"Verum est, certum et verissimum, quod est, superius naturam habet inferioram et ascendens naturam descendentis."

                         

         
 

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Planet Earth Gallery

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2007.

NASA Human Spaceflight Gallery

I just wonder at what point does reality ...

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Space Shuttle
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Atlantis MIR dock
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Space Shuttle
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ISS Complete (3d concept)
MIR Space Station
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Solyuz spacecraft (ISS 011-E-14111)
Astronaut Spacewalk STS88
Hubble Space Telescope
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Hurricane Elena pounds the Gulf of Mexico
Hurricane Isabel
Morrocco from Apollo 6
Moonrise - View of Earth's Horizon from Columbia
         
Moonrise - View of Earth's Horizon from Columbia
Earth view by Apollo 13
Earth view by Apollo 17
Earth view by Apollo 19
Earth at Art.com [« go there ]

... turn into fiction.

Earth Images from Planetary Spacecraft

The Apollo program produced the first images that introduced us to Earth as a colorful marble floating in black space, which revolutionized public perception of our fragile planet. Mariner 10 and Voyager 1 both took such snapshots, as did Mars Odyssey and Venus Express. Other spacecraft traveling to other planets like Galileo, Rosetta, and MESSENGER, shot photos and even movies as they flew by. Some planetary travelers - like Voyager 1, Mars Global Surveyor, Cassini, and even the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit - were even able to turn back toward Earth and capture distant glimpses of their home planets from their eventual destinations.

These images of Earth can be viewed » here

More Earth Image Galleries:

» Cities Collection » Google Earth » National Space Science Data Center Photo Gallery: Earth
» Earth from Space » Flash Earth » SIR-C/X-SAR Space Radar Images of Earth
» Earth and Moon Viewer » The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth » Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC): Images and Data
» Earthshots: Satellite Images of Environmental Change » NASA's Planetary Photojournal: Earth » TerraServer USA
» European Space Agency: Satellite Images » NASA/USGS Landsat Program » Yahoo Directory of Planets
» Our Earth as Art » NASA's Visible Earth  

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