Every step of the Apollo missions were fraught with danger, few more so than the perilous descent and final splashdown in the ocean. The mere variation by a single degree in its descent would mean the command module could land hundreds, or even thousands of miles away from any waiting fleet or, worse still, on land where even its tough exterior could smash to pieces. Here Apollo 15 splashes down in the Pacific in dramatic fashion in 1971, 333 miles north of Hawaii.
Image size: 305mm x 235mm
Print size (including border): 505mm x 405mm
Limited Edition print run of 100
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