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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Of The Iconic Image Of Aldrin On The Moon
THE MOST RECOGNIZED LUNAR PHOTOGRAPH IN HISTORY PRINTED JUST AFTER THE 1969 FLIGHT
Estimate
6,0009,000
LOT SOLD. 7,500 USD
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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Of The Iconic Image Of Aldrin On The Moon
THE MOST RECOGNIZED LUNAR PHOTOGRAPH IN HISTORY PRINTED JUST AFTER THE 1969 FLIGHT
Estimate
6,0009,000
LOT SOLD. 7,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Of The Iconic Image Of Aldrin On The Moon
THE MOST RECOGNIZED LUNAR PHOTOGRAPH IN HISTORY PRINTED JUST AFTER THE 1969 FLIGHT
Vintage color photograph, 8 by 10 inches with “A Kodak Paper” watermark on verso. A full frame Hasselblad photograph 7 inches square in size illustrated below the identification number of “NASA AS11-40-5903” which is printed in red near the upper left corner.
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BOLDLY SIGNED by BUZZ ALDRIN.

Buzz Aldrin pauses on the lunar landscape known as the Sea of Tranquility while Neil Armstrong takes his photograph. This full frame images shows part of Lunar Module Eagle’s footpad and bent landing probe which is wrapped in gold thermal protection material. Armstrong’s image can be seen in the reflection of Aldrin’s helmet visor.

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