Pillars of Creation
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope made the Pillars of Creation famous with its first image in 1995, but revisited the scene in 2014 to reveal a sharper, wider view in visible light, shown above at left.
Perseverance Spies The First "Cat" On Mars
Pareidolia is the peculiar human behavior of seeing meaningful images in random patterns. We see faces in plug sockets, queens in clouds, and the entire world in funny-shaped rocks. Martian rocks are no exception, with everything from the famous “face” that turned out to be a hill to secret doors spotted on the Red Planet.
With giant storms, powerful winds, auroras, and extreme temperature and pressure conditions, Jupiter has a lot going on. Now, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured new images of the planet.
First Images from the James Webb Space Telescope
The dawn of a new era in astronomy has begun as the world gets its first look at the full capabilities of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a partnership with ESA (European Space Agency) and CSA (Canadian Space Agency).
Montenegro, Albania, Greece & Vienna 2022
Photo Album ‘Montenegro, Albania, Greece & Vienna 2022’
Curiosity Finds a Martian 'Flower'
Smaller than a penny, the flower-like rock artifact on the left was imaged by NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover using its Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) camera on the end of its robotic arm.
Photo Album ‘Groningen 2021’
A Mega Comet Or Minor Planet Is Approaching On A Very Eccentric Orbit
An object with an orbit that takes it almost a light-year from the Sun is about to pay us a visit. We have almost a decade’s warning because it is unusually large for a visitor from such a distance; it could become the largest comet ever seen.
NASA refuses to reply to aliens who attempted to communicate with Earth via YAML
Washington, D.C.—NASA spokesperson shared breaking news this morning: the governmental agency had received an intelligent radio signal of extraterrestrial origin. The message contains information about the alien species and their benign intentions, as well as an invitation to continue the dialogue.
Introducing Google Tulip