Above: credit to NASA for this feature image.Cameras have been there at every step of our discoveries in outer space. We consider the significance of photographic technologies beyond earth.The Apollo 50th celebrations occurring earlier this month marked Apollo 11’s historic flight to the moon back in 1969.Since then, space exploration has continued to flourish, with broader investigations of other planets in our solar system too.Photographing the lunar legacyThe lunar legacy that has since followed American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin as they became the first humans on the moon on 20 July 1969, has been immortalised through the lens of a camera.The moon landing is now one of the most iconic scenes in both US and world history thanks to the media tools that were chosen…
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