So when they do something right we should take note, especially when it involves film archiving.
So NASA has scanned all of the thousands of Hasselblad images from all of the Apollo missions. They are on line and in the public domain:
You can revisit these heroic days of NASA Lunar exploration (or see it for the first time if you hadn't been born yet).
Read all about it here:
And view to you hearts content here:
And if you are looking for some used Hasselblad cameras, remember that the Astronauts had to leave them on the Moon to reduce weight for their return. Any takers?