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Find the perfect print to add to your walls. Explore a selection of more than 200 meticulously restored and previously unseen photographs, from the renowned Apollo Space Program, shot by the Apollo astronauts on their modified Hasselblad cameras taken into space between 1968 and 1972. These museum-quality prints and framed prints are available in a variety of sizes and finishes.
Choose from our framed prints, ready to display on your wall, or our premium photo prints, which are rolled and ready to be placed in a frame of your choice.
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On Christmas Eve 1968, the Apollo 8 spacecraft orbited the Moon, and the astronauts on board, Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders, became the first humans to see the Earth as a whole, rising over the lunar horizon. The "Earthrise" photograph taken by the astronauts shows the earth as a small, blue-and-white sphere surrounded by the blackness of space and the moon's gray surface.
This photograph has been widely used in environmental campaigns and is a symbol of the earth's fragility and the need to protect the planet. It has also been used to demonstrate the "overview effect," the sense of awe and perspective that astronauts experience when seeing the earth from space. The "Earthrise" photograph is one of the most widely distributed images in human history and has had a significant impact on how we view the earth and our place in the universe.