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Watch: OneShot — 50 Years Ago, Earthrise

Detail of photograph by Williams Anders
Detail of photograph by Williams Anders

The Earth also rises ...

On Dec. 24, 1968, on the first human orbit of the Moon, astronaut Williams Anders looked out the window of Apollo 8. Reaching for his camera, and its color film, Anders would capture an image that would change human perspectives of our planet, ourselves and our place in the universe.

Earthrise — © NASA/William Anders | OneShot



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