Aritist Concepts of the Apollo 15 LRV Deployment
AS-15, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-86-11603

Description:   Apollo 15 Astronaut Jim Irwin working by the Lunar Rover at the end
of EVA 1.  

Photo:  8 x 10 in near perfect condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color  - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS14-66-9230

Description:   Apollo 14 EVA.  Alan Shepard, Apollo 14 Commander, shades his
eyes from the sun during the Apollo 14 extravehicular activity on the moon. 5-6 Feb
1971.  Ed took this photo of Al out the right-hand, LMP window. Al is shading his
eyes, probably looking up toward Cone Crater. Note the red stripe on the top of Al's
helmet. This and similar stripes on his arms and legs help distinguish him from Ed,
who has no stripes. This photo provides good views of Al's cuff checklist, his
Omega watch, and the strap-on pocket on his left thigh.

Photo:    8x10 in excellent condition with usual purple detailed NASA description on
the back with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-15,  Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS15-96-13087

Description: An oblique view of  the moon as photographed from the Apollo 15
spacecraft in lunar orbit.  'Southern Sea' and Craters Lyot and Humboldt taken
after transearth injection.

Photo:   Photo in good condition. "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS14-67-9389

Description:  Apollo 14 Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, LM Pilot, working on Moon.  Photo
taken by Astronaut Alan Shepard, Commander. Usual purple NASA description on
back, dated Feb. 5th, 1971.  Actual Photo much better then scanned image
showing greater detail. 8" X 10". Al's down-Sun "locator" to the ALSEP site for the
comprehensive sample collected on the way back to the LM after the ALSEP
deployment. Ed is coming to join Al and is carrying the extension handle. The
SIDE/CCIG are to the left of him. In the right foreground, note the smooth print left
by the MET and the deep toe-impression made by Al's boot.

Photo:  Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-71P-506 & 71H-1253

Description:  Alfred Worden relaxes in the life raft while awaiting helicopter pickup.
Worden was the first to leave the spacecraft and the last to be hoisted aboard the
helicopter. Aug 7, 1971.  

Photo:  8X10 in mint condition with blue NASA detailed description on back on a
fiber based paper.
AS-15, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID:  71-H-1252 & 108-KSC-71P-505

Description:  Apollo 15 recovery area. A U.S. Navy swimmer helps the Apollo 15
Mission Commander David Scott from the spacecraft into life raft during recovery
operations 333 miles north of Hawaii.  

Photo:  8X10 photo in mint condition with detailed description on reverse. A fiber
based paper.
AS-15, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:   AS15-91-12368

Description:  An oblique view of a portion of the large crater Posidonius at the
northeastern edge of the Sea of Serenity, as photographed from the Apollo 15
spacecraft in lunar orbit.  The much smaller crater nearby (Top) is Posidonius F.

Photo:   Photo in good condition.  "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14,  Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red  ID:  S-71-19500

Description:  Apollo 14 liftoff from Fra Mauro. In excellent condition. Apollo 14
Lunar Module lifts off the lunar surface. Power from the LM ascent stage during
the lift off scatters gold colored foil covering the LM and disturbs the U.S. flag. This
picture was taken from a film exposed by the 16mm Data Acquisition Camera
which was mounted inside the LM.  

Photo:  Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-71-41411

Description:  Nice panoramic view of the Apollo 15 liftoff. The 363-foot tall Apollo
15 (Spacecraft 112/Lunar Module 10/Saturn 510) space vehicle is launched from
Pad A of Launch Complex 39 at 9:34:00.79 a.m., July 26, 1971.

Photo:  Repeating  "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with no description
on back.
AS-14, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  S-71-19510

Description:  Apollo 14 astronaut Alan Shepard, foreground, walks toward the 14
extravehicular activity (EVA-1).

Photo:   8X10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed description on
reverse.  "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on verso.
AS-15, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-86-11602

Description:  Apollo 15 Astronaut Jim Irwin at the back of the Rover, St. George
Crater is in the distance behind him.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.


Launched 31 January 1971
Landed on Moon 5 February 1971
Returned to Earth 9 February 1971

Alan B. Shepard, Jr., commander
Stuart A. Roosa, command module pilot
Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot


Launched 26 July 1971
Landed on Moon 30 July 1971
Hadley Rille
Returned to Earth 7 August 1971
David R. Scott, commander
Alfred M. Worden, command module pilot
James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:   S-70-54119

Description:   High angle view at Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Centre,
showing the Apollo 14 (Spacecraft 110/Lunar Module 8/Saturn 509) space vehicle
on the way from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Pad A. The Saturn V stack and
its mobile launch tower sit atop the huge crawler-transporter as it inches it way up
the special built crawler-way.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.
AS-14, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:   AS14-66-9306

Description:   A front view of the Apollo 14 Lunar Module, which reflects a circular
Apollo 14 lunar mission. The unusual ball of light was said, by the astronauts, to
have a jewel-like appearance. At the extreme left the lower slope of Cone Crater
can be seen.

Photo:   8x10 with blue NASA detailed description on reverse with "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks.
AS-14, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS14-66-9340

Description:   A view from inside the Lunar Module following the second Apollo 14
extravehicular activity. At the left foreground is the Modularized Equipment
Transporter (MET). Tracks made by the two-wheeled Rickshaw-type cart can be
seen in the left background. The Apollo 35mm stereo close-up camera lies next to
the MET, near a shadow of the erectable S-band Antenna. The area is covered with
footprints made by Astronauts Alan B. Shepard JR., commander; and Edgar D.
Mitchell, lunar module pilot.

Photo:  8x10 in near mint condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS14-67-9367

Description:  The Apollo 14 Lunar Module (LM) as seen by the crewmen of the
Apollo 14 lunar landing mission, photographed against a brilliant sun glare during
the first extravehicular activity (EVA-1). A bright trail left in the lunar soil by the
two-wheeled Modularized Equipment Transporter (MET) leads from the LM.  

Photo:  Photo in excellent condition with purple detailed NASA description on
reverse with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-15, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-71-43202

Description:  Alfred M. Worden, command module pilot of the Apollo 15 mission,
floats in space outside of the spacecraft during his transearth extravehicular
activity. This picture was taken from a frame of motion picture film exposed by the
16mm Maurer camera mounted on the hatch of the Command Module.

Photo:  The Photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-88-11901

Description: The Lunar Roving Vehicle is photographed alone against the lunar
background during the Apollo 15 lunar surface extravehicular activity (EVA) at the
Hadley-Apennine landing site. This view is looking north. The west edge of Mount
Hadley is at the upper right edge of the picture. Mount Hadley is at the upper right
edge of the picture. It rises approximately 4,500 meters (about 14,765 feet) above
the plain. The most distant lunar feature visible approximately 25 kilometres
(about 15.5 statute miles) away.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-88-11972

Description:  The Apollo 15 CSM & SIM Bay seen from LM after un-docking.  
Interesting that both photos have the wrong red photo ID.  Photo should be
marked as AS15-88-11972 instead of  AS15-88-11872.

Photo (Left):   8 X 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-15 Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-87-11770

Description:  Cross-Sun from the north of the Station 4 boulder

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.  
AS-15 Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-88-11882

Description:  This picture shows the Rover deployment hardware. Of greater
interest is the damage to the engine bell that is clearly visible. This seems to have
been played down, but it's clear that it could have been a lot worse. Note the
jettison bag and other trash that the astronauts have tossed under the spacecraft.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo Red ID:   AS15-93-12636

Description:  Color photo of lunar surface taken by Alfred Worden during lunar
Orbit.

Photo:  Photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS14-66-9325

Description:  The third U.S. flag to be deployed on the lunar surface, footprints,
wheel tracks and Rickshaw-type portable workbench, as seen by the Apollo 14
crewmen from inside the Lunar Module, after a busy first extravehicular activity
period (EVA-1). The two-wheeled cart is the Apollo Modularized Equipment
Transporter (MET), covered with a sheet of foil material to protect the cameras
and rock box between EVAs

Photo:  Photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo

Photo: 8x10 in excellent condition and purple NASA detailed description on
reverse  with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.   This photo was taken by
the 16mm motion picture camera mounted on the lunar rover.

Description:  The Apollo 15 astronaut David Scott is shown placing a soil sample in
a container attached to the rover.  The Hadley Delta mountains are visible in the
background.
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AS-15, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID: AS15-82-11147

Photo:  8 x 10 on fiber based paper

Description:   Photo of St. George area taken with the 70mm Hasselblad camera.
AS-15, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo ID:  71-H-1227, Negative # 022013

Description:   A fantastic wide angle view from across the water of the Apollo 15
Saturn V as it lifts off from Pad A of Launch Complex 39.

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition with NASA Still Caption purple stamp
on reverse.  These photos with the still caption on reverse are more rare and
usually used for internal purposes.  Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color  - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS14-67-9376

Description:   Several components of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments
Package (ALSEP) are deployed in this photograph taken during the first Apollo 14
extravehicular activity (EVA-1). The larger object with antenna is the ALSEP  
Central Station. The Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) morter package assembly  
is to the rear left of the Central Station. The Charged Particle Lunar  Environmental
Experiment (CPLEE) is to the right rear of the Central Station.  A portion of the
Modularized Equipment Transporter (MET) can be seen in the  left foreground.

Photo:   8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed description on
reverse with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-15, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS15-88-11866

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

Description:   Astronaut James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, gives a military salute
while standing beside the deployed U.S. flag during the Apollo 15 lunar surface
extravehicular activity (EVA) at the Hadley-Apennine landing site. The flag was
deployed toward the end of EVA-2. The Lunar Module "Falcon" is partially visible on
the right. Hadley Delta in the background rises approximately 4,000 meters (about
13,124 feet) above the plain. The base of the mountain is approximately 5
kilometers (about 3 statute miles) away. This photograph was taken by Astronaut
David R. Scott, Apollo 15 commander.
AS-15, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS15-82-11168

Description:  Astronaut David R. Scott in front of the Lunar Roving Vehicle during
the Apollo 15 mission's third extravehicular activity (EVA-3). He is standing in  the
Hadley Delta. Note the footprints all around him.  

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent + condition on a fiber based paper.
AS-15, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-71-21326

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

Description:  These three astronauts are the prime crew of the Apollo 15 lunar
Scott, commander; and Alfred M. Worden, command module pilot.
AS-14, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: AS14-73-10187

Description:  Photo of the moon during the transearth coast.  Lunar features in the
photo are MARE CRISIUM, MARE NECTARIS, MARE TRANQUILLITATIS, TYCHO.  
Taken with the 70mm Hasselblad camera.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
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Apollo 15 - Vintage Color - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-71-39868

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

Description:  An artist's concept of the Apollo 15 Hadley-Apennine landing area
showing the two moon-exploring crewmen on a traverse in their Lunar Roving
Vehicle (LRV). The two figures represent Astronauts David R. Scott, commander,
and James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot. The Apollo 15 Lunar Module is in left
background.
Apollo 15 - Vintage B/W Glossy - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-71-38189

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

Description:  APOLLO 15 LRV DEPLOYMENT -- An artist's concept showing the
final steps of readying the Apollo 15 Lunar Rover Vehicle (LRV) or Rover 1 for
mobility on the lunar surface. Performing the last few LRV deployment tasks
here are, L.-R., Astronauts James Irwin, lunar module pilot, and David Scott,
Commander.  More specifically, the tasks depicted here include the setting up of
the seats and the total releasing of the LRV from the LM.
Apollo 15 - Vintage B/W Glossy - Artist Concept - NASA Photo ID: S-71-38189

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

Description:  APOLLO 15 LRV DEPLOYMENT -- An artist's concept showing the
Apollo 15 mission commander and the lunar module pilot performing early tasks
of deployment of the Lunar Rover Vehicle (LRV). The figure on the ladder
represents Astronaut James Irwin, lunar module pilot, who is pulling a release
mechanism to swing-out the LRV, now intact in its compartment on the LM.  
Astronaut David Scott, right, commander, assists in the deployment operation.
AS-15, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID:S-71-43542

Description:   The Apollo 15 Command Module touches down in the mid-Pacific
Ocean to conclude a successful lunar landing mission. Although causing no harm
to the crewmen, one of the three main parachutes failed to function properly. The
splashdown occurred at 3:45:53 p.m., August 7, 1971, some 330 miles north of
Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition with detailed blue NASA detailed text and
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-71-19473

Description:  9 February 1971 -- The Apollo 14 crewmen step aboard the U.S.S.
New Orleans, after exiting a U.S. Navy helicopter which retrieved the three from
their splashdown site not far away. From left to right are Astronauts Stuart A.
Roosa, Edgar D. Mitchell and Alan B. Shepard Jr.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse along with blue NASA detailed text.
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-71PC-149

Description:  9 February 1971 -- Astronauts Stuart Roosa, left, and Ed Mitchell
watch Apollo 14 Mission Commander Alan Shepard leave the spacecraft during
recovery operations after splashdown. The astronauts are wearing filtered masks
as part of their scheduled 21-day quarantine.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-71P-152

Description:  9 February 1971 -- Navy recovery pararescuman jumps into the
Pacific Ocean at the start of the Apollo 14 recovery operations.  The first step will
be to secure the flotation collar to the spacecraft to insure that the astronauts
inside will be safe from sinking until they can egress into the life rafts.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 108-KSC-71P-155

Description:  9 February 1971 -- The Apollo 14 Command Module splashes down
as the ten-day lunar landing mission comes to an end. The splashdown occurred
at 3:04:39 p.m., February 9, 1971, approximately 765 nautical miles south of
American Samoa less than a mile from their planned landing point.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.
AS-14, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: AS14-66-9232

Description:  Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., Apollo 14 commander, stands by the
deployed U.S. flag on the lunar surface during the early moments of the first
extravehicular activity (EVA-1) of the mission. Shadows of the Lunar Module,
Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, and the erectabel S-band Antenna
surround the scene of the third flag implanting to be performed on the lunar
surface.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: AS14-66-9304

Description:   Up-Sun, but without a great deal of glare, perhaps because part of
the LM shadow may be falling on Al's camera lens. Without the sun glare, we can
see some detail on the Cone Crater ridge. Flag, S-Band antenna, ladder, the LRRR
in the west footpad.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-15, Vintage Color Glossy -  NASA Photo Red  ID: AS15-88-11872

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

Description:   Down-Sun of the "Station 8" trench, which Jim dug late in EVA-2. Jim
took this series of trench documentation photos after he and Dave extracted the
deep core at the start of EVA-3.
AS-15, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID: AS15-85-11514

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

Description:   Astronaut David R. Scott, mission commander, standing on the slope
of Hadley Delta, uses a 70mm camera during Apollo 15 extravehicular activity
(EVA) on the lunar surface. He is some 10.5 miles (or 17.5 kilometers) from the
base of the Apennine Mountains seen in the background. Scott carries tongs in his
left hand. The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) or Rover is in the background. This view
is looking east.
AS-15, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS15-86-11601

Description:   31 July 1971 -- James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, works at the
Lunar Roving Vehicle during the first Apollo 15 lunar surface extravehicular activity
at the Hadley-Apennine landing site. A portion of the Lunar Module "Falcon" is on
the left. The un-deployed Laser Ranging Retro Reflector (LR-3) lies atop the LM's
Modular Equipment Stowage Assembly (MESA). This view is looking slightly west
of south. Hadley Delta and the Apennine Front are in the background to the left. St.
George crater is approximately 5 kilometres (about 3 statute miles) in the distance
behind Irwin's head.

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition  on a fiber based paper with repeating
"A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo 15 - Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 71-H-868

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

Description:  APOLLO 15 modified lunar module for the ninth manned Apollo crew.  
The members of the Apollo 15 prime crew are James Irwin, lunar module pilot;
David Scott, commander, and Alfred Worden, command module pilot.  Apollo 15 is
the fourth lunar landing mission and the first to use the Lunar Rover Vehicle to
transverse the lunar surface.  
AS-15, Vintage Color Glossy - NASA Photo Red ID: S-71-41999

Description:   7 August 1971 -- The Apollo 15 Command Module, with Astronauts
David R. Scott, Alfred M. Worden and James B. Irwin aboard, nears a safe
touchdown in the mid-Pacific Ocean to end a very successful lunar landing
mission. Although causing no harm to the crewmen, one of the three main
parachutes failed to function properly after deployment which made the
splashdown feel a bit harder for the crew.

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
Apollo 15 - Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: 71-H-819

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

Description:  Dated May 14, 1971:  reverse Reads:  Kennedy Space Center -- The
ninth manned Apollo crew (L-R_ Alfred M. Worden, Jr., command module pilot,
James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, and David R. Scott, commander were on hand
for the Apollo 15 roll out.  Apollo 15 is the fourth lunar landing mission, and the first
to use the Lunar Roving Vehicle to traverse the lunar surface.
( Last Photo Update: June 5, 2014 )
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-14,  Vintage B&W Photo -  NASA Photo ID:  71-H-356

Description:  Text on reverse reads, "Astronaut Edger D. Mitchell pauses during
the second extravehicular Activity period to unload one of the Apollo lunar hand
tools from the Modularized Equipment Transporter (MET).

Photo:  8 x 10 photo in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed text on reverse.
AS-14,  Vintage B&W Photo -  NASA Photo ID:  AS14-68-9451

Description:  Text on reverse reads: "Close-up view of a large boulder in the
boulder field located just northwest of the Lunar Module, as photographed by one
of the Apollo 14 astronauts during their extravehicular activity."

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed text on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color Photo -  NASA Photo ID:   S-70-55387

Description:   14 November 1970  -- Apollo Prime Crew - Stuart A Roosa, Alan B
Shepard and Edgar D Mitchell

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-71P-80

Description:   Test on reverse reads, " Apollo 14 Mission Commander Alan B.
Shepard, Jr., wave to well-wishers today as he and Astronauts Stuart A. Roosa,
center, and Edgar D. Mitchell walk through a hallway of the Manned Spacecraft
Operations Building after suiting up for their scheduled launch to the moon."

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA detailed
text on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-71P-92

Description:   Test on reverse reads, " Apollo 14 command service modules are
clearly visible in the view taken from the Mobile Service Structure as the latter is
removed from the 363-foot-high/Satuarn V space vehicle. The white room through
which the astronauts enter their spacecraft at the 320-foot-level of the mobile
launcher is clearly visible. The launch escape system, the needle-like structure
which is attached to the command or crew module, would rocket the astronauts
and their spacecraft away from the Saturn V rocket to safety in the event of a
mishap.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with blue NASA detailed
text on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage Color Photo -  NASA Photo ID:  S-71-18398

Description:   31 January 1971  --  View of the launch of the 363-foot tall Apollo 14
(spacecraft 110/Lunar Module 8/Saturn 509) space vehicle from Pad A, Launch
Complex 39, Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, at 4:03:02 p.m., January 31, 1971. This
wonderful view is framed by moss-covered dead trees in the dark foreground.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-14, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  AS14-68-9486

Description:   6 February 1971  --  A outstanding photo taken by Ed Mitchell looking
toward the LM, East South East, from Station H. You can see Al Shepard just to the
left of the LM with his back to us looking in the general direction of the LM and,
beyond it, towards Old Nameless.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent, near mint, condition on fiber based paper.
AS-14, Vintage Color Photo -  NASA Photo ID:  S-71-18753

Description:   5 February 1971  --  The Apollo 14 Command Module, with Astronauts
Alan B. Shepard JR., Stuart A. Roosa, and Edgar D. Mitchell aboard, approaches
touchdown in the South Pacific Ocean to end a ten-day lunar landing mission. The
splashdown occurred at 3:04:39 p.m., February 9, 1971, approximately 765
nautical miles south of American Samoa.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent, near mint, condition on fiber based paper with repeating
"A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
Apollo 15 - Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-71-16722

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

Description:  Two members of the Apollo 15 prime crew are shown with the Lunar
Roving Vehicle One-G trainer in bldg 5, Mission Simulation and Training Facility,
Manned Spacecraft Center. Astronaut David R. Scott (on right) is the Apollo 15
commander; and Astronaut James B. Irwin is the lunar module pilot. A Lunar
Roving Vehicle similar to this trainer will be used by Scott and Irwin during their
Apollo 15 lunar surface extravehicular activity.
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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