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https://flic.kr/p/zkpPXN | AS08-15-2535 | Apollo 8 Hasselblad image from film magazine 15/F - Trans-Earth Coast

Apollo 8 Hasselblad image from film magazine - Trans-Earth Coast

A view from Space

(Psalm He has founded the earth upon its established places; It will not be made to totter to time indefinite, or forever.

Sattelite

Space Shuttle Endeavour docked with the ISS, as photographed by the departing Soyuz spacecraft on 23 May during the mission.

Arp 148 aftermath of two galaxies merging

Arp 148 -- The collision between the two parent galaxies produced a shockwave effect that first drew matter into the centre and then caused it to propagate outwards in a ring.

In April of 1970, after an oxygen tank exploded and damaged their service module, the Apollo 13 astronauts were forced to abandon their plans to make the third manned lunar landing. The extent of the damage is revealed in this photo, taken as the crippled module was drifting away - jettisoned prior to their reentry and eventual safe splashdown. An entire panel on the right side of the module is seen to have been blown away and damage to internal structures is apparent.

Apolo 13 module service with damages by explosion

Galaxies impresionnantes

Who knew there were so many different types of galaxies. There could be as many as 100 to 200 billion galaxies in the observable universe. Here are some of the most fascinating.

NASA Gemini mission. Duration 1961-1966 Goals: Long-duration spaceflight; rendezvous and docking; extra-vehicular activity; targeted re-entry and Earth landing. Achieved: Eight-day flight necessary for Apollo; 14-day endurance flight; first American spacewalk; first rendezvous; first docking; demonstrated ability to work in EVA without tiring

NASA Gemini Mission Photos

Phobos flying over the surface of Mars #space? Phobos is the larger and closer of the two natural satellites of Mars. Both moons were discovered in 1877. A small, irregularly shaped object with a mean radius of 11 km, Phobos is seven times bigger than Mars' outer moon, Deimos. Wikipedia

Phobos flying over the surface of Mars. It is only 17 miles in length and orbits Mars at a height of roughly 5800 miles.

Lunar Orbiter 1 snagged the first glimpse of Earth ever taken from a spacecraft on August 23, 1966. The orbiter was on its 16th pass around the moon, seen here in the foreground.  Photograph by NASA

Lunar Orbiter 1 snagged the first glimpse of Earth ever taken from a spacecraft on August The orbiter was on its pass around the moon, seen here in the foreground. Photograph by NASA

everything in our solar system | Via Lilliam Milliam Velazquez

There's actually 179 known Moons in our solar system, if you include the Dwarf Planets: Eris - 1 moon Pluto - 5 moons Haumea - 2 moons Makemake - 0 moons Ceres - 0 moons

The Sickest Never-Before-Seen Photos from NASA's Apollo Mission | The Creators Project

The Sickest Never-Before-Seen Photos from NASA's Apollo Mission

Selecionamos as Melhores Fotos Inéditas da Missão Apollo da NASA

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