Nasa photos

Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of space with stunning NASA photos. Discover captivating images of galaxies, planets, and celestial events that will leave you in awe.
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We are used to see the epic, awe-inspiring, perfect photos from the golden age of NASA, during the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions. Those are not the photos that you will find in Drewatts Bloomsbury's auction. These are all pretty shitty—poorly exposed, badly framed, out of focus, or just plain boring.

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For thousands of years, people looked up at the night sky looking at the stars, seeking guidance, dreaming. While centuries passed with humans using the night sky for navigation or to record the passage of time, it was only in the last century that we actually started reaching for those stars, and not metaphorically.

Aj Porter
For Sale on 1stDibs - NASA Astronaut Bruce McCandless Untethered Spacewalk, Color Photo on Kodak paper, Photographic Film, Photographic Paper by NASA. Offered by 99Prints. Vintage, Collage, Nasa, Nasa Pictures, Nasa Photos, Nasa Art, Bruce, Photo, Fotos

Historic portrait photography of the first man to fly untethered in space. Above the earth in 1984, NASA Astronaut Bruce McCandless and his Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU). Crewmembers aboard the space shuttle Challenger nearby used a 70mm camera to photograph McCandless through windows on the flight deck. This is an 8" x 10" vintage chromogenic print on RC paper, numbered in red type on recto: NASA (S84-27017) in upper left margin with Kodak Paper watermarks on verso (photo back)…

nanna mantovani
NASA Announces: 5000 Exoplanets Discovered Hubble Space Telescope, Galaxies, Art, Nature, Astronomy, Nasa Stars, Nasa Space Pictures, Space Nasa, Solar System Model

Evolutionary scientists would like nothing better than to find life (in any form) outside Earth. But so far this has been lacking. The pages of the book on astrobiology (the study of life in the universe) remain blank, figuratively speaking. Regardless, some astronomers have predicted alien contact in just three years1 and half of humanity “believes in” aliens.2 Recently, a space exploration milestone has been achieved with NASA passing the 5,000 mark in terms of discovering exoplanets (

Lisa Clark