Apollo mission enthusiasts are in for a treat as thousands of photos from NASA’s lunar missions have been uploaded to Flickr. The Apollo Archives, a project led by Kipp Teague, is a collection of over 13,000 high-resolution images from the Apollo missions, meticulously scanned from the original film rolls. The archive offers an unparalleled look at the Apollo missions, from the mundane to the extraordinary, capturing everything from astronauts’ meals to the iconic moon landing images. The project’s goal is to provide a comprehensive and accessible record of the Apollo missions, making history accessible to all. The images are not just for space buffs but are a testament to human achievement and exploration. The Apollo Archives is a treasure trove of lunar exploration, providing a unique glimpse into one of humanity’s greatest feats.

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