Project Apollo Archive is a new huge online gallery that gives people from all over the globe an up-close look at the iconic Apollo missions to the moon. More than 8,400 unprocessed scans are available on the photo-sharing service Flickr. According to Kipp Teague, Project Apollo Archive’s founder, the gallery as a whole represents every picture ever taken on the moon.
The following photos are our favorites from the collection. Head over to Project Apollo Archive’s Flickr page for the full albums. Enjoy!
1. A view of Earth taken during the translunar coast phase of the Apollo 17 Mission.
2. Apollo 14 Lunar Module Antares during inspection and prior to landing.
3. Apollo 14 Mission Commander Alan B. Shepard, Jr., appears relaxed during suiting activities.