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NASA releases surreal photo of “blue” sand dunes on Mars

NASA has recently released an intriguing photo of sand dunes on Mars. It shows blue dunes on the so-called Red Planet. Although it’s a false-color image, it still looks surreal and captivating, and the story behind it is pretty interesting. First of all, this isn’t a single photo, nor it’s new. In fact, it was […]

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NASA releases new and improved image of stunning Veil Nebula

NASA first released Hubble image of Veil Nebula in 2015. And now, six years later, the scientists have revisited it and re-edited it to make it look even more impressive. With a new set of filters applied, the photo now shows a more realistic and more detailed view of the Veil Nebula than before, and […]

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Feast your eyes on more stunning Mars photos from Perseverance rover

It’s been around two weeks now since NASA’s Perseverance rover sent its first image from Mars. As time goes by, NASA’s gallery is being filled with more and more photos of the Red Planet, giving us an insight into the look of its surface. If you’d like to roam the Jezero crater with Perseverance, take […]

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Take a look around Mars in the first 360 degree image from Perseverance

Have you had enough of the Perseverance stuff? Yeah, me neither. NASA has just published an interactive image that lets you see what the rover is seeing. This detailed 360-degree photo lets you look around Mars’ Jezero crater and it’s based on images taken by different rover’s cameras. On 18 February, the Perseverance rover made […]

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Here’s Perseverance’s first photo of Mars in full color

Last week’s biggest news was the successful landing of NASA’s Perseverance rover on Mars. After sending in the first photo it took, NASA now shares Perseverance’s first look at the Martian surface in color, and it’s even more beautiful. Perseverance’s main mission is looking for ancient signs of life on Mars, paving the way for […]

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NASA and Insta360 Pro 2 bring you immersive view from the Perseverance Mission Control

As you probably know by now, NASA’s Perseverance rover made a successful landing on Mars yesterday. And if you wish you could have been in the Mission Control and share the joy – Insta360 takes you there. Virtually, of course. NASA used Insta360 Pro 2 to live stream the entire event and bring it closer […]

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This video takes you to the journey around the Moon in real time

Have you ever fantasized about leaving the Earth and orbiting around the Moon? I sure have, especially during this weird time on Earth. Well, Seán Doran will sort of make your dreams come true. In this four-hour video, he takes you on a journey around the Moon in real-time. When creating his work, Seán uses […]

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Hubble captures photo of asteroid worth 70,000 times the global economy

Hubble has taken quite a lot of stunning images over its three-decade-long existence. And recently, it took managed to capture a photo of the asteroid 16 Psyche in the most detailed image so far. What’s special about it? Well, one of the things that make it special is that it contains iron and nickel worth […]

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These are the best photos of Earth taken from the ISS in 2020

Living on Earth in 2020 was quite a challenge, to put it mildly. But when you move 400 km away from our home planet, it looks peaceful, quiet, and stunningly beautiful. NASA recently shared 20 top photos of Earth made by the ISS astronauts to remind us that our planet is actually a wonderful place. […]

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