NASA, Washington, D.C.

Established
1958 Washington, D.C., United States

 (137 works)

Img Title Date Artist Medium Acc #
High altitude photo of New York City, New York High altitude photo of New York City, New York 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) gelatin silver photograph PH277-1980
Solar telescope of Skylab, image of immense eruption Solar telescope of Skylab, image of immense eruption (1973-1974) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH283-1980
Solar prominences in action, Skylab 6 Solar prominences in action, Skylab 6 (1973-1974) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C Photograph PH292-1980
Full disk of Venus taken by Pioneer Venus Orbiter on 10 February 1979 Full disk of Venus taken by Pioneer Venus Orbiter on 10 February 1979 (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH296-1980
Lunar module ascending from moon earth in background Lunar module ascending from moon earth in background 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer); Michael COLLINS (photographer) type C photograph on aluminium PH392-1971
Apollo 15 mission. Astronaut Irwin saluting flag with lunar module, rover and hadley delta in background Apollo 15 mission. Astronaut Irwin saluting flag with lunar module, rover and hadley delta in background (1971) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH248-1980
Apollo 16. Enhanced far U.V. photo of Earth's geocorona, taken 21 April 1972 Apollo 16. Enhanced far U.V. photo of Earth's geocorona, taken 21 April 1972 (1972) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH254-1980
Jupiter, 5 February 1979, the Great Red Spot, and three of its four largest Satellites Io, Europa and Callisto Jupiter, 5 February 1979, the Great Red Spot, and three of its four largest Satellites Io, Europa and Callisto (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH298-1980
Dying storm over the sea west of Australia. Taken by Apollo 11 on way to first lunar landing Dying storm over the sea west of Australia. Taken by Apollo 11 on way to first lunar landing (1969) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH237-1980
Mars. Mariner 9 photo of web of valleys near Nix Olympic Volcano, June 1972 Mars. Mariner 9 photo of web of valleys near Nix Olympic Volcano, June 1972 1972 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) gelatin silver photograph PH251-1980
Jupiter's faint ring system shown as two light orange lines. Voyager 2 Jupiter's faint ring system shown as two light orange lines. Voyager 2 (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH318-1980
Saturn's rings seen for the first time by Pioneer 11, 4.06pm PDT 22 August 1979 Saturn's rings seen for the first time by Pioneer 11, 4.06pm PDT 22 August 1979 (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH319-1980
Voyager 1 view of Jupiter on 1 March 1979, showing Great Red Spot and turbulent area to its west Voyager 1 view of Jupiter on 1 March 1979, showing Great Red Spot and turbulent area to its west (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH300-1980
Jupiter, unrolled; 4 months apart, taken by Voyagers 1 and 2, showing atmospheric movement Jupiter, unrolled; 4 months apart, taken by Voyagers 1 and 2, showing atmospheric movement (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH310-1980
Skylab 3 crewman performing extravehicular activity Skylab 3 crewman performing extravehicular activity (1973) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH260-1980
Spider returning to Gumdrop, Apollo IX Flight Spider returning to Gumdrop, Apollo IX Flight 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer); David SCOTT (photographer) type C photograph PH384-1971
Photomosaic of Ganymede, taken on 9 July 1979, showing numerous impact craters Photomosaic of Ganymede, taken on 9 July 1979, showing numerous impact craters (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) gelatin silver photograph PH317-1980
Earth rise over Moon surface Earth rise over Moon surface (1968) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH231-1980
Aldrin and lunar module on moon Aldrin and lunar module on moon 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer); Neil ARMSTRONG (photographer) type C photograph PH390-1971
Voyager 2 photo of southern hemisphere of Jupiter showing its moon Io, on 25 June 1979 Voyager 2 photo of southern hemisphere of Jupiter showing its moon Io, on 25 June 1979 (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH312-1980