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News (NASA Image of the Day)

  • Northop Grumman's Antares Rocket on the Pad

    The Northrop Grumman Antares rocket, with Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on Pad-0A, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
  • Raging Six-Day-Old Camp Fire Reaches 125,000 Acres in Size

    The six day old Camp Fire has already attained the unfortunate title of California's deadliest fire.
  • Flooding Along the Nueces River

    On Nov. 1, 2018, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 captured a false-color view of flooding along the Nueces River in a series of storms that have delivered historic amounts of rain to central Texas.
  • The Frozen Wild Dnieper River

    Curling snow drifts are magnified by the terrain around the 1,400 mile Dnieper River, flowing from Russia to the Black Sea in this image from the International Space Station on Feb. 9th, 2017.
  • Recovery of the Test Orion Capsule in the Pacific Ocean

    On Nov. 1, 2018, the USS John P. Murtha recovered the test version of the Orion capsule at sunset in the Pacific Ocean. This is one in a series of tests that will verify and validate procedures and hardware that will be used to recover the Orion spacecraft after it splashes down in the Pacific Ocean following deep space exploration missions.
  • Earth Enveloped in Airglow

    Earth Enveloped in Airglow
  • Suwannee Blackwater River Meets the Sea

    The Suwannee is known as a “blackwater river” because of its dark-brown waters laden with organic material.
  • The International Space Station as of Oct. 4, 2018

    The International Space Station photographed by Expedition 56 crew members from a Soyuz spacecraft after undocking.
  • Orion’s European Service Module to Arrive for First Mission

    The Airbus team poses with the European Service Module during preparations for shipment to NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
  • Happy Birthday, Michael Collins!

    Happy birthday, Michael Collins! Test pilot and NASA astronaut Michael Collins served as the pilot for Gemini X and as the command module pilot for the Apollo 11 mission, the first time humans set foot on another celestial body.
  • A New View of Our Starry Night

    After nine years in deep space collecting data that revealed our night sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets – more planets even than stars – NASA’s Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations.
  • John Glenn Returns to Space on the STS-95 Mission

    Senator John Glenn during water survival training for the STS-95 mission at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory. On Oct. 29, 1998, space shuttle Discovery launched with Senator Glenn aboard, as he returned to space for the first time since his 1962 flight.
  • It’s Valley Fog Season

    It’s autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, which means many people living in mountainous areas are awakening to fog-filled valleys.
  • Hubble Captures the Ghost of Cassiopeia

    The ghost of Cassieopeia's ethereal glow might remind people of apparitions such as those reported by paranormal investigators.
  • Parker Solar Probe Looks Back at Earth

    On Sept. 25, 2018, Parker Solar Probe captured a view of Earth as it sped toward the first Venus gravity assist of the mission. Earth is the bright, round object visible in the right side of this image.
  • Newborn Stars Blow Bubbles in the Cat's Paw Nebula

    This image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the Cat's Paw Nebula, so named for the large, round features that create the impression of a feline footprint. The nebula is a star-forming region in the Milky Way galaxy, located in the constellation Scorpius.
  • Splashdown! Apollo 7 Returns Home

    On October 22, 1968, 50 years ago, the Apollo 7 crew splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Hubble Spies Glittering Star Cluster in Nearby Galaxy

    This glittering ball of stars is the globular cluster NGC 1898, which lies toward the center of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
  • Launching the Galileo Mission

    On Oct. 18, 1989, space shuttle Atlantis deployed NASA's Galileo spacecraft six hours, 30 minutes into the STS-34 mission. Galileo arrived at Jupiter in December, 1995 and spent eight years in orbit around the gas giant, becoming the first spacecraft to orbit an outer planet.
  • Magnetic Fields May Be the Key to Black Hole Activity

    This artist’s conception of the core of Cygnus A shows the dusty donut-shaped surroundings, called a torus, and jets launching from its center.
  • Uncrewed Japanese Vehicle Delivers Supplies to the Space Station

    Viewed from a window inside the cupola, the International Space Station's "window to the world," is the Japanese Exploration Agency's H-II Transfer Vehicle-7.
  • Ellen Ochoa at Work on the Shuttle

    During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we're celebrating the achievements of astronaut Ellen Ochoa and other Hispanic astronauts and professionals at NASA. Floating upside down and reading a checklist may not be how most of us perform the day's work, but it was for Ochoa on Space Shuttle Discovery's STS-96 mission.
  • Southern California as Seen From Apollo 7

    This view of southern California was taken by the Apollo 7 crew during their 18th revolution of the Earth on Oct. 12, 1968.
  • Expedition 57 Crew Returns to Baikonur

    Cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin of Roscosmos, left, and astronaut Nick Hague of NASA, right. embrace their families after landing at the Krayniy Airport.
  • The Space Station Transits Our Sun

    This composite image shows the International Space Station, with a crew of three onboard, in silhouette as it transits the Sun at roughly five miles per second, Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.
  • Soyuz Rolls to the Pad for Next Launch to the Space Station

    The Soyuz rocket is rolled out by train to the launch pad, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018, for the Expedition 57 launch.
  • Astronaut Joe Acaba Farms in Space

    During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we're celebrating the contributions of the brilliant Hispanic women and men of NASA. In this image, astronaut Joe Acaba installs botany gear for the International Space Station's Veggie facility, to demonstrate plant growth in space.
  • Home Again! Space Station Crew Lands

    The landing jets fire as the Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft lands with Drew Feustel, Ricky Arnold and Oleg Artemyev, members of the Expedition 55 and 56 crews onboard the International Space Station.
  • The Creativity of Mother Nature

    International Space Station Commander Alexander Gerst has a better view of our home planet than most.
  • Astronaut Ricky Arnold Works With a Student-Designed Experiment

    International Space Station astronaut and former teacher Ricky Arnold works with a student-designed experiment using NanoRacks commercial science hardware.
  • Aeronautics: NASA's First 'A'

    Aeronautics, the first A of the NASA acronym, has always been a part of the agency.
  • Apollo 7 Crew Trains to Test Technology for Missions to the Moon

    This Aug. 5 1968 image was taken aboard the MV Retriever in the Gulf of Mexico, where the Apollo 7 crew, Walter Schirra, Walter Cunningham and Donn Eisele practiced water egress procedures in preparation for the October 1968 mission.
  • Astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria Works on Constructing the International Space Station

    During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we're celebrating the contributions of the brilliant Hispanic women and men of NASA. In this Feb. 2007 photo, astronaut Michael E. Lopez-Alegria, Expedition 14 commander, participates in a 6-hour, 40-minute spacewalk as construction continues on the International Space Station.
  • Opportunity Emerges in a Dusty Picture

    NASA still hasn't heard from the Opportunity rover, but at least we can see it again.
  • Our Sun: Two Wavelengths, Two Different Images

    NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory views our Sun in ten different wavelengths because each wavelength reveals different solar features.
  • John Young Makes Last Minute Inspection of Gemini III

    John W. Young (1930-2018), born on Sept. 24, was NASA's longest-serving astronaut and the only astronaut to fly missions in the Gemini, Apollo and Space Shuttle Programs.
  • Hubble’s Galaxies With Knots, Bursts

    In the northern constellation of Coma Berenices lies the impressive Coma Cluster — a structure of over a thousand galaxies bound together by gravity.
  • Small Satellite Demonstrates Possible Solution for 'Space Junk'

    The International Space Station deployed this small satellite for the NanoRacks-Remove Debris investigation, designed to demonstrate an approach to reduce the risks presented by orbital debris or "space junk."
  • First Light Data for NASA's Parker Solar Probe

    Just over a month into its mission, NASA's Parker Solar Probe has returned first-light data from each of its four instrument suites. These early observations show that each of the instruments is working well.
  • Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor Examines Her Eyes

    During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we're celebrating the contributions of the brilliant Hispanic women and men of NASA. In this photo from Expedition 56, NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor examines her eye with a Funduscope.
  • ICESat-2 Lifts Off to Study Earth's Changing Ice

    A Delta II rocket launches with NASA's ICESat-2 onboard, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
  • Juno Captures Elusive 'Brown Barge'

    A long, brown oval known as a "brown barge" in Jupiter's South Equatorial Belt is captured in this color-enhanced image from NASA's Juno spacecraft.
  • Success! Final Orion Parachute Tests Completed

    NASA completed the final test to qualify Orion’s parachute system for flights with astronauts, an important milestone on the path to send humans on missions to deep space.
  • Staring Down Hurricane Florence

    Ever stared down the gaping eye of a category 4 hurricane? It's chilling, even from space.
  • Hurricane Florence Viewed from the Space Station

    Astronaut Ricky Arnold, from aboard the International Space Station, shared this image of Hurricane Florence on Sept. 10, taken as the orbiting laboratory flew over the massive storm.
  • Bright Spots On Ceres

    Bright surface features on the dwarf planet Ceres known as faculae were first discovered by NASA's Dawn spacecraft in 2015.
  • 'Snow Swamp' on Canada's Lowell Glacier

    Over a mere four days this summer, snow from the previous winter melted into a pond of slush a glaciologist called a “snow swamp.”
  • Along the Way to Launch Pad 39B

    A truck sprays water to reduce the dust as NASA's crawler-transporter 2 with the mobile launcher atop moves slowly along, on its trek to Launch Pad 39B.
  • Summer Ship Tracks in the Pacific

    Long, narrow clouds, known as ship tracks, stood out against the backdrop of marine clouds blanketing much of the North Pacific Ocean.
  • Hubble’s Lucky Observation of an Enigmatic Cloud

    The little-known nebula IRAS 05437+2502 billows out among the bright stars and dark dust clouds that surround it.
  • Celebrating Guy Bluford's Historic First Flight

    Guy Bluford, the first African-American astronaut, launched into space on shuttle Challenger's STS-8 mission thirty-five years ago, on August 30, 1983.
  • Underwater Robots Help NASA Plan Future Deep-Space Missions

    An expedition that will help NASA search for life in deep space launched today – not with a rocket’s roar, but with a gentle splash into the deep Pacific Ocean. The project will use underwater robots to explore the environment around a deep-sea volcano off the coast of Hawaii that has similar conditions to what may exist on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
  • Lights of Java

    Astronauts get to observe the Earth in all her beauty from aboard the International Space Station. A member of the Expedition 56 crew currently onboard the station took this nighttime image of Java, Indonesia's largest island.
  • Time-lapse Sequence of Jupiter’s North

    Striking atmospheric features in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere are captured in this series of color-enhanced images from NASA’s Juno spacecraft.
  • Just Another Day on Aerosol Earth

    Even if the air looks clear, it is nearly certain that you will inhale millions of solid particles and liquid droplets. These ubiquitous specks of matter are known as aerosols, and they can be found in the air over oceans, deserts, mountains, forests, ice and every ecosystem in between.
  • A World On Fire

    The world is on fire. Or so it appears in this image from NASA's Worldview.
  • Space Station Flight Over Hurricane Lane

    NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold photographed a massive storm in the Pacific Ocean during a flyover from the International Space Station. Arnold shared images on social media on Aug. 22, 2018, and wrote, "#HurricaneLane in the early morning hours near #Hawaii. The crew of the @Space_Station sends much aloha to everyone there."
  • Looking Back at Eclipse 2017

    One year ago on August 21, 2017, the continental United States experienced the first total solar eclipse in 99 years.
  • Planet of Clouds

    Our cloud-covered planet is seen from aboard the International Space Station.
  • Happy Birthday, Mr. Kranz!

    Wishing legendary NASA flight director Gene Kranz the happiest of birthdays!