The Camera That Went To The Moon And Changed How We See It | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The Camera That Went To The Moon And Changed How We See It

In the summer of 1962, Walter Schirra — who would soon become America's third man to orbit the Earth — walked into a Houston photo supply shop looking for a camera he could take into space.

He came out with a Hasselblad 500C, a high-end Swedish import that had been recommended to him by photographers from Life and National Geographic.

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forward to 13:30 , the great

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forward to 13:30 , the great sneak.

the reseaux plate of the camera gets smeared with orange juice while changing film magazines.... "on the moon"... "outside" ... " in the vacuum of space" ... "at minus 130" ...

explain that you religious men of the apollo religion.

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