NASA fine art prints


The archive photographs reproduced in the exhibition derive from an extraordinary personal collection of the late Peter Fairley, the former science correspondent for Independent Television News.

Working from original transparencies developed by NASA during the space race, “Man on the Moon” offers an extremely rare opportunity for any photography or space enthusiast to view – and own – a print of exceptional quality created directly from its original source. Only through the advent of new technology and scanning processes can these prints now be made, and all come with their own certificate of authenticity, confirming their origin and NASA picture details.

The photographs have all been carefully restored from original transparencies forwarded to Fairley by NASA in the 1960s and 70s for his subsequent use for broadcast and media coverage, and form one of the largest collections of NASA photography outside the Administration worldwide.

All photographs are reproduced by kind permission from the National Aeronautical Space Administration and are subject to the conditions placed upon all NASA photography worldwide. Details of the permissions granted by NASA can be obtained on request.

Prints are copyright, Fairley Archive of Space Exploration.

All prints are for sale, framed or unframed and postage and packing can be arranged either via your own gallery/organisation or separately.

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