Alan Bean with the reflection of the photographer in his gold-plated visor, Apollo 12, November 1969

Alan Bean with the reflection of the photographer in his gold-plated visor, Apollo 12, November 1969

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Credit: Pete Conrad

Vintage silver gelatin print, 20.2 x 25.4 cm

NASA AS12-49-7278, limited caption on verso

“Al Bean and I made two EVAs, each lasting just under four hours; and we covered he planned traverses as scheduled. We learned things that we could never have found out in simulation. A simple thing like shovelling soil into a sample bag, for instance, was an entirely new experience.” Pete Conrad

Alan Bean holds a container of lunar soil in his right hand. His Hasselblad camera is mounted on the control unit on his chest.

Condition: minor creasing to bottom right hand corner, otherwise mint

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