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Pictured: The most expensive lot was a photograph taken of Buzz Aldrin by Neil Armstrong. The iconic image, which later featured on the copy of Live Magazine, sold for an incredible £11,050<br />
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A vast collection of photographs which document the history of space travel has gone under the hammer at auction.<br />
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More than 600 images were uncovered from a number of sources, with the oldest dating back to mankind's first ventures into space.<br />
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Among the highlights was the first image ever taken of a human in space and the first ever shot of the earth rising above the moon's horizon.