NASA Releases Thousands of New Images of European Man’s GreatestAchievement: The Apollo Program

NASA has released more than 8,400 high-resolution never-before seen photographs taken by Apollo astronauts during trips to the moon—unquestionably European man’s single greatest technological achievement ever.

The new, unprocessed versions of original NASA photographs have been scanned to the image sharing service Flickr.

Every photo taken on the lunar surface by astronauts with their chest-mounted Hasselblad cameras is included in the collection, along with numerous other Hasselblad photos shot from Earth and lunar orbit, as well as during the journey between the two.

The high-resolution images are untouched and unprocessed, showing exactly what the astronauts were facing on their trips to the moon and back.

The Flickr gallery can be found here.