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Autor: Johannes Aubele by de:Benutzer:Joooo, Licencja: CC-BY-SA-3.0
Barkas B 1000 Flower Power Bus
Televisie-optreden van The Beatles in Treslong te Hillegom vlnr. Paul McCartney, Bestanddeelnr 916-5099.jpg
Autor: Eric Koch / Anefo, Licencja: CC0
Collectie / Archief : Fotocollectie Anefo

Reportage / Serie : [ onbekend ]
Beschrijving : Televisie-optreden van The Beatles in Treslong te Hillegom [vlnr. Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon, achter het drumstel Jimmie Nicol (vervanger van Ringo Starr]
Datum : 5 juni 1964
Locatie : Hillegom
Trefwoorden : groepsportretten, popgroepen, televisie
Instellingsnaam : Beatles, The
Fotograaf : Koch, Eric / Anefo
Auteursrechthebbende : Nationaal Archief
Materiaalsoort : Negatief (zwart/wit)
Nummer archiefinventaris : bekijk toegang 2.24.01.05

Bestanddeelnummer : 916-5099
Aldrin Apollo 11 original.jpg

  • Short description: Astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon
  • Full description: Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot, stands on the surface of the moon near the leg of the lunar module, Eagle, during the Apollo 11 moonwalk. Astronaut Neil Armstrong, mission commander, took this photograph with a 70mm lunar surface camera. While Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the lunar module to explore the Sea of Tranquility, astronaut Michael Collins, command module pilot, remained in lunar orbit with the Command and Service Module, Columbia. The picture features additionally to Aldrin, in his visor as reflections, Armstrong, Earth,[1] the lander, as well as the placed flag and instruments.
  • This is the actual photograph as exposed on the moon by Armstrong. He held the camera slightly rotated so that the camera frame did not include the top of Aldrin's portable life support system ("backpack"). A communications antenna mounted on top of the backpack is also cut off in this picture. When the image was released to the public, it was rotated clockwise to restore the astronaut to vertical for a more harmonious composition, and a black area was added above his head to recreate the missing black lunar "sky". The edited version is the one most commonly reproduced and known to the public, but the original version, above, is the authentic exposure. A full explanation with illustrations can be seen at the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal.
Konzilseroeffnung 1.jpg
Grand procession of the Council Fathers at St. Peter's Basilica.
John F Kennedy.jpg
John F. Kennedy, former President of the United States. Slightly modified from original (right eye darkened to match brightness of left).