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Stock Photo #4389-2130, NASA Develops World's Highest Resolution Visualization System
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NASA Develops World's Highest Resolution Visualization System
Stock Photo #4389-2296, NASA Aircraft and Ice Program
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NASA Aircraft and Ice Program
Stock Photo #1850-27963, Science, Space, Nasa, Earth Seen From Space.
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Science, Space, Nasa, Earth Seen From Space.
Stock Photo #1525R-78260, Voyager 2 Neptune & Triton 8/24/89 Rendering
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Voyager 2 Neptune & Triton 8/24/89 Rendering
Stock Photo #1457-1300, Space shuttle Atlantis atop the mobile launcher platform, NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA
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Space shuttle Atlantis atop the mobile launcher platform, NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA
Stock Photo #4389-1016, Young Alligator on Railroad Tracks
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Young Alligator on Railroad Tracks
Stock Photo #4389-1168, Red Sea and Jet Stream
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Red Sea and Jet Stream
Stock Photo #4389-1461, Launch of Spitzer Space Telescope
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Launch of Spitzer Space Telescope
Stock Photo #4389-701, Testing the X-43
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Testing the X-43
Stock Photo #4389-2251, Lifting Body Models and Radio Controlled Mothership
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Lifting Body Models and Radio Controlled Mothership
Stock Photo #4389-2259, Retrieving Ham the Chimp
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Retrieving Ham the Chimp
Stock Photo #4389-912, F-18 Mid-Air Refueling
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F-18 Mid-Air Refueling
Stock Photo #4389-1223, Melba Roy, NASA Mathematician
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Melba Roy, NASA Mathematician
Stock Photo #4389-2227, Sun and Moon
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Sun and Moon
Stock Photo #4389-1112, A Wrinkle Ridge in Solis Planum Seen by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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A Wrinkle Ridge in Solis Planum Seen by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Stock Photo #4389-1552, Syrtis Major Dunes Seen By Mars Global Surveyor
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Syrtis Major Dunes Seen By Mars Global Surveyor
Stock Photo #4308-269, CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -Space shuttle Endeavour sits on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Launch of the STS-130 mission to the International Space Station was planned at 4:14 a.m. EST. This was the second launch attempt for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-130 crew and the final scheduled space shuttle night launch. The first attempt on Feb. 7 was scrubbed due to unfavorable weather.
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -Space shuttle Endeavour sits on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Launch of the...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -Space shuttle Endeavour sits on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Launch of the STS-130 mission to the International Space Station was planned at 4:14 a.m. EST. This was the second launch attempt for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-130 crew and the final scheduled space shuttle night launch. The first attempt on Feb. 7 was scrubbed due to unfavorable weather.
Stock Photo #4389-2093, Inside GeneBox
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Inside GeneBox
Stock Photo #4389-331, Gemini 9 - The Angry Alligator in Orbit
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Gemini 9 - The Angry Alligator in Orbit
Stock Photo #4187-34783, Control Room of Kuiper Airborne Observatory,Astronomers observe Halley's Comet from an altitude of 41,000 feet aboard NASA's Gerard P. Kuiper Airborne Observatory, flying over the Pacific Ocean.
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Control Room of Kuiper Airborne Observatory,Astronomers observe Halley's Comet from an altitude of 41,000 feet aboard NASA's ...
Control Room of Kuiper Airborne Observatory,Astronomers observe Halley's Comet from an altitude of 41,000 feet aboard NASA's Gerard P. Kuiper Airborne Observatory, flying over the Pacific Ocean.
Stock Photo #4389-663, XF-91 Thunderceptor
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XF-91 Thunderceptor
Stock Photo #4389-1635, Coronal holes appear as dark areas of the corona when viewed in ultraviolet light and in X-rays. Coronal holes are the source of strong solar wind gusts that carry solar particles out to our magnetosphere and beyond. These images are over the span of a week, and are Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), at a wavelength of 284 angstroms.
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Coronal holes appear as dark areas of the corona when viewed in ultraviolet light and in X-rays. Coronal holes are the source...
Coronal holes appear as dark areas of the corona when viewed in ultraviolet light and in X-rays. Coronal holes are the source of strong solar wind gusts that carry solar particles out to our magnetosphere and beyond. These images are over the span of a week, and are Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), at a wavelength of 284 angstroms.
Stock Photo #4389-923, Phoenix Missile Mounted on F-15
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Phoenix Missile Mounted on F-15
Stock Photo #4389-1192, Testing Twin Jet Exhausts at Take-Off
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Testing Twin Jet Exhausts at Take-Off
Stock Photo #1457-1299, An aerial view shows the crawler-transporter at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
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An aerial view shows the crawler-transporter at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
Stock Photo #4389-1916, THEMIS and Earth's Magnetic Field
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THEMIS and Earth's Magnetic Field
Stock Photo #4389-2024, Milky Way Galaxy
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Milky Way Galaxy
Stock Photo #4313-707, STS-135 Atlantis sits on Pad 39A
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STS-135 Atlantis sits on Pad 39A
Stock Photo #4389-2427, Ship Trails Across the Ocean
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Ship Trails Across the Ocean
Stock Photo #4308-277, CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Propelled by an estimated 7 million pounds of thrust from two solid rocket boosters and three main engines, space shuttle Endeavour races to orbit from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Launch of the STS-130 mission to the International Space Station was at 4:14 a.m. EST. This was the second launch attempt for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-130 crew and the final scheduled space shuttle night launch. The first attempt on Feb. 7 was scrubbed due to un
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Propelled by an estimated 7 million pounds of thrust from two solid rocket boosters and three main eng...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Propelled by an estimated 7 million pounds of thrust from two solid rocket boosters and three main engines, space shuttle Endeavour races to orbit from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Launch of the STS-130 mission to the International Space Station was at 4:14 a.m. EST. This was the second launch attempt for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-130 crew and the final scheduled space shuttle night launch. The first attempt on Feb. 7 was scrubbed due to un
Stock Photo #4389-709, Space Shuttle and Carrier Taxing to Runway
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Space Shuttle and Carrier Taxing to Runway
Stock Photo #1457-1337, Space Shuttle Endeavour approaches landing, NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA
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Space Shuttle Endeavour approaches landing, NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA
Stock Photo #1895-8847, First launch of the Saturn V rocket, 9th November, 1967.
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First launch of the Saturn V rocket, 9th November, 1967.
Stock Photo #4389-1957, Planets of the Solar System
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Planets of the Solar System
Stock Photo #4093-20523, Astronaut Alan L. Bean Lunar Module pilot pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity (EVA) on the Moon's surface. Commander Charles Conrad Jr. who took the black and white photo is reflected in Bean's helmet visor.
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Astronaut Alan L. Bean Lunar Module pilot pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity (EVA) on the Moon's surfa...
Astronaut Alan L. Bean Lunar Module pilot pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity (EVA) on the Moon's surface. Commander Charles Conrad Jr. who took the black and white photo is reflected in Bean's helmet visor.
Stock Photo #4389-713, Space Shuttle Endeavour and 747 Taking Off
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Space Shuttle Endeavour and 747 Taking Off
Stock Photo #4389-1535, Radial Erosion on Mars by Mars Odyssey
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Radial Erosion on Mars by Mars Odyssey
Stock Photo #4389-897, HiMAT in Flight
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HiMAT in Flight
Stock Photo #1457-958, Satellite view of a space shuttle with earth in the background, Space Shuttle Discovery, July 28, 2005
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Satellite view of a space shuttle with earth in the background, Space Shuttle Discovery, July 28, 2005
Stock Photo #1895-8839, The surface of the Moon, 1967.
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The surface of the Moon, 1967.
Stock Photo #4389-2181, Heat From Engine Test
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Heat From Engine Test
Stock Photo #4389-2265, Astronauts Truly and Bluford Asleep on Middeck
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Astronauts Truly and Bluford Asleep on Middeck
Stock Photo #4389-2204, Interior of Titan
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Interior of Titan
Stock Photo #4389-1522, Jupiter's Great Red Spot
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Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Stock Photo #4389-369, On the Verge of a Supernova
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On the Verge of a Supernova
Stock Photo #4313-716, Final Shuttle Crew With Atlantis in Background
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Final Shuttle Crew With Atlantis in Background
Stock Photo #4389-592, Cracks in the Surface of Enceladus
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Cracks in the Surface of Enceladus
Stock Photo #4048-10962, NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft were launched in the 1977 and are still functioning, now 14 and 11.5 light-hours from the Sun. Each carries 12-inch gold plated copper disk of recorded sounds and images representing human cultures and life on Earth.
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NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft were launched in the 1977 and are still functioning, now 14 and 11.5 light-hours from the S...
NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft were launched in the 1977 and are still functioning, now 14 and 11.5 light-hours from the Sun. Each carries 12-inch gold plated copper disk of recorded sounds and images representing human cultures and life on Earth.
Stock Photo #4313-289, A Delta IV rocket launches the GOES-O (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) weather satellite for NASA and NOAA.
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A Delta IV rocket launches the GOES-O (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) weather satellite for NASA and NOAA...
A Delta IV rocket launches the GOES-O (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) weather satellite for NASA and NOAA.
Stock Photo #1566-923928, Saturn V rocket from the Apollo moon program with the Command Service Module below, Saturn V complex, Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
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Saturn V rocket from the Apollo moon program with the Command Service Module below, Saturn V complex, Kennedy Space Center, C...
Saturn V rocket from the Apollo moon program with the Command Service Module below, Saturn V complex, Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
Stock Photo #1895-44226, Lima, Peru, from the International Space Station, March 2005.
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Lima, Peru, from the International Space Station, March 2005.
Stock Photo #4356-262, Rollout of Ares I-X -- First Flight of a New Moon Rocket
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Rollout of Ares I-X -- First Flight of a New Moon Rocket
Stock Photo #4197R-49100, The earth in space
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The earth in space
Stock Photo #4356-201, Largest Rocket in the World Successfully Test Fired, Seen From Remote Camera Angle About 200 Yards Away
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Largest Rocket in the World Successfully Test Fired, Seen From Remote Camera Angle About 200 Yards Away
Stock Photo #4389-868, X-38 in Flight
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X-38 in Flight
Stock Photo #4313-878, Delta IV Launches WGS-4 Communications Satellite
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Delta IV Launches WGS-4 Communications Satellite
Stock Photo #4389-1984, Crater Shows Evidence for Water
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Crater Shows Evidence for Water
Stock Photo #4389-1723, Ion Engine Inspection
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Ion Engine Inspection
Stock Photo #4313-1010, Space Shuttle Discovery Prepares For Its Final Flight - To The Smithsonian
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Space Shuttle Discovery Prepares For Its Final Flight - To The Smithsonian
Stock Photo #1566-0157307, Shuttle ´Columbia´ at launch pad. KSC. NASA. Florida. USA.
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Shuttle ´Columbia´ at launch pad. KSC. NASA. Florida. USA.
Stock Photo #1895-8857, Ascent stage of the Apollo Lunar Module 3 (LM-3), 1968.
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Ascent stage of the Apollo Lunar Module 3 (LM-3), 1968.
Stock Photo #1895-44344, Weightless astronauts, c 2005.
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Weightless astronauts, c 2005.
Stock Photo #4389-2463, Mars
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Mars
Stock Photo #4308-118, Space Shuttle Discovery Begins Her Historic Return to Flight
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Space Shuttle Discovery Begins Her Historic Return to Flight
Stock Photo #4313-1323, The Space Shuttle Atlantis is seen as it is moved between the Vehicle Assembly Building and Orbiter Processing Facility to undergo final preparations for its transfer to the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex museum following its retirement at the end of the shuttle program.
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The Space Shuttle Atlantis is seen as it is moved between the Vehicle Assembly Building and Orbiter Processing Facility to un...
The Space Shuttle Atlantis is seen as it is moved between the Vehicle Assembly Building and Orbiter Processing Facility to undergo final preparations for its transfer to the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex museum following its retirement at the end of the shuttle program.
Stock Photo #4048-10865, Cutaway view of Skylab, the first Earth orbit space station. The top level is the work area and utility storage. The middle level held crew living area and facilities for experiments. The lowest level of the station included a large waste tank, propellant tanks for maneuvering jets, and a heat radiator. 1972.
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Cutaway view of Skylab, the first Earth orbit space station. The top level is the work area and utility storage. The middle l...
Cutaway view of Skylab, the first Earth orbit space station. The top level is the work area and utility storage. The middle level held crew living area and facilities for experiments. The lowest level of the station included a large waste tank, propellant tanks for maneuvering jets, and a heat radiator. 1972.
Stock Photo #4389-799, SR-71 Taking Off
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SR-71 Taking Off
Stock Photo #4356-253, Ares I-X -- First Flight of a New Moon Rocket
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Ares I-X -- First Flight of a New Moon Rocket
Stock Photo #4389-2361, Botswana in the Dry Season
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Botswana in the Dry Season
Stock Photo #1895-23911, Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) test firing, USA, 1981.
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Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) test firing, USA, 1981.
Stock Photo #4389-824, Laser-Cut Holes on Glove Used in Laminar Flow Test
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Laser-Cut Holes on Glove Used in Laminar Flow Test
Stock Photo #4404-1030, Space capsule structure model
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Space capsule structure model
Stock Photo #4093-20533, The Lockheed Martin/Boeing Tier III- (minus) unpiloted aerial vehicle is inspected by NASA personnel September 14 1995 following its arrival at the Dryden Flight Research Center Edwards California.
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The Lockheed Martin/Boeing Tier III- (minus) unpiloted aerial vehicle is inspected by NASA personnel September 14 1995 follow...
The Lockheed Martin/Boeing Tier III- (minus) unpiloted aerial vehicle is inspected by NASA personnel September 14 1995 following its arrival at the Dryden Flight Research Center Edwards California.
Stock Photo #1895-8953, Recovery of one of the Apollo 10 astronauts, 26th May 1969.
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Recovery of one of the Apollo 10 astronauts, 26th May 1969.
Stock Photo #4389-377, Stars Shine Through Dust in the Small Magellanic Cloud
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Stars Shine Through Dust in the Small Magellanic Cloud
Stock Photo #1895-9364, View of the Martian surface from Viking 1, 1976.
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View of the Martian surface from Viking 1, 1976.
Stock Photo #4308-246, CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the astronauts on the STS-129 crew, dressed in their orange launch-and-entry suits, wave to spectators as they walk out of the Operations and Checkout Building for the 15-minute ride in the Astrovan to Launch Pad 39A. From left are Mission Specialists Mike Foreman, Leland Melvin and Robert L. Satcher Jr.; Commander Charles O. Hobaugh; Mission Specialist Randy Bresnik; and Pilot Barry E. Wilmore. Liftoff is set for 2:28 p.m. EST No
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the astronauts on the STS-129 crew, dressed in their orange...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the astronauts on the STS-129 crew, dressed in their orange launch-and-entry suits, wave to spectators as they walk out of the Operations and Checkout Building for the 15-minute ride in the Astrovan to Launch Pad 39A. From left are Mission Specialists Mike Foreman, Leland Melvin and Robert L. Satcher Jr.; Commander Charles O. Hobaugh; Mission Specialist Randy Bresnik; and Pilot Barry E. Wilmore. Liftoff is set for 2:28 p.m. EST No
Stock Photo #4268R-9938, Cross section illustration of NASA Space Shuttle
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Cross section illustration of NASA Space Shuttle
Stock Photo #4389-166, Chryse Outflow Channel, Mars, from Viking Orbiter
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Chryse Outflow Channel, Mars, from Viking Orbiter
Stock Photo #1597-6060, Apollo Saturn V, visitor, cape Canaveral, centre, Florida, inside, Kennedy Space centre, person, lunar module, NASA,
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Apollo Saturn V, visitor, cape Canaveral, centre, Florida, inside, Kennedy Space centre, person, lunar module, NASA,
Stock Photo #4313-284, A Delta IV rocket launches the GOES-N (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) weather satellite for NASA and NOAA.
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A Delta IV rocket launches the GOES-N (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) weather satellite for NASA and NOAA...
A Delta IV rocket launches the GOES-N (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) weather satellite for NASA and NOAA.
Stock Photo #1895-9306, Infrared picture of part of north-west Europe from space, 1978.
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Infrared picture of part of north-west Europe from space, 1978.
Stock Photo #1895-9416, Close-up view of the Martian landscape from the Viking 2 Lander, 1976.
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Close-up view of the Martian landscape from the Viking 2 Lander, 1976.
Stock Photo #4389-650, Aldebaran and the Rings of Saturn
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Aldebaran and the Rings of Saturn
Stock Photo #4389-800, Planes at Rogers Dry Lake Bed
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Planes at Rogers Dry Lake Bed
Stock Photo #4048-10869, Skylab 3 Astronaut Allen Bean on the ergometer, breathing into the metabolic analyzer. The experiment obtained information on astronauts' physiological condition in zero gravity. July 28 to Sept. 25, 1973.
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Skylab 3 Astronaut Allen Bean on the ergometer, breathing into the metabolic analyzer. The experiment obtained information on...
Skylab 3 Astronaut Allen Bean on the ergometer, breathing into the metabolic analyzer. The experiment obtained information on astronauts' physiological condition in zero gravity. July 28 to Sept. 25, 1973.
Stock Photo #4093-20504, The longest Space Shuttle flight in program history begins at 10:53:10 a.m. EDT with a flawless liftoff from Launch Pad 39B. During the 14 day flight of STS-58, a seven member crew will study extensively the adaptation of the human body to the near-weightless environment of space.
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The longest Space Shuttle flight in program history begins at 10:53:10 a.m. EDT with a flawless liftoff from Launch Pad 39B. ...
The longest Space Shuttle flight in program history begins at 10:53:10 a.m. EDT with a flawless liftoff from Launch Pad 39B. During the 14 day flight of STS-58, a seven member crew will study extensively the adaptation of the human body to the near-weightless environment of space.
Stock Photo #4368-131, View of the now-defunct centrifuge at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), now the Johnson Space Center (JSC) formerly located in the Flight Acceleration Facility, bldg 29. The 50-ft. arm can swing the three man gondola to create g-forces astronauts will experience during controlled flight and during reentry. The centrifuge was designed primarily for training Apollo astronauts.
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View of the now-defunct centrifuge at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), now the Johnson Space Center (JSC) formerly located...
View of the now-defunct centrifuge at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), now the Johnson Space Center (JSC) formerly located in the Flight Acceleration Facility, bldg 29. The 50-ft. arm can swing the three man gondola to create g-forces astronauts will experience during controlled flight and during reentry. The centrifuge was designed primarily for training Apollo astronauts.
Stock Photo #4389-1569, Tectonic Plates Collide in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman by MODIS
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Tectonic Plates Collide in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman by MODIS
Stock Photo #4389-135, The Georgia Coast from Space
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The Georgia Coast from Space
Stock Photo #4187-34458, Astronauts Checking Out Tools,Space shuttle astronauts, dressed in surgical coats and hair coverings to prevent contamination, inspect a standard set of tools. These will be used in a mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. | Location: near the Johnson Space Center, Houston, Tex
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Astronauts Checking Out Tools,Space shuttle astronauts, dressed in surgical coats and hair coverings to prevent contamination...
Astronauts Checking Out Tools,Space shuttle astronauts, dressed in surgical coats and hair coverings to prevent contamination, inspect a standard set of tools. These will be used in a mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. | Location: near the Johnson Space Center, Houston, Tex
Stock Photo #1895-9154, The Soviet Soyuz 19 spacecraft in orbit, Apollo/Soyuz Project, 1975.
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The Soviet Soyuz 19 spacecraft in orbit, Apollo/Soyuz Project, 1975.
Stock Photo #4389-771, NASA Lifting Bodies on Rogers Dry Lake Bed
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NASA Lifting Bodies on Rogers Dry Lake Bed
Stock Photo #4286-29791, Astronaut in a space suit on the surface of the moon walking toward a telephone call box.
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Astronaut in a space suit on the surface of the moon walking toward a telephone call box.
Stock Photo #1566-825748, City Lights This striking photograph features two of China’s most populous cities--Beijing and Tianjin--both located in the northern part of the country near the Bohai Gulf The United Nations estimated 2010 population for the Beijing metropolitan area is. City Lights This striking photograph features two of China’s most populous cities--Beijing and Tianjin--both located in the northern part of the country near the Bohai Gulf The United Nations estimated 2010 population for the Beijing metropol
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City Lights This striking photograph features two of China’s most populous cities--Beijing and Tianjin--both located in the n...
City Lights This striking photograph features two of China’s most populous cities--Beijing and Tianjin--both located in the northern part of the country near the Bohai Gulf The United Nations estimated 2010 population for the Beijing metropolitan area is. City Lights This striking photograph features two of China’s most populous cities--Beijing and Tianjin--both located in the northern part of the country near the Bohai Gulf The United Nations estimated 2010 population for the Beijing metropol
Stock Photo #4313-1701, USA, Florida, Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, view of space rocket taking off. An Atlas V (Atlas 5) rocket launches from Cape Canaveral carrying NASA's next-generation Tracking & Data Relay System satellite, TDRS-K, into geosynchronous orbit, January 30, 2013.
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USA, Florida, Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, view of space rocket taking off. An Atlas V (Atlas 5) rocket launches fro...
USA, Florida, Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, view of space rocket taking off. An Atlas V (Atlas 5) rocket launches from Cape Canaveral carrying NASA's next-generation Tracking & Data Relay System satellite, TDRS-K, into geosynchronous orbit, January 30, 2013.
Stock Photo #4368-186, State-of-the-art high speed motion picture processors, black-and-white film processing machines, and an ultrasonic film cleaning machine.
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State-of-the-art high speed motion picture processors, black-and-white film processing machines, and an ultrasonic film clean...
State-of-the-art high speed motion picture processors, black-and-white film processing machines, and an ultrasonic film cleaning machine.
Stock Photo #4389-264, Apollo 16 - Photo of a Family Photo on the Surface of the Moon
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Apollo 16 - Photo of a Family Photo on the Surface of the Moon
Stock Photo #4389-1633, A series of three (Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph) LASCO C2 images shows a large coronal mass ejection, showing the structures of the expanding cloud unusually strong and clearly defined. The white circle represents the size of the Sun.
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A series of three (Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph) LASCO C2 images shows a large coronal mass ejection, showing th...
A series of three (Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph) LASCO C2 images shows a large coronal mass ejection, showing the structures of the expanding cloud unusually strong and clearly defined. The white circle represents the size of the Sun.
Stock Photo #4048-10845, Christa McAuliffe Experiences Weightlessness. She represented the Teacher in Space Project and died when Challenger exploded during take-off on January 28, 1986.
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Christa McAuliffe Experiences Weightlessness. She represented the Teacher in Space Project and died when Challenger exploded ...
Christa McAuliffe Experiences Weightlessness. She represented the Teacher in Space Project and died when Challenger exploded during take-off on January 28, 1986.
Stock Photo #4389-2505, Survival of the Elements
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Survival of the Elements
Stock Photo #4389-461, Space Shuttle Atlantis Launches at Night
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Space Shuttle Atlantis Launches at Night
Stock Photo #4389-1766, First Meeting of NACA, 1915
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First Meeting of NACA, 1915
Stock Photo #4389-702, Super Guppy Landing at Dryden Flight Research Center
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Super Guppy Landing at Dryden Flight Research Center
Stock Photo #4389-1439, Replica of Syncom, The First Geosynchronous Satellite
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Replica of Syncom, The First Geosynchronous Satellite
Stock Photo #4141-7940, europe - lights at night please credit: nasa/t&t stack/nhpa for editorial use only; not for promotion or endorsement
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europe - lights at night please credit: nasa/t&t stack/nhpa for editorial use only; not for promotion or endorsement
Stock Photo #4409-35470, ALDRIN, Edwin E. American astronaut, pilot of the Apollo XI command module, expedition that conquered the moon on 20 July 1969.
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ALDRIN, Edwin E. American astronaut, pilot of the Apollo XI command module, expedition that conquered the moon on 20 July 196...
ALDRIN, Edwin E. American astronaut, pilot of the Apollo XI command module, expedition that conquered the moon on 20 July 1969.
Stock Photo #4389-1504, Parts of Ares I-X Arrives at Kennedy Space Center
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Parts of Ares I-X Arrives at Kennedy Space Center
Stock Photo #4389-856, First Free Flight of X-38
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First Free Flight of X-38
Stock Photo #4389-2039, Simulating the Surface of Mars
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Simulating the Surface of Mars
Stock Photo #4389-2422, Pingualuit Crater in Quebec
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Pingualuit Crater in Quebec
Stock Photo #1527R-1205620, Wind turbine on landscape with building nearby
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Wind turbine on landscape with building nearby
Stock Photo #4313-1008, Space Shuttle Discovery Prepares For Its Final Flight - To The Smithsonian
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Space Shuttle Discovery Prepares For Its Final Flight - To The Smithsonian
Stock Photo #4316-6668, Subaru Telescope on a hill, Mauna Kea, Hawaii Islands, Hawaii, USA
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Subaru Telescope on a hill, Mauna Kea, Hawaii Islands, Hawaii, USA
Stock Photo #4389-2552, Testing the Applications Technology Satellite
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Testing the Applications Technology Satellite
Stock Photo #4389-549, Mars Global Surveyor Lifting Off
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Mars Global Surveyor Lifting Off
Stock Photo #4389-1211, Wright Apache Airplane
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Wright Apache Airplane
Stock Photo #4389-1714, Tier III- DarkStar on Ramp
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Tier III- DarkStar on Ramp
Stock Photo #1895-9025, Official Apollo 13 mission emblem, 1970.
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Official Apollo 13 mission emblem, 1970.
Stock Photo #4389-820, Testing the Tire Assault Vehicle
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Testing the Tire Assault Vehicle
Stock Photo #4048-10596, Apollo 11 Lunar Module pilot Edwin Aldrin during the lunar landing mission. July 20, 1969.
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Apollo 11 Lunar Module pilot Edwin Aldrin during the lunar landing mission. July 20, 1969.
Stock Photo #4389-2354, Auckland
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Auckland
Stock Photo #618-560, USA, California, Los Angeles, Space shuttle Endeavour being towed
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USA, California, Los Angeles, Space shuttle Endeavour being towed
Stock Photo #4389-119, A View of the Palk Strait From Space
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A View of the Palk Strait From Space
Stock Photo #1895-34842, Apollo 10 Command Module, 1969.
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Apollo 10 Command Module, 1969.
Stock Photo #1895-9137, Viking 2 on Mars, 1976.
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Viking 2 on Mars, 1976.
Stock Photo #1486-7061, Space shuttle at the space center, NASA Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
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Space shuttle at the space center, NASA Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
Stock Photo #4389-1139, Tenoumer Crater in Mauritania Seen by Terra Satellite
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Tenoumer Crater in Mauritania Seen by Terra Satellite
Stock Photo #4093-20542, Astronaut John W. Young Commander of the Apollo 16 mission replaces tools in the hand tool carrier at the aft end of the Rover Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during the second Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-2) at the Descartes landing site.
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Astronaut John W. Young Commander of the Apollo 16 mission replaces tools in the hand tool carrier at the aft end of the Rove...
Astronaut John W. Young Commander of the Apollo 16 mission replaces tools in the hand tool carrier at the aft end of the Rover Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during the second Apollo 16 extravehicular activity (EVA-2) at the Descartes landing site.
Stock Photo #4389-626, Close-Up of Crater on Surface of Rhea
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Close-Up of Crater on Surface of Rhea
Stock Photo #4239R-6009, An Orion class Crew Exploration Vehicle paired with a Soyuz TMA spacecraft.
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An Orion class Crew Exploration Vehicle paired with a Soyuz TMA spacecraft.
Stock Photo #4048-8598, International Space Station in 2001. Photo made from the Space Shuttle Discovery after joint mission and an crew exchange. March 18, 2001.
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International Space Station in 2001. Photo made from the Space Shuttle Discovery after joint mission and an crew exchange. Ma...
International Space Station in 2001. Photo made from the Space Shuttle Discovery after joint mission and an crew exchange. March 18, 2001.
Stock Photo #4389-1000, High Intensity Radiation Laboratory Reverberation Facility
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High Intensity Radiation Laboratory Reverberation Facility
Stock Photo #4187-23935, "Galileo" Space Probe in a Vacuum Chamber
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"Galileo" Space Probe in a Vacuum Chamber
Stock Photo #1899-91247, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins during the press conference before the start of Apollo11 mission. Houston, USA, July 1969
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Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins during the press conference before the start of Apollo11 mission. Houston, US...
Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins during the press conference before the start of Apollo11 mission. Houston, USA, July 1969
Stock Photo #4407-2588, NEW HAMPSHIRE - FEBRUARY 24: Senator John Glenn campaigning on February 24, 1984 in New Hampshire. (Photo by Michael Grecco)
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NEW HAMPSHIRE - FEBRUARY 24: Senator John Glenn campaigning on February 24, 1984 in New Hampshire. (Photo by Michael Grecco)
Stock Photo #1895-44228, High-altitude balloon.
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High-altitude balloon.
Stock Photo #4389-1037, Fuel Tank and Vented Gases
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Fuel Tank and Vented Gases
Stock Photo #4389-1056, Clouds Over Gulf of Mexico
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Clouds Over Gulf of Mexico
Stock Photo #1566-1213191, Bay St Louis, Mississippi - A tsunami buoy on display at NASA´s Infinity Science Center Infinity contains exhibits on 50 years of space exploration and other science issues The Tsunami buoys are operated by the national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administ
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Bay St Louis, Mississippi - A tsunami buoy on display at NASA´s Infinity Science Center Infinity contains exhibits on 50 year...
Bay St Louis, Mississippi - A tsunami buoy on display at NASA´s Infinity Science Center Infinity contains exhibits on 50 years of space exploration and other science issues The Tsunami buoys are operated by the national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administ
Stock Photo #4389-1901, International Space Station and Robot Arm
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International Space Station and Robot Arm
Stock Photo #4389-2453, Wilson's Promontory National Park
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Wilson's Promontory National Park
Stock Photo #1895-9006, Apollo 12 astronauts in training, 1969.
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Apollo 12 astronauts in training, 1969.
Stock Photo #1895-9855, Assembly of the Hubble Space Telescope, 1980s.
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Assembly of the Hubble Space Telescope, 1980s.
Stock Photo #4389-646, Reflection of the Sun on Saturn's Rings
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Reflection of the Sun on Saturn's Rings
Stock Photo #4389-419, New Stars Arise in a Sea of Red
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New Stars Arise in a Sea of Red
Stock Photo #4389-2283, Model in Vortex Facility
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Model in Vortex Facility
Stock Photo #4048-10812, First test flight of a giant Saturn V rocket for the Apollo 4 mission at the Kennedy Space Center. Nov. 8, 1967.
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First test flight of a giant Saturn V rocket for the Apollo 4 mission at the Kennedy Space Center. Nov. 8, 1967.
Stock Photo #2660-127, Astronauts Patrick Forrester and Steven Swanson (out of frame), both STS-117 Mission specialists, participate in the Atlantis mission's first planned session of extravehicular activity (EVA). June 13, 2007
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Astronauts Patrick Forrester and Steven Swanson (out of frame), both STS-117 Mission specialists, participate in the Atlantis...
Astronauts Patrick Forrester and Steven Swanson (out of frame), both STS-117 Mission specialists, participate in the Atlantis mission's first planned session of extravehicular activity (EVA). June 13, 2007
Stock Photo #1491R-1125870, Night launch of the space shuttle
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Night launch of the space shuttle
Stock Photo #4389-1695, The dark coronal hole in the Sun's lower region is a 'open' magnetic area through which the solar wind follows, here in between to active areas, and seen in this view from Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO)'s Behind spacecraft's 195 Angstrom instrument.
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The dark coronal hole in the Sun's lower region is a 'open' magnetic area through which the solar wind follows, here in betwe...
The dark coronal hole in the Sun's lower region is a 'open' magnetic area through which the solar wind follows, here in between to active areas, and seen in this view from Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO)'s Behind spacecraft's 195 Angstrom instrument.
Stock Photo #4055-2267, Aerospace Museum, Balboa Park, San Diego, California (SD)
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Aerospace Museum, Balboa Park, San Diego, California (SD)
Stock Photo #1566-1395516, (29 May 2011) --- Backdropped by Earth's horizon and the blackness of space, the International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-134 crew member on the space shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 11:55 p.m. (EDT) on May 29, 2011. Endeavour spent 11 days, 17 hours and 41 minutes attached to the orbiting laboratory.
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(29 May 2011) --- Backdropped by Earth's horizon and the blackness of space, the International Space Station is featured in t...
(29 May 2011) --- Backdropped by Earth's horizon and the blackness of space, the International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-134 crew member on the space shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 11:55 p.m. (EDT) on May 29, 2011. Endeavour spent 11 days, 17 hours and 41 minutes attached to the orbiting laboratory.
Stock Photo #4389-2110, Space Shuttle Hand Held Wireless Scanner
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Space Shuttle Hand Held Wireless Scanner
Stock Photo #4389-2483, The Art of Making Stars
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The Art of Making Stars
Stock Photo #4389-2064, 3% Scale Model of the Space Shuttle
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3% Scale Model of the Space Shuttle
Stock Photo #4389-1105, Sand Dunes in Nili Patera Caldera Seen by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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Sand Dunes in Nili Patera Caldera Seen by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Stock Photo #4389-831, F-15 in Flight
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F-15 in Flight
Stock Photo #4187-34633, Mock-Up of a Space Station Workstation,NASA architect Rod Jones sits in the mock-up of a space station cupola. This is one possible design for a work area aboard a future space station.
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Mock-Up of a Space Station Workstation,NASA architect Rod Jones sits in the mock-up of a space station cupola. This is one po...
Mock-Up of a Space Station Workstation,NASA architect Rod Jones sits in the mock-up of a space station cupola. This is one possible design for a work area aboard a future space station.
Stock Photo #4389-2028, NGC 6240
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NGC 6240
Stock Photo #4389-957, Cutaway View of North American X-15
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Cutaway View of North American X-15
Stock Photo #4389-300, An Apollo 17 Astronaut and Lunar Rover in a Moon Valley
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An Apollo 17 Astronaut and Lunar Rover in a Moon Valley
Stock Photo #4389-2407, Jan Mayen Disturbs Clouds
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Jan Mayen Disturbs Clouds
Stock Photo #2660-134, A nadir view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis was photographed by a member of the Expedition 15 crew aboard the International Space Station as the two spacecraft were nearing their much-anticipated link-up in Earth orbit. June 10, 2007
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A nadir view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis was photographed by a member of the Expedition 15 crew aboard the International Sp...
A nadir view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis was photographed by a member of the Expedition 15 crew aboard the International Space Station as the two spacecraft were nearing their much-anticipated link-up in Earth orbit. June 10, 2007
Stock Photo #4389-1928, International Space Station's Solar Panels
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International Space Station's Solar Panels
Stock Photo #1895-44353, Saturn's rings, c 2000.
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Saturn's rings, c 2000.
Stock Photo #4389-245, Apollo 11 - A Bag of Equipment is Left Behind
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Apollo 11 - A Bag of Equipment is Left Behind
Stock Photo #1895-8868, Ascent stage of Lunar Module 4, 1968.
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Ascent stage of Lunar Module 4, 1968.
Stock Photo #1566-0157268, Shuttle Endeavour ready for launch
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Shuttle Endeavour ready for launch
Stock Photo #4389-1824, Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) Qualification Unit
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Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) Qualification Unit
Stock Photo #1597-6050, cape Canaveral, Florida, Kennedy Space centre, NASA, rockets, astronautics, Rocking guards, carrier rockets, USA, Am
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cape Canaveral, Florida, Kennedy Space centre, NASA, rockets, astronautics, Rocking guards, carrier rockets, USA, Am
Stock Photo #4055-8788, Crowds come out on October 12, 2012, to see the Space Shuttle Endeavour at a parking lot in Westchester, as it is transported over three days, 12 miles from Los Angeles Airport to its new home at the California Science Center. Los Angeles, California
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Crowds come out on October 12, 2012, to see the Space Shuttle Endeavour at a parking lot in Westchester, as it is transported...
Crowds come out on October 12, 2012, to see the Space Shuttle Endeavour at a parking lot in Westchester, as it is transported over three days, 12 miles from Los Angeles Airport to its new home at the California Science Center. Los Angeles, California
Stock Photo #4389-1359, Astronaut Working on International Space Station
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Astronaut Working on International Space Station
Stock Photo #1457-1154, Scarecrow, a mobility testing model for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, easily traverses large rocks in the Mars Yard testing area at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The Mars Science Laboratory rover is in development for launch in 2009
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Scarecrow, a mobility testing model for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, easily traverses large rocks in the Mars Yard testing...
Scarecrow, a mobility testing model for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, easily traverses large rocks in the Mars Yard testing area at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The Mars Science Laboratory rover is in development for launch in 2009
Stock Photo #4389-2393, Stellar Nursery in Triffid Nebula
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Stellar Nursery in Triffid Nebula
Stock Photo #4389-440, Top-Down View of Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 in Eridanus
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Top-Down View of Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 in Eridanus
Stock Photo #4389-1005, Installed Diagonal Probe
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Installed Diagonal Probe
Stock Photo #4389-1140, Patagonian Ice Shelf in Chile
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Patagonian Ice Shelf in Chile
Stock Photo #1895-8984, Artist’s impression of the Lunar Module blasting off from the Moon, 1968.
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Artist’s impression of the Lunar Module blasting off from the Moon, 1968.
Stock Photo #4356-198, Largest Rocket in the World Successfully Test Fired, Seen From Remote Camera Angle
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Largest Rocket in the World Successfully Test Fired, Seen From Remote Camera Angle
Stock Photo #4389-1352, Sunset in Orbit
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Sunset in Orbit
Stock Photo #4313-318, NASA's nuclear-powered New Horizons spacecraft, the world's first mission to Pluto, is prepared for launch inside a cleanroom at the Kennedy Space Center. The payload fairing for the Atlas V rocket that will launch it can be seen in the background.
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NASA's nuclear-powered New Horizons spacecraft, the world's first mission to Pluto, is prepared for launch inside a cleanroom...
NASA's nuclear-powered New Horizons spacecraft, the world's first mission to Pluto, is prepared for launch inside a cleanroom at the Kennedy Space Center. The payload fairing for the Atlas V rocket that will launch it can be seen in the background.
Stock Photo #4389-1054, Cerro Culiacan
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Cerro Culiacan
Stock Photo #4389-963, NASA F-18 at Edwards Air Force Base
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NASA F-18 at Edwards Air Force Base
Stock Photo #1486-16414, USA, Texas, Houston, Rocket Park at Space Center
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USA, Texas, Houston, Rocket Park at Space Center
Stock Photo #1895-9029, Apollo 13 astronauts James Lovell and Fred Haise during training, 1970.
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Apollo 13 astronauts James Lovell and Fred Haise during training, 1970.
Stock Photo #4389-2541, Fourier Telescope
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Fourier Telescope
Stock Photo #4389-2002, Map of Titan
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Map of Titan
Stock Photo #4048-8582, Apollo 11 Earth view from space. View of the western Pacific Ocean and Baja Mexico. July 17, 1969.
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Apollo 11 Earth view from space. View of the western Pacific Ocean and Baja Mexico. July 17, 1969.
Stock Photo #4389-1530, Mamers Valles by Mars Odyssey
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Mamers Valles by Mars Odyssey
Stock Photo #4389-1489, W5 Star-Forming Region
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W5 Star-Forming Region
Stock Photo #1895-20267, Camera scan from the surface of Mars taken by the Viking 1 Lander, 1976.
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Camera scan from the surface of Mars taken by the Viking 1 Lander, 1976.
Stock Photo #4368-180, The Apollo command module AS201 is prepared by frogmen to be hoisted aboard the USS Boxer. AS-201 was a successful unmanned sub orbital Apollo/Saturn 1B Mission 201 test flight. An instrumented Apollo Command/Service modules and a spacecraft LEM adapter was launched from Kennedy Space Center by a Saturn 1B to check spacecraft and launch vehicle mechanical compatibility, the spacecraft heat shield in a high-velocity re-entry mode, and the service module propulsion system.
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The Apollo command module AS201 is prepared by frogmen to be hoisted aboard the USS Boxer. AS-201 was a successful unmanned s...
The Apollo command module AS201 is prepared by frogmen to be hoisted aboard the USS Boxer. AS-201 was a successful unmanned sub orbital Apollo/Saturn 1B Mission 201 test flight. An instrumented Apollo Command/Service modules and a spacecraft LEM adapter was launched from Kennedy Space Center by a Saturn 1B to check spacecraft and launch vehicle mechanical compatibility, the spacecraft heat shield in a high-velocity re-entry mode, and the service module propulsion system.
Stock Photo #4389-306, Apollo 17 - A Heavily Cratered Moon
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Apollo 17 - A Heavily Cratered Moon
Stock Photo #4389-443, Cluster of Galaxies Abell S0740
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Cluster of Galaxies Abell S0740
Stock Photo #1566-1109042, 17 April 2002 --- This full view of the International Space Station ISS, recorded by the STS-110 crewmembers on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the undocking of the two spacecraft some 247 statute miles above the North Atlantic Atlantis pulled. 17 April 2002 --- This full view of the International Space Station ISS, recorded by the STS-110 crewmembers on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the undocking of the two spacecraft some 247 statute miles above the North Atlantic Atl
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17 April 2002 --- This full view of the International Space Station ISS, recorded by the STS-110 crewmembers on board the Spa...
17 April 2002 --- This full view of the International Space Station ISS, recorded by the STS-110 crewmembers on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the undocking of the two spacecraft some 247 statute miles above the North Atlantic Atlantis pulled. 17 April 2002 --- This full view of the International Space Station ISS, recorded by the STS-110 crewmembers on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the undocking of the two spacecraft some 247 statute miles above the North Atlantic Atl
Stock Photo #4308-110, Construction of the New Horizons Spacecraft
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Construction of the New Horizons Spacecraft
Stock Photo #4356-237, Remote Self-Triggered Camera Covers Rocket Test from Up Close
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Remote Self-Triggered Camera Covers Rocket Test from Up Close
Stock Photo #4048-10768, Artwork of the next generation NASA spacecraft, the Orion crew exploration vehicle, approaching the International Space Station in Earth orbit. Orion will be similar in shape to the Apollo spacecraft, but larger. The conical form is best for re-entering the Earth's atmosphere. October 2006.
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Artwork of the next generation NASA spacecraft, the Orion crew exploration vehicle, approaching the International Space Stati...
Artwork of the next generation NASA spacecraft, the Orion crew exploration vehicle, approaching the International Space Station in Earth orbit. Orion will be similar in shape to the Apollo spacecraft, but larger. The conical form is best for re-entering the Earth's atmosphere. October 2006.
Stock Photo #4389-1080, Cloud Vortices Off Cheju Island
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Cloud Vortices Off Cheju Island

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