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Current feed - NASA Image of the Day

A Treat for the International Space Station's First Crew
In this image from December 2000, the Expedition One crew--the first to permanently inhabit the International Space Station--are about to eat a treat of fresh oranges.
Brilliance at Night: The Americas in Darkness
This image of North and South America at night is a composite assembled from data acquired by the Suomi NPP satellite in April and October 2012.
Earth's Changing Ice
Meltwater lakes form on the surface of Greenland’s Petermann Glacier.
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Progress 73 Cargo Craft Departs the Station
To make room for the latest cargo craft on Nov. 29, Progress 73 departed the station after undocking from the Pirs docking compartment.
Hubble Spots Galaxy’s Dramatic Details
Some of the most dramatic events in the universe occur when certain stars die — and explode catastrophically in the process. When these star deaths, or supernovae, occur, their brightness can rival the light of a whole galaxy. The galaxy NGC 5468, shown in this Hubble image, has hosted a number of these supernovae the past 20 years.
Luca Parmitano Works to Upgrade a Cosmic Particle Detector
European Space Agency astronaut and current International Space Station Commander Luca Parmitano and ​crewmate Andrew Morgan (out of frame) performed the third spacewalk to repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer.
Carina Nebula's 'Mystic Mountain'
Within the tempestuous Carina Nebula lies “Mystic Mountain.”
‘Robot Hotel’ Launching to the International Space Station
Robots need a place to stay in space, too. NASA is attaching a “robot hotel” to the outside of the International Space Station with the upcoming launch of the Robotic Tool Stowage (RiTS).
Glancing Back
Just after its close flyby of Jupiter on Nov. 3, 2019, NASA's Juno spacecraft caught this striking view of Jupiter's southern hemisphere as the spacecraft sped away from the giant planet. This image captures massive cyclones near Jupiter's south pole, as well as the chaotic clouds of the folded filamentary region.
Black Hole Nurtures Baby Stars a Million Light-Years Away
Black holes are famous for ripping objects apart, including stars. But now, astronomers have uncovered a black hole that may have sparked the births of stars over a mind-boggling distance, and across multiple galaxies.
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