Thousands Of New Apollo Mission Images Released

Including stunning shots of the moon, Earth, Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin

From mankind’s first steps on the moon to astronauts eating space food, there’s a treasure trove of never-before-seen images from the Apollo missions.

The gallery of 8,400 images was uploaded to Flickr by a team of space enthusiasts.

During the 1960s and 70s, astronauts took the images on the moon’s surface using Hasselblad cameras strapped to their chests.

(Image: NASA/ProjectApolloArchive)

Kipp Teague, creator of the Project Apollo archive, said the galleries were NASA’s Apollo imagery “as it was originally provided in its raw, high-resolution and unprocessed form.”

Some of the most compelling pictures are of Buzz Aldrin descending onto the moon’s surface, taken by Neil Armstrong.

(Image: NASA/ProjectApolloArchive)

Living legend Buzz Aldrin is coming to Australia in November for An Evening With Buzz Aldrin: Mission To Mars. Buzz will take audiences through space history and into the future, a future beyond planet Earth, as well as reliving his incredible missions like the historic Apollo 11 Moon landing with Neil Armstrong.

(Image: NASA/ProjectApolloArchive)

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