N.A.S.A.

XX-XXI Century - Artworks
N.A.S.A. Satelite In Earth's Orbit Taken From Gemini 8, March 1966; Crater Daedalus On The Dark Side Of The Moon, Apollo 11

Galerie Bassenge /Dec 3, 2014
400.00 - 600.00
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 N.A.S.A. - Lunar Orbiter Iv—giant Suite Of Images

N.A.S.A. - Lunar Orbiter Iv—giant Suite Of Images

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Lot number: 45
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LUNAR ORBITER IV—GIANT SUITE OF IMAGES Together 151 gelatin silver prints, each 10 x 10 inches. Partial suite of high resolution shots of images IV-5 through IV-195. Numerous photos marked NASA LRC for NASA Langley Research Center. Several photos hand labelled as " REPANELED. " An incredible assemblage, showing partial views of nearly every crater on the near side of the moon, including Kepler, Goddard, Joliot-Curie, Ptolemaeus, and Mercator to name but a few. The Lunar Orbiter program was a series of five unmanned lunar orbiter missions launched by the United States from 1966 through 1967 for the purposes of selecting a landing site for the Apollo missions. "The prime objective ... was to photograph the entire front side of the Moon at a resolution considerably better than is possible from Earth" (James S. Martin, Deputy Lunar Orbiter Project Manager; see Cortright p 109). Lunar Orbiter IV was intended to perform a wide-reaching and systematic photographic survey of lunar surface features in order to increase the scientific knowledge of their nature, origin, and processes, and to serve as a basis for selecting sites for more detailed scientific study by later orbital and landing missions. Initial photography by Lunar Orbiter IV began on May 11, 1967, at an orbit of 2,706 by 6,111 km with an inclination of 85.5 degrees and a period of 12 hours. Problems began almost immediately when the camera's thermal door began to respond poorly to commands to open and close, leading to fears the door could become stuck in the closed position, blocking the camera. The door was left open and extra attitude control maneuvers were made to correct for light leakage into the camera. Nevertheless, On May 13 it was discovered that light leakage was damaging some of the film and the door was tested and partially closed, only for some lens fogging to occur as a side effect of the attitudinal changes. Finally, problems with the readout drive mechanism starting and stopping from May 20 resulted in a decision to terminate the photographic portion of the mission on May 26. Nevertheless, the entire film was read and transmitted for a total of 419 high-resolution and 127 medium-resolution frames covering 99% of the Moon's near side at resolutions from 58 to 134 meters. Its mission complete, Lunar Orbiter IV was used for tracking until it crashed into the lunar surface through natural decay of its orbit by October 31. This highly important collection comprises a significant proportion of Lunar Orbiter IV's high resolution images and was an essential part of the preparations for the first manned Moon landings two years later. Complete inventory of images available upon request.
 N.A.S.A. - Sunset From Space, Gemini 3

N.A.S.A. - Sunset From Space, Gemini 3

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Sunset from Space, Gemini 3, March 1965 Vintage chromogenic print on fibre-based Kodak paper, 20.3 x 25.4cm (8 x 10in), “A Kodak Paper” watermark on verso, numbered NASA S-65-18752 in black in top margin From the Earth to the Moon: Vintage NASA Photographs Thursday 26 February 2015, 10.30am Bloomsbury London Bloomsbury House 24 Maddox Street London W1S 1PP Viewing 22nd February 2015 11.00am-4.00pm 23rd February 2015 9.30am-5.30pm 24th February 2015 9.30am-5.30pm 25th February 2015 9.30am-8.00pm Day of sale from 9.30am
 N.A.S.A. - Nasa, Astronaut Ed White During His Eva, Gemini Iv

N.A.S.A. - Nasa, Astronaut Ed White During His Eva, Gemini Iv

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Lot 100: NASA, Astronaut Ed White During his EVA, Gemini IV, 1965 Description: C-print on Kodak paper In space, just above the Moon, 1965 Photograph taken by James McDivitt (b. 1929) - Former US-American astronaut Mission Gemini IV Inscribed verso in pencil '+3 m', 'λ-5t' and 'GEMINI 4' Depiction: 19.2 x 20.3 cm Very good condition The photograph shows Ed White floating in space as the first US-American astronaut The NASA-photograph shows the former Air Force officer Ed White tethered to the Gemini VI spacecraft during his EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity). He was the first American, who moved outside a spaceship on June 3, 1965. The photograph was taken by the fellow astronaut James McDivitt. Photographs of the astronaut White are very are, because he passed away already in 1967 together with the astronauts Gus Grisson and Roger Chaffee during a pre-launch test of the first manned Apollo mission. The photograph is verso inscribed in pencil '+3 m', 'λ-5t' and 'GEMINI 4'. In sidelight some minimal unevenness on the surface is visible. The photograph is besides that in very good condition. The depiction measures 19.2 x 20.3 cm and the dimensions of the sheet are 20.5 x 25.4 cm. (tm)
 N.A.S.A. - Satelite In Earth's Orbit Taken From Gemini 8, March 1966; Crater Daedalus On The Dark Side Of The Moon, Apollo 11

N.A.S.A. - Satelite In Earth's Orbit Taken From Gemini 8, March 1966; Crater Daedalus On The Dark Side Of The Moon, Apollo 11

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Satelite in Earth's orbit taken from Gemini 8, March 1966; Crater Daedalus on the dark side of the Moon, Apollo 11. July, 1969. 2 vintage chromogenic prints on Kodak paper. 19,2 x 19,2 cm (20,5 x 25,3 cm). Second print with NASA number AS11-44-6609 in the negative in margin upper left. Some edge wear, slight surface irregularities/scuff marks, otherwise in very good condition. NASA
 N.A.S.A. - Southview Of The Lunar Farside From The Apollo 8 Spacecraft

N.A.S.A. - Southview Of The Lunar Farside From The Apollo 8 Spacecraft

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Lot number: 230
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NASA Southview of the lunar farside from the Apollo 8 spacecraft. The picture is located at about 160 degrees west longitude, December 1968. Northwest view of the moon’’’’s Sea of Tranquility from Apollo 8. Earth View. Both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, Apollo 8, 22 December 1968. Oblique view of the lunar surface taken from Apollo 8, 22 December 1968. View of the Crater Langrenus from Apollo 8, December 1968. Six épreuves argentiques couleurs d’’’’époque sur papier Kodak. Numéros NASA 68-H-1397, 68-H-1400, AS8-16-2588, AS8-14-2392, AS8-16-2588 et AS8-16-2615 à l’’’’encre dans la marge. Légendes NASA imprimées et tampon de collection aux versos. Format moyen : 20,5 x 25,2 cm avec marges Provenance : collection Jacques Tiziou
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