From the iconic images of the Apollo flights to pictures from deep space captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, this collection features 151 official NASA photographs. In addition to historic pictures of rockets and astronauts, it presents brilliantly colored images of the planets and views o... read more
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From the iconic images of the Apollo flights to pictures from deep space captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, this collection features 151 official NASA photographs. In addition to historic pictures of rockets and astronauts, it presents brilliantly colored images of the planets and views of Earth from space, as well as distant stars, galaxies, and nebulas.
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Includes 151 images scanned at 300 dpi and saved in 72-dpi internet-ready and 300-dpi high resolution JPEG format.
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