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    Apollo 11 Hasselblad image from film magazine 40/S - EVA

    Brulama, u.griebel, and 219 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. bobmonmon...... photographer? 38 months ago | reply

      I remember one of the first photos of Apollo 11

    2. langeslay 38 months ago | reply

      the iconic photo

    3. skygreene 37 months ago | reply

      this is so amazing. i love nasa for hosting all the high rez images. please continue to explore the cosmos!

    4. pix3lographie_Aix 37 months ago | reply

      I always love this photo :)

    5. h.coelho@btinternet.com 30 months ago | reply

      the shadows are very strange..look at the visor reflections..please explain

    6. jimperkin 28 months ago | reply

      Great to see all the extra frames along with these well known ones .......it adds to the whole story. It would have been nice if the scans included the frame rebate to show any stock code / frame advance numbers etc? The rebate is also useful to help diagnose certain errors during the film processing stage and or external damage like fogging by radiation.
      Keep up the good work!

    7. signasaurus 28 months ago | reply

      People who comment about the shadows not being right need to learn about perspective.

    8. The Art Of Graham 26 months ago | reply

      Henry JW Coelho, the shadow in the astronaut's visor is his own shadow. It looks elongated because of the convex shape of the visor.

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