Harrison Schmitt KC-135 Training Photos
Apollo 16 recovery operation Photo Set
Apollo 17 Lunar Liftoff Sequence
PLUM CRATER SET







  APOLLO 16 LRV COLOR & B/W SET
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-113-18339

Description:  (21 April 1972) --- Astronaut John W. Young, commander of the Apollo
16 lunar landing mission, leaps from the lunar surface as he salutes the United
States flag at the Descartes landing site during the first Apollo 16 extravehicular
activity (EVA-1). Astronaut Charles M. Duke, Jr., lunar module pilot, took this
picture. The Lunar Module (LM) "Orion" is on the left. The Lunar Roving Vehicle
(LRV) is parked beside the LM. The object behind Young (in the shade of the LM) is
the Far Ultraviolet Camera/Spectrograph. Stone Mountain dominates the
background in this lunar scene.

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition. "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS17-147-22476

Description:  Apollo 17 photo was taken from the LM window prior to the first
EVA. Below the horizon, continuing clockwise, RCS thruster.

Photo:  The 8x10 is in excellent condition.  A fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-16,  Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-114-18423

Description:   21 April 1972- Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot, is
photographed collecting lunar samples at Station No. 1, during the first Apollo 16
extravehicular activity (EVA-1), at the Descartes landing site. This picture,
looking eastward, was taken by astronaut John W. Young, commander. Duke is
standing at the rim of Plum crater. The parked Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) can be
seen in the left background. While astronaut's Young and Duke descended in the
Lunar Module (LM) "Orion" to explore the Descartes highlands region of the
Moon, astronaut Thomas K. Mattingly II, command module pilot, remained with
the Command and Service Modules (CSM) "Casper" in lunar orbit.

Photo:   8X10 in excellent condition.  One of my favorites. "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS17-152-23399

Description:  Apollo 17 SIM Bay EVA. Taken during Ron Evans EVA as he worked
at the SIM Bay.  Ron's EVA was done during the transearth coast. 17 December
1972.

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-17,  Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS17-146-22347

Description:  Jack Schmitt standing next to the Lunar Rover Vehicle (LRV). East
Massif. Taken during EVA-3.  

Photo:  Photo is 8X10 in excellent condition.  A fiber based paper with repeating
"A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-116-18649

Description: Apollo 14 astronaut Charlie Duke collecting a lunar sample. Astronaut
Charles Duke examines surface of boulder at North Ray crater.  8 X 10 in excellent
condition.  Actual photo much better showing greater detail.

Photo:   Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-72P-209

Description: Detailed blue NASA description on back with "meatball" logo .
Released June 8, 1972. Apollo 17 commander Eugene Cernan is suited for
extravehicular activity (EVA) training at the Kennedy Space Center in preparation
for the sixth U.S. Manned lunar landing mission.

Photo:  8X10 photo is in nearly mint condition. Fiber based paper with no
watermarks.
AS-16, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo ID:  AS16-113-18294

Description:  Apollo 16 Pre-landing photo of the CSM (Casper) from the LM and, in
the background on the lunar surface, hilly terrain near the northwest rim of Valier
(174.5 E / 6.8 N).  

Photo:  No description on back. Fiber based paper with "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS16-113-18332

Description:  This picture shows how some of the panels on the rear surface of
the deflector on the northeast corner of the spacecraft. 8X10 in excellent condition
and more detailed than the image shows.

Photo:  Repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with no description.


Launched 16 April 1972
Landed on Moon 20 April 1972
Descartes
Returned to Earth 27 April 1972

John W. Young, commander
Thomas K. Mattingly II, command module pilot
Charles M. Duke, Jr., lunar module pilot

Launched 07 December 1972
Landed on Moon 11 December 1972
Taurus-Littrow
Returned to Earth 19 December 1972

Eugene A. Cernan, commander
Ronald E. Evans, command module pilot
Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar module pilot
AS-17, Vintage B/W Glossy  - NASA Photo ID:   72-HC-891

Description: Apollo 17 Mission Commander Eugene Cernan says goodbye to
closeout team member in white room prior to entering spacecraft.

Photo:  Photo is in near mint condition with blue NASA detailed description on
reverse and repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-16, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:   AS16-106-17340

Description:  John W. Young, commander of the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission, is
photographed collecting lunar samples near North Ray crater during the third
Apollo 16 extravehicular activity at the Descartes landing site. Young is using the
lunar surface rake and a set of tongs. The Lunar Roving Vehicle is parked in the
field of large boulders in the background.

Photo:  Photo in excellent condition on a nice fiber based paper.
AS-16, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  AS16-109-17804

Description:  John W. Young stands on the rim of Plum crater while collecting
lunar rock samples at Station No.1 during the first Apollo 16 extravehicular
activity at the Descartes landing site. This scene, looking eastward, was
photographed by Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot. The small
boulder in the centrer foreground was chip sampled by the crewmen. Plum
crater is 40 meters in diameter and 10 meters deep. The Lunar Roving Vehicle is
parked on the far rim of local vertical sun angle, scale, and lunar colour, is
deployed in the centre of the picture. Young holds a geological hammer in his
right hand.

Photo:  Excellent condition on a nice fiber based paper.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-114-18388

Description: Astronaut John W. Young, commander of the Apollo 16 lunar landing
mission, stands at the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP)
deployment site during the first Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-1) at the
lunar surface drill is just behind and to the right of Young. The drill's rack and bore
stems are to the left. The three sensor Lunar Surface Magnetometer is beyond the
rack. The dark object in the right background is the Radioisotope Thermoelectric
Generator (RTG). Between the RTG and the drill is the Heat Flow Experiment. A part
of the Central Station is at the right center edge of the picture.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color  - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS16-107-17446

Description:  Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot of the Apollo 16 lunar landing
mission, stands near the Lunar Roving Vehicle at Station no. 4, near Stone
Mountain, during the second Apollo 16 extravehicular activity at the Descartes
landing site. Light rays from South Ray crater can be seen at upper left. The
gnomon, which is used as a photographic reference to establish local vertical Sun
angle, scale, and lunar colour, is deployed in the centre foreground. Note angularity
of the rocks in the area.

Photo:  In excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-107-17473

Description:  Charlie Duke and the Lunar Roving Vehicle appears to be in a deep
lunar depression on the slope of Stone Mountain in this photograph of the lunar
scene at Station no. 4, taken during the second Apollo 16 extravehicular activity at
the Descartes landing site. A sample collection bag is in the right foreground.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   S-72-37002 / 72-H-608

Description:  The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) gets a speed workout by Astronaut John W. Young in the "Grand
Prix" run during the third Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-3) at the Descartes landing site. This view is a
frame from motion picture film exposed by a 16mm Maurer camera held by Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr.

Photo (Upper Right):   Vintage color photo in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.

Photo (Lower Left):  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "This Paper Manufactured By Kodak"
watermarks on reverse along with detailed blue NASA text.

Photo (Lower Right):  Vintage B/W glossy photo is in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed description on
reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   S-72-50438

Description:  Apollo 17 Prime Crew. NASA's Official Portrait of Apollo 17 of
astronauts Harrison H Schmitt, Ronald E Evans and Eugene A Cernan.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:   S-72-55070

Description:  A excellent view of the night time launch of the Apollo 17
Spacecraft 114 Lunar Module 12 Saturn 512. The only night launch of the Saturn
V stack in the Apollo program.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo Red ID:  S-72-37001

Description:  Thomas (Ken) Mattingly, command module pilot of the Apollo 16 lunar
landing mission, performs extravehicular activity during the Apollo 16 transearth
coast. Ken is assisted by Astronaut Charlie Duke during the EVA. Mattingly
inspected the SIM bay of the Service Module, and retrieved film from the Mapping
and Panoramic cameras. Note that Ken is wearing the helmet of Astronaut John
W. Young with the commanders red stripe. This view is a frame from motion
picture film exposed by the 16mm Maurer camera.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS17-151-23123

Description:  Photo taken from the CSM during lunar orbit prior to the undocking
of the LM. Magazine 151/OO (Color) CSM Lunar orbit. LM undocking for descent.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS16-118-18883

Description:   A couple of hours after Trans Lunar Insertion (TLI) the Apollo
Command Service Module (CSM) separated from the third stage, turned 180
degrees, and docked with the Lunar Module (LM) which rode below the CSM during
launch. The CSM and LM then separated from the third stage (S-IVB). This photo
shows the S-IVB stage after separation of the LM. This stage was used twice
during the mission: first in a 2.5 min burn for the orbit insertion after second stage
cutoff, and later for the trans lunar injection (TLI) burn, lasting about 6 mins.

Photo:  The 8x10 is in excellent condition with repeating " A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-117-18848

Description:  Lunar Experiment, Solar Wind Collector (SWC).

Photo:  The 8x10 is in excellent condition with repeating " A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-119-19158

Description:  

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS17-134-20473

Description:   The Earth appears in the far distant background above the hi-gain
antenna of the lunar roving vehicle in this photograph taken by
Scientist-Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt during the third Apollo 17 extravehicular
activity (EVA-3) at the Taurus-Littrow landing site. Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan,
Apollo 17 commander, stands beside the LRV. Schmitt is the mission's lunar
module pilot.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:   AS17-152-23402

Description:   Ron Evans works at the SIM Bay, having retrieved the large film
canister tethered at his waist. Ron's EVA was done during the transearth coast.
17 December 1972.  You can see the crescent earth in the background.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.  The photo and the red serial number on the front are
reverse for some reason.
AS-16, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-115-18549

Description:   The Apollo 16 Lunar Module "Orion" is photographed from a
distance by Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot, aboard the moving
Lunar Roving Vehicle. Astronauts Duke and John W. Young, commander, were
returning from the excursion to Stone Mountain during the second Apollo 16
extravehicular activity (EVA-2). The RCA color television camera mounted on the
LRV is in the foreground. A portion of the LRV's high-gain antenna is at top left.
Smoky Mountain rises behind the LM in this north-looking view at the Descartes
landing site.

Photo:  Photo is in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
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AS-17, Vintage B/W Glossy, NASA Photo ID:  72-H-1412

Description:  Apollo 17, Lunar Module Pilot, Cr. Harrison Schmitt deploys a
geophone of the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment into the sun surface during
a training session.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with purple NASA
detailed description on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  AS17-137-20990

Description:   A view of the area at Station 4 (Shorty Crater) showing the now
highly-publicized orange soil which the Apollo 17 crewmen found on the Moon
during the second Apollo 17 extravehicular activity (EVA-2) at the Taurus-Littrow
landing site. The tripod-like object is the gnomon and photometric chart
assembly which is used as a photographic reference to establish local vertical
Sun angle, scale and lunar colour. The Gnomon is one of the Apollo lunar geology
hand tools.

Photo:   8 X 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: 107-KSC-72PC-184

Description:  The Apollo 16 Saturn V space vehicle carrying astronauts John
Young, Thomas Mattingly and Charles Duke, lifted of to the Moon at 12:54 p.m. EST
April 16, 1972, from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A.

Photo:  8 X 10 in good condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on
reverse with purple NASA detailed description.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:   AS17-137-20979

Description:   A close-up view of the lunar roving vehicle (LRV) at the Apollo 17
Taurus-Littrow landing site extravehicular activity (EVA). Note the makeshift
repair arrangement on the right rear fender of the LRV. During EVA-1 a hammer
got underneath the fender and a part of it was knocked off. Following a
suggestion from Astronaut John W. Young in Mission Control Center at Houston,
the crewmen repaired the fender early in EVA-2 using lunar maps and clamps
from the optical

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S16-115-18559

Description:   Charlie duke was at the LM at the end of EVA-2 when he took this
picture of John Young on the Rover as he prepared to drive back from the ALSEP
site.

Photo:  8x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-72PC-645 & 72HC-905

Description:   Apollo 17 Pacific Recovery Area - Main elements of Apollo 17
recovery Operations highlight this view shortly after splashdown at 2:25 PM EST
today.  They are: the Apollo 17 spacecraft, prime recovery helicopter and prime
recovery vessel, the USS Ticonderoga.  It took about an hour from time
astronauts Eugene A Cernan, Ronald E. Evans and Harrison H. Schmitt were
transferred from Spacecraft splashdown point to the recovery vessel.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed text on reverse
with repeating " THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK" watermarks.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS16-107-17420

Description:   Charlie begins a pan taken north of the LM with this frame showing
part of the U.S. flag on the left and the Solar Wind Collector (SWC) at center.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS17-134-20426

Description:   Scientist-Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt collects lunar rake
samples at Station 1 during the first Apollo 17 extravehicular activity (EVA-1) at
the Taurus-Littrow landing site. This picture was taken by Astronaut Eugene
Cernan, Apollo 17 commander. Schmitt is the lunar module pilot. The lunar rake,
An Apollo lunar geology hand tool, is used to collect discrete samples of rocks
and rock chips ranging in size from one-half inch (1.3 cm) to one inch (2.5 cm).

Photo:   8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: S-72-39929

Description:  Apollo 17 Geology Training - Apollo 17 prime crewmen study small
rock samples collected during a geological field trip to Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
 Astronauts Eugene Cernan, right, commander, and Harrison Schmitt, are
scheduled as the moon-exploring crewmen of the sixth and last Apollo lunar
landing mission.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent to mint condition on fiber based paper with purple
NASA detailed description on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage B/W Glossy - NASA Photo ID: AS16-112-18234

Description:   A view of the rim of South Ray crater photographed with a 500mm
lens from Station no.4 -- the highest point on the traverse up Stone Mountain --
during the second Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-2) at the Descartes
landing site. South Ray crater was a "fresh" source of angular ejecta in the Lunar
Module-Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package area and for samples at
Station No.8.

Photo:  8 x 10 in almost mint condition on a fiber based paper.  
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-72-55423 & S-72-55421

Photo (Left):  8 x 10 in good condition on fiber based paper with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on the reverse.

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

Description:   The Apollo 17 lunar module (LM) "Challenger" ascent stage makes its liftoff from the lunar surface, as seen
in this reproduction taken from a color television transmission made by the color RCA TV camera mounted on the  lunar
roving vehicle. The LM liftoff was at 188:01:36 ground elapsed time,  4:54:36 p.m., Thursday, December 14, 1972. The LM
descent stage is used as a  launching platform and remains behind on the Moon.  
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: AS17-146-22294

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

Description:  Scientist-Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt is photographed standing
next to a huge, split boulder at Station 6 (base of North Massif) during the third
Apollo 17 extravehicular activity (EVA-3) at the Taurus-Littrow landing site  on the
Moon. Notice the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) in the left foreground.  Schmitt is
the Apollo 17 lunar module pilot. This picture was taken by  Astronaut Eugene A.
Cernan, commander.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS16-107-17437

Photo:  8 x 10 vintage photo in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  Wrong Red # on front.

Description:  A view of the Lunar Module (LM) "Orion" and Lunar Roving Vehicle
(LRV), as photographed by Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot,
during the first Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-1) at the Descartes landing
site. Astronaut John W. Young, commander, can be seen directly behind the LRV.
The lunar surface feature in the left background is Stone Mountain.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-72-35351

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

Description:  An overall view of activity in the Mission Operations Control Room in
the Mission Control Center on the first day of the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission.
This picture was taken during television coverage transmitted from the Apollo 16
spacecraft on its way to the Moon. The TV monitor in the background shows how
the Apollo 16 astronauts viewed the Earth from 7,500 nautical miles away.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS17-134-20454

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

Description:  Scientist-Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt is photographed seated in
the Lunar
Roving Vehicle (LRV) at Station 9 (Van Serg Crater) during the third Apollo 17
extravehicular activity (EVA-3) at the Taurus-Littrow landing site. This
photograph was taken by Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, crew commander.
AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS17-145-22254

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

Description:   A view of the Apollo 17 command and service modules
photographed from the lunar module (LM) Challenger during rendezvous and
docking maneuvers in lunar  orbit. The LM ascent stage, with astronauts Eugene
A. Cernan and Harrison H.  Schmitt aboard, had just returned from the
Taurus-Littrow landing site on the  lunar surface. Note the exposed Scientific
Instrument Module (SIM) bay in  sector 1 of the service module. Three
experiments are carried in the  bay: S-209 lunar sounder, S-171 infrared
scanning
spectrometer, and the S-169  far-ultraviolet spectrometer. Also mounted in the
SIM bay are the panoramic  camera, mapping camera and laser altimeter used in
service module  photographic tasks. A portion of the LM is on the right.  
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AS-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: AS17-140-21388

Photo:  A near mint condition 8 x 10 vintage photo on a fiber based paper with
purple NASA detailed text on reverse along with repeating "A KODAK PAPER"
watermarks.  Signed by Astronaut Cernan, and he added "Apollo XVII".

Description:  Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, Apollo 17 mission commander, walks
toward the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during extravehicular activity (EVA) at the
Taurus-Littrow landing site of the final Apollo lunar landing mission. The  
photograph was taken by astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar module pilot.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-118-19010

Description:  Feature(s):  Lunar surface North of Colombo.  Taken in Lunar orbit
with a 70mm Hasselblad camera.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-120-19301

Description:  21 April 1972 - A fine view of the lunar surface as taken from the
Apollo 16 CM while in lunar orbit with a 70mm Hasselblad camera. This photo was
taken when the spacecraft was about 76 miles above the lunar surface.

Craters Gassendi, Gassendi A and Gassendi B are featured at 16 deg South
latitude and 40.5 deg West longitude.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  S-72-35614

Description:  The flame from the Apollo 16 Lunar Module "Orion" ascent stage
engine creates a kaleidoscope effect during lunar liftoff, as seen in this
reproduction taken from a color television transmission made by the RCA color TV
camera mounted on the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) (35163); Apollo 16 LM "Orion"
ascent stage makes its liftoff from the lunar surface at 175:44 ground elapsed
time, 7:26 p.m., April 23, 1972 (35164).

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse along with blue NASA descriptive text.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-116-18607

Description:  Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., Apollo 16 lunar module pilot, works at
front of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) parked in this rock field at a North Ray
crater geological site during the Mission's third extravehicular activity (EVA-3) on
April 23, 1972. Astronaut John W. Young, commander, took this picture with a
70mm Hasselblad camera.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID: 72-H-412

Description:   The huge, 363-feet tall Apollo 16 (Spacecraft 113/Lunar Module
11/Saturn 511)  space vehicle is launched from Pad A, Launch Complex 39,
Kennedy Space Center  (KSC), Florida, at 12:54:00.569 p.m., April 16, 1972. The
launch is framed on  the left by a large piece of dead wood in a body of water near
the launch  pad.

Photo:  8X10 in excellent condition with blue NASA detailed description on reverse
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks.
AS-17, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  72-H-1220

Description:  28 August 1972 --- The Apollo 17 crew share a light moment before
they board the crawler-transporter to ride with their Saturn V space vehicle to it
final launch position 3.5 miles down the crawler-way track.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed text on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage B/W Glossy -  NASA Photo ID:  AS16-108-17622

Description:  22 April 1972 --- Astronaut John W. Young, commander of the Apollo
16 lunar landing mission, reaches for tools in the Apollo lunar hand tool carrier at
the aft end of the Lunar Roving Vehicle during the second Apollo 16 extravehicular
activity (EVA-2) at the Descartes landing site. This photograph was taken by
Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot. This view is looking south from
the base of Stone Mountain.

Photo:  The photo is in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with blue NASA
detailed text on reverse.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:  AS16-114-18455

Description:   This frame from John's Station 10/ALSEP pan shows the LM beyond
the Rover taken with a 70mm Hasselblad camera.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse along with blue NASA detailed text.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: AS16-107-17436

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


Description:  21 April 1972 -- A view of the Lunar Module "Orion" and Lunar Roving
Vehicle (LRV), as photographed by Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module
pilot, during the first Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-1) at the Descartes
landing site. Astronaut John W. Young can be seen directly behind the LRV. The
lunar surface feature in the left background is Stone Mountain.

Photo was taken at 143:13:18 into the mission. This frame is part of a pan that
Charlie took at the start of EVA-2. It shows the LM, MESA, Rover. John is beyond
the Rover collecting a rock sample. On the left side of the image, as shown in a
detail, we see the empty Quad III Payload Pallet compartment where the UV
camera was stowed. The thermal blanket that covered the compartment hangs
down from the bottom. As indicated on page 194 of the Final Lunar Surface
Procedures document, the LRV Aft Pallet was stowed to the left of the Payload
Pallet.
AS-16, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo Red ID:  S-72-35612

Descartes landing site, as seen in the reproduction taken from a color television
transmission made by the color TV camera mounted on the Lunar Roving Vehicle.
Note the U.S. flag deployed on the left. This picture was made during the second
Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-2).

Photo:  8 X 10 photo in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with "A KODAK
PAPER" watermarks on reverse and blue NASA detailed text.
AS-17, Vintage Color -  NASA Photo Red ID:   AS17-137-20977

Description:   Showing the LVR 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-17, Vintage Color - NASA Photo ID:  108-KSC-72PC-650

Description:   19 December 1972  --  The three Apollo 17 crew members arrive
aboard the prime recovery ship, the U.S.S. Ticonderoga, to successfully
conclude the final lunar landing mission in NASA's Apollo program. They are
astronauts Eugene A. Cernan (waving), Harrison H. Schmitt (on Cernan's left),
and Ronald E. Evans (standing in back). VIP's, dignitaries, officials and Navy
personnel gave the three crew men a red-carpet welcome. Apollo 17 splashed
down at 1:24:59 p.m. (CST), December 19, 1972, about 350 nautical miles
southeast of Samoa.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with purple NASA detailed text on reverse
with repeating " THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK" watermarks.
AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-71-51261

Description:  October 1971. Portrait of Astronaut John W. Young

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse with blue NASA description.
( Last Photo Update: August 25, 2013)
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-16, Vintage Color-  NASA Photo Red ID:  72-HC-324 & 72-HC-325

Description:  27 April 1972 -- Oh the right, The Apollo 16 Command Module is photographed in the waters of the
central Pacific Ocean during recovery operations. Navy divers are seen just starting to open the spacecraft's
hatch moments after Splashdown. The prime recovery ship, U.S.S. Ticonderoga, is in the background and a
recovery helicopter hovers overhead. The splashdown occurred at 2:45:06 p.m., Thursday, April 27, 1972, at
coordinates of 00:45.2 degrees south latitude and 156:11.4 degrees west longitude, a point approximately 215
miles southeast of Christmas Island.


Photo (Both) :  8 x 10's in excellent condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse along with blue NASA
detail text.
AS-16, Vintage B&W photo - NASA Photo ID: 72-H-347

Description:  Reverse reads:  Astronaut Thomas K. Mattingly II (right foreground),
command module pilot of the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission, participates in
extravihicular activity training in Building 5 at the Manned Spacecraft Center.  
Mattingly is scheduled to perform EVA during the Apollo 16 journey home from the
Moon.  Astronaut John W. Young, commander, can be seen in the left background.  
In the right background is the astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot.  
They are inside the Apollo Command Module Mission Simulator.  While Mattingly
remains in the Apollo 16 Command and Service Modules in lunar orbit, Young and
Duke will descend in the Lunar Module to the Moon's Descartes landing site.

Photo:  8 X 10 in excellent condition with repeating with blue NASA description on
reverse..
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AS-16, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID:  AS16-113-18342

Description: Charlie Duke's formal salute early in EVA-1. Stone Mountain is in the
background.

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition with "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.
AS-17, Vintage Color, NASA Photo ID:  S-72-50268 & S-72-50269

Description:  Scientist-Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar module pilot of the Apollo 17  lunar landing mission,
simulates preparing to deploy the Surface Electrical  Properties Experiment during lunar surface extravehicular
activity (EVA)  simulation training under one-sixth gravity conditions aboard a U.S. Air  Force KC-135 aircraft.     

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