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Vintage NASA Photos Show Golden Age of Space Travel

A new exhibition brings together some of the most iconic images taken by the men, women and machines of NASA over a period of 20 years from 1964.

. The collection of vintage prints, many stamped with NASA catalog numbers, includes photographs from the Gemini, Apollo, Mars Viking and Jupiter Voyager missions.
Here, Ed White is seen on a spacewalk over Hawaii during the Gemini 4 mission in June 1965. James McDivitt / NASA via Breese Little

. Gemini 6 & 7, December 1965. Thomas Stafford / NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 8, December 1968: Earthrise, the first ever witnessed by human eyes. William Anders / NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 9, March 1969: David Scott climbs through the open hatch of the Command Module. Russell Schweickart / NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 11, July 1969: Liftoff seen from the top of the launch gantry. NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 11, July 1969: Buzz Aldrin's gold-plated visor reflects Neil Armstrong and the Lunar Module. Neil Armstrong / NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 12, November 1969: Eclipse of the Sun by the Earth. NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 15, August 1971: David Scott and the Lunar Rover. James Irwin / NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 17, December 1972: Liftoff of the last lunar mission. NASA via Breese Little

. Voyager 1, 1980: View of Saturn. NASA via Breese Little

. Skylab 3, August 1973: Owen Garriott working outside the spacecraft. NASA via Breese Little

. Apollo 4, November 1967: Crescent Earth from 10,000 miles.

The exhibition For All Mankind: Vintage NASA Photographs 1964 – 1983 is on display at Breese Little gallery in London through Feb. 22, 2014. NASA via Breese Little