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Project Apollo Archive goes up on Flickr

The high resolution originals allow for some breathtaking edits (above).

The original photos (as seen below) are raw and unprocessed  – organized by film magazine.

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Contrary to some recent media reports, this new Flickr gallery is not a NASA undertaking, but an independent one, involving the re-presentation of the public domain NASA-provided Apollo mission imagery as it was originally provided in its raw, high-resolution and unprocessed form by the Johnson Space Center on DVD-R and including from the center’s Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth web site. Processed images from few film magazines to fill in gaps were also obtained from the Lunar and Planetary Institute’s Apollo Image Atlas.

Kipp Teague
October, 2015

A massive undertaking to organize 11000+ images. As these photos are in the Public Domain, the photos should be able to be reused without issue.

Digg organized a ‘best-of‘ from the list.

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The most instgrammed locations in Canada

Canada’s large land mass and broad longitudinal range make it one seriously awesome place to explore. Given the incredible amount to see and do in each of the 10 provinces and three territories, it could be very difficult to narrow down the list of most popular locations. Fortunately, Instagrammers provided plenty of information – and the best locations have emerged.

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