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Man on the Moon

In line with NASA’s own goals of promoting 
interest in and understanding of space exploration, 
we seek to exhibit our unique archive of photographs
 and related space artefacts as widely as possible. 

Our principal exhibition, “Man on the Moon” opened 
in July 2009 as part of the International Year of 
Astronomy and plans are now under way to tour it 
to galleries and Science Centres throughout the UK
 and Europe in 2010/11.  You can see the complete exhibition by clicking on the button on the left.

NEWS !
NASA to host Man on the Moon Exhibition

Key elements of the Man on the Moon exhibition are to be included in a major new show on the history of the Apollo missions to be held at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston from December, including photography by Steve Pyke, film screenings of Nichola Bruce’s award-winning documentary “Moonbug” as well as key items from the Fairley Archive.

“Man on the Moon - Apollo Remembered” will be the principal exhibition displayed in the Johnson Space Center’s Astronaut Gallery, and will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the final Apollo lunar mission, Apollo 17, led by Commander Gene Cernan. 

Work is also under way to then tour the exhibition to further galleries and science centers throughout the USA.

Help support the exhibition NOW – 
for updates, prints, posters & our exclusive new book visit:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1000925937/moonbug-0?ref=live


Under Development

We currently have two further exhibitions under development: the first, “Moscow Calling” looks at how the Soviet Union portrayed space and its exploration programme during the years of the space race, where the USSR sought to beat the Americans at being the first country to place a man on the moon.

A further exhibition, “Science fiction, science fact”  looks at how the fantasy ideas of the 1970s of how we might be living in space in the future have actually transpired, and the impact they had on the gadgets, satellites and space stations that now influence our everyday lives.

Our exhibitions can be tailored to suit your own programming and gallery or exhibition hall specifications. Works displayed can be available for sale, with commission, or simply display exhibition, according to your requirements. 

Click on the links to view the exhibition details and specifications, and if you’d like to discuss precise terms and dates, don’t hesitate to contact us direct by email or telephone by clicking the link above.http://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/home/index.htmlhttp://www.pyke-eye.com/http://www.moonbugthefilm.com/http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1000925937/moonbug-0?ref=livehttp://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/home/index.htmlshapeimage_10_link_0shapeimage_10_link_1shapeimage_10_link_2shapeimage_10_link_3