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Photographs of (models of) the moon (1874)

- December 6, 2018 in illustrations of space, models, moon, outer space, Photography

James Nasymth's images of intricate models of the lunar surface.

The Sky: A Film Lesson in “Nature Study” (1928)

- May 24, 2018 in astrology, astronomy, moon, planets, sky, sun

Short educational film on what can be seen in the night sky through a telescope, including a look at constellations, the mountains of the moon, the planets, and the sun.

The Sky: A Film Lesson in “Nature Study” (1928)

- May 24, 2018 in astrology, astronomy, moon, planets, sky, sun

Short educational film on what can be seen in the night sky through a telescope, including a look at constellations, the mountains of the moon, the planets, and the sun.

Émile-Antoine Bayard’s Illustrations for Around the Moon by Jules Verne (1870)

- October 24, 2017 in Alphonse de Neuville, Émile-Antoine Bayard, jules verne, Les Miserables, moon, science fiction, space travel, spaceship

Arguably the very first images to depict space travel on a scientific basis, these wonderful illustrations are the work of the French illustrator Émile-Antoine Bayard.

Bayard and de Neuville’s Illustrations for Around the Moon by Jules Verne (1870)

- September 12, 2017 in Alphonse de Neuville, Émile-Antoine Bayard, jules verne, Les Miserables, moon, science fiction, space travel, spaceship

Arguably the very first images to depict space travel on a scientific basis, by the French illustrators Émile-Antoine Bayard and Alphonse de Neuville.

Émile-Antoine Bayard’s Illustrations for Around the Moon by Jules Verne (1870)

- September 12, 2017 in Alphonse de Neuville, Émile-Antoine Bayard, jules verne, Les Miserables, moon, science fiction, space travel, spaceship

Arguably the very first images to depict space travel on a scientific basis, these wonderful illustrations are the work of the French illustrator Émile-Antoine Bayard.

Émile-Antoine Bayard’s Illustrations for Around the Moon by Jules Verne (1870)

- September 12, 2017 in Alphonse de Neuville, Émile-Antoine Bayard, jules verne, Les Miserables, moon, science fiction, space travel, spaceship

Arguably the very first images to depict space travel on a scientific basis, these wonderful illustrations are the work of the French illustrator Émile-Antoine Bayard.

Le Voyage Dans la Lune (1902)

- March 1, 2016 in first science fiction film, Georges Méliès, moon, science fiction, trip to the moon

Perhaps Georges Méliès' most famous film, and the first science fiction film in cinematic history.

Le Voyage Dans la Lune (1902)

- March 1, 2016 in first science fiction film, Georges Méliès, moon, science fiction, trip to the moon

Perhaps Georges Méliès' most famous film, and the first science fiction film in cinematic history.

Hi-Res Images from the Apollo Missions

- October 6, 2015 in apollo 11, buzz aldrin, evidence, moon, moon landing, nasa, neil armstrong, photographs of moon landing, space travel

Selection of super hi-res images from the Apollo 11 mission, from the criss-cross of boot prints in the lunar dust, to Neil Armstrong's watery gaze after first landing.