First person on the moon and other rare pictures for auction

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |

Updated: November 12, 2020 at 5:30:26 p.m.


Making history: Neil Armstrong on the moon in 1969. (Photo: NASA)

A rare picture of Neil Armstrong’s giant argument for humanity went on sale when NASA pictures were put up for auction by a private bidder, which included a single picture of a spectacular feat: the first human walk on the moon. , Reported Patron. Needless to say, the 1969 photo is one of the top 2,400 vintage photos on sale.

The report states that Christie’s was featured on the London website, as well as “Armstrong’s Apollo 11 crew Buzz Aldrin and a selfie from Space, which landed at a distance from the moon.” Took possession of the remaining planet. “

Bids are being placed online and start at £ 100 for most photos. The price is expected to be too high for some more photos.

“This collection is the most extensive personal collection of NASA images ever put up for auction, and extends every aspect of the space program from the earliest days of space, through the technological enterprise of Gemini and Moon Art, to the victory of Apollo. A press statement from Christie’s was released in the report. “Artists who became astronauts through their cameras were able to tell humanity about the beauty and depth of their experience in space, changing the way we see ourselves and our place in the universe forever.”

Journey to the Second World: The Victor Martin-Malburet Photograph Collection is a step-by-step document of human achievements.

“Astronauts are often hailed as great scientists and heroes, but they are seldom hailed as the most important photographers of all time. They took photographs with skill and boldness that immediately took on the shape of the sublime, astonishing and astonishing, “Martin-Malburet said in the report. His father had a famous collection of 20th century avant-garde art in Paris.

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The sale will be split in two and bids will be open until November 19 and 20.

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