Project Apollo Archive

October 5th, 2015 | Space

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 9

Kipp Teague is a Virginia-based space enthusiast who has been collecting and cataloging NASA content since 1999. The Project Apollo Archive is the result of the almost 2 decade effort which serves as “an online reference source and repository of digital images pertaining to the historic manned lunar landing program.”

It’s a large collection, but I’ll feature some of my favorites from each Apollo Mission here, starting with…

Apollo 7

(Color) Earth Orbit; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 7
Apollo 7 Hasselblad image from film magazine 3/M – Earth Orbit

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Apollo 7 Hasselblad image from film magazine 4/N – Earth Orbit


Apollo 8

(B&W) Lunar Orbit, Trans-Earth Coast; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 8

Apollo 8 Hasselblad image from film magazine 13/E – Lunar Orbit, Trans-Earth Coast

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Apollo 8 Hasselblad image from film magazine 13/E – Lunar Orbit, Trans-Earth Coast


Apollo 9

(Color) Earth Orbit, EVA; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

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Apollo 9 Hasselblad image from film magazine 19/A – Earth Orbit; EVA

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Apollo 9 Hasselblad image from film magazine 20/E – Earth orbit, EVA

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Apollo 9 Hasselblad image from film magazine 21/B – Earth orbit, LM test flight


Apollo 10

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 10

Apollo 10 Hasselblad image from film magazine 35/U – Lunar Orbit, Trans-Earth Coast


 

Apollo 11

(Color) Trans-Lunar Coast; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 11

Apollo 11 Hasselblad image from film magazine 36/N – Trans-Lunar


Apollo 12

(Color) EVA-1; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 12

Apollo 12 Hasselblad image from film magazine 46/Y – EVA-1

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Apollo 12 Hasselblad image from film magazine 47/V – EVA-1

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Apollo 12 Hasselblad image from film magazine 49/Z – EVA-2


Apollo 13

(B&W) Lunar Module undocking prior to re-entry; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 13

Apollo 13 Hasselblad image from film magazine 59/R – Transfer from LM to CM; LM undocking prior to reentry


Apollo 14

(B&W) Post-Landing; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 14

(B&W) Post-Landing; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 14 - 2

(Processed) Apollo 14 Hasselblad image from film magazine 72/L – LM extraction, Lunar orbit


Apollo 15

(B&W) EVA-2; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 15

Apollo 15 Hasselblad image from film magazine 90/PP – EVA-2


Apollo 16

(B&W) EVA-3; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 16

Apollo 16 Hasselblad image from film magazine 106/K – EVA-3


Apollo 17

(Color) EVA-1 & 3; NASA photographs; unprocessed 1800 dpi Hasselblad film scans by Johnson Space Center, circa 2005

Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 17 - 1

Apollo 17 Hasselblad image from film magazine 134/B – EVA-1 & 3

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Apollo 17 Hasselblad image from film magazine 134/B – EVA-1 & 3


Anyway, there are many more that you can find on the Project Apollo Archive here.

Have fun!

-RSB

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