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  1. Neil A. Armstrong
    American, 1930–2012
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 11, July 16–24, 1969

    July 16–24, 1969, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.10
  2. Neil A. Armstrong
    American, 1930–2012
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 11, July 16–24, 1969

    July 16–24, 1969, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.9
  3. Alan L. Bean
    American, 1932–2018
    Mission: Skylab 3: Jack R. Lousma with Earth and golden sun shield reflected in visor...

    July 28– September 25, 1973, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.18
  4. Eugene A. Cernan
    American, born 1934
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 17: Earth with the continent of Africa clearly depicted, on the last United States lunar voyage.

    December 7–19, 1972, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.17
  5. Charles M. Duke, Jr.
    American, born 1935
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 16, April 16–27, 1972

    April 16–27, 1972, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.16
  6. Dennis Ivy
    American, born 1953
    Sam Houston Parkway, Houston

    1997
    Gelatin silver prints
    98.206.A-.C
  7. Dennis Ivy
    American, born 1953
    Outside Tamworth, New Hampshire

    1992
    Dye imbibition print
    95.110
  8. James A. Lovell, Jr.
    American, born 1928
    Mission: Gemini-Titan XII — James A. Lovell, Jr., and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr., completed an exercise to attach a tether to an Agena target vehicle...

    November 11–15, 1966, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.5
  9. James A. Lovell, Jr.
    American, born 1928
    Mission: Gemini-Titan VII: The nose of the Gemini VII. The crew of the Gemini VII, Frank Borman and James A. Lovell, set a mission duration record of two weeks

    December 4–18, 1965, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.4
  10. James A. McDivitt
    American, born 1929
    Mission: Gemini-Titan IV: Edward H. White performs the United State's first space walk which NASA refers to as an extravehicular activity (E.V.A.)...

    June 3–7, 1965, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.2
  11. Edgar D. Mitchell
    American, 1930–2016
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 14: Alan B. Shepard, Jr. plants American flag on the moon

    January 31– February 9, 1971, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.14
  12. Walter "Wally" M. Schirra
    American, 1923 - 2007
    Mission: Gemini-Titan VI-A and VII: Gemini VII in orbit, as seen from Gemini VI crew during the first spacecraft rendezvous

    December 15–16, 1965 and December 4–18, 1965, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.3
  13. David R. Scott
    American, born 1932
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 9: Lunar module, "Spider," Orbiting the Earth.

    March 3–13, 1969, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.8
  14. Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
    American, 1923–1998
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 14, January 31–February 9, 1971: Lunar module, Antares, on lunar surface

    January 31–February 9, 1971, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.26
  15. Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
    American, 1923–1998
    Mission: Apollo-Saturn 14, January 31– February 9, 1971

    January 31– February 9, 1971, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.15
  16. Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
    American, 1923–1998
    Mission: Mercury-Redstone 3, Freedom 7: Alan B. Shepard, Jr., the first American in space

    May 5, 1961, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.1
  17. American
    Mission: Space Shuttle 61-B, Atlantis: Jerry L. Ross is shown in Cargo Bay during extravehicular activity

    November 26–December 3, 1985, printed 1991
    Dye imbibition print
    93.199.24

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