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Apollo Remastered: The Ultimate Photographic Record Spiral-Bound | October 25, 2022

Andy Saunders

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Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the last steps taken on the moon, this unique, definitive book about the Apollo missions reveals hundreds of extraordinary, newly-restored, and all-new images from the NASA archives that provide a never-before-seen perspective on the Apollo endeavors.

In Houston, Texas, there is a frozen vault that preserves the original NASA photographic film of the Apollo missions. For half a century, almost every image of the Moon landings publicly available was produced from a lower-quality copy of these frozen originals. Over the last few years, NASA image restorer Andy Saunders has been working hard. Taking newly available digital scans and applying pain-staking care and cutting-edge enhancement techniques, he has created the highest quality Apollo photographs ever produced. Never-before-seen spacewalks and crystal-clear portraits of astronauts in their spacecraft, along with startling new visions of the Earth and the Moon, offer astounding new insight into one of our greatest endeavors.

This is the definitive record of all Apollo missions and a mesmerizing, high-definition journey into the unknown.
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Original Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 432 pages
ISBN-10: 0762480246
Item Weight: 6.9 lbs
Dimensions: 11.9 x 1.6 x 12.6 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 31 to 100 ratings
“Space nerds will geek out over this far-out coffee table book, which features hundreds of never-before-seen images from the Apollo missions, lovingly brought to life by NASA’s photo restorer Saunders. Startling spacewalks, portraits of astronauts in their spacecraft and dazzling new views of the Earth and Moon give new insight and perspective on man’s exploration of space.”—New York Post
Andy Saunders is one of the world's foremost experts of NASA digital restoration. His work has been exhibited at museums, and appeared in BBC NewsDaily Telegraph, Smithsonian's Air & Space Magazine, Ars Technica, The Washington Post, as well as in NASA's own archives. He lives in Manchester, England.