Man on the moon
 
 

On the 21st July 1969, man first stepped onto the moon’s surface – one of the greatest achievements of the twentieth century.


With stunning visual imagery, exhibitions, talks and education resources, we seek to bring this most historic endeavour to life – so you can share in the majesty of space and even own your own part of history.


Based on our unique archive of certified NASA photography, we have faithfully restored hundreds of original images dating from the very earliest NASA and Soviet space missions. Browsing our galleries you’ll find some of the most historic images known to man – and many other rare photographs from the golden era of space exploration. Reproduced to the highest quality, these are now available for purchase as museum-quality fine art prints.


Via our Projects programme we collaborate with internationally-renowned artists also working in the field to bring this unique period in history to life through exhibitions, film, musical performance and literature.


Our education resources offer students and enthusiasts alike an insight into the events of man’s quest to explore the universe both via this site and through our educational talks and seminars held at schools, colleges and science centres in the UK and beyond.

 
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