Last Moments Before Touchdown


The Apollo 11 Lunar Module ‘Eagle’ seen in its final seconds of descent. We are looking straight down on the landing site, the final touchdown point is at the center. All known details of the landing site are included, derived from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and mission EVA photos and post mission maps. This is about 3 seconds from the ‘contact light’ announcement as the 53 inch (1.5 meter) long probes extending below the landing pads contact the surface. The rocket exhaust plume drives surface dust away, traveling mostly as a ground hugging high speed cloud showing gaps where rocks block the spray.


Available in three options:
1. Unstretched canvas only, rolled in a shipping tube. You will need to get it stretched and framed yourself.
2. Stretched canvas, with white border stapled along the edges of the stretcher bars, shipped flat. You will need to get it framed yourself.
3. Framed in our attractive and sturdy aluminum frame. Ready to hang right out of the box!

Limited edition of only 25 on Canvas. Signed and numbered.

Image size: 18″×24″


Additional information


Canvas Only – Rolled (24x28in), Stretched – Flat (18×24 in), Framed (18.5×24.5 in)


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