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International Space Station
"The International Space Station (ISS) is a multi-nation construction project that is the largest single structure humans ever put into space. Its main construction was completed between 1998 and 2011, although the station continually evolves to include new missions and experiments. It has been continuously occupied since Nov. 2, 2000."
Hubble’s recent discoveries about galaxies — the homes of stars, nebulas and planets — from our own Milky Way to the most distant galaxies ever seen.
A photo-essay from NASA’s Earth Science Division. We hope you enjoy this satellite view of Earth. It is your planet. It is NASA’s mission.
Earth at Night
How humans and natural phenomena light up the darkness, and how and why scientists have observed Earth’s nightlights for more than four decades using both their own eyes and spaceborne instruments.
Beyond Earth: A Chronicle of Deep Space Exploration
Our attempts to send robotic travelers beyond Earth orbit, to the Moon, to other planets and their moons, to the Sun, to comets, to minor planets, to dwarf planets, and ultimately beyond the solar system.
The Saturn System Through the Eyes of Cassini
Over a period of 13 years, our Cassini mission captured about 450,000 spectacular images within the Saturn system, providing new views of the “lord of the rings” and a plethora of iconic images.
Viewing the ISS in Staten Island, NY