William Anders

Half-moon first seen by humans from another perspective from Earth

December 21-27, 1968

Unreleased photograph, large-format presentation vintage chromogenic print on fiber-based Kodak paper, with “A Kodak Paper” watermarks and two stamps on the verso reading “McDonnell Douglas: Box 516, Saint Louis, Missouri 63166” and “D4C58502”.
28 x 35.6cm (11 x 14in)
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Half of the Moon photographed with the 250mm telephoto lens for the first time by humans from a perspective not visible from Earth after transEarth injection, with part of the lunar farside visible.

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