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N.A.S.A.

(1900 -  2000 )
N.A.S.A. The Mercury Seven

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions /May 20, 2016
759.90 - 1,013.20
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National Aeronautics And Space Administration

 

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 N.A.S.A. - Ranger Vii Photographs Of The Moon

N.A.S.A. - Ranger Vii Photographs Of The Moon

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Lot number: 72
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NASA Ranger VII Photographs of the Moon Parts I-3 (complete): Cameras A, B and P Series. Photographic Edition Complete set of 597 gelatin silver prints, those in Part 3 with 4 images, each 35 x 27.5cm (13 x 10 in), images 19 x 19.5cm (7 x 7 in), each numbered at top right and backed with fine linen as issued, first photograph in Part 2 with short tears to one edge, loose with 2 text booklets (of 3, lacking in Part 2), in three original cloth-covered boxes with flaps and closing studs, titles on upper covers, wear, creasing and scattered soiling to boxes, corners and spines slightly rubbed, splitting and cracking to side parts of Êmera A' box , folio, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, 27 August 1964 - 10 February 1965 The first close-up views of the moon. This boxed set was a costly production intended for the use of NASA scientists and for presentation. It had very limited distribution and is now extremely rare on the market; the only auction record we have traced is for Part 1 only, sold in these rooms 12 December 2011 (£4,000). A popular edition with lithographed plates appeared later in the year (NASA Special Publication-61). Ranger VII was the first completely successful flight of the series. The final approach to the Moon was on 31 July 1964 and its widest-angle Camera A, one of six onboard, was the first to transmit images. The mission objective was to obtain close-up, high resolution pictures of the lunar surface during the final 17 minutes of the flight before impact for the benefit of both the scientific and manned programmes. Pictures were transmitted as radio signals from the spacecraft to the receiving station at Goldstone, California, where they were recorded on magnetic tape and on 35-mm film. In the accompanying text to Part 1, Gerard Kuiper takes up the account: \“From the prime negative 35-mm film, a contact positive 35-mm film was produced. This positive was mounted in a specially prepared holder to avoid scratching the film during transport. The holder had a conventional glass lower plate and an upper plate of specially prepared glass to prevent Newton rings. Enlargements of all of the A camera frames were then made onto 8 x 10-in. sheets of Plus-X film, using a special enlarger; this device has the capability of reducing large density gradients over the field without reducing local contrasts. The 199 negatives so produced were then used to make the contact prints which comprise this atlas.\” The Glory of Science: Photographs, Books and Prints Thursday 14 September 2017, 2.00pm Bloomsbury London Bloomsbury House 24 Maddox Street London W1 S 1 PP Viewing Mon 11th September 9.30am - 5.30pm Tue 12th September 9.30am - 5.30pm Wed 13th September 9.30am - 5.30pm sale day from 9.30am
 N.A.S.A. - Mission Apollo 11 "visor Shot", Buzz Aldrin Sur Le Sol Lunaire

N.A.S.A. - Mission Apollo 11 "visor Shot", Buzz Aldrin Sur Le Sol Lunaire

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Lot number: 51
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NASA Mission Apollo 11 "Visor Shot", Buzz Aldrin sur le sol lunaire - 21 Juillet 1969 Épreuve en couleurs d''époque sur papier Kodak Légende NASA tapuscrite à l''encre rouge dans la marge h: 18,40 w: 17,80 cm Commentaire : Vintage C-print on Kodak paper; red NASA serial number in margin; 7.24 x 7.01 in.
 N.A.S.A. - Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. Walks On The Surface Of The Moon

N.A.S.A. - Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. Walks On The Surface Of The Moon

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Lot number: 144
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Lot 144: Nasa, Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. walks on the surface of the Moon, Apollo 11, 1969 Notes: VAT: Margin scheme Dimensions: 18.3 x 17.8 cm (20.4 x 25.4 cm) Artist or Maker: Nasa Literature: Ron Schick/Julia van Haaften, The view from space. American astronaut photography 1962 - 1972, New York 1988, ill. p. 8 Medium: Vintage chromogenic print on Kodak paper. Matted. Date: 1969
 N.A.S.A. - The Mercury Seven

N.A.S.A. - The Mercury Seven

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Lot number: 68
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NASA - The Mercury Seven, January 1961 Large-format vintage chromogenic print on fibre-based paper, “A Kodak Paper” watermark on verso, 27.8 x 35.6cm (11 x 14in.) Provenance: Collection of Donald “Deke” Slayton, with his EER Systems Corporation business card. NASA’’s first group of astronauts, all former military test pilots, standing by an F-106 Delta Dart supersonic interceptor aircraft. From left to right, Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper, John Glenn, Virgil Grissom, Walter Schirra, Alan Shepard and Donald Slayton.
 N.A.S.A. - Nasa Lunar Surveyor Mosaic For Day 021, Survey P. Sectors 19 And 20

N.A.S.A. - Nasa Lunar Surveyor Mosaic For Day 021, Survey P. Sectors 19 And 20

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Lot number: 212
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NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration] NASA Lunar Surveyor Mosaic for Day 021, Survey P. Sectors 19 and 20 , about 1966. Vintage gelatin silver prints stapled to U.S. Geological Survey mounting sheet, 30 1/4 x 14 1/4 inches (770 x 360 mm) with approximately 85 mounted gelatin silver prints, each annotated in black or white ink with an index number. Fine condition A remarkable composite image, redolent of the excitement of the first unmanned lunar landings, with a fine view of the lunar horizon. Since only around 200 usable examples of these Surveyor Moonscapes were successfully assembled (and only about 50% of these had clear imagery), they are without question among the most expensive photographs ever made since NASA spent millions of dollars on each one.
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