GEMINI AND APOLLO HASSELBLAD POSITIVES.
A group of film strips of duplicate positives from various Hasselblad magazines taken during the Gemini 4, Apollo 8, and Apollo 9 missions. Over 200 individual frames. Segments contain an average of 10 Hasselblad frames and are all housed inside protective sleeves. Most Apollo images have their associated Apollo frame number printed below the film sprocket holes.
The Gemini 4 images feature Earth terrain photography from magazine 8 and others. Apollo 8 positives feature Earth images from deep space, some with different camera lens filters. Apollo 9 includes images of the crew members inside the Command Module, Rusty Schweickart's spacewalk (EVA), orbital views of the Lunar Module, and Earth orbital images. Additionally there are S065 Experiment images: Multispectral Terrain Photography. The S065 Experiment consisted of an array of four Hasselblad cameras with each using a different combination of lens filters and film types.