APOLLO 7

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Apollospace® has the most comprehensive collection of fully restored and enhanced high resolution Apollo 7 flight images available!

The Hasselblad Flight Photographs

The Apollo 7 mission carried one 70MM Hasselblad camera and returned with 9 magazines of film.  A total of 539 exposures were taken during the mission, with 533 useable images: 35 on black & white film and 498 on color film. 

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Apollo 7 Magazine 3/M contains 47 color images: NASA IDs # AS07-03-1511 to AS07-03-1557.

This magazine primarily consists of photographs of the Saturn IV-B booster and the Earth during rendezvous with the command module.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Apollo 7 Magazine 4/N contains 56 color images: NASA IDs # AS07-04-1557a to AS07-04-1612.

This magazine primarily consists of photographs of the Saturn IV-B booster, the crew, and the Earth. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Apollo 7 Magazine 5/Q contains 62 color images: NASA IDs # AS07-05-1613 to AS07-05-1671.

This magazine consists of photographs of the Earth’s surface and limb.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Apollo 7 Magazine 6/O contains of 66 color images: NASA ID #s AS07-06-1672 to AS07-06-1737.

This magazine consists of photographs of the Earth’s surface and limb.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Apollo 7 Magazine 7/S contains 142 color images: NASA ID #s AS07-07-1738 to AS07-07-1879.

This magazine consists of photographs of the Earth’s surface and limb.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Magazine 8/R contains 64 color images: NASA ID #s AS07-08-1880 to AS07-08-1943.

This magazine consists of photographs of the Earth’s surface and limb.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Apollo 7 Magazine 9/V contains 5 black & white images: NASA ID #s AS07-09-1944 to AS07-09-1948.  Magazine 10/U contains  30 black & white images: NASA ID #s AS07-10-1949 to AS07-10-1978. (Magazines have been combined)

These magazines consist of  photographs of the Earth’s surface and limb.  Many are out of focus.

 

 

 


 

 

Magazine 11/P contains 65 color images: NASA ID #s AS07-11-1979 to AS07-11-2043.

This magazine consists of photographs of the Earth’s surface and limb.

 

 

 

 


Photo credits for all Apollo 7 Hasselblad flight photographs: NASA/JSC/ASU/Apollospace.

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The Apollo 7 Flight Images Collection

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The Apollo 7 Mission Overview

Crew

• Walter Schirra Jr., Commander
• R. Walter Cunningham, Lunar Module Pilot
• Donn F. Eisele, Command Module Pilot

Launch and vehicle

• Oct. 11, 1968
• Launch Complex 34
• Saturn-IB AS-205 launch vehicle

Orbit

• Earth Orbits: 163 revolutions
• Duration: 10 days, 20 hours, 9 minutes
• Distance Travelled: 4,546,918.3 miles

Splashdown

• Oct. 22, 1968
• Atlantic Ocean
• Recovery Ship: USS Essex

Mission Objectives

• Demonstrate Command and Service Module (CSM) and crew performance;
• Demonstrate crew, space vehicle and mission support facilities performance during a crewed CSM mission; and
• Demonstrate CSM rendezvous capability.

Mission Accomplishments

• First Block II CSM
• First crewed CSM mission
• First three-person American crew
• First live TV downlink

Document Resources

Vintage Apollo 7 Photography Index

Apollo-7-Photo-Index

Clean Apollo 7 Photography Index

Apollo 7 Photo Index New