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Aldrin and lunar module on moon
type C photograph
39.0 × 48.8 cm (image and sheet)
Place/s of Execution
printed in silver on paper label (in image) l.r.: HASSELBLAD
printed on support reverse c.: 36 / Moving towards the lunar module, Edwin Aldrin leaves his / footprints clearly imprinted in the lunar soil - prints that / will remain forever on the lunar surface as no winds blew / on the moon. After a visit of two hours and twenty minutes, / during which time astronauts Aldrin and Armstrong set out / experimental equipment, gathered rock samples and took / photographs, they were ready for the lunar lift-off. Astro- / naut Neil Armstrong took this photo on July 20, 1969. / Hasselblad 500EL Data Camera with reseau plate, and Zeiss Biogon f.5.6/60mm lens. Printed in Sweden by AB Inplastor / (text repeated in Swedish / German / French) / COURTESY OF NASA
Accession Number
International Photography
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented by Photimport, 1971
This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of the Bowness Family Foundation
Gallery location
Not on display