This month, Hasselblad is celebrating the 50th anniversary of becoming “the first camera on the moon.” And in addition to sharing some beautiful photos taken of and with the iconic Hasselblad Data Camera (HDC) and Hasselblad Electric Camera (HEC) used on the moon, they also shared a bit of fascinating history: their original moon landing press release from 1969.
As the original press release explains, the official anniversary of Hasselblad (and man’s) first trip to the lunar surface will happen later this month, on July 20th. That was the day Armstrong and Aldrin landed in the Sea of Tranquility. Of course, the PR department at Hasselblad put it in slightly more epic terms in 1969:
The most dramatic and sensational voyage of discovery in the history of humanity so far has been…
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