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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Photograph Of Lunar Boot Prints And Experiments
NEIL ARMSTRONG TAKES THIS IMAGE JUST AFTER MAN’S FIRST WALK ON THE MOON
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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Photograph Of Lunar Boot Prints And Experiments
NEIL ARMSTRONG TAKES THIS IMAGE JUST AFTER MAN’S FIRST WALK ON THE MOON
Estimate
3,0005,000
JUMP TO LOT

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Vintage NASA “Red Number” Photograph Of Lunar Boot Prints And Experiments
NEIL ARMSTRONG TAKES THIS IMAGE JUST AFTER MAN’S FIRST WALK ON THE MOON
Vintage “NASA Red Number” color photograph, 8 by 10 inches with “A Kodak Paper” watermark on verso. The identification number “NASA AS11-37-5551” is printed in red near the upper left corner. A full frame Hasselblad photograph 7 inches square in size. Blue NASA text describing experiments and the moonwalk is on verso.
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INSCRIBED and SIGNED: “Post EVA, BUZZ ALDRIN, July 21, 1969.”

Neil Armstrong photographs the Moon’s surface from his commander station inside Lunar Module Eagle. Several small rocks and dozens of boot prints are clearly seen along a path toward the experiments (seismometer and laser reflector) that he and Aldrin had deployed during their moonwalk. Two thrusters from the ascent stage attitude control jets can be seen in the foreground.

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