AS-12, Vintage B&W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:   AS12-49-7281

Description:  Apollo 12 Recovery area. Alan Bean, LM Pilot, is being hoisted in a
recovery basket to the helicopter while pararescuemen prepare the spacecraft
for pickup by the USS Hornet. Splash down was at 3:58 p.m. November 14, 1969
in the Pacific Ocean approximately 350 miles from Samoa. NASA purple
description on back. 8x10. Splashdown in the Pacific was at 3:58 pm EST, on
November 24, 1969.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent, near mint, condition on fiber based paper with blue
NASA detailed description on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-58885

Description:  Interior view of the white room atop Pad A, Launch Complex 39,
Kennedy Space Center, during the insertion of the Apollo 12 crew. In the
background preparing to ingress the spacecraft is Astronaut Charles Conrad,
commander.  Astronaut Alan Bean, Lunar Module pilot, stands in foreground.. Out
of view waiting for ingress with astronaut Richard Gordon.

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


Launched 14 November 1969
Landed on Moon 19 November 1969
Ocean of Storms
Returned to Earth 24 November 1969

Charles Conrad, Jr., commander
Richard F. Gordon, command module pilot
Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot
AS-12, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo ID:   S69-58565

Description:  The 363-foot tall Apollo 12 - Spacecraft 108 - Lunar Module 6 -
Saturn 507 stack is launched from Pad A of Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space
Centre, at 11:22 a.m., 14 November 1969. The only Apollo Saturn V to be launched
during a thunder storm. Lightning struck the tower shortly after the rocket had
cleared the tower.

Photo:  Photo is in excellent condition with repeating  "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on the reverse.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-69P-517

Description:  The Apollo 12 lunar module, LM-6, is hoisted by overhead crane
from the landing gear deployment fixture after its landing gear was installed
within the manned Spacecraft Operations Building.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description
on reverse, on a fiber based paper.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS12-46-6788

Description:   Al Bean has removed the protective dome from the RTG fuel cask
and is placing it out of the way to his left. The landing radar and the shield that
protects the radar from the engine exhaust are visible beyond the RTG. Note the
fuel-element extraction tool sticking out of the HTC sample bag.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  AS12-49-7278 & 69-H-1988

Description:  Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot for the Apollo 12 lunar
landing mission, holds a Special Environmental Sample Container filled with
lunar soil collected during the extravehicular activity (EVA) in which Astronauts
Charles Conrad Jr., commander, and Bean participated. Conrad, who took this
picture, is reflected in the helmet visor of the lunar module pilot.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed text on reverse.
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AS-12, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo ID:  AS12-47-6897

Description:   Astronaut Pete Conrad stands beside the United States flag after
is  was unfurled on the lunar surface during the first extravehicular activity  
(EVA-1), on Nov. 19, 1969. Several footprints made by the crew can be seen in  
the photograph.   Alan Bean took this picture of Pete early in the first EVA, shortly
after they deployed the U.S. flag. Note the length of Pete's shadow. The shadow
of the LM enters the picture from the middle of the left edge. Pete is grasping the
flag because the locking hinge that was supposed to hold the crossbar and flag
out from the staff would not latch.

Photo:   8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA text on reverse with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS12-47-6921

Description:    Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr., commander, aligns the antenna on
the Central Station for the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP)
during the first Apollo 12 extravehicular activity. The ALSEP's Lunar Surface
magnetometer (LSM) is in the foreground. In the center background near Conrad  
are other ALSEP components.  

Photo:    8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-69PC-558

Description:   Apollo 12 Prime Crew Charles Conrad, Richard Gordon and Alan
Bean. In back of the crew is a full scale mock-up of the Lunar Module and in
foreground is a model of the magnetometer that will be deployed on the lunar
surface during the mission.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red  ID: AS12-47-6988

Description:  Apollo 12 commander Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr. works at the
Modular Equipment Stowage Assemble (MESA) on the lunar module. In the
foreground is the erectable S-band antenna. Behind Conrad is the carrier for the
Apollo lunar hand tools. This was near the end of the first moonwalk EVA
(extravehicular activity). Conrad is stowing the tools and rock samples that have
been collected, Alan Bean is taking panoramic pictures.

Photo :  8 x 10 in excellent, near mint, condition with blue NASA descriptive text
on reverse along with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS12-48-7034

Description:  Apollo 12 EVA - A close-up view of a portion of the descent stage of
the Apollo 12 Lunar Module, photographed during the Apollo 12 EVA. At upper
right is the empty RTG fuel cask.  The fuel capsule has already been removed
and placed in the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator.  The RTG furnishes
power for the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package which the Apollo 12
astronauts deployed on the Moon.  The LM's descent engine is in the center
background.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed text on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS12-48-7121

Description:   An excellent view of the unmanned Surveyor III spacecraft which
was photographed during the Apollo 12 second extravehicular activity (EVA-2) on
the surface of the Moon. The Apollo 12 Lunar Module, landed within 600 feet of
Surveyor III in the Ocean of Storms. The television camera and several other
pieces were taken from Surveyor III and brought back to Earth for scientific
examination.   

Photo :   8 X 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed text on reverse and Photo ID on front.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS12-48-7132

Description:   APOLLO 12 EVA - - This view of the upper portion of the Surveyor III
spacecraft was photographed by one of the Apollo 12 crewmen during the
second EVA on 20 November 1969. The Surveyor TV camera can be seen prior to
its being removed from the spacecraft and returned to the Lunar Module for
return to earth.  Note the place where Pete used his finger to wipe some dust off.
The line runs upward from the center.

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with purple NASA
detailed text on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS12-46-6791

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

Description:   116:50:59 Al attaches the RTG package to the carrybar which will
later serve as the Central Station antenna mast. As can be seen in a detail, he
has inserted the end of the carry bar into a slightly larger round opening in the
lock on what will be the bottom of Package 2 - to his right - and will then pull up
on the carry bar to seat it in the close-fitting upper hole. With the center-of-mass
of the pallet below the upper hole, gravity will help keep the package secure on
the carrybar. He has already secured the carry bar to Package 1, which is on Al's
left and, as indicated in the detail, holds the Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE),
the Solar Wind Spectrometer (SWS), and the Lunar Surface Magnetometer
(LSM).
__________________ Apollo 12 ____________________
APOLLO 13 PRIME CREW
AS-13, Vintage - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS13-60-3635

Description:   Apollo 13 View of Moon during the spacecrafts pass around the far
side.

Photo:  8 x 10, Dated April 1970. Purple NASA detailed description on reverse in
excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-70P-153 & 70-H-477

Description:   Apollo 13 Training with Astronaut John Swigert, foreground. Dated
April 8, 1970.  With Swigert is John Young, Apollo 13 backup commander.  Swigert
was taking place for Mattingly due to Mattingly's exposure to measles.

Photo:   8" X 10". A fiber based paper with no watermarks on reverse with Purple
NASA description.
AS-13, Vintage B/W - NASA Photo ID:  69-H-1470

Description:   Apollo 13 Commander James Lovell, left
and Command Module Pilot Thomas Mattingly are in the
command module in the altitude chamber prior to going
through an emergency egress test.  Also in the
spacecraft was Lunar Module Pilot Fred Haise.

Photo:   8X10 with blue NASA detailed description on in
mint condition.
AS-13, Vintage B/W - NASA Photo ID:  69-H-1469

Description:   Apollo 13 Command Pilot Thomas Mattingly
and Lunar Module Pilot Fred Haise are in the command
module with commander James Lovell going over
procedures leading to an Apollo 13 emergency egress
test in the altitude chamber of KSC.

Photo:   8X10 with blue NASA detailed description on
reverse. Fiber based paper with no watermarks. Photo is
in mint condition.


Launched 11 April 1970
Lunar Flyby and Return
Malfunction forced cancellation of lunar landing
Returned to Earth 17 April 1970

James A. Lovell, commander
John L. Swigert, Jr., command module pilot
Fred W. Haise, Jr., lunar module pilot
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-70-35652

Description:  The Apollo 13 spacecraft heads toward a splashdown in the South
Pacific Ocean. The Apollo 13 Command Module splashed down in the South Pacific
at 12:07:44 p.m., April 17, 1970. Note the capsule and its parachutes just visible
against a gap in the dark clouds.

Photo :  8 x 10 vintage photo with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse in excellent condition.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-70P-247

Description:  Prototype of the "mail box" constructed at the Manned Spacecraft
Center to remove carbon dioxide from the Apollo 13 command module is displayed
in Mission Control. The "mail box" was constructed when it became apparent CO2
was prevalent in the command module and the spacecraft's lithium hydroxide
system was not removing it sufficiently.

Photo:  Photo in excellent to mint condition with purple NASA detailed description
on reverse, on a fiber based paper.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  AS13-59-8562

Description:   This view of the Apollo 13 Lunar Module (LM) was photographed
from splashdown of the CM in the South Pacific Ocean. The apparent explosion of
oxygen tank number two in the Apoll 13 Service Module caused the Apollo 13
crewmen to rely on the LM as a "lifeboat".

Photo:  Photo is in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse on a fiber based paper.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-70-38747

Description:  The Apollo 13 (spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508) space
vehicle lifts off from Pad A, Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center at 2:13
p.m., April 11, 1970. This view was taken from across a body of water near the
launch complex. The launch itself can be seen reflected in the water.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-70P-206

Description:   The severely damaged Apollo 13 service module appears to be
drifting after it was jettisoned from the docked command and lunar modules prior
to reentry today.  In this view, taken from the lunar module, the command module
is seen in the foreground and the moon in the distant background.  Onboard
technical problems required astronauts James Lovell, John Swigert and Fred
Haise to cancel the original lunar landing mission and return to earth after circling
the moon.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with detailed NASA
purple text on reverse.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   S-70-35703

Description:   A fantastic close-up view of the damaged Apollo 13 Service Module
(SM) that was photographed from the Command Module (CM) just after the CM/SM
separation prior to Earth re-entry. As seen here, an entire panel on the SM was
blown away by the apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two located in
Sector 4 of the SM.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed text on reverse with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-70-34853

Description:   The Apollo 13 (spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508) space
vehicles engines are ignited and the mighty Saturn V begins its lift off from Pad A,
Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Centre at 2:13 p.m., April 11, 1970

Photo: 8 x 10 in excellent condition with small corner damage on upper right not
effecting photo at all. Fiber based paper with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse along with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-13, Vintage Color, NASA Photo Red ID: AS13-62-8918

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.  Purple NASA Detailed
description on reverse along with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.

Description:  This oblique view of the lunar farside was photographed from the
Apollo 13 spacecraft as it passed around the Moon on its hazardous journey
homeward. This view is looking East. The large crater in the center at the horizon
is International Astronomical Union (IAU) crater no. 221. The next larger crater just
south of IAU no. 221 is IAU 220. This area of the Moon is loacted southeast of Mare
Moscoviense. IAU 221 is located at 164 degrees east longitude and 10 degrees
north latitude.  You can see, what appears to be, condensation on the glass at the
lower right as they begin their cold and long journey home.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 70-H-649

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with purple NASA
detailed description on reverse.

Description:  Apollo 13 Recovery - - - Overhead view of the deck of the prime
recovery ship, USS Iwo Jima, during early morning preparations for recovery of the
Apollo 13 crew and spacecraft.  The spinning rotor blades make a circular mist in
the air as they cut through the rain.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 70-H-646

Photo:  8 x 10 in good condition on a fiber based paper.

Description:  The Apollo 13 Command Module splashed down in the South Pacific
at 12:07:44 p.m., April 17, 1970. In this view the capsule has just hit the water and
its three parachutes are starting to crumpling into the ocean. The Apollo 13
astronauts guided their spacecraft to a precise splashdown only four miles from
the prime recovery USS Iwo Jima.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 70-H-646

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with slight corner damage in upper right on
boarder only.  Fiber based paper with purple NASA detailed description on reverse.

Description:  Apollo 13 Recovery - A water-level view of the Apollo 13 recovery
operations in the South Pacific.  The 3 astronauts have egressed their spacecraft,
and Fred Haise, Lunar Module Pilot, has already ascended to the helicopter.  
Astronauts James Lovell (center), commander, will remain in the life raft until
Astronaut John Swigert, command module pilot, has boarded the helicopter.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS13-61-8811

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

Description:  This fantastic shot of the Moon was taken by the Apollo 13 crew
during their trans-earth journey home.
___________________ Apollo 13 ____________________
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AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-66-33992

Photo:  A near mint condition 8 x 10 on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  An early signed photo by Astronaut Fred
Haise in which he add "Apollo 13 LMP"

Description:  Fred. Haise was one of the 19 astronauts selected by NASA in April
1966. Haise was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 13 (April 11-17, 1970) and has
logged 142 hours and 54 minutes in space.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: as13-62-8912

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

Description:  This oblique view of the lunar farside was photographed from the
Apollo 13 spacecraft as it passed around the Moon on its hazardous journey
homeward.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS12-48-7099

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.

Description:  20 November 1969 - View of two U.S. spacecraft on the surface of
the moon, taken during the second Apollo 12 extravehicular activity (EVA-2). The
Apollo 12 Lunar Module is in the background. The unmanned Surveyor III
spacecraft is in the foreground. The Apollo 12 Lunar Module, landed within 600
feet of Surveyor III in the Ocean of Storms. The television camera and several
other pieces were taken from Surveyor III and brought back to Earth for scientific
examination.
AS-12, Vintage Color Artist Concept  - NASA Photo Red ID: S-69-55553

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

Description:  By Robert Watts, Ryan Aeronautical Company artist's concept
depicting a close-up view of Surveyor III resting in the Ocean of Storms on the
lunar nearside. Two Apollo 12 astronauts are seen approaching in the
background. The Apollo 12 Lunar Module is in  the left background. The Earth is
in the right background. If you look at the actual photos below, I would say he
was "spot on" to how it really looked.
AS-12,  Nixon Visit - Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-369-545

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent on condition on a fiber based paper with blue NASA
text on reverse.  Date 11 Nov. 69.

Description:  President Nixon during his visit to the Firing Room 2 launch
activities.  I added to the AS-12 section since it was take just days prior to the
Apollo 12 launch. You can see von Braun in the background with his arms
crossed.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS12-49-7281

Photo:  8 x 10 in Excellent + condition on a fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed text on reverse.

Description:  Two-in-one Astronaut shot shows Lunar Module Pilot Alan Bean,
the photographer, reflected in the sun-visor of Apollo 12 Commander Charles
Conrad's Extravehicular Maneuver Unit. Photograph was taken during Apollo 12
extravehicular activity on the Moon's Ocean of Storms where Intrepid, the lunar
module, was landed on November 19, 1969.  Apollo 12 was launched from KSC at
11:22 a.m. November 14, 1969.
AS-12, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-70-27030

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on as fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed text on reverse.  Photo has 3-hole punch along lower white boarder.

Description:   Apollo 12 MCC Activity --- Astronatus Fred Haise (left) and James
Lovell record data while viewing activity of the Apollo 12 mission at a console in
the Mission Operations Control Room (MOCR), Mission Control Center, at Manned
Spacecraft Center.  Lovell was earlier named as prime crew commander of the
upcoming Apollo 13 lunar landing mission, and Haise was named the prime crew
lunar module pilot.  The two closely observed the activity of Apollo 12.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-70-32990

Photo:  Date 24 March 1970, 8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with blue NASA detailed
text.

Description:  Nighttime, ground-level view of Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy
Space Center, showing the Apollo 13 (Spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508)
space vehicle during a Countdown Demonstration Test (32989); Close-up,  
nighttime, ground level view of Pad A, Launch Complex 39, showing the Apollo  13
space vehicle during a Countdown Demonstration Test (32990).
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: MSFC-6903391

Photo:  8 x 10 on RC Paper with repeating 3-line Kodak paper in excellent
condition.

Description:  The 363-foot tall Apollo 12 - Spacecraft 108 - Lunar Module 6 -
Saturn 507 stack is launched from Pad A of Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space
Centre, at 11:22 a.m., 14 November 1969. The only Apollo Saturn V to be launched
during a thunder storm. Lightning struck the tower shortly after the rocket had
cleared the tower.
AS-13, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  

Description:   April 10 ,1970 -- A hastily arranged crew portrait taken at the
Kennedy Space Center shows new command module pilot John L. Swigert (left),
mission commander James A. Lovell, Jr. (centre) and lunar module pilot Fred W.
Haise, Jr.

Photo:   8" X 10" in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-52987

Photo:  20 SEPT  1969  --  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse. Blue NASA detailed text on
reverse.

Description:  Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr., prime crew commander of the Apollo
12 lunar landing mission, relaxes aboard the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever prior
to participating in water egress training in the Gulf of Mexico.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS12-46-6789

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

Description:   19 November 1969 -- Alan Bean is using a fuel transfer tool to
remove the fuel elements from the fuel cask on the LM. The fuel element was
then placed in the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator, the power source for
the ALSEP.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:  AS12-46-6729

Description:  At about 115:51:59, Pete asked Al to pose as he stepped off the LM
footpad for the first time.

Photo:  8 x 10. The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
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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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AS-12, Vintage B&W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:   AS12-48-7090

Description:  Al has moved farther counter-clockwise and now has the LM in the
same field-of-view with the Surveyor. Pete and Al entered Surveyor Crater from
the south rim and walked partway down to the Surveyor III spacecraft before
taking any pictures. Surveyor III is to the right of center, with Block Crater above
it on the rim of Surveyor Crater. The Apollo 12 LM, Intrepid, is on the rim of
Surveyor Crater at the left.

Photo:  8 x 10 in near mint condition photo on fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed description on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage B&W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:   AS12-48-7134

Description:  20 Nov. 1969  The description on reverse reads: This unusual
photograph, taken during the second Apollo 12 extravehicular activity (EVA-2),
shows the two U.S. spacecraft on the surface of the moon. The Apollo 12 Lunar
Module is in the background. The unmanned surveyor III spacecraft is in the
foreground. The Apollo 12 LM, with Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr. and Alan Bean
aboard, landed about 600 feet from Surveyor III in the Ocean of Storms. The
television camera and several other pieces were taken from Surveyor III and
brought back to Earth for scientific examination. Here, one of the Apollo 12
crewmen examines the Surveyor's TV camera prior to detaching it. Astronaut
Richard F. Gordon Jr. remain with the Apollo Command and Service Modules in
Lunar orbit while Conrad and Bean descended in the LM to explore the moon.  
Surveyor III soft-landed on the Moon on April 19, 1969/

Photo:   8 x 10 in near mint condition photo on fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed description on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage Color Photo - NASA Red Photo ID:   AS12-47-6919

Description:  10 NOV 1969  -- Description on reverse reads: An Apollo 12 crew
member prepares to deploy the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Packages
(ALSEP) on the lunar surface during the first Apollo 12 extravehicular activity
period (EVA-1).  The ALESP component to the immediate left of the long shadow
(cast by the astronaut taking the photo) in the foreground is the undeployed
Lunar Surface Magnetometer (LSM).  While the Astronauts Charlie Conrad Jr.
and Alan L. Bean descend in the Apollo 12 Lunar Module to explore the surface of
the moon, Astronaut Richard F. Gordon Jr. remained with the command and
Service Modules in Lunar orbit.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent, near mint, condition on fiber based paper with blue
NASA detailed description on reverse.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-51308

Description:  Text on reverse reads:  Sept 8, 1969,  Apollo 12 Roll Out --  
High-angle view at Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, showing the
Apollo 12 (Spacecraft 108/ Lunar Module 6/ Saturn 507) space vehicle leaving the
Vehicle Assembly Building on the way to Pad A. The Saturn V stack and its
mobile launch tower are atop a huge crawler-transporter. Apollo 12 is scheduled
as a second lunar landing mission. The crew will be Astronauts Charles Conrad
Jr., commander; Richard F. Gordon Jr.,  command module pilot; Alan L. Bean,
lunar module pilot.

Photo:  8 X 10 with blue NASA description on reverse with repeating  "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks.  Photo in near mint condition.
AS-12, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo

Description:  Conrad next to the Central Station in a halo of lunar dust.


Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo

Description:  The Apollo 13 (spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508) space
vehicle lifts off from Pad A, Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center at 2:13
p.m., April 11, 1970. This view was taken from across a body of water near the
launch complex. The launch itself can be seen reflected in the water.

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-13, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Red Photo ID: S-70-34767

Description:   April 10 ,1970 -- Text on reverse reads: APOLLO 13 CREW -- From
Left, Astronauts John L. Swigert Jr., James A. Lovell Jr., and Fred W. Haise Jr.
paused during a busy pre-launch activity of the Apollo 13 mission.  Lovell is
Commander; Swigert, command module pilot; and Haise, lunar module pilot..

Photo:   8" X 10" in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse and detail blue NASA text.
AS-13, Vintage Color, NASA Photo Red ID: AS13-62-8929

Photo:  Vintage 8 X 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.  Purple NASA
Detailed description on reverse along with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks.

Description:  Text on Reverse reads: April 1970  --  APOLLO 13  ON_BOARD
PHOTOGRAPHY  --  Interior view of the Apollo 13 Lunar Module showing the "mail
box", a jerry-rigged arrangement which the Apollo 13 astronauts built to use the
Command Module lithium hydroxide canisters to purge carbon dioxide from the
Lunar Module.  Lithium hydroxide is used to scrub CO2 from the spacecraft's
atmosphere.  Since there was a limited amount of lithium hydroxide in the LM, this
arrangement was rigged up to utilize the canisters from the CM.  The "mail box"
was designed and tested on the ground at the Manned Spacecraft Center before it
was suggested to the problem-plagued Apollo 13 crewmen.  Because of the
explosion of one of the oxygen tanks in the Service Module, the three crewmen
had to use the LM as a "lifeboat".
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-70-35141

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating
"A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with detailed blue NASA description.

Description:  Reverse reads: 16 April 1970 APOLLO 13 MCC  -- Wide-angle view of
the Mission Operations Control Room of the Mission Control Center at the Manned
Spacecraft Center during the last 24 hours of the problem-plagued Apollo 13
mission. When this picture was made, the Apollo 13 moon landing had already
been cancelled, and the Apollo 13 crewmen were in transearth trajectory
attempting to bring their crippled spacecraft back home.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-70-35607

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with purple NASA
detailed description on reverse.

Description:  Reserve reads: APOLLO 13 ON PRIME RECOVERY SHIP -- The
crewmen of the Apollo 13 mission step aboard the USS Iwo Jima, prime recovery
ship for the mission, following splashdown and recovery operations in the South
Pacific. Exiting the helicopter which made the pick-up some four miles from the
Iwo Jima are (from left) Astronauts Fred Haise, Lunar Module Pilot; James Lovell,
commander; and John L. Swigert Jr., command module pilot. The Apollo 13
spacecraft splashed down at 12:07:44 p.m. (CST), April 17, 1970.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-70-35606

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with purple NASA
detailed description on reverse.

Description:  Description on reverse reads: 17 April 1970, APOLLO 13 RECOVERY
--  Rear Admiral Donald C. Davis, Commanding Officer of Task Force 130, the
Pacific Recovery Forces for the Manned Spacecraft Missions, welcome the Apollo
13 crewmen aboard the USS Iwo Jima, prime recovery ship for the mission. The
crewmen (left to right) Astronauts Fred Haise, lunar module pilot; John Swigert,
command module pilot; and James Lovell, commander -- were transported by
helicopter to the ship following a smooth splashdown only about 4 miles from the
Iwo Jima.  Splashdown occurred at 12:07:44 p.m. (CST), April 14, 1970, to conclude
safely a perilous space flight.
AS-13, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-70-34986

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition of fiber based paper with purple NASA detailed
description on reverse.

Description:  Description on reverse reads: 14 APRIL 1970, APOLLO 13 MCC  --  A
group of eight astronauts and flight controllers monitor the console activity in the
Mission Operations Control Room of the Mission Control Center during the
problem-plagued Apollo 13 lunar landing mission.  Seated, left to right are MOCR
Guidance Officer Raymond F. Teague; Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 prime
crew lunar module pilot; and astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., Apollo 14 prime crew
commander.  Standing, left to right, are Scientist-astronaut Anthony W. England;
Astronaut Joe H. Engle, Apollo 14 backup crew lunar module pilot; Astronaut
Eugene A. Cernan, Apollo 14 backup crew commander, Astronaut Ronald E. Evans,
Apollo 14 backup crew command module pilot; and M/.P. Frank, a Flight Controller.  
When this picture was made, the Apollo 13 moon landing had already been
cancelled, and the Apollo 13 crewmen were in transearth trajectory attempting to
bring their crippled spacecraft back home
.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-56058

Photo:  25 OCT  1969  --  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with blue NASA detailed
text.

Description:  Text on reverse reads:  APOLLO 12 LLTV TRAINING  -- Astronaut
Charles Conrad Jr., commander of the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission, sits in the
cockpit of a Lunar Landing Training Vehicle during a lunar simulated flight at
Ellington Air Force Base.  The LLTV is used to train Apollo crews in lunar landing
techniques.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-70-34852

Photo:  11 April 1970, 8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with blue NASA detailed text.

Description:  The Apollo 13 (spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508) space
vehicle lifts off from Pad A, Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center at 2:13
p.m., April 11, 1970.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-70-34855

Description:  The Apollo 13 (spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508) space
vehicle lifts off from Pad A, Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center at 2:13
p.m., April 11, 1970.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse along with blue NASA text.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-70-35471

Description:  17 APRIL 1970  -- Two flight controllers man consules in the Mission
Operations Control Center (MOCR) of the Mission Control Center (MCC) at MSC just
before Apollo 13 splashdown occurred in the South Pacific Ocean.  Though the
MOCR does not appear to be crowded in this photo, there was a very large crowd
of persons on hand for the splashdown and recovery operations coverage, but
most of the group crowed around in the rear of the room.  Apollo 13 splashdown
occurred at 12:07:44 p.m. (CST), April 17, 1970

Photo:  8 x 10 vintage photo with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse in excellent condition with blue NASA detail text.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-55367

Photo:  6 OCT  1969  --  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with blue NASA detailed
text.

Description:  Text on reverse reads:  APOLLO 12 EVA TRAINING  --  Two
members of the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission participate in lunar surface
extravehicular activity simulations in the Kennedy Space Center's Flight Crew
Training Building. Here, Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr. (on right), commander;
and Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, simulate a photographic inspection of the
unmanned Surveyor III spacecraft.  The inspection of surveyor III, which has been
resting on the Moon's Ocean of Storms since April, 1967, is an important
objective of the Apollo 12 mission. Selected pieces will be cut from Surveyor III
and brought back to Earth for scientific examination.
AS-12, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-69-55368

Photo:  6 OCT  1969  --  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with blue NASA detailed
text.

Description:  Text on reverse reads:  APOLLO 12 EVA TRAINING  --  Two
members of the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission participate in lunar surface
extravehicular activity simulations in the Kennedy Space Center's Flight Crew
Training Building. Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. (facing camera), commander;
simulates picking up samples.  Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot,
simulates photographic lunar rock sample documentation.
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