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Nasa. LARGE FORMAT. The first Earth survey observed from the Moon by the Apollo 8 Mission. This historic image is the first view of the Earth from the Moon taken by Apollo 8 astronauts on Christmas Eve 1968. Commander Frank Borman first immortalized the scene with black and white photographic film. Capturing its historical character, he rotated the control module while control module pilot Jim Lovell captured the scene on colour film. It was the first time a human had ever seen the Earth from the Moon. 1968. Period chromogenic print. Numbering on the front. Caption on back label. 40.6 x 40.6cm with margins.

NASA. WIDE FORMAT. The first survey of Earth seen from the Moon by the Apollo mission 8. This is the first historical image of the Earth seen from the moon captured by astronauts on the Apollo 8 Mission Christmas Eve 1968. The commander Frank Borman of first immortalized the scene with photographic film Black and White. Grabbing its historic character, he swung the command module while the driver Jim Lovell control unit captured him the scene on a color film. It was the first time that a human could see the Earth from the Moon. 1968.tirage chromogenic period. Dial on the front. Legend rear label. 40.6 x 40,6cm with margins.
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