Earlier this week, NASA uploaded an incredible treasure trove of images to a new gallery on Flickr: unprocessed photographs from all of the manned Apollo missions. They represent an incredible look into what the astronauts saw on their missions to the moon.

NASA’s astronauts are known for taking some of the world’s best pictures, but this gallery is a chance to see the raw results: untouched and unprocessed pictures of space. They’re high-resolution images that are perfect for reprocessing.

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You can check out the entire gallery here, but we’ve pulled out some of our favorites from the over 8,400 images:

Apollo 7

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S-IVB stage during rendezvous maneuvers.

Rendezvous with the S-IVB stage.

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Looking down into the clouds.

Apollo 8

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Earthrise.

Lunar Surface.

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Looking back on the way home.

Apollo 9

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Lunar Lander rendezvous and extraction.

Russell Schweickart’s EVA.

Apollo 10

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The lunar surface.

Command Module Charlie Brown.

Apollo 11

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Buzz Aldrin on the ride out.

Neil Armstrong, shortly after landing.

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Buzz Aldrin carrying sensors.

LEM returning home.

Apollo 12

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Astronaut on the lunar surface.

Lunar surface

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Research

Astronaut Alan Bean.

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Earth on the ride out.

Lunar Module landing

Apollo 13

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Damaged parts.

Lunar Lander, unused.

Apollo 14

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Lunar EVA

Commander Alan Shepherd Jr.

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Lunar experiments

LEM

Apollo 15

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Experiments

Lunar mountains

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Astronaut and Lunar Rover

Astronaut, LEM and Lunar Rover

Apollo 16

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Astronaut Thomas Mattingly

Commander John Young

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Mattingly

Young

Apollo 17

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Commander Gene Cernan

Commander Eugene Cernan during Lunar EVA

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Pilot Ron Evans retrieving film canisters.

Command Module

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Cernan, post EVA.

[Planetary.org]

Photo Credits: NASA

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