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Looking forward to joining for a Webinar this Friday. Re-energising your brand: Lessons from Kodak via
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Kodak Print Jul 22
‘We’ve got so many irons in the fire now’ Kodak Print Systems Division President John O’Grady sits down with to share about the future of print at Kodak.
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Kodak Jul 21
Celebrate 50 years of the Apollo 11 moon landing with this exclusive Kodak apparel. Available on :
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Kodak Jul 21
Retired Kodak engineer Art Cosgrove was one of the first people to see images of the far side of the Moon. Listen to him share about his experience in this special episode of podcast.
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The New York Times Jul 20
Exactly 50 years ago, at 4:17 p.m. Eastern time, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. See what it looked to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission, right on your smart phone.
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Kodak Jul 20
You don’t have to travel 238,000 miles to get a beautiful lunar shot. Just follow these tips. See all 8 at
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NASA Jul 20
50 years ago today, people around the globe gathered at their radios & televisions to join two humans as they landed on the Moon for the first time. As they took one small step, a giant leap was accomplished. Relive and understand this moment:
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Kodak Jul 20
When landed on the Moon 50 years ago today, Kodak was there. See how our engineers and scientists played a critical role in the mission in this short film — made with found footage from the Kodak Archives. Watch:
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NY Transit Museum Jul 20
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New Yorkers were among the first to see photos from the 1969 mission. engineers rushed to print 's just-released negatives from the , displaying the iconic images on the 18’ x 60’ Colorama in before they were published in print.
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Kodak Jul 20
One small step for man. One giant leap for how we see our world.
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Democrat & Chronicle Jul 19
See how Kodak played a role in the Apollo 11 moon-landing mission
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Kodak Jul 19
Today we celebrated with Kodak retirees that worked on the Apollo missions and the many other projects with during their time at Kodak. We thank them for their groundbreaking achievements. Learn more:
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David Bullwinkle Jul 19
Kodak CTO Terry Taber celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission with Kodak Retirees.
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Kodak Jul 18
Photographer Alex Baker () toured 's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans — documenting his visit on Kodak film. He shares about his experience on the Kodak Instagram. See more at
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Kodak Jul 18
Say cheese! We put together this list of 8 tips for photographing the moon. See all 8 at
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Kodak Jul 17
Art Cosgrove was one of the first people to view "the picture of the century" — the first image of the Earth from deep space. Read more about his role in the Lunar Orbiter program and in .
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Kodak Jul 17
Photographer talks space photography and his adventures in recreating replica film cameras that were taken into space on this episode of podcast. Listen:
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Kodak Jul 17
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WRVO News Jul 17
This Saturday marks 50 years since the United States put a man on the moon. Before that moon landing, needed to know what the surface of the moon looked like -- that's where Rochester's own comes in:
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Kodak Jul 16
You don’t have to travel 238,000 miles to get a beautiful lunar shot. Just follow these tips. See all 8 at
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