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Current feed - NASA Image of the Day

Hubble Peers into the Vast Distance
This picture showcases a gravitational lensing system called SDSS J0928+2031.
Good Morning From the Space Station!
Good morning to our beautiful world, said astronaut Anne McClain from aboard the Space Station on Feb. 21, 2019.
Countdown to Calving at Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf
Cracks growing across Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf are poised to release an iceberg with an area about twice the size of New York City. It is not yet clear how the remaining ice shelf will respond following the break, posing an uncertain future for scientific infrastructure and a human presence on the shelf that was first established in 1955.
Eat. Breathe. Do Science. Sleep Later.
Eat. Breathe. Do ccience. Sleep later. That's the motto of Derrick Pitts, NASA Solar System Ambassador.
NASA Glenn Keeps X-57 Cool
NASA is preparing to explore electric-powered flight with the X-57 Maxwell, a unique all-electric aircraft which features 14 propellers along its wing.
Astronauts Train for the Boeing Crew Flight Test
This preflight image from Feb. 6, 2019, shows NASA astronauts Mike Fincke and Nicole Mann and Boeing astronaut Chris Ferguson during spacewalk preparations and training inside the Space Station Airlock Mockup at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Taking a Look Back at Opportunity's Record-Setting Mission
NASA's record-setting Opportunity rover mission on Mars comes to end.
Robert Curbeam: Building the Space Station, Making History
Robert Curbeam currently holds the record for the most spacewalks during a single spaceflight.
The Red Planet's Layered History
Erosion of the surface reveals several shades of light toned layers, likely sedimentary deposits, as shown in this image taken by the HiRISE camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Mary Jackson: A Life of Service and a Love of Science
Mary Jackson began her engineering career in an era in which female engineers of any background were a rarity.

 

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