149756,0000000,0000000 Hasselblads are on the moon
IDK, but there is at least one in orbit.
I'm going up to see how many!
And, thank God he is going!
Use a Hasselblad with a strong Telescope to shoot the moon and crop and see if you can count them ;)
They were probably going to pick them up later when they were not hauling rocks.
At least one body/lens set from each mission. Gene Cernan and I talked about it once (he was the last man on the moon)... ... bragging to that I have spoken with Neil Armstrong a few times, never asked him about photography though. Jerry Ross a shuttle guy told me about NASA photo training. He was a shuttle commander and easily knows as much about photography as I do having done it my whole career.
There were 12 Hasselblad Electric Data Cameras (EDC) left on the moon. The 70mm film magazines came back with the crew.