Posted by: bluesyemre | April 10, 2017

#NASA #Image and #Video Library

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NASA has a long history of releasing treasure troves of content from space missions, and its new library is the organisation’s latest move. With tens of thousands of images, videos and audio files knocking about on NASA’s online service, one of the site’s few flaws was the difficulty in searching for the exact piece of content you wanted. An image from Hubble? Sent to a microsite. Orion? Its own section. Jumping, hopping, chopping and changing. Now, it’s all change.

https://images.nasa.gov/#/

https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/nasa-space-pics-library


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