Neil Armstrong’s now famous quote “That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind,” which he said when he first stepped on the moon, summed up how much humans had achieved in just a handful of years. From John Glenn’s first orbit around the Earth in 1962 to Apollo 11’s historic journey in 1969, these iconic moments will forever represent the stepping stones for human space exploration.
NASA on Thursday is unveiling hundreds of vintage photos that are up for auction. The rare release has collectors from all over the globe buzzing and is expected to fetch millions from bidders. Highlights include the first ever photograph from space, the only clear photograph of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon, and Buzz Aldrin’s first intergalactic “selfie.”
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