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Manned Spaceflight Gallery

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Choose from 381 pictures in our Manned Spaceflight collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Apollo 11 Moon landing, computer artwork Featured Print

Apollo 11 Moon landing, computer artwork

Apollo 11 Moon landing. Computer artwork of NASA's Apollo 11 lunar module LM-5 Eagle landing on the Moon's surface. Apollo 11 was the first manned lunar landing mission, touching down at 20:17 UTC (universal time) on 20th July 1969. Two of the primary crew members of this American mission, Armstrong and Edwin Buzz Aldrin, were the first humans to set foot on the Moon. The remaining crew member, Michael Collins, stayed in lunar orbit on board the command module Columbia. The Eagle consisted of two sub-modules: the lower Descent stage and the upper Ascent stage. The two stages were locked together during landing, but only the Ascent stage was used to transport Armstrong and Aldrin back to Columbia, leaving the Descent stage behind on the Moon's surface

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

ISS astronaut Featured Print

ISS astronaut

International Space Station astronaut. Astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria working on the International Space Station (ISS). Some of the solar arrays on the ISS are seen over the Earth behind him. This was during Space Shuttle mission STS-92 (11th-24th October 2000), which added new modules to the ISS. The ISS is a collaboration between NASA, ESA, the Russian space agency, Canada, Japan and Brazil. When complete, it will be over four times larger than Mir, the Russian space station, and over 100 metres in length. It will orbit at an altitude of 400 kilometres. It is hoped to be completed in 2004

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

International Space Station solar panels Featured Print

International Space Station solar panels

International Space Station (ISS) solar panels over a limb of the Earth. This is the starboard array on the P6 truss. A total of eight arrays are to be installed. Each array is 33 by 12 metres. The central mast supports two blankets of 84 solar panels with 200 solar cells per panel. The arrays will provide 246 kilowatts of power, equivalent to powering 200 homes. Photographed on 4 December 2000, during mission STS-97 by the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The ISS is a joint effort between the space agencies of the USA, Europe, Russia, Canada, Japan and Brazil. It orbits at an altitude of 350 kilometres, has been manned since October 2000 and is scheduled for completion in 2004

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