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Selecionamos as Melhores Fotos Inéditas da Missão Apollo da NASA

High-Res Apollo Images ReleasedOver four decades after the last Apollo mission, a space enthusiast and archivist in Virginia just shared previously unreleased high-resolution photos from.

Focusing Curiosity Rover's 100-Millimeter Mastcam (Annotated) The color has been adjusted to appear as the scene would on Earth.  Credit: ASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

This image, released today, is a high-resolution shot of the Curiosity rover’s ultimate goal: the stratified flanks of Gale Crater’s high central peak, Mount Sharp. The image was taken with Curiosity’s telephoto Mastcam as a calibration test.

Same Mountains, Different Scale 2 | by sjrankin

Curiosity images from Mars showing the the tallest part of "Mount" Remarkable in the foreground with the considerably taller mountains of Gale Crater's rim in the background.

La exploración espacial siempre ha sido una gran oportunidad de propaganda para cualquier país. El aterrizaje en la Luna de las misiones Apolo lo fue para EE.UU. en su pulso con la Unión Soviética. Por eso siempre estamos acostumbrados a ver fotos casi perfectas de esa hazaña. Estas otras son todo lo contrario.

Increíbles (y pésimas) fotos de la Luna que no verás en los libros

New York(PTI): Rare, vintage NASA photographs, that include the first picture ever taken from the Moon's surface, may fetch up to USD each at an auction

Harrison Schmitt went for a walk on Dec. 11, 1972. Forty five (45) years later, he is almost ready to share his diary of that day. The last of the NASA astronauts to step foot onto the surface of the moon, Schmitt is releasing his "Apollo 17: Diary of the Twelfth Man."

Harrison Schmitt went for a walk on Dec. Forty five years later, he is almost ready to share his diary of that day. The last of the NASA astronauts to step foot onto the surface of the moon, Schmitt is releasing his "Apollo Diary of the Twelfth Man.

ARGENTINA: incendios en CARAPARY The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth/ NASA

ARGENTINA: incendios en CARAPARY The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth/ NASA

Lunar Wheels - Apollo 17

I came across this library of pretty amazing, high-res images from the Apollo 17 moon mission.

La exploración espacial siempre ha sido una gran oportunidad de propaganda para cualquier país. El aterrizaje en la Luna de las misiones Apolo lo fue para EE.UU. en su pulso con la Unión Soviética. Por eso siempre estamos acostumbrados a ver fotos casi perfectas de esa hazaña. Estas otras son todo lo contrario.

Increíbles (y pésimas) fotos de la Luna que no verás en los libros

The crappy photos of NASA's golden era you never get to see

#OTD in 1972, geologist & Apollo 17 LM pilot Harrison Schmitt, performs a spacewalk:  pic.twitter.com/q3mFqWkFCc

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Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, Apollo 17 commander, approaches the parked Lunar Roving Vehicle on the lunar surface during the flight’s third period of EVA 13 December 1972

Looking out the window of the International Space Station in early July, astronauts spotted a sprawling mass of clouds. The clouds were just beginning to take shape as the first tropical storm of the 2014 season built over the Atlantic Ocean. Tropical Storm Arthur formed off southern Florida on July 1. By the morning of July 2, when this photo was taken with a wide-angle lens, the storm was moving north along the Florida coast.

Looking out the window of the International Space Station in early July, astronauts spotted a sprawling mass of clouds. The clouds were just beginning to take shape as the first tropical storm of the 2014 season built over the Atlantic Ocean. Tropical Storm Arthur formed off southern Florida on July 1. By the morning of July 2, when this photo was taken with a wide-angle lens, the storm was moving north along the Florida coast.

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Friendship with astronaut John Glenn, recovered by the destroyer U. Noa after landing in the Atlantic.

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