Apollo tribute series from 35mm TV photographs

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Apollo tribute series from 35mm TV photographs
« on: January 27, 2019, 02:36:48 PM »
A slideshow of scans from 35mm slides used to photograph a TV screen. Slides borrowed from a collectspace member Bill to preserve them for future generations.

Hopefully this will bring some people back to the glory days of the USA space program, and perhaps television. Source scans are 5K.

There are several hundreds more slide in this collection, covering Apollo 8 through 17. Currently scanning through Apollo 10. Also found within the playlist is a slideshow of Apollo 15 TV broadcast slides.

Some can be found here https://archive.org/details/thirdpartyspacephotos under the 'Collectspace-2' designator.

More scans and videos will be uploaded.

Enjoy.




https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzPIUNzNOoxkteXJIppW3Y1nrJunFoCHe
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Re: Apollo tribute series from 35mm TV photographs
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2020, 11:01:34 AM »
A slideshow of scans from 35mm slides used to photograph a TV screen. Slides borrowed from a collectspace member Bill to preserve them for future generations.

Hopefully this will bring some people back to the glory days of the USA space program, and perhaps television. Source scans are 5K.

There are several hundreds more slide in this collection, covering Apollo 8 through 17. Currently scanning through Apollo 10. Also found within the playlist is a slideshow of Apollo 15 TV broadcast slides.

Some can be found here https://archive.org/details/thirdpartyspacephotos https://bigbucket.co/nordvpn/​​ https://chateasy.me/chatrandom/ under the 'Collectspace-2' designator.

More scans and videos will be uploaded.

Enjoy.




https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzPIUNzNOoxkteXJIppW3Y1nrJunFoCHe

Before any Apollo mission flew, NASA dealt with a major tragedy on Jan. 27, 1967. As the first Apollo crew – Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee – were conducting a simulation on the launch pad in Florida, a flash fire broke out in their capsule. In the 100 percent oxygen atmosphere NASA was then using, the fire spread quickly and killed all three.
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