Hundreds of vintage photographs taken from the early years of Nasa space exploration are going under the hammer for a combined estimated price of around £647,000.
They include the first image ever to be taken in space, taken 65 miles from the surface in November 1946, as well as what has been dubbed the "world's best selfie" - the first self-portrait photograph taken by Buzz Aldrin in 1966, which he tweeted last year.
The prints are all vintage and date back several decades, rather than being modern reproductions, with an estimated price of between £200 and £10,000 each.
The set, titled From the Earth to the Moon: Vintage Nasa Photographs, all come from the same Europe-based collector. They will go on the block at 10.30am on Thursday at Bloomsbury Auction House in London.
Other images include the iconic shot of Buzz Aldrin's boot imprint on the surface of the moon, which is expected to last at least a million years, and a shot of famous American astronaut John Glenn, captured while in orbit around the Earth in the Friendship 7 capsule.
First man on the moon Neil Armstrong also features in a number of prints, including a shot of him during a simulation of the moon landing.