Apollospace® proudly presents the most comprehensive collection of fully restored and enhanced Apollo flight images at the highest quality and resolution available!

Includes 2 hours of exclusive Apollo Astronaut Interviews

Apollo 7, Apollo 8, Apollo 9, and Apollo 10 Mission Photographs

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Each and every image on The Apollo Flight Images USBs have been painstakingly cropped and corrected for color, tone, and contrast and cleaned of all blemishes including dust, hairs, scan lines, emulsion spots, streaks, scratches, stray reflections, and other flaws.

More than an historical record of one of the greatest accomplishments in human history, these images are also art.   Each photograph appearing on this USB was taken by a human hand and with a human eye.  50 years later, each one been restored, corrected, and enhanced with a human eye as well, to be as visually pleasing as they are historically and naturally accurate.

These special commemorative Apollo Flight Images Collection USB flash drives contain the complete catalog of every photograph taken by the Apollo astronauts during these historic missions – fully restored and enhanced at the highest quality and resolution available!

Featuring exclusive documentary films!

Included in this lot of four complete mission photography archives (Apollo 7, Apollo 8, Apollo 9, and Apollo 10) are three exclusive short films featuring the reflections of Apollo astronauts. The Apollo Reflections films look back at the memories and imagery of the Apollo era as well as the influences the Apollo Program had on those who participated in it. Experience the wonder of Apollo and space exploration through the stories of people who were there.

Apollo 7 Mission Flight Images Collection

Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission to fly.

539 high resolution flight images from the historic Apollo 7 Mission – every image photographed by astronauts during this historic mission – fully restored and enhanced at the highest quality and resolution available!

All images contained on this USB measure 5000 x 5000 pixels at 300 dpi.  The individual image files on this USB are huge – averaging over 20 megabytes in size each.

The 539 flight images contained on this USB together total more than 11 gigabytes in size.

PLUS: Reflections: Apollo 7 in Pictures and Words, with Walt Cunningham

Created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo era, beginning with the launch of Apollo 7 in October, 1968, the first film in the series was released in October, 2018 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 7. “Reflections: Apollo 7 in Pictures and Words,” features the best Apollo 7 photography and archival media described by the sole remaining crewman from that mission: Apollo 7 astronaut Walt Cunningham. In this 23 minute film, released on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 7 launch on October 11, 2018, Walt reflects on his NASA career, some of his favorite Apollo images, and the future of spaceflight. The interview with Walt was shot in 4K at his home on August 30, 2018. The film runs 23 minutes.

Apollo 8 Mission Flight Images Collection

Apollo 8, the second manned Apollo mission and the first to venture to the moon.

866 high resolution flight images from the historic Apollo 8 Mission – every image photographed by astronauts during this historic mission – fully restored and enhanced at the highest quality and resolution available!

All images measure 5200 x 5200 pixels at 300 dpi, with photo credits to: NASA/JSC/ASU/Apollospace

The 866 flight images contained on this USB together total more than 11 gigabytes in size.

Apollo 9 Mission Flight Images Collection

Apollo 9, the first full stack Saturn V manned Apollo mission and first to fly the Lunar Module.

1378 high resolution flight images from the historic Apollo 9 Mission – every image photographed by astronauts during this historic mission – fully restored and enhanced at the highest quality and resolution available!

Each JPEG image on this commemorative USB collection measures 5200 x 5200 pixels at 300 dpi.  The individual image files on this USB are huge – averaging over 20 megabytes in size each.

The 1378 flight images contained on this USB together total more than 26 gigabytes in size … That’s enough to fill 7 DVDs!

PLUS: Rusty Schweickart: Apollo 9 & Beyond

Our fourth film in the “Apollo Reflections” series, this one featuring Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart, Apollo 9 Lunar Module Pilot. In this profoundly beautiful and moving film, Apollo 9 Astronaut Rusty Schweickart discusses the Apollo 9 mission, his life-altering spacewalk, and our cosmic birth. Rusty describes testing the Lunar Module, the first true spaceship that would four months later land men on the moon; his historic spacewalk, the first EVA of the Apollo era; and the incredible beauty of the Earth from space.

Beyond the Apollo 9 mission itself, Rusty goes much deeper to explore the philosophical and evolutionary implications of humanity’s first steps into the cosmos, describing the powerful effects of his “five minutes” alone on the Lunar Module porch as he observed the Earth below and pondered the big questions of existence – questions he would come to answer back on Earth. The film is in 4K with a run time of 48 minutes.

Praise for “Rusty Schweickart: Apollo 9 & Beyond”:

“Astronaut Rusty Schweickart’s story is one of the great ones, and the way this film [“Rusty Schweickart: Apollo 9 & Beyond”] tells the story has its own greatness,” – Stewart Brand, co-founder of Long Now Foundation and creator and editor of the Whole Earth Catalog (National Book Award).

“What was the real meaning of Apollo? The big meaning? That’s what I asked myself anticipating the 50th anniversary of that historic moment. Jeremy Theoret captured it in this film… this is what I believe. No small challenge.”Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart.

“I am proud and honored to have been helpful in producing the beautiful piece of art that is this film. From the music to the visuals to what comes out of the mind of an amazing human being, this is a seamless and for me deeply emotional work that is a major contribution to the annals of space and also human history … You have produced something very special with this … What I get from it cannot be measured in any form of currency … I want to savor the incredibly warm feeling this film has given me, thank you for that gift.” – Martin Lollar, crowdfunding executive producer of the film.

Apollo 10 Mission Flight Images Collection

Apollo 10, the second manned Apollo mission to orbit the Moon and the final Dress “rehearsal” before the manned landing of Apollo 11.

1442 high resolution flight images from the historic Apollo 10 Mission – every image photographed by astronauts during this historic mission – fully restored and enhanced at the highest quality and resolution available!

Color photo magazines (27N, 34M, and 35U) measure 5200 x 5200 pixels at 300 dpi. Black & white photo magazines (28O, 29P, 30Q, 31R, 32S, and 33T) measure 4000 x 4000 pixels at 300 dpi.

The 1442 flight images contained on this USB together total more than 13 gigabytes in size.

PLUS: Apollo Reflections: The General on Gemini & Apollo

Our third short in the “Apollo Reflections” series, “Apollo Reflections: The General on Gemini & Apollo” features Gemini and Apollo astronaut Gen. Tom Stafford.

In the film General Stafford discusses all four of his missions, from his first, GT-6, which featured the first rendezvous of two spacecraft in orbit, to his last, the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) and the first docking of two international spacecraft. In between, he confronted angry alligators, endured spacewalks from hell, barnstormed the moon, brought a tumbling spaceship back under control, and became (as he remains to this day) the fastest man alive. Stafford also discusses his childhood inspirations, the significance and legacy of Apollo, the lessons and implications for humanity for international cooperation, seeing the Earth from space, and his thoughts on the future.
The interview was shot in 4K on May 19, 2019, at Gen. Stafford’s name-sake museum and at a public event at his alma mater high school in Weatherford, OK, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his Apollo 10 flight. The film runs approximately 45 minutes. 

Below is a short demo showing how to open the Apollospace Apollo Flight Images USB cards:

 

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