Issue #3

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Vice President Spiro Agnew [right center] and Former President Lyndon Johnson (left center] view the liftoff of Apollo 11 from the stands located at the Kennedy Space Center VIP viewing site. The two political figures were at the Kennedy Space Center to witness the launch of the first Manned Lunar Landing mission which took place from Pad 39A at 9:32 a.m. EDT.

Explore new boundaries, tear down walls and barriers, expand your horizons. Man’s curiosity, his desire to go “beyond” pushed him further and further ahead. Even outside his own planet, as it happened with the space race, which culminated in the great planetary spectacle of the moon landing, an event that in 2019 is 50 years old, while humanity is dreaming of Mars. Back on Earth, the desire to change society and reality was trigger to revolutions, political upheavals, transformations, which in turn generated new worlds, not always the best possible ones. In every important event, there was always at least one “devil” of photographer who, armed with the most disparate equipment, collected images to pass them on to posterity, telling stories about dramatic events, alternative realities and parallel universes.

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