Happy Monday! Here's even more space-related content--today's images are from Nicholas de Monchaux's Spacesuit. Click on each image to enlarge.
Astronaut Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin on the surface of the moon, July 21, 1969. Aldrin is looking down at the systemized list of mission procedures sewn onto the surface of his left sleeve.
Neil Armstrong shortly after reentering the Lunar Excursion Module Eagle, July 21, 1969.
Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison “Jack” Schmitt, standing by the Lunar Rover with the earth above; note that, as for all Apollo moon landing missions, the earth was in its first or last quarter as seen from the moon. Schmitt, a geologist, was the only nonmilitary astronaut to land on the surface of the moon.