during training for the Apollo 1 mission

Background imageApollo Missions Collection: Wernher von Braun, aerospace engineer

Wernher von Braun, aerospace engineer
Wernher von Braun (1912-1977. Portrait of the German-American rocket scientist and aerospace engineer Wernher von Braun examining the colour television camera that will be attached to the Lunar)



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Apollo Missions Collection

The Apollo Missions were a series of space exploration missions conducted by the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. The first mission, Apollo 1, was launched in 1961 and was intended to be a test flight. However, it ended in tragedy when all three astronauts died due to an onboard fire. Subsequent missions were successful, culminating in the historic Apollo 11 mission which saw Neil Armstrong become the first human to walk on the moon. The remaining six Apollo missions explored further into space and returned with samples of lunar rock for scientific study. In total, 12 astronauts walked on the moon as part of these missions and they remain some of humanity's greatest achievements in.
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The Apollo Missions collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning compilation of photographs and artwork that capture the incredible achievements of NASA's Apollo program. This historic space exploration initiative was launched in the 1960s with the goal of landing humans on the moon, and it succeeded in doing so six times between 1969 and 1972. Our collection features iconic images such as Neil Armstrong's first steps on the lunar surface, as well as lesser-known but equally fascinating shots of astronauts conducting experiments and exploring their surroundings. The artwork includes striking depictions of rockets launching into space and dramatic scenes from mission control. Whether you're a space enthusiast or simply appreciate breathtaking photography, our collection offers something for everyone. With high-quality prints available in a range of sizes, it's easy to bring a piece of history into your home or office.
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