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10 Most Incredible Visuals Shared By NASA

Sept 20, 2022
Here are the 10 most incredible visuals shared by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Mercury Caloris Basin
A 2014 mosaic picture of Mercury Caloris Basin captured by Messenger, the first spacecraft ever to orbit Mercury
The Perseid Meteors
A 30-seond exposure of meteor streaks across a sky full of stars going from black to a yellow-green at the bottom, taken in Spruce Knob, West Virginia
A wide view of the biggest planet in our solar-system, Jupiter with a faint-white swirling ring and blue auroras glowing at its north and south poles
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO)
A stationary virtual camera captured the mood of moonlight with clean cuts of craters
The data visualization by Claude Debussy was made with data from LRO that will further help NASA in preparing for next-generation lunar exploration, Artemis
Tarantula Nebula
The stellar Tarantula Nebula gets its nickname from its long and dusty filaments. It is known for producing new stars at a very fast rate.
Astronaut’s Eye View
To mark Earth Day on April 22, NASA shared mesmerizing glimpses of our home planet, Earth from the International Space Station
Zeta Ophiuchi
A Composite image of a bright star, Zeta Ophiuchi, 20 times massive than the sun, was captured by the Splitzer space telescope and NASA Chandra X-Ray Observatory
A composite image created by the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array and Solar Dynamics Observatory shows X-Rays swirling off our sun with high-energy emissions
R Aquarii
A spectacular image of a structure formed as a result of past explosions of R Aquarii located about 710 light years from Earth
Phantom Galaxy
The visual shows Webb’s mid-infrared view of the centre of the Phantom galaxy with gray, web-like filaments forming a spiral pattern