NASA, Washington, D.C.

Established
1958 Washington, D.C., United States

 (137 works)

Img Title Date Artist Medium Acc #
Colour reconstruction of the erupting volcanoes on Io. 5pm 4 March Colour reconstruction of the erupting volcanoes on Io. 5pm 4 March (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH305-1980
Astronauts view of the Hindu Kush range in the Himalayas Astronauts view of the Hindu Kush range in the Himalayas (1971) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH238-1980
X-ray pictures showing solar disk with light points X-ray pictures showing solar disk with light points (1973-1974) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH290-1980
Solar telescope of Skylab image of immense solar eruption Solar telescope of Skylab image of immense solar eruption (1973-1974) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH282-1980
Astronaut Bean, Apollo XII, November 1969, on moon Astronaut Bean, Apollo XII, November 1969, on moon 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C.; Charles CONRAD (photographer) gelatin silver photograph PH394-1971
Three Skylab 2 crewmen demonstrate effects of weightlessness Three Skylab 2 crewmen demonstrate effects of weightlessness (1973) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH259-1980
India and Ceylon from spacecraft eight hundred miles up India and Ceylon from spacecraft eight hundred miles up 1966 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph on aluminium PH376-1971
Mariner 6 picture of Mars. 63 x 48 miles featuring large crater about 24 miles across Mariner 6 picture of Mars. 63 x 48 miles featuring large crater about 24 miles across (1969) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) gelatin silver photograph PH233-1980
Solar eruption of June 10 1973, Spectroheliogram obtained by Skylab 2. July-September 1973 Solar eruption of June 10 1973, Spectroheliogram obtained by Skylab 2. July-September 1973 (1973) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH268-1980
Jupiter, by Voyager 2 on 10 June 1979, with its moon Io and Ganymede's shadow Jupiter, by Voyager 2 on 10 June 1979, with its moon Io and Ganymede's shadow (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH307-1980
Apollo 13 view of cloudstream over North Atlantic Apollo 13 view of cloudstream over North Atlantic (1970) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH235-1980
Persian Gulf coastal area of Iran Qeshm Island, as seen from Apollo 7 Persian Gulf coastal area of Iran Qeshm Island, as seen from Apollo 7 (1968) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) Colour transparency PH217-1980
Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., walks on the surface of the moon Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., walks on the surface of the moon (1969) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH222-1980
Instrument called Gnomon to determine size and distance of objects on moon Instrument called Gnomon to determine size and distance of objects on moon 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) gelatin silver photograph on aluminum PH398-1971
Jupiter. Exaggerated colour shot of the Great Red Spot Jupiter. Exaggerated colour shot of the Great Red Spot (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH303-1980
Skylab: a gargantuan disruption of corona moves outwards from Sun Skylab: a gargantuan disruption of corona moves outwards from Sun (1973-1974) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH287-1980
Deep crater near Surveyor 3 and lunar module Apollo XII Deep crater near Surveyor 3 and lunar module Apollo XII 1969 NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) gelatin silver photograph PH396-1971
Photo collage of Jupiter and its four largest moons; from early March Voyager I photos Photo collage of Jupiter and its four largest moons; from early March Voyager I photos (1979) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH302-1980
Apollo 13 view of cloudstream over North Atlantic Apollo 13 view of cloudstream over North Atlantic (1970) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) type C photograph PH236-1980
Full earth showing Africa, Middle East and parts of Europe and Asia Full earth showing Africa, Middle East and parts of Europe and Asia (1969) NASA, Washington, D.C. (manufacturer) colour transparency PH232-1980