Excerts from Dezeen: British photographer Benedict Redgrove has taken photographs of numerous artifacts within the NASA archive. To mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, he has picked out his favorites.
Redgrove photographed each of the artifacts using technical cameras, with some photographs made up of a composite of over 60 exposures to capture them in extreme detail.
Redgrove hoped to demonstrate both the innovative and utilitarian nature of the items with his photography.
"Humans are capable of great achievements and, given free rein to allow their mind to solve problems, they have ways of making that happen incredibly efficiently and effectively," he said.
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