Manned moon landings have always been up for question. Did they happen? Why have we not put humans back on the moon since Apollo 17 in 1972? Still, with moon landings aside, one thing that we can be sure of is the beauty man has witnessed through the exploration of space by NASA. Space photos never seize to amaze me. Galaxies, planets, astronauts. It’s probably one of the most exciting ongoing exploration projects that the human race has conducted. What’s also exciting is that between the 19th September – 25th October, London BREESE Little Gallery is home to vintage NASA photographs taken between 1961 and 1980. Be sure to visit, and read on to check out some examples on what’s on show.
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“The sublime is perceived in the presence of power, awe and scale, and felt in the sensation of helplessness at the realisation of our own insignificance. And yet it entails a sense of empowerment as we measure, map, quantify and record, seeking to understand the mysteries of the solar system and the universe through science, logic and technology.”