Nasa photos by date

nasa photos by date

How do I identify vintage NASA photos?

The most important identifier for Mercury through Gemini to Apollo vintage photos is the photographic ‘watermark’ on the backs in the exact form ‘A Kodak Paper’ (variants were used by NASA after the Apollo program). Most vintage NASA photographs are printed on ‘A Kodak Paper’, a watermark which changed in 1972 to ‘This Paper Manufactured by Kodak’.

What is the NASA number on the back of a photo?

The majority of prints have a red, blue or black NASA number printed near the image on the front of the print, but by no means all of them. The unique NASA number for each image can be used to search for further information on NASAs websites. Q. What are the purple stamps on the back of some photographs?

What is on the reverse of a NASA photo?

Some, roughly a third, are printed on the reverse in purple ink with the NASA logo, the issuing centre, the identification number (mission-film magazine-frame), the date the picture was taken and an explanatory caption.

What kind of paper are NASA photos printed on?

Most vintage NASA photographs are printed on ‘A Kodak Paper’, a watermark which changed in 1972 to ‘This Paper Manufactured by Kodak’. Unless otherwise stated, all photographs are glossy prints on paper. The NASA reference numbers within square brackets do not appear on the prints and are provided for reference.

Where can I find the latest NASA images?

NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from Americas space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. NASA History Images Archive | NASA

What is the NASA number on the back of a photo?

The majority of prints have a red, blue or black NASA number printed near the image on the front of the print, but by no means all of them. The unique NASA number for each image can be used to search for further information on NASAs websites. Q. What are the purple stamps on the back of some photographs?

How many vintage NASA photos are there?

Vintage NASA photographs are not ‘editioned’ in any conventional sense, and there is an unknown but certainly finite number of them in open circulation. Because NASA had several processing centres and each print was produced on demand, no two are ever identical, meaning each one is unique.

What is on the reverse of a NASA photo?

Some, roughly a third, are printed on the reverse in purple ink with the NASA logo, the issuing centre, the identification number (mission-film magazine-frame), the date the picture was taken and an explanatory caption.

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