Vermot de Pas: NASA Photographs, 112668, Paris
- Auction Date
- 02/23/2021 - 02/23/2021
|Lot Number||Author Name||Book Title||Place Printed||Year Published||Estimate||Actual Price|
VERY RARE TOTAL SUN ECLIPSE observed from London.
|1927||EUR 1,000.00 - 1,200.00||Not Sold|
Photograph taken at the Mount Wilson Observatory during the 1930s.
|EUR 800.00 - 1,200.00||EUR 730.00|
Rare photograph of the planet JUPITER in red light from the MONT WILSON observatory.
|Circa 1930.||EUR 600.00 - 800.00||Not Sold|
Perfect photograph of the Moon taken from MONT WILSON and the PALOMAR observatory.
|Circa 1930.||EUR 900.00 - 1,200.00||Not Sold|
Rare photomontage of the observation of a solar eclipse from the historic Prospect Hill Tower in Somerville, Massachusetts on April 7, 1940.
|1940||EUR 300.00 - 400.00||Not Sold|
Superb view of the experimental plane X-3 STILETTO USAF-DOUGLAS after its first flight on the US Air Force base of Langley in Viriginia.
|EUR 400.00 - 600.00||EUR 290.00|
Liftoff of a rocket from the space center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
|Circa 1950||EUR 300.00 - 400.00||Not Sold|
Atlas-Able rocket on its launch pad.
|1960||EUR 300.00 - 400.00||Not Sold|
the US Air Force missile: BLUE SCOUT.
|1961||EUR 200.00 - 300.00||Not Sold|
Astronaut Scott Carpenter has just donned his astronaut suit before being sent into orbit from Cape Canaveral in the AURORA 7 capsule.
|1962||EUR 400.00 - 500.00||Not Sold|
Takeoff of the MERCURYATLAS rocket carrying on board the first American in Space: John GLENN.
|1962 with margins.||EUR 400.00 - 600.00||Not Sold|
The date is November 28, 1964.
|1964||EUR 800.00 - 1,200.00||Not Sold|
Historical photograph of the soil of the planet MARS taken by the MARINER IV space probe from a distance of 7800 miles.
|1965||EUR 400.00 - 500.00||EUR 250.00|
Spectacular view from the Gemini 7 capsule seen from the Gemini 6A capsule at an altitude of approximately 300km from the ground.
|1965||EUR 500.00 - 700.00||Not Sold|
Mission Ranger IX. A very beautiful view, and the first one taken with the space probe's "Full-scan B" camera from an altitude of approximately 500 km and 18 minutes before impact.
|1965||EUR 500.00 - 700.00||Not Sold|
Mission Gemini 4. Historical photography.
|1965||EUR 300.00 - 500.00||Not Sold|
Historical view of astronaut Ed White performing the first American spacewalk during the Gemini 4 mission.
|1965||EUR 500.00 - 700.00||EUR 350.00|
Nice view of the ship GEMINI 6 with a "BEAT ARMY" sign behind one of its hubblot.
|1965||EUR 400.00 - 500.00||Not Sold|
Gemini IV mission on June 3, 1965.
|1965||EUR 600.00 - 800.00||EUR 570.00|
Historical Mission Gemini IV. Astronaut ED WHITE floats in the vacuum of space in front of the intense blue globe during his spacewalk on June 3, 1965.posterior chromogenic print.
|1965||EUR 600.00 - 800.00||Not Sold|
Rendezvous with AGENA, the docking target for the GEMINI VIII capsule/ Astronaut David Scott took this photograph from a distance of approximately 15 meters.
|1966||EUR 400.00 - 600.00||Not Sold|
Historical photograph showing the first human-observed survey of the Earth from lunar orbit by the LUNAR ORBITER 1 probe on August 23, 1966.
|1966||EUR 3,000.00 - 4,000.00||Not Sold|
View of the lunar ground by the space probe LUNAR ORBITER IV (Frame #112) during its 31st lunar orbit during its photographic mission around the Moon on June 2, 1967.
|1967||EUR 300.00 - 500.00||EUR 200.00|
View of the lunar ground by the space probe LUNAR ORBITER IV (Frame #187) during its 33rd lunar orbit during its photographic mission around the Moon on June 2, 1967.
|1967||EUR 300.00 - 500.00||Not Sold|
Nice view in the Pacific from the APOLLO 4 capsule floating alongside the inflated parachute, nearly 24 meters in diameter.
|1967||EUR 400.00 - 600.00||Not Sold|