Apollo Apollo 9 & 11, Hasselblad positives, 32 strips
Lot 105
APOLLO 9 & 11. Group of 32 short strips of duplicate positives from the astronauts' Hasselblad cameras, March 3-July 24, 1969,
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APOLLO 9 & 11.
Group of 32 short strips of duplicate positives from the astronauts' Hasselblad cameras, March 3-July 24, 1969, the strips mostly 23 x 2¾ inches (580 x 70 mm) overall, approximately 280 frames in all.

Apollo 9 images include: one of the two spacewalks; the Command Module; the Lunar Module awaiting extraction from the SIV-B stage. Apollo 11 images include: Buzz Aldrin hammering in a core-sample tube; the Lunar Module Eagle from afar; and the Apollo Lunar Surface Closeup Camera in front of a small crater; the lunar surface from orbit.
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