We might not be traveling there any more, but space will always be fascinating. When it comes to space travel, the Moon years with the likes of Armstrong and Aldrin will always be the most fascinating to us because they made the idea of traveling off planet and touching down somewhere else a reality. If you want to bring some on that otherworldly wanderlust home, you need to check out Christie’s most recent auction with 700 lots of photographs on the subject. “Voyage to Another World: The Victor Martin-Malburet Photograph Collection” includes an incredible collection of photographs including the first shot of the backside of the Moon, the first US Spacewalk, the first self-portrait in space, the first human-taken photograph of Earthrise, an astronaut’s footprint on the Moon, and, most importantly, the only photograph of Neil Armstrong on the moon (taken by none other than Buzz Aldrin). The “Voyage to Another World: The Victor Martin-Malburet Photograph Collection” auction ends on November 19th, so get your bids in now.