NASA just released thousands of photos documenting every manned lunar mission going back as far as the 1960s, and a photographer restored some of them to make them even clearer.
The unedited photos, which can be viewed on Flickr under the Project Apollo Archive, offer an incredible look at both the close quarters inside space shuttles, as well as expansive views of space.
The results are breathtaking.
“These are purely going off what I think looks the best aesthetically,” Dreier explained on Reddit, where the photos quickly rose in popularity. “If NASA wants to send me to space so I can get a first hand view, I’m all for it.”
Check out 12 colour corrected photos of outer space like you’ve never seen it before.
While some the original photos are a bit fuzzy, Dreier's edits make it easier to see details, like the shuttle in the photo of Apollo 9 in 1969.
Check out the gorgeous reflection in this shot, which was taken looking out of the shuttle at an astronaut.
While many of the pictures are blurry, they still offer a peek inside spacecraft the average person might never get to see, like this shot inside Apollo 13.
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