BLACK AND WHITE LUNAR SURFACE TELEVISION CAMERA
Replica of the television camera used to transmit images of Astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin as they made the first manned exploration of the Moon. The original camera is still on the Moon.
"That's one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind."
Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong
Tranquility Base , The Moon, July 20, 1969
Television image of astronaut Armstrong about to take a human's first step onto the lunar surface.
DATA ACQUISITION CAMERA AND LENSES
A modified 16mm movie camera used to obtain sequential photographs of crew activities during the flight of Apollo 11.
70mm HASSELBLAD CAMERA
This command module camera, carried on Apollo 11, was a simplified version of the commercial Hasselblad 500 EL motorized film advance camera. Used for color still photography, it could operate in the command module or in the vacuum of space.
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