The first photos of space travel look like they came from a family album

I love this. From The Atlantic:

Pictures of and from space are ubiquitous. Any number of websites will show you them. (Astronaut Photography of Earth is probably my favorite.) Nearly every smartphone has a special app for them.

A new art exhibit examines a period when they were rare. The Breese Little, an art gallery in London, is showing “For All Mankind” from now to February 22. It displays vintage NASA photography from 1964 to 1983, a period that encompasses the end of the Gemini program, the entirety of Apollo, and the beginning of the space shuttle. (Not to mention Skylab.)

 

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The first photos of space travel look like they came from a family album