1. Apollo 15 splashdown, 07/07/1971

S71-43542 — NASA

    Apollo 15 splashdown, 07/07/1971

    S71-43542 — NASA

  2. Aurora Australis or “southern lights” recorded by a crewmember aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery during the STS-114 mission, 06/08/05

STS114-332-031 — NASA

    Aurora Australis or “southern lights” recorded by a crewmember aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery during the STS-114 mission, 06/08/05

    STS114-332-031 — NASA

  3. A wide-angle view of the activity in the Mission Operations Control Room during the landing of the Apollo 15 Lunar Module on the moon.

S71-41424 — NASA

    A wide-angle view of the activity in the Mission Operations Control Room during the landing of the Apollo 15 Lunar Module on the moon.

    S71-41424 — NASA

  4. Astronaut Dale A. Gardner holds up a “For Sale” sign refering to the two satellites, Palapa B-2 and Westar 6 that were retrieved from orbit after their Payload Assist Modules failed to fire, 14/11/1984

GPN-2000-001036 — NASA

    Astronaut Dale A. Gardner holds up a “For Sale” sign refering to the two satellites, Palapa B-2 and Westar 6 that were retrieved from orbit after their Payload Assist Modules failed to fire, 14/11/1984

    GPN-2000-001036 — NASA

  5. 1960s Man In Silver Astronaut Space Suit And Helmet

© H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Corbis

    1960s Man In Silver Astronaut Space Suit And Helmet

    © H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Corbis

  6. Astronaut Anna Fisher

John Bryson, Time & Life Pictures, published Life Magazine, May 1985

    Astronaut Anna Fisher

    John Bryson, Time & Life Pictures, published Life Magazine, May 1985

    (Source: mydelineatedlife.blogspot.com)

  7. Air to air tracking views of the Challenger during launch of STS-7 mission, 18/06/1983

S83-35620 — NASA

    Air to air tracking views of the Challenger during launch of STS-7 mission, 18/06/1983

    S83-35620 — NASA

    (Source: nasa.gov)

  8. “The Eagle Flies High”, “2 up, 2 down, the Ace Repo Co.”, “The Ace Repo Co., The Sky’s no limit”. Crew portrait during 51-A mission, 12/11/1984

STS51A-13-028 — NASA

    “The Eagle Flies High”, “2 up, 2 down, the Ace Repo Co.”, “The Ace Repo Co., The Sky’s no limit”. Crew portrait during 51-A mission, 12/11/1984

    STS51A-13-028 — NASA

    (Source: spacefacts.de)

  9. NASA End-of-Shuttle Patch Entry

Aaron Draplin

    NASA End-of-Shuttle Patch Entry

    Aaron Draplin

  10. American Project Mercury astronaut Virgil Ivan Grissom (1926–1967) (known as Gus Grissom) trains at the Multiple Axis Space Test Inertia Facility (MASTIF), Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, 1959.

To The Moon –  Ralph Morse/Time & Life Pictures

    American Project Mercury astronaut Virgil Ivan Grissom (1926–1967) (known as Gus Grissom) trains at the Multiple Axis Space Test Inertia Facility (MASTIF), Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, 1959.

    To The Moon – Ralph Morse/Time & Life Pictures

    (Source: sci-fi-o-rama.com)

  11. Avro Vulcan B Mk 1

RAF

    Avro Vulcan B Mk 1

    RAF

  12. Apollo 16 Command and Service Module Over the Moon, 24/04/1972

GPN-2002-000069 – NASA

    Apollo 16 Command and Service Module Over the Moon, 24/04/1972

    GPN-2002-000069 – NASA

  13. Cosmonaut

Andrew G Hobbs

    Cosmonaut

    Andrew G Hobbs

  14. Astronaut Slayton and Cosmonaut Leonov together in Soyuz Orbital Module, 17/07/1975

AST-5-298 – NASA/JSC

    Astronaut Slayton and Cosmonaut Leonov together in Soyuz Orbital Module, 17/07/1975

    AST-5-298 – NASA/JSC

    (Source: apolloarchive.com)

  15. The Apollo Lunar Module descends towards the Moon.

    The Apollo Lunar Module descends towards the Moon.

    (Source: nasaimages.org)