Stunning Nasa photo archive goes on sale featuring incredible pics of the 20th century space race

  The Sun 

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HUNDREDS of stunning Nasa photos showing iconic scenes from the 20th century space race are expected to fetch about £7,000 at auction. Photographed during the agency’s various Gemini, Apollo and Skylab missions, they show crew members such as Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Mae Jemison. The expansive archive of 350 images chronicles the wealth of […]
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