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Background imageSpace Collection: Spaceman in London streets. Jonathan Bosley, dressed in a space man suit as used by

Spaceman in London streets. Jonathan Bosley, dressed in a space man suit as used by the astronauts on Apollo 11 on the moon landing

Background imageSpace Collection: Judith Jafar April 98 UFO oligist at home

Judith Jafar April 98 UFO oligist at home

Background imageSpace Collection: Judith Jafar UFO oligist at home in Ealing

Judith Jafar UFO oligist at home in Ealing

Background imageSpace Collection: Betting Odds on first man to land on the moon, UK, Friday 4th February 1966

Betting Odds on first man to land on the moon, UK, Friday 4th February 1966. On the day that Russian spacecraft Luna 9 sends back the first picture ever taken on the moon, bookmakers William Hill

Background imageSpace Collection: Aliens in Bonnybridge, Scotland for a UFO conference. 29th June 1994

Aliens in Bonnybridge, Scotland for a UFO conference. 29th June 1994

Background imageSpace Collection: Some of the 180 children play in the small corridor at Sacred Heart RC school, Gorton

Some of the 180 children play in the small corridor at Sacred Heart RC school, Gorton, Manchester, the only place to use when rain stops them playing out

Background imageSpace Collection: Lt. Col Valery Bykovsky, Soviet cosmonaut at London Heathrow Airport

Lt. Col Valery Bykovsky, Soviet cosmonaut at London Heathrow Airport, Thursday 19th October 1967. Valery Bykovsky set a space endurance record when he spent five days in orbit aboard Vostok 5 in

Background imageSpace Collection: Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Cosmonaut, the first human to journey into outer space when his

Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Cosmonaut, the first human to journey into outer space when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth (12th April 1961), visits Britain, Tuesday 11th July 1961

Background imageSpace Collection: Leading Russian Scientists outside COSPAR meeting, Committee on Space Research, London

Leading Russian Scientists outside COSPAR meeting, Committee on Space Research, London, on day it was announced that the Soviet Union has successfully sent a man to Space, Yuri Gagarin

Background imageSpace Collection: Thornaby car parking problem. 1971

Thornaby car parking problem. 1971

Background imageSpace Collection: Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7 at the Science Museum, London, October 1965

Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7 at the Science Museum, London, October 1965. New press conference to announce that astronaut Colonel John Glenn will open a London exhibition next week of the Mercury

Background imageSpace Collection: Frances 'Poppy'Northcutt, mathematician aged 25 who works at the Mission

Frances "Poppy"Northcutt, mathematician aged 25 who works at the Mission
Frances " Poppy" Northcutt, mathematician aged 25 who works at the Mission Control Centre in Houston, Texas, pictured in London

Background imageSpace Collection: Space Shuttle Enterprise, piggy back on a NASA 747 Jumbo Jet

Space Shuttle Enterprise, piggy back on a NASA 747 Jumbo Jet, flies over Manchester Airport at 11 o clock, sweeping in from Heard Green Area at 600ft

Background imageSpace Collection: Actor Will Hay seen here with his 12 and a half foot telescope in his back garden

Actor Will Hay seen here with his 12 and a half foot telescope in his back garden

Background imageSpace Collection: Air UFOs two policemen from Bromley Police Station unload van with suspected UFO that was

Air UFOs two policemen from Bromley Police Station unload van with suspected UFO that was found in local park

Background imageSpace Collection: UFO television programme with Patricia Gordino in September 1970

UFO television programme with Patricia Gordino in September 1970

Background imageSpace Collection: Nick Pope ufo expert and ex employee of the ministry of defence in charge of ufo

Nick Pope ufo expert and ex employee of the ministry of defence in charge of ufo investigation

Background imageSpace Collection: Flying Saucer Detector April 1968 Unidentified Flying Objects Unidentified Flying

Flying Saucer Detector April 1968 Unidentified Flying Objects Unidentified Flying Object UFOs UFO Detector UFO Detectors Eveready Battery Batteries

Background imageSpace Collection: Colonel Frank Borman, NASA Astronaut and Commander Apollo 8

Colonel Frank Borman, NASA Astronaut and Commander Apollo 8, the first manned spacecraft to leave low Earth orbit, reach the Moon, orbit it, and return (December 1968)

Background imageSpace Collection: Madame Tussauds staff put the finishing touches to waxwork models of astronauts Neil

Madame Tussauds staff put the finishing touches to waxwork models of astronauts Neil Armstrong (front) and Buzz Aldrin ahead of display (starting 16th July)

Background imageSpace Collection: Lt. Col Valery Bykovsky, Soviet cosmonaut enjoys a cup of tea with Lord Mayor Alderman

Lt. Col Valery Bykovsky, Soviet cosmonaut enjoys a cup of tea with Lord Mayor Alderman Mrs Elizabeth Yarwood, during a tour of the city, Manchester, 24th October 1967

Background imageSpace Collection: 3. 5 ounces of Moon dust arrives in the UK, from the recent Apollo 11 mission to the moon

3. 5 ounces of Moon dust arrives in the UK, from the recent Apollo 11 mission to the moon
3.5 ounces of Moon dust arrives in the UK, from the recent Apollo 11 mission to the moon, Friday 19th September 1969. Some of the rarest substance on Earth will go to other scientists to study

Background imageSpace Collection: Colonel Frank Borman, NASA Astronaut and Commander Apollo 8

Colonel Frank Borman, NASA Astronaut and Commander Apollo 8, the first manned spacecraft to leave low Earth orbit, reach the Moon, orbit it, and return (December 1968)

Background imageSpace Collection: Dr Richard Porter, Chief United States Delegate to COSPAR meeting

Dr Richard Porter, Chief United States Delegate to COSPAR meeting, Committee on Space Research, London, on day it was announced that the Soviet Union has successfully sent a man to Space

Background imageSpace Collection: 21 NASA Astronauts have just spend a week in Iceland, making a study of the Geology of

21 NASA Astronauts have just spend a week in Iceland, making a study of the Geology of the Island, which is the nearest one can get to moonscape conditions on Earth, Sunday 9th July 1967

Background imageSpace Collection: Jenny finds a convenient parking space for her Sinclair C5, between two cars

Jenny finds a convenient parking space for her Sinclair C5, between two cars. 19th January 1985

Background imageSpace Collection: Dr Agrell carrying moon dust samples in his bag that were allocated to him for research

Dr Agrell carrying moon dust samples in his bag that were allocated to him for research, pictured on the tube. The samples

Background imageSpace Collection: Testing at the Rocket Propulsion Establishment, Westcott, Buckinghamshire

Testing at the Rocket Propulsion Establishment, Westcott, Buckinghamshire, Thursday 5th November 1964

Background imageSpace Collection: Full scale model of the Britains UK-3 Satellite, Friday 5th August 1966

Full scale model of the Britains UK-3 Satellite, Friday 5th August 1966. The UK-3, United Kingdom Research Satellite 3, was renamed Ariel 3 before its launch in California (05/05/1967)

Background imageSpace Collection: European Launcher Development Organisation, testing site at Hawker Siddeley Dynamics

European Launcher Development Organisation, testing site at Hawker Siddeley Dynamics, Hatfield, Wednesday 26th August 1964. Our picture shows

Background imageSpace Collection: Heat shield of Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, pictured on arrival at the Science Museum

Heat shield of Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, pictured on arrival at the Science Museum, London, Monday 14th May 1962. The space capsule was piloted by astronaut John Glenn (20/02/1962)

Background imageSpace Collection: Members of the public patiently wait to take a look at Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7

Members of the public patiently wait to take a look at Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, pictured on arrival at the Science Museum, London, Monday 14th May 1962

Background imageSpace Collection: British Personnel at NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, where human spaceflight training

British Personnel at NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, where human spaceflight training, research, and flight control are conducted, Houston, Texas, USA, Monday 2nd November 1964. Our picture shows

Background imageSpace Collection: Ronnie Bedford, Science editor for the Daily Mirror, pictured standing on a life size

Ronnie Bedford, Science editor for the Daily Mirror, pictured standing on a life size model of the Apollo Lunar Module, which is to be moved to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex at Cape

Background imageSpace Collection: 3. 5 ounces of Moon dust arrives in the UK, from the recent Apollo 11 mission to the moon

3. 5 ounces of Moon dust arrives in the UK, from the recent Apollo 11 mission to the moon
3.5 ounces of Moon dust arrives in the UK, from the recent Apollo 11 mission to the moon, Friday 19th September 1969. Chaperoned by Dr Stuart Agrell

Background imageSpace Collection: Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Cosmonaut, the first human to journey into outer space when his

Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Cosmonaut, the first human to journey into outer space when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth (12th April 1961), visits Britain, Tuesday 11th July 1961

Background imageSpace Collection: Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, pictured on arrival at the Science Museum, London

Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, pictured on arrival at the Science Museum, London, Monday 14th May 1962. The space capsule was piloted by astronaut John Glenn (20/02/1962)

Background imageSpace Collection: People queuing to take a look at Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7

People queuing to take a look at Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, which arrived at the Science Museum, London, Monday 14th May 1962

Background imageSpace Collection: The Mercury capsule 'Friendship 7'in which astronaut John Glenn became

The Mercury capsule "Friendship 7"in which astronaut John Glenn became
The Mercury capsule " Friendship 7" in which astronaut John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth on February 20th 1962, 15th May 1962

Background imageSpace Collection: South East Beavers Fun Day, Whitley Beaumont Campsite, West Yorkshire, 4th July 1992

South East Beavers Fun Day, Whitley Beaumont Campsite, West Yorkshire, 4th July 1992

Background imageSpace Collection: Children from St Dominics School, Redcar, learn about the stars with the help of

Children from St Dominics School, Redcar, learn about the stars with the help of Starlab, an inflatable Planetarium operated by Roger Ayres and Rebecca Turner. 16th March 1994

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronomer Patrick Moore, host of the BBC factual series The Sky At Night

Astronomer Patrick Moore, host of the BBC factual series The Sky At Night, pictured in the Observatory in the garden of his home at Selsey

Background imageSpace Collection: Russian cosmonaut Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (the first man in space

Russian cosmonaut Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (the first man in space) killed in a plane crash aged 34 (born in 1934) seen here in Manchester 1961

Background imageSpace Collection: Visitors at NASA Space Station in Florida, U. S. A a few hours before Apollo 12 blasted off

Visitors at NASA Space Station in Florida, U. S. A a few hours before Apollo 12 blasted off
Visitors at NASA Space Station in Florida, U.S.A a few hours before Apollo 12 blasted off on a mission to the moon. Children near the launch pad from where the shuttle will blast off. November 1969

Background imageSpace Collection: NASA Apollo XI Astronauts visit London October 1969 22 hour flying visit for american

NASA Apollo XI Astronauts visit London October 1969 22 hour flying visit for american heros Neil Armstrong - Michael Collins

Background imageSpace Collection: Television programme - Blakes Seven new cast members Josette Simon

Television programme - Blakes Seven new cast members Josette Simon and Steven Pacey pose with a mutant, rock-eating, giant ant 2 January 1980

Background imageSpace Collection: North East Festivals The launch of the 3rd Newcastle Cemedy Festival 19 September

North East Festivals The launch of the 3rd Newcastle Cemedy Festival 19 September 1996 - A trio of astronauts with their Newcastle Brown Ale

Background imageSpace Collection: American space experiments in progress in the desert, twenty five miles from the little

American space experiments in progress in the desert, twenty five miles from the little town of Almogordo in New Mexico, USA December 1957



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