Apollo 17 - December 14-17, 1972 - NASA ID: ​­AS17-​­149-​­22859, 22248, ​­23374 & ​­23375
The angular, ​­awkward-​­looking Lunar Module, and the CSM in the blackness of space. With enhancement, Commander Cernan is now clearly visible through the ​­window – at the helm, piloting the Moonship from the lunar surface for the last time.
Evans utilizes the handholds on the CSM during his ​­67-​­minute, ​­deep-​­space EVA to retrieve the film from the cameras in the SIM bay. Over 50,000 miles away, the full Moon disappears over his shoulder.

Andrew Saunders

Print Size: 792x792 mm
Frame Size: 870x870 mm
Paper Type: Fotospeed High White Smooth 315 gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS AS 278 31

 

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Apollo 17 - December 14-17, 1972 - NASA ID: ​­AS17-​­149-​­22859, 22248, ​­23374 & ​­23375

Archival Giclee Digital Print


The angular, ​­awkward-​­looking Lunar Module, and the CSM in the blackness of space. With enhancement, Commander Cernan is now clearly visible through the ​­window – at the helm, piloting the Moonship from the lunar surface for the last time.
Evans utilizes the handholds on the CSM during his ​­67-​­minute, ​­deep-​­space EVA to retrieve the film from the cameras in the SIM bay. Over 50,000 miles away, the full Moon disappears over his shoulder.

Photographer:
Andrew Saunders


Print Size: 792x792 mm

Frame Size: 870x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 278 31

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