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TweetThe Moment NASA astronauts Captured Earthrise - Dec. 24, 1968 – the photo that almost never was! A look at the capturing of Earthrise by NASA, the iconic photograph of the Earth as you’ve never seen it before – … Continue reading
TweetHappy Birthday Hubble… NASA’s best-recognized, longest-lived and most prolific space observatory was launched April 24, 1990, aboard the space shuttle Discovery during the STS-31 mission. Hubble discoveries revolutionized nearly all areas of current astronomical research from planetary science to cosmology. … Continue reading
TweetTo celebrate Earth Day, let’s share an amazing image from one of my favorite sources of incredible imagery, NASA – enter the historic “Earthrise” photo captured on the Apollo 8 mission on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 1968. About the photo… … Continue reading