Pictures of space are thrilling. Period. For All Mankind is a new exhibition at London's Breese Little Gallery, highlighting a treasure trove of vintage NASA photos taken from 1964 to 1983.
It's pretty wonderful to see these faded, full-color visuals from a time when the bold explorations were just getting started. We're so used to seeing hi-res images beamed back from Mars—freaking Mars!—in real time, that it's neat to see these physical artifacts aged in a way you could imagine seeing in an old family album: everything from iconic shots, like Earthrise and Blue Marble, to the Apollo and Gemini missions and more. Beautiful. [Guardian]