In 2019, we will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the man’s flight to the Moon. But there are people who believe that we have never been there. They believe that all of this is filmed in the studio. Why so? Let’s see. Continue reading That’s why we actually were on the Moon
These recently digitised conversations were published on the Internet Archive. This project includes also the most of audios from the Apollo 1, Apollo 13 and Gemini 8.
More than 8400 photos, from missions Apollo 7 up to Apollo 17 were uploaded to the Project Apollo Archive in the Flickr. This is all of images made by astronauts during they missions, including bad shots, and all of images are raw. Images were scanned in 1800 dpi.
On this image Buzz Aldrin preparing to make his step down the ladder.
The last spaceflight of an Apollo ship was at the same time the first joint United States–Russia flight. Also, this was the only flight of Donald (Deke) Slayton, NASA’s first Chief of the Astronaut Office.
This mission was launched on July 15, 1975. Two spaceships, American and Russian were docked and crews exchanged handshakes. Later were conducted joint scientific experiments.
This mission was a first step to the cooperative international work in space. This year the mission celebrates its 40th anniversary.