READ: Apollo Image Atlas, Lunar and Planetary Institute
We say: "An indispensable online resource with over 25,000 Apollo-Saturn mission images. Navigate using the red NASA numbers found on our photographs, or browse by device such as 70mm Hasselblad, 35mm Nikon or Apollo Lunar Surface Closeup Camera, and other categories. The site also includes links to other photographic archives from the Lunar Orbiter and Lunar Ranger."
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The Lunar and Planetary Institute is a research institute that provides support services to NASA and the planetary science community, and conducts planetary science research under the leadership of staff scientists, visiting researchers, and postdoctoral fellows.
The Lunar and Planetary Institute was first described by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968 as “a center of research where scientists working in the sciences of space cooperate to profoundly affect the community’s knowledge of the universe.”