AS-9 Photo AS9-24-3656 Dulicates
Photo 68-H-1401 Duplicates
Apollo 1 -- Prime Crew Photo Set
Astronaut Bill Anders Portrait Set
Apollo 8 Training Exercises
NASA PHOTO AS9-20-3064 SET
LM / S-IVB SEQUENCE


Launched 03 March 1969
First crewed Lunar Module test
Splashdown 13 March 1969

James McDivitt, Commander
David Scott, Commnad Module Pilot
Russell Schweickart, Lunar Module Pilot


Launched 21 December 1968
Lunar Orbit and Return
Returned to Earth 27 December 1968

Frank Borman, commander
James A. Lovell, command module pilot
William A. Anders, lunar module pilot
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-21-3181

Description:  View of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module, in a lunar landing configuration,
as photographed form the Command/Service Module on the fifth day of the Apollo
9 earth-orbital mission. The landing gear on the Lunar Module "Spider" has been
deployed. Note Lunar Module's upper hatch and docking tunnel.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed description on reverse
along with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-1, Vintage Color, NASA Photo Red ID:  S-66-30236 & 66-H-552

Description: Apollo 1 prime crew.  NASA named these astronauts as the prime crew of the first manned Apollo space
flight AS-204. Left to right, Edward White, Virgil "Gus" Grissom and Roger Chaffee.

Photo (Left):  Vintage Red ID, 8X10 with blue NASA detailed description and repeating  "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse. Photo is in excellent condition.

Photo (Right):  Vintage black & White gloassy, 8 x 10, in excellent condition on fiber based paper with detail blue NASA
description on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS10-27-3873

Description:  Apollo 10 CM in Lunar Orbit.

Photo:  Usual purple NASA detailed description on reverse.  Dated May 22, 1969. 8"
X 10" in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-20060

Description: The Apollo 9 crewman arrive aboard the USS Guadalcanal less then
one hour after splashdown, as they step from the helicopter to receive a
red-carpet welcome. McDivitt and Scott salute the crowd of newsmen, Navy and
NASA personnel. Astronauts from left to right, are Russell Schweickart, David
Scott and James McDivitt.

Photo:  8X10 with blue NASA detailed description on back.  "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on back.  Interesting note, the red # on the front is mistyped and the
right number of S-69-20060 is on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-68P-620

Description:  The Apollo 8 crew make a pre-dawn trip in the transfer van to launch
Complex 39A for there 7:51 a.m. EST liftoff.  Front to rear is Frank Borman, James
Lovell, and Bill Anders.

Photo: 8x10 with blue NASA detailed description on reverse. Fiber based paper
with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse. Photo is in mint condition.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-58885

Description:  Apollo 10 Astronaut John Young (foreground) undergoes spacesuite
integrity (leak) checks while technicians finish suiting astronaut Eugene Cernan (in
background) for a Countdown Demonstration Test at the Kennedy Space Center in
preparation for the Scheduled Apollo 10 lunar mission.

Photo:  8X10 with blue NASA detailed description and repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.  Photo is in excellent condition.


27 January 1967
Tragic Loss of Three Apollo Astronauts

Virgil "Gus" Grissom, Commander
Edward White, Command Pilot
Roger Chaffee, Pilot




Launched 18 May 1969
Lunar Orbit and Return
Returned to Earth 26 May 1969

Thomas P. Stafford, commander
John W. Young, command module pilot
Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot


Launched 11 October 1968
First crewed Apollo flight
Splashdown 22 October 1968

Walter M. Schirra, Commander
Donn F. Eisele, Command Module Pilot
Walter Cunningham, Lunar Module Pilot
AS-7, Vintage NASA B/W Glossy. IPS photo

Description: Apollo 7 crewmen train in their capsule before the orbital flight.  In the
foreground is Wally Schirra, command pilot. Co-pilots are Donn Eisele (center) and
Walt Cunningham.  

Photo: Photo is in good condition.  I received an actual negative as well with this
photo. A fiber based paper.
AS-9, Vintage Glossy Color - NASA Photo ID:  AS9-20-3064

Description:  View of the docked Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules and Lunar Module, with Earth in the
background, during Astronaut David R. Scott's stand-up extravehicular activity, on the fourth day of the Apollo
9 earth-orbital mission. Scott, command module pilot, is standing in the open hatch of the Command module.
Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, took this photograph of Scott from the porch of the
Lunar Module.

Photo (top left):  8 x 10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed text on reverse with repeating  "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks.

Photo (top right):  Vintage Red ID Photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Photo (bootom left):  vintage 8x10 Photo has rear matte finish in near mint condition with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS8-16-2593

Description:  A striking view from the Apollo 8 spacecraft showing nearly the
entire Western Hemisphere, from the mouth of the St. Lawrence River, including
nearby Newfoundland, extending to Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South
America. Central America is clearly outlined. Nearly all of South America is
covered by clouds, except the high Andes Mountain chain along the west coast. A
small portion of the bulge of west Africa shows along the sunset terminator.

Photo: Photo in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed text and repeating  "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Scan isn't nearly as nice as actual photo.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:  AS9-24-3656

Description:  The Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules photographed from the Lunar Module, "Spider", on the
fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. Docking mechanism is visible in nose of the Command Module,
"Gumdrop". Object jutting out from the Service Module aft bulkhead is the high-gain S-Band antenna.

Photo (Left): 8 x 10 Vintage NASA Red ID photo in excellent condition with blue NASA detail text on reverse.  
Repeating  "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Photo (Right): Photo in excellent condition with some process marks on reverse. NASA release on reverse in
purple with  RCA Stamp. "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-10, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  S-68-15979

Description:  Astronaut John W Young, Command Module Pilot, is seen inside the
Command Module Simulator in Building 5 at the Manned Spacecraft Centre.
Thomas Stafford is in the left couch and Eugene Cernan is in the right couch.

Photo:  Excellent condition with detailed NASA purple description on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-69P-332

Description:  Donald Slayton, right, director of Astronaut Flight Crew Operations,
puts on his helmet prior to his one-hour flight with Apollo 10 Commander Thomas
Stafford.

Photo:  Photo in excellent condition with detailed NASA purple description on
reverse.
AS-1, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-66-28047

Description:  Three Apollo astronauts participate in crew equipment stowage
Critical Design Review activity. Left to right, are Roger B. Chaffee, Edward H. White,
and James A. McDivitt. They are inside Apollo Mock-up No. 2 at North American's
mock-up display area at the Downey facility. The astronauts also practiced ingress
and egress procedures.

Photo: 8 x 10 Photo in excellent condition with detailed NASA description on
reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo ID: AS9-19-2919

Description: The Lunar Module (LM) 3 "Spider", still attached to the Saturn V
third (S-IVB) stage, is photographed from the Command/Service Module (CSM)
"Gumdrop" on the first day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. This picture was
taken following CSM/LM-S-IVB separation, and prior to LM extraction from the
S-IVB. The Spacecraft Lunar Module Adapter (SLA) panels have already been
jettisoned.

Photo: The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-55078

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

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-7, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS7-3-1535

Description: The expended Saturn IVB stage as photographed from the Apollo 7
spacecraft during transposition and docking maneuvers at an altitude of 126
nautical miles, at ground elapsed time of three hours, 11 minutes. The round, white
disc inside the open panels of the Saturn IVB is a simulated docking target similar
to that used on the lunar module for docking during lunar missions. The spacecraft
is directly over Odessa-Midland, Texas. The view between the two panels (area of
large puffy clouds) extends southwest across Texas into the Mexican State of
Chihuahua. The distance between the Apollo 7 spacecraft and the S-(VB is
approximately 50 feet.

Photo: The photo is in excellent condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
AS-8, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo ID:  68-H-1401

Description:   The rising Earth is about five degrees above the lunar horizon in this telephoto view taken from the
Apollo 8 spacecraft near 110 degrees east longitude. The horizon, about 570 kilometers (250 statute miles) from the
spacecraft, is near the eastern limb of the Moon as viewed from the Earth. On the earth, the sunset terminator
crosses Africa. The south pole is in the white area near the left end of the terminator. North and South America are
under the clouds. The lunar surface probably has less pronounced color than indicated by this print.  

Photo (Left): Photo is in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on reverse.  Fiber based paper.

Photo (Right): 8.5 x 11 in vintage original developed by McDonnell Aircraft. On fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Actual photo is much nicer than the scan.
Bill Anders - Vintage Color & B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID's: S-64-31555 & S-63-19838
Description:   Portrait photo of astronaut William Anders.  

Photo (Left):   10 Dec. 1964  --  8 x 10 in good condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  NASA blue text on reverse.

Photo (Right) : 8 x 10 photo is in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed
description on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  107-KSC-68PC-328

Description:  Wildlife scatters as the 363-foot high Saturn V space vehicle carring
Apollo 8 astronauts lifts off on a lunar voyage at 7.51 a.m. E.S.T. December 21,
1968, from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse, on a fiber based paper.
AS-8, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo ID:  S-68-56001

Description:  The Apollo 8 (Spacecraft 103/Saturn 503) space vehicle launched
from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Centre, at 7:51 a.m., December
21, 1968.  A nice double exposed photo showing the crescent moon.

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS8-14-2446

Description:  This is an oblique view of the lunar horizon looking southwest.  This
photograph, taken during the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission, covers an area on the
foreground to the northwest of the crater Tsiolkovsky on the lunar farside.  The
area in the foreground is located at about 15 degrees south latitude and 120
degrees east longitude.  The lunar surface probably has less pronounced color
than indicated by this print.

Photo:  8 X 10 is in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS9-19-2920

Description:  The Lunar Module (LM) 3 "Spider", still attached to the Saturn V
third (S-IVB) stage, is photographed from the Command/Service Module (CSM)
"Gumdrop" on the first day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. This picture was
taken following CSM/LM-S-IVB separation, and prior to LM extraction from the
S-IVB. The Spacecraft Lunar Module Adapter (SLA) panels have already been
jettisoned.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  AS10-32-4819

Description:  An Apollo 10 northwestward oblique view of Triesnecker crater,
centered near 3.6 degrees east longitude, and 4 degrees north latitude. This
picture, taken from the Command and Servic Modules, shows terrain features
typical of northeastern Central bay. Beyond the highlands, the smooth floor of the
Sea of Vapors extends almost to the horizon some 600 kilometers (375 statute
Triesnecker crater are the Triesnecker Rilles.

Photo:  Photo is in excellent condition on fiber paper with blue NASA detailed
description on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS10-34-5112

Description:  The ascent stage of the Apollo 10 Lunar Module (LM) is photographed
from the Command Module prior to docking in lunar orbit. The LM is approaching
the Command and Service Modules from below. The LM descent stage had already
been jettisoned. The lunar surface in the background is near, but beyond the
eastern limb of the moon as viewed from earth (about 120 degrees east longitude).
The red/blue diagonal line is the spacecraft window.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks and standard purple NASA detailed description on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-20-3094

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.

Description:  Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, stands in
"golden slippers" on the Lunar Module 3 porch during his extravehicular activity
on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. This photograph was taken
from inside the Lunar Module "Spider". The Command/Service Module and Lunar
Module were docked. Schweickart is wearing an Extravehicular Mobility Unit
(EMU).
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AS-9, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-21-3212

Description:  View of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module, in a lunar landing configuration, as
photographed form the Command/Service Module on the fifth day of the Apollo 9
earth-orbital mission. The landing gear on the "Spider" has been deployed. Lunar
surface probes (sensors) extend out from the landing gear foot pads. Inside the
"Spider" were Astronauts James A. McDivitt, Apollo 9 commander; and Russell L.
Schweickart, lunar module pilot.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage B/W Glossy-  NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-69P-159

Description:  Apollo 9 spacecraft approaches touchdown in the Atlantic recovery
area to conclude a successful ten-day, earth-orbital space mission. Splashdown
occurred in the Atlantic Ocean at 12:00:53 p.m., 13 March 1969 less than five miles
from the prime recovery ship, USS Guadalcanal and 780 nautical miles southeast
of the Cape.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-21-3202

Description:   View of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module, in a lunar landing configuration,
as photographed form the Command/Service Module on the fifth day of the Apollo  
9  earth-orbital mission. The landing gear on the "Spider" has been deployed.  
Lunar surface probes (sensors) extend out from the landing gear foot pads. Inside
the "Spider" were Astronauts James A. McDivitt, Apollo 9 commander;  and
Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:  AS10-34-5162

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.

Description:  This is the crater Schmidt (German selenographer, 1825-84), located
at the western edge of Mare Tranquillitatis, south of crater Ritter and west of
Sabine, and approximately 10 miles in diameter. The most notable features of
Schmidt are the sharp rim, ray pattern, relatively rough floor, and surrounding
hummocky terrain. Numerous boulders, easily resolvable on a photograph of this
scale and quality, can be seen in the area surrounding the crater and on the crater
floor. Most of these boulders range in size from 68 to 122 m.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS10-34-5014

Description:   An Apollo 10 view of Earth from 26,000 nautical miles photographed
from the spacecraft during its translunar journey toward the Moon. While the
Yucatan Peninsula is obscured by clouds, nearly all of Mexico north of the Istmus
of  Tehuantepec can be clearly delineated. The Gulf of California and Baja California
and the San Joaquin Valley can be easily identified. Also, the delta of the Rio
Grande River and the Texas coast are visible.

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermakrs
on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: AS10-27-3880

Description:   Apollo 10 on-board film.  this sequence was filmed from the Lunar
Module while being inspected by the Apollo 10 Command Module.  During this
inspection the vehicles crossed Smyth's Sea ( 0 degrees latitude and 85 degrees
longitude) traveling from east to west.  The lack of shadows shows that this
sequence was taken near subsolar point.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:   AS10-27-3907

Description:   Apollo 10 onboard film - Apollo 10 westward view across Apollo
Landing Site 3 in the Central Bay. Apollo Landing Site 3 is in the middle distance at
the left margin of the pronounced ridge in the left half of the photograph. Bruce, the
prominent crater, near the bottom of the scene, is about 6 kilometers (3.7 statute
miles) in diameter. Topographic features on the surface of the Central Bay are
accentuated by the low sun angle. Sun angles range from near 6 degrees at  the
bottom of the photograph to less than 1 degree at the top.               

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA release on reverse with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS9-24-3660

Description:  The Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules photographed from the
Lunar Module, "Spider", on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission.
Docking mechanism is visible in nose of the Command Module, "Gumdrop". Object
jutting out from the Service Module aft bulkhead is the high-gain S-Band antenna.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS9-21-3183

Description:   View of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module, in a lunar landing configuration,
as photographed form the Command/Service Module on the fifth day of the Apollo  
9  earth-orbital mission. The landing gear on the "Spider" has been deployed.  
Lunar surface probes (sensors) extend out from the landing gear foot pads. Inside
the "Spider" were Astronauts James A. McDivitt, Apollo 9 commander;  and
Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS9-19-2921

Description:  The Lunar Module (LM) 3 "Spider", still attached to the Saturn V
third (S-IVB) stage, is photographed from the Command/Service Module (CSM)
"Gumdrop" on the first day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. This picture was
taken following CSM/LM-S-IVB separation, and prior to LM extraction from the
S-IVB. The Spacecraft Lunar Module Adapter (SLA) panels have already been
jettisoned.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  107-KSC-69PC-77

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Some processing fluid marks on reverse.  
Purple NASA detailed text on reverse as well.

Description:   Sunset at Launch Complex 39B highlights the Apollo 10 Saturn V
space vehicle after transporter positioned it and the mobile launcher atop support
structures.  The 363-foot-high rocket was rolled out today from the Vehicle
Assembly Building's High Bay 2. It was carried by the transporter 4 miles to the
launch pad, which is being used for the first time. The trip took 10 hours, and an
additional 2 hours were required to position the 12 1/2-million-pound-load atop this
pad. (Unfueled Saturn V weighs 1/2-million pounds, the launcher, 12 million.)
Stafford and Cernan are to descend in a lunar module spacecraft to 50,000 feet
above the Moon's surface.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS8-14-2448

Photo:  8 X 10 in almost mint condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:   An excellent view of far side of the moon taken during the Apollo 8
lunar orbit mission.  Specific location unknown.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS8-16-2581

Photo:  8 X 10 in almost mint condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:   Most of the southeastern United States and Caribbean Sea, the U.S.
coastline  from Chesapeake Bay to the Florida peninsula can be seen from the
Apollo 8  spacecraft in orbit above the Earth. The Bahamas and the Islands of
Cuba,  Jamaica, Hispiniola and Puerto Rico extend across the Caribbean. The light  
blue of the shallow Bahama banks contrasts with the darker hue of the deeper  
water especially in the Tongue of the Ocean area.
AS-7, Vintage NASA B/W Glossy

Description: Photo of Apollo 7 Astronaut Wall Schirra training before the orbital
flight.  

Photo: Photo is in good condition.  I received an actual negative as well with this
photo. A fiber based paper.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID's: S-67-50590 & S-67-50593

Description:   Apollo Training -- Astronauts Frank Borman and William Anders participate in training
exercises in the Apollo Mission Simulator in Building 5.

Photo (Left):  Frank Borman -- 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Purple NASA detailed text on reverse.

Photo (Right):   Bill Anders -- 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Purple NASA detailed text on reverse.
AS-7, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: S-67-20525

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Purple NASA detail text on reverse.

Description:  Apollo Training -- astronaut Donn F. Eisele, a member of the prime
crew of the first manned Apollo space mission, suits up for an altitude chamber
test in the Kennedy Space Center's Manned Spacecraft Operations Building.
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AS-7, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-68-48787

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse along with purple NASA detailed text.

Description:  11 OCT 1968 - APOLLO 7 LIFTOFF ---  The Apollo 7/Saturn IB space
vehicle is launched from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 34 at 11:03
a.m. (EDT), October 11, 1968.  Apollo 7 (Spacecraft 101/Saturn 205) is the first of
several manned flights aimed at qualifying the spacecraft for the half-million-mile
round trip to the moon.  
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS9-19-2983

Description:  Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, operates a
70mm Hasselblad camera during his extravehicular activity on the fourth day of
the  Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. The Command/Service Module and the Lunar  
Module 3 "Spider" are docked. This view was taken form the Command Module  
"Gumdrop". Schweickart, wearing an Extravehicular Mobility Unit  (EMU), is
standing in "golden slippers" on the Lunar Module porch. On his  back,  partially
visible, are a Portable Life Support System (PLSS) and an Oxygen  Purge System
(OPS).

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-34481

Description: The five F-1 engines of the Apollo 10 (Spacecraft 106/Lunar Module
Space Center just after launch from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at 12:49 p.m., May
18, 1969.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse and blue NASA descriptive text.
AS-7, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 68-H-845

Photo:  Dated 23 SEP 1968 -- 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper
with blue NASA detailed text on reverse.

Description:  Apollo 7 during a countdown demonstration test at Complex 34.  
Apollo 7 will be NASA's first manned flight of the Apollo series.  The launch is
scheduled for October 11, 1968.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS10-27-3929

Description:   Apollo 10 onboard film - photo taken with a 70 mm Hasselblad
camera showing MARE MOSCOVIENSE & MARE SMYTHII.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo

Description:   Pararescueman helps astronaut Bill Anders from the Apollo 8
command module during recovery operations.

Photo:  8 x 10 photo in excellent condition  on fiber based paper.
AS-8, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-19-2994

Description:  Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, is
photographed from the Command Module "Gumdrop" during his extravehicular
activity on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. The Command and
Service Modules are docked with the Lunar Module.

Photo:  8 x 10 photo is in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating
"A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo ID: AS9-24-3634

Description:  The Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules photographed from the
Lunar Module,  "Spider", on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission.

Photo: The photo is in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo:   AS10-35-5205

Description:   Photo of the of lunar surface taken from the LM while in lunar orbit.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-19-2999

Description:   Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, is
photographed from   the Command Module "Gumdrop" during his extravehicular
activity on the fourth  day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. The Command and
Service Modules  are docked with the Lunar Module.

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating  "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS8-14-2506

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.

Description:   Photograph of nearly full moon taken from the Apollo 8 spacecraft at
a point  above 70 degrees east longitude. Mare Crisium, the circular, dark-colored  
area near the center is near the eastern edge of the moon as viewed from  Earth.
Mare Nectaris is the ciruclar mare near the terminator. The large,  irregular maria
are Tranquillitatis and highlands to the south. Lunar farside  features occupy most
of the right half of the picture. The large,  dark-colored crater Tsiolkovsky is near
the limb at the lower right.  Conspicuous bright rays radiate from two large
craters, one to the north of  Tsiolkovsky, the other near the limb in the upper half of
the picture. The  crater Langrenus is near the center of the picture at the eastern
edge of  Mare Fecunditatis.       
AS-10, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS10-34-5117

Description:  This frame was from the Command Module (CM) prior to the ascent
stage docking.  The red/blue diagonal line across the frame is the edge of the CM
window.  The frame is the last in a sequence that was initiated on the farside of the
moon near 150 degrees East Longitude and continued through 120 degrees East
longitude.  Here, minutes before docking occurs, many exterior details on the LM
can be seen.  Two of the four RCS thruster nozzles groups, which are used to
control the attitude of the spacecraft are also visible.  The dark circular docking
hatch and the antennas can be seen.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition on fiber paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks.  There is a description taped to the reverse as well.
AS-1, Vintage Color, North American Aviation Photo  ID:  7008-86-45A

Description: Apollo 1 prime crew at the North American Aviation's Space &
Information Systems Division in their space suits preparing for a training exercise.
 NASA named these astronauts as the prime crew of the first manned Apollo
space flight AS-204. Left to right, Roger Chaffee, Edward White, and Virgil "Gus"
Grissom.

Photo: Dated: 8-24-66,  8X10 with NAA text on front  with repeating  "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse. Photo is in excellent condition.
AS-10, Vintage B/W Glossyr - NASA Photo:   69-H-897

Description:   Description on reverse reads: ABOARD APOLLO 10 SPACECRAFT ---
(L - R) Astronauts Tom Stafford and John Young demonstrate weightlessness. The
Navigation Computer is in the background. Apollo 10 was the second U.S. manned
orbital flight to the Moon, paving the way for a Lunar landing mission this summer.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA detailed
text on reverse.
AS-1, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-66-40815

Description:  AS-204 CREW AT NAA --  The prime crew of Apollo/Saturn 204
Mission at North American Aviation, Inc., during Apollo Review activity.  Left to
right, are Astronauts Edward H. Whit II, Virgil I. Grissom and Roger B. Chaffee.

Photo: 8 x 10 Photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed description on reverse.
AS-10, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS10-28-4055

Description:   Apollo 10 in Lunar orbit

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.
AS-7, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-68-49452

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Signed by Wally Schirra and Walt Cunningham
along with purple NASA detailed text.

Description:  11 OCT 1968 - APOLLO 7 LIFTOFF ---  The Apollo 7/Saturn IB space
vehicle is launched from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 34 at 11:03
a.m. (EDT), October 11, 1968.  Apollo 7 (Spacecraft 101/Saturn 205) is the first of
several manned flights aimed at qualifying the spacecraft for the half-million-mile
round trip to the moon.  
AS-1, Vintage B/W News Wire Photo

Description:  Downet, Calif.:  The Prime crew of NASA's Apollo-Saturn Mission 204
is shown at North American's facility here during training for the first manned
Apollo space flight. Left-to-right Astronauts Virgil I. Grissom, command pilot; Roger
B. Chaffee, Pilot; and Edward H. White, senior pilot.  NASA PHOTO FROM UPI
TELEPHOTO.

Photo: 8x 10 in good condition with Cleveland Press stamp on reverse dated
October 26, 1966.  Also United Press International Photo stamp on revers.
( Last Photo Update: October 30, 2012 )
The following photographs were scanned from my personal collection of vintage manned space exploration photographs.
These photos were taken during the period of the "Golden Age" of manned space exploration covering the Mercury,
Gemini & Apollo programs.  These are
NOT modern reproductions, copies or reprints.
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APOLLO SPACE PROGRAM - PAGE 2
AS-7, Vintage NASA B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 67-H-971

Description: Text on reverse Reads: December 29th, 1967 --  APOLLO PRIME
CREW: Suite up for mission simulator tests are crew members for NASA's first
Apollo mannaed flight, scheduled for late 1968.  Shown: Left-to-right, Donn F.
Eisele, Senior Pilot; Walter M. Schirra, Command Pilot; Walter Cunningham, Pilot.

Photo: Photo is in good condition.  I received an actual negative as well with this
photo. A fiber based paper.
AS-8, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-68P-626

Description:  Text on reverse reads, " December 21, 1968,  A telescopic ground
tracking camera at the Kennedy Space Center follows the flight path of the Saturn
V launch vehicle as it lifts off with Apollo 8 Astronauts Frank Borman, James
Lovell, and William Anders at the start of their lunar orbitoal mission today.  Apollo
8 marked the first manned flight of the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration's Saturn V rocket.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse, on a fiber based paper.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-68-56532

Description:  Text on reverse reads, " December, 1968,  Apollo 8 IVA --  Astronaut
William A. Anders, lunar module pilot, is shown during intravehicular activity on the
Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission.  This still print was made from movie film taken by an
on-board 16mm motion picture camera.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed description on reverse,
 with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-1, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-67-21295

Description:  Reverse description reads: 28 JAN 67,  AS-204 FIRE --  Closeup view
of Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command Module in the white room atop Pad 34 showing
the exterior effects of the intense heat of the flash fire which killed the prime crew
of the Apollo/Saturn 204 Mission.  Astronauts Virgil I. Grissom, Edward H. White II,
and Roger B. Chafee lost their lives in the accidental fire.

Photo: 8 x 10 Photo in excellent condition with detailed NASA description on
reverse with repater "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-9, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-20-3080

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed description on
reverse with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.

Description:  Description on reverse reads:  6 MARCH 1969, APOLLO 9 EVA --
Astronaut David R. Scott, command module pilot, is photographed during his
extravehicular activity on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission.  Scott
is standing in the open hatch of the Command Module.  In the background are
clouds over the pacific Ocean. When this picture was made the Command and
Service Modules and Lunar Module were docked.  In the Lunar Module was
Astronaut James A. McDivitt, Apollo 9 commander.  Astronaut Russell L.
Schweikart, lunar module pilot, took this photograph during his EVA.
AS-8, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo ID:  S-68-56002

Description:  The Apollo 8 (Spacecraft 103/Saturn 503) space vehicle launched
from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Centre, at 7:51 a.m., December
21, 1968.  A nice double exposed photo showing the crescent moon.

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS8-16-2616

Description:  24 December 1968 --  APOLLO 8 MOON VIEW  --  The crater
Langrenus as photographed from an altitude of nearly 150 nautical miles as the
Apollo 8 spacecraft orbited the moon on December 24, 1968.  Langernus is about
85 statute miles in diameter.  Command Module pilot James A. Lovell, described
the crater, its central peak, and the conspicuous terraces in the inner crater wall
shortly after acquiring earth communications for the first time after lunar orbit
insertion.  At the time the photograph was made, Langernus was about 100
nautical miles (190 kilometers) south of the spacecraft ground track.  The camera
was pointed southward.  The sharp, small, circular crater nearby Langernus C.  
The lunar surface probably has less color pronounced color that indicated by this
print.

Photo: 8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-8, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-68-56310

Description:  27 December 1968  --  APOLLO * RECOVERY  --  The Apollo 8
spacecraft after being hoisted aboard the USS Yorktown during recovery
operations in the pacific.  Apollo 8, with Astronauts Frank Borman, Commander;
James lovell, Command Module Pilot; and william anders, Lunar Module Pilot,
aboard, splashed down at 10:51 a.m. (EST), Decmber 17, 1968, to conclude the
historic Apollo 8 orbit mission.

Photo: 8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-10 Crew Photo, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-68-42906

Description: Three astronauts named as the prime crew of the Apollo 10 space
mission. Left  to right, are Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot; John W. Young,
command  module pilot; and Thomas P. Stafford, commander.       

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on back.  
AS-9, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS9-21-3237

Description: The Lunar Module "Spider" ascent stage is photographed from the  
Command/Service Module on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital  mission.
The Lunar Module's descent stage had already been jettisoned.

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition with repeating  "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on back.  
AS-7, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-68-49587

Description: The Apollo 7 crew steps out from the recovery helicopter and are
welcomed aboard the U.S.S. Essex, the prime recovery ship for the mission.  
Astronauts Walter M. Schirra Jr., commander; Donn F. Eisele, command module
pilot; and Walter Cunningham,lunar  module pilot. At the right of them is Dr. Donald
E. Stullken, NASA Recovery  Team Leader from the Manned Spacecraft Center's
(MSC) Landing and Recovery  Division.                 


Photo: The photo is in fair condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse. Staple holes in margins and handling crease in upper center.
AS-1, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 67-H-104

Description:  Test on reverse reads:  January 25, 1967,  Astronaut Virgil I. Grissom
will be command pilot for the National Aeronautics and Space administration's
first manned Apollo Earth orbital mission....

Photo: 8 x 10 Photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed description on reverse.
AS-1, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 67-H-1277

Description:  Test on reverse reads:  December 31, 1966,    -- FIRST APOLLO
PRIME CREW  --  In training for the Apollo / Saturn 204 mission, scheduled for early
1967, is American's first three-astronaut space flight crew.  Left to right are Virgil
I. Grissom, an Air Force lieutenant colonel, command pilot;  Roger B. Chaffee, a
Navy lieutenant commander, pilot; and Edward H. White II, and Air Force lieutenant
colonel, senior pilot.  Veteran astronaut Grissom will be making his third space
flight, White his second and Chaffee his first.  All NASA manned missions are
launched at Cape Kennedy, Fla.

Photo: 8 x 10 Photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed description on reverse.
AS-7, Vintage NASA B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-68-33750

Description: Text on reverse Reads: 22 MAY 1968  -- Apollo 7 CREW  -- The prime
crew of Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, is photographed during training
at the North American Rockwell facility at Downey.  left to right, areastronauts
Donn F. Eisele, Senior Pilot; Walter M. Schirra, Command Pilot; Walter Cunningham,
Pilot.

Photo: Photo is in good condition.  I received an actual negative as well with this
photo. A fiber based paper.
Photo Gallery
Selection


U.S. Air Force - Page 1
Vintage U.S. Air Force aircraft
Photos


U.S. Air Force - Page 2
Vintage U.S. Air Force Aircraft
Photos


U.S. Navy & Marines
Vintage USN & Marine Corp
Aircarft Photos


X - Planes
Vintage Prototype and Research &
Development Aircraft Photos


Missiles & Rockets
Vintage photos of Missiles and
Unmanned Rockets


Mercury Space Program
Page 1
Vintage Photos of the Early
Mercury Space Program and
MR-3 Through MR-4 Missions


Mercury Space Program
Page 2
Mercury Atlas Missions MA-6
Through MA-9 Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 1
Early Gemini Space Program
Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 2
Gemini-Titan Space Missions  
GT-3 Through GT-5
Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 3
Gemini-Titan Space Missions  
GT-6 Through GT-8
Vintage Photos


Gemini Space Program
Page 4
Gemini-Titan Space Missions  
GT-9 Through GT-12
Vintage Photos


Apollo Space Program
Page 1
Early Apollo R&D and Unmanned
Space Program Vintage Photos


Apollo Space Program
Page 2
Vintage Photos of Apollo
AS-1, AS-7, AS-8, AS-9 & AS10


Apollo Space Program
Page 3
Vintage Photos of  the Apollo  11  
Moon Mission


Apollo Space Program
Page 4
Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-12 and AS-13


Apollo Space Program
Page 5
Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-14 and AS-15


Apollo Space Program
Page 6
Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-16 and AS-17


Sky Lab & Space Shuttle
Page 1
Vintage Photos of the Sky Lab and
Space Shuttle programs


Signed Photos
Collection of Autographed Photos


Photos For Sale
Photos for sales from my
collection