EXPLORE THE NASA PROJECT APOLLO PHOTO ARCHIVE

Explore The NASA Project Apollo Photo Archive
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EXPLORE THE NASA PROJECT APOLLO PHOTO ARCHIVE



Written by Don't Panic
05 Monday 05th October 2015

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Kipp Teague is an archivist who has spent the past 10 years cataloguing the numerous photos taken during NASA expeditions. He's now uploaded over 8,400 of them to the Poject Apollo Archive Flickr. Speaking to Planetary.org, Teague said:

"Around 2004, Johnson Space Center began re-scanning the original Apollo Hasseelblad camera film magazines, and Eric Jones and I began obtaining TIFF (uncompressed, high-resolution) versions of these new scans on DVD," he said. "These images were processed for inclusion on our websites, including adjusting color and brightness levels, and reducing the images in size to about 1000 dpi (dots per inch) for the high-resolution versions."

Explore the Flickr here, and check out some of the shots below:


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