Lens, 16mm, Fisheye, Nikon, Shuttle
- This Nikon fisheye lens was used on the STS-30 and STS-31 (Hubble deployment mission) space shuttle missions in the early 1990s with a Hasselblad camera, one of the most commonly used cameras in the space program. Lenses of this size are typically used for interior spacecraft photography a when wide angle views are desired.
- NASA transferred this lens to the Museum in 2008 when it was no longer needed for spaceflight.
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- Transferred from NASA, Johnson Space Center.
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- Aluminum, plastic, glass, Velcro
- Overall: 7.94 x 6.35cm (3 1/8in. x 2 1/2in.)
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- National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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