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The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Above: Geology at Spur Crater's Station 7, EVA 2, Apollo 15, August 1971

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Bluish halo around Alan Bean exploring the Ocean of Storms, EVA 1, Apollo 12, November 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Close-up of David Scott covered with lunar dust, EVA 2, Apollo 15, August 1971

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Charles Duke assembling a double core near the Lunar Rover, EVA 3, Apollo 16, April 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Lunar Ionosphere and Atmosphere detector, EVA 1, Apollo 12, November 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Charles Duke at the front of the Lunar Rover, EVA 3, Apollo 16, April 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

John Young changing a film magazine in the Hasselblad camera, Apollo 16, EVA 2, April 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

First deep space EVA on August 5, 1971, by Al Worden

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

The LM reflects a circular flare, EVA 1, Apollo 14, February 1971

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Sun glare over Alan Bean carrying scientific equipments out from the LM, EVA 1, Apollo 12, November 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Alan Shepard on the lunar surface, EVA 1, Apollo 14, February 1971

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Astronaut Alan Bean taking his first step on the lunar surface, EVA 1, Apollo 12, November 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Pete Conrad and the American flag on the Ocean of Storms, Apollo 12, November 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Ronald Evans' EVA, the last in deep space, Apollo 17, December 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

The ascent stage of the Lunar Module returning from the Moon, Apollo 17, December 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Portrait of astronaut Eugene Cernan, explorer of another world, Apollo 17, December 1972

 

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

First US Spacewalk - Ed White's EVA over New Mexico, Gemini 4, 3 June 1965

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Pete Conrad and two US spacecrafts on the surface of the Moon, Apollo 12, November 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

In-flight portrait of astronaut Charles Conrad, Gemini 5, 21 August 1965

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

John Glenn inside the Friendship 7 capsule

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

The Earth illuminated by the Sun during the first orbit, Gemini 3, March 1965

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Buzz Aldrin carrying experiment packages, Apollo 11, July 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

First US Spacewalk - Ed White's EVA over South California, Gemini 4, 3 June 1965

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Neil Armstrong practices a moonwalk, Apollo 11, June 1969

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Alan Sheppard practicing

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Safe landing of the Command Module and recovery of the astronauts in the Pacific Ocean, Apollo 13, April 1970

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

The LM "Challenger" seen from the Lunar Rover during the return to the landing site, EVA 3, Apollo 17, December 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Thomas Mattingly's spacewalk during the return from the Moon, Apollo 16, April 1972

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

Last photograph taken on the lunar surface, EVA 3, Apollo 15, August 1971

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

The Lunar Rover seen from every angle, EVA 3, Apollo 15, August 1971

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