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<b>The First Photo of the Earth, 1966</b>; On Aug. 23, 1966, the world received its first view of Earth taken by the Lunar Orbiter I from the vicinity of the Moon.

These Are the Most Iconic Photos in Space Travel History

First ever picture of the earth from Lunar Orbiter 1 August 23

A plutonian landscape. Explanation.  Clicking on the picture will download  the highest resolution version available.

Sputnik Planum, Norgay Montes and Hillary Montes on Pluto, as seen from the New Horizons spacecraft.

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#HandOfGod Nebula in X-Ray

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Some people are calling this exploding star “the hand of God.” NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array has imaged a cloud of material ejected from a star that exploded in high-energy X-rays for the first time, shown in blue

The Earth seen from Apollo 17 - Apollo 17 - Wikipedia

Climate change could spike wars over natural resources in the not so distant future, as projected by many experts in the scientific community.

Hubble (télescope spatial) — Nébuleuse de la Tête de Cheval (vue infrarouge)

In celebration of its anniversary, see some of the most extraordinary cosmic images ever captured by the Hubble Space telescope

Stunning X-Ray Portrait Of The Sun Snapped By NASA's NuSTAR Space Telescope The Huffington Post	 |  By David Freeman 12/22/14

Spacecraft Snaps Stunning X-Ray Portrait Of The Sun

X-rays stream off the sun in this image showing observations from by NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, overlaid on a picture taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).

The Incredible Blink of a Eye Shot of #ISS crossing the #Moon by Dylan O’Donnell even astounds @NASA @InternationalSpaceStation http://www.macleans.ca/society/science/here-i-am-the-story-of-a-stunning-shot-in-the-dark/

Australian photographer Dylan O’Donnell captured this view of the International Space Station transiting the moon June Credit: Dylan O’Donnell


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Mars Quick Facts: This infographic has facts and figures about the Red Planet and how it compares to our home world, planet Earth.

Comet Morehouse photographed at the Lick Observatory Nov 15 1908

Comet Morehouse photographed at the Lick Observatory Nov 15 1908

What do you see in the stars?

The supernova remnant, shown in radio (green) against the infrared background of stars and dust (red), is being nicknamed the Manatee Nebula. CREDIT: NRAO/AUI/NSF, K. Golap, M. NASA’s Wide Field Survey Explorer (WISE)

Astronomie. Découverte d'une supernova exceptionnelle | Courrier international

Astronomie. Découverte d'une supernova exceptionnelle

The space telescope’s extraordinary vision has revealed star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies in detail no one could have imagined.