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Current feed - NASA Image of the Day

Astronaut Akihiko Hoshide Conducts DNA Sequencing Aboard Station
Space Station Commander Akihiko Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency conducts research using DNA sequencing.
Baffin Bay, Greenland: A Historical Perspective
Acquired by the Landsat 7 satellite more than 20 years ago on Sept. 3, 2000, this image is of Greenland's western coast.
Air Taxi Flight Testing
NASA’s Revolutionary Vertical Lift Technology Project’s Mobile Acoustics Facility is parked in the background of Joby’s prototype aircraft near Big Sur, California.
Diana Trujillo: From Colombia to Mars
Diana Trujillo, an aerospace engineer, is currently Technical Group Supervisor for Sequence Planning and Execution and a Tactical Mission Lead for Perseverance.
Raja Chari Trains for SpaceX Crew-3 Mission
In this image, NASA astronaut and SpaceX Crew-3 Commander Raja Chari trains aboard the ing session at SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft in Hawthorns, California.
Landsat 9 Spacecraft Moved Into Position for Encapsulation
Inside the Integrated Processing Facility at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, the Landsat 9 spacecraft is moved into position for encapsulation.
Remembering Sept. 11
The National 9/11 Flag was raised over the Rocket Garden at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex after Florida's contribution was added.
NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Completes Milestone for Artemis III Crew Module
At NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Orion’s newly completed pressure vessel for the Artemis III mission is lifted out of the welding tool.
Mary W. Jackson: Celebrating Leaders From Historically Black Colleges
Mary W. Jackson grew up in Hampton, Virginia and attended the historically black college Hampton Institute (now Hampton University).
Apurva Varia: Studying the Heat of Our Sun
Apurva Varia joined the Goddard Space Flight Center in 2002 as a propulsion engineer.


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