Apollo Program Galleries

The Apollo program was the national effort that put humans on the Moon and its goals went beyond landing Americans on the Moon and returning them safely to Earth. The goals were to establish the technology to meet other national interests in space, achieve preeminence in space for the United States, carry out a program of scientific exploration of the Moon, and develop human capability to work in the lunar environment.

The Apollo galleries below have been separated by mission number, and each mission contains one or more cameras. Some of the missions used multiple cameras for experiments and documentation, and each camera has its own gallery. Select a gallery below to get started.

For more information on the Apollo program, visit the Apollo History Page, or to learn more about these historical frames, visit the About the Scans page. For information about the Apollo Panoramic or Mapping (Metric) Cameras, visit the Apollo Image Archive.