Thousands of high-resolution (3200DPI) Apollo images scanned by NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
Here (in no particular order) are about sixty of my favourites picked from a quick trip through the 9,200 on offer!
The project’s lead, Kipp Teague, told The Planetary Society that the collection includes every single photo taken on the moon’s surface, along with those from the voyage there and back. His Apollo Archives project reprocessed the photos so they were higher resolution before posting them online in Flickr albums. — BI
- The Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project (LOIRP) is a project to digitise the original analog data tapes from the five Lunar Orbiter spacecraft that were sent to the Moon in 1966 and 1967.
- What does the red swoosh in NASA’s ‘meatball’ logo mean?
- Stunning 4K timelapse of Earth from the ISS
- Gordon Ugarkovic’s pictures of Saturn and her moons