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Oldest known surviving heliograph (Nicéphore Niépce, 1825)

Oldest Known Surviving photograph (Nicéphore Niépce, 1826)

First x-ray (Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen, 1901)

The Wright Brothers‘ first sustained and controlled heavier-than-air powered flight (John T. Daniels, 1903)

The “Surgeon’s Photograph” of a Loch Ness Monster Hoax (supposedly Robert Kenneth Wilson, 1934)

Hindenburg Disaster (Murray Becker, 1937)

Lina Medina (Edmundo Escomel, 1939)

Glen Beck and Betty Snyder programming ENIAC 1 (unknown US Army photographer, 1946)

The first Transistor (unknown, 1947)

Watson and Crick (unknown, 1953)

Stroboscopy (Harold Edgerton, 1964)

A Child Is born (Lennart Nilsson, 1965)

Bigfoot (Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin, 1967)

Earthrise (William Anders, 1968)

Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 (Neil Armstrong, 1969)

Earth from Apollo 17 (Ron Evans, 1972)

Lenna Sjööblom (unknown Playboy photographer, 1972)

Black Bear Road (unknown, 1975)

Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion (unknown, 1986)

Les Horribles Cernettes (unknown, 1992)

Vacanti mouse (unknown, 1995)

Pillars of Creation (The Hubble Space Telescope, 1995)

Bliss (Charles O’Rear, 1996)

Spina Bifida operation (Michael Clancy, 1999)

Dolly the sheep (unknown, 2003)