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Space Collection: The Apollo Missions

The Apollo Missions Collection
62 Items

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Space Shuttle-Columbia

Us-Space Shuttle-Columbia
This image obtained from NASA 15 November, 2001 shows the Space Shuttle Columbia launching from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in June 1992 rocketing toward a cloud bank on its twelfth flight

Background imageSpace Collection: Russia-Us-Space-Tourist

The Russian Soyuz TMA-9 rocket carrying the worlds first female space tourist, Anoushen Ansari, US Astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Space-Hubble

This photograph released 24 April 2003, taken by NASAs Hubble Space Telescopes Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 in May 1999, captures a small region within M17, a hotbed of star formation

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Sputnik Ii-Laika

Space-Sputnik Ii-Laika
Picture from the Soviet daily Pravda dated 13 November 1957 of the dog Laika, the first living creature ever sent in space, onboard Sputnik II

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Sputnik Ii-Laika

Space-Sputnik Ii-Laika
Picture from the Soviet daily Pravda dated 13 November 1957 of the dog Laika, the first living creature ever sent in space, onboard Sputnik II

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Sputnik I

Space-Sputnik I
Picture of the worlds first artificial satellite Sputnik I, launched by the Soviet Union from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, 04 October 1957. / AFP PHOTO / TASS / -

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Astronaut-Shepard

The crew of the aircraft carrier U.S.S Lake Champlain watches US astronaut Alan Shepards splash down in the Atlantic Ocean aboard the Mercury capsule on May 5, 1961

Background imageSpace Collection: Kazakhstan-Russia-Us-Canada-Space-Iss-Landing

The Soyuz MS-11 capsule carrying the International Space Station (ISS) crew of NASA astronaut Anne McClain, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Sputnik I-Pravda

Space-Sputnik I-Pravda
(FILES) Picture dated 06 October 1957 shows the frontpage of the Sovietic newspaper Pravda after the launch of worlds first satellite Sputnik I

Background imageSpace Collection: Discovery-Hubble-Space Telescope

Discovery-Hubble-Space Telescope
The Shuttle Discovery lifts off launch pad, on April 24, 1990, carrying a crew of five and the Hubble Space Telescope. The giant spacecraft is being put in orbit to gather information about a large

Background imageSpace Collection: US-JUPITER

This true-color simulated view of Jupiter released 30 December, 2000 by NASA is composed of four images taken by NASAs Cassini spacecraft on 07 December, 2000

Background imageSpace Collection: Kazakhstan-Russia-Us-Space-Iss-Landing

Russias Soyuz MS-02 space capsule carrying the International Space Station (ISS) crew of Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko

Background imageSpace Collection: Kazakhstan-Russia-Us-Space-Iss

Service towers move towards the Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft lifted on the launch pad at the Russian-leased Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on April 17, 2017

Background imageSpace Collection: Full Moon; view above Earths horizon and airglow

Full Moon; view above Earths horizon and airglow
A full moon is visible in this 24 February, 2005 view above Earths horizon and airglow, photographed by an Expedition 10 crewmember on the International Space Station (ISS)

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Caspian Sea

Space-Caspian Sea
This NASA Aqua satellite image released 15 April, 2004 shows the deep blue waters of the Caspian Sea. The most dramatic feature of the scene is the colorful water in the shallow

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Space-Galileo Image-Earth and Moon

Us-Space-Galileo Image-Earth and Moon
This NASA composite file image shows the Earth and its Moon captured separately in 1992 by the Galileo spacecraft as it travelled on its way to explore the Jupiter system in 1995-97

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Space-Glenn

Picture dated January 1962 showing US astronaut John Glenn being evacuated from the Mercury capsule Friendship 7 by helicopter during a sea-landing simulation before his space flight in which he

Background imageSpace Collection: Satellite-Spoutnik-236747

Photo datant de 1957 du satellite sovietique Spoutnik II. Picture taken in 1957 of Soviet satellite Sputnik II. / AFP PHOTO / INTERCONTINENTALE

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronautique-Fusee-Satellite-236019

Photo du schema de la fusee de lancement du satellite artificiel, qui a ete presente le 10 octobre 1957 a Barcelone au 8e Congres International de l Astronautique par le professeur sovietique Leonid

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Space Shuttle Columbia-Mission Sts-87

Us-Space Shuttle Columbia-Mission Sts-87
In preparation for space shuttle mission STS-87, the space shuttle Columbia is lifted into high bay 3 in the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in this 24 October 1997

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Magnetic Field

Us-Magnetic Field
This picture is a false color image of the transparent, electrified gas (plasma) trapped inside Earths magnetic field taken by NASAs Imager for Magnetopause to Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE)

Background imageSpace Collection: Russia-Space-Mir-Monitor

Picture taken from the monitor of the Space Mission Control Center in the town of Korolyov, early 23 March 2000, shows one of the last images transmitted from Mir station on its last way down to

Background imageSpace Collection: Russia-Space-Rocket

The Soyuz-2.1b rocket carrying Russias Meteor-M 2-1 weather satellite and other equipment lifts off from the launch pad at the Vostochny cosmodrome outside the city of Uglegorsk

Background imageSpace Collection: Spain-Moon-Weather

A man stands on a balcony of a building of Madrid as the moon rises in background, on November 13, 2016, on the eve of a supermoon; On November 14, 2016

Background imageSpace Collection: Spain-Science-Astronomy-Supermoon

A Supermoon rises against the skyline in Madrid on November 14, 2016. The phenomenon happens when the moon is full at the same time as, or very near

Background imageSpace Collection: SpaceX propels cargo to space station, lands rocket

SpaceX propels cargo to space station, lands rocket
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from space launch complex 40 at Cape Canaveral, Florida with a Dragon CRS9 spacecraft on July 18, 2016

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-X-38 Flight

Us-X-38 Flight
This 10 July NASA image shows the X-38 prototype being released from NASAs B-52 mothership over the Edwards Air Force Base range in Californias Mojave Desert during the second free-flight test of

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Helios Prototype 2

Us-Helios Prototype 2
This November, 1999 NASA file photo taken from the NASA Internet site 26 June, 2001 shows the solar-powered Helios prototype in flight over a lake bed at NASAs Dryden Flight Research Center in

Background imageSpace Collection: Cap Kennedy-Gemini-Maquette

Cap Kennedy-Gemini-Maquette
Photo prise le 20 mars 1965 dans les laboratoires de la Nasa a Cap Kennedy d une maquette de la cabine " Gemini" montrant l habitacle qu auront les astronautes Grissom et Young au cours de

Background imageSpace Collection: Cap Kennedy-Gemini VII

Cap Kennedy-Gemini VII
Photo prise en mars 1965 dans les laboratoires de la Nasa de l interieur de la capsule Gemini VII qui sera lancee par la fusee Titan II le 04 decembre 1965 et ou prendront place les cosmonautes

Background imageSpace Collection: SPACE-MARS

This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image obtained 14 April, 2004 shows evidence of wind deposition of fine sediment in the form of drifts in the lee of obstacles in the Martian

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Trifid Nebula

Space-Trifid Nebula
This Image obtained 07 April, 2004 shows the central region of the Trifid Nebula (M20) taken by the Gemini North 8-meter Telescope on Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii

Background imageSpace Collection: US-MOON

This 17 August, 1999 image taken by cameras on board the Cassini Orbiter spacecraft and released by NASA 01 September, 1999 shows the Earths Moon as the spacecraft passed by on the way to its closest

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Earths Moon

Us-Earths Moon
This 09 December, 1990 color image of the Moon was taken by NASAs Galileo spacecraft at a range of about 350, 000 miles. At the upper right is the large

Background imageSpace Collection: Espace-Explorer

Lancement du 1er satellite artificiel americain " Explorer 1" par la fusee a 4 etages " Jupiter C", a Cap Canaveral, le 1er fevrier 1958

Background imageSpace Collection: Espace-Lunik

Dessin date du 27 octobre 1959 montrant Lunik III qui a photographie la face inconnue de la lune. Drawing dated 27 October 1959 showing Lunik III that pictured with its photo equipment the moons

Background imageSpace Collection: Espace-Lunik

Dessin date du 27 octobre 1959 demontrant la position de Lunik III au moment ou furent declenches les appareils qui ont photographie la face inconnue de la lune

Background imageSpace Collection: Espace-Lunik

Picture taken 09 November 1959 of replicas of the Lunik I, II and III that are seen during a Russian exhibition in Colombo. / AFP PHOTO / ARCHIVES

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronautics-Sputnik III

Astronautics-Sputnik III
File picture dated 1958, of the Russian rocket Sputnik III, presented in Brussels during an international show. / AFP PHOTO / DSK

Background imageSpace Collection: Usa-Space-Cosmonaut-John Glenn

Usa-Space-Cosmonaut-John Glenn
portrait taken on the 3rd December 1961 at Cape Canaveral, USA of American Cosmonaut John Glenn. AFP PHOTO / AFP

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronautics-Launch-Satellite

File picture dated 1957, showing the launch of a Soviet satellite. / AFP PHOTO / DSK

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronautics-Vostok 2-Titov

Astronautics-Vostok 2-Titov
Vertical, Astronaut, Space Mission, Astronautics, Space Flight, Black and White Picture, Vertical, Astronaut Training, Space Suit, Spacecraft, Space, 000 Arp2897432

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronautics-Vostok 2-Titov

Astronautics-Vostok 2-Titov
File picture dated August 1961 of Soviet cosmonaut Guerman Titov during a training session before the Vostok 2 space mission

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Race-Juno I-Explorer 1

Space-Race-Juno I-Explorer 1
A drawing shows the Juno I rocket which was launched on February 1, 1958 putting Explorer 1 into orbit. Explorer 1 was the first Earth satellite of the United States. AFP PHOTO NASA / AFP PHOTO / NASA

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Sputnik II

Space-Sputnik II
Combo picture from a Soviet film, presented by the Soviet embassy in London, of the launching of Soviet spacecraft Sputnik 2, from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, 03 November 1957

Background imageSpace Collection: Space-Sputnik I

Space-Sputnik I
(FILES) Picture dated 06 October 1957 of a drawing from the Sovietic newspaper Ogonyak after the launch of worlds first satellite Sputnik I

Background imageSpace Collection: Us-Space-Moon-Apollo XII

Us-Space-Moon-Apollo XII
Square, Colour, Space Mission, Space Flight, Astronautics, Astronaut, Moon, Square Format, Videocamera, Lunar Mission, Space Walk, Working in Space, Space, 000 Arp2313007

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