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Go deep. Flip through the first full-color images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, then visit webbtelescope.org for free downloads of high-resolution PNG and TIF versions.

https://webbtelescope.org/

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by Seán Doran Music by Chris Zabriskie Data courtesy NASA / JPL / UArizona https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ This is from the HiRISE camera onboard Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Frame height is approximately 1km taken from an orbit height of 250km.

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NASA und ESA beobachteten Galaxien, Gasnebel und Exoplaneten. Die Bilder werden in Kürze veröffentlicht.

Mit großer Spannung werden die ersten Bilder des James Webb Teleskops am 12. Juli erwartet. Nun haben die Weltraumagenturen ESA und NASA verraten, auf welche 5 Ziele das Teleskop zuerst gerichtet wurde. 

https://futurezone.at/science/james-webb-erste-bilder-weltraumteleskop-nasa-esa-nebel-exoplaneten/402068785

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by Seán Doran Music by Chris Zabriskie Data courtesy NASA / JPL / UArizona https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ This is from the HiRISE camera onboard Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Frame height is approximately 1km taken from an orbit height of 250km. Source was denoised, blended, graded, rescaled & animated to create the footage. HiRISE ( High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment ) is the most powerful camera ever sent to another planet, one of six instruments onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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by Seán Doran Music by Stellardrone Data courtesy SDO / NASA / AIA / EVE / HMI https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov This is ångström 171, 193 & 211 data recorded by Solar Dynamics Observatory on 09-22 April 2022. Each wavelength is mapped to a different color channel. 102,018 frames at full cadence were repaired, blended, graded, rescaled & retimed to create the footage.

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The term ‚Overview Effect‘ was coined in 1987 by Frank White, who explored the theme in his book ‚The Overview Effect — Space Exploration and Human Evolution.‘

Music by Lee Rosevere

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by Seán Doran Music by Chris Zabriskie Data courtesy NASA / JPL / UArizona https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ This is from the HiRISE camera onboard Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Frame height is approximately 1km taken from an orbit height of 250km. Source was denoised, blended, graded, rescaled & animated to create the footage. HiRISE ( High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment ) is the most powerful camera ever sent to another planet, one of six instruments onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The color you see in HiRISE images is not the „true“ color human eyes would see on Mars. This is because the HiRISE camera views Mars in a different part of the spectrum than human eyes do. The camera has three different color filtered CCDs: red, blue-green, and near-infrared. False color imagery is extremely valuable because it illuminates the distinction between different materials and textures. https://www.uahirise.org/faq/

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In den unendlichen Weiten des Weltraums ist ein monotones Brummen zu hören. Zwar summt interstellares Gas nur schwach, wie der Lauschangriff der NASA-Sonde Voyager 1 zeigt, aber konstant. – Von Alina Schadwinkel

Rund 23 Milliarden Kilometer hat Voyager 1 seit ihrem Start vor 44 Jahren zurückgelegt – so weit hat sich bisher kein von Menschenhand geschaffenes Objekt von der Erde entfernt. Derzeit rast die Schüssel mit etwas mehr als 61 000 Kilometern pro Stunde durch das Universum. – Spektrum.de

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