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The 17 Most Spectacular NASA Photos Ever Taken

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1. Bruce McCandless during an EVA.

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3. Early morning view of Apollo 4 unmanned spacecraft on launch pad.

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4. One of the first photos taken by the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity on the surface of Mars.

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5. In Saturn’s Shadow.

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6. Transit of the International Space Station (ISS) during the Solar Eclipse of Jan 4 2011 from Oman.

Astrophotographer Thierry Legault

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7. Images from the Hubble Ultra-Deep Field.

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8. Space builders aboard the International Space Station.

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10. Sunset on Mars.

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11. The legendary Pale Blue Dot, taken by the Voyager 1 space-probe from a distance of about 6 billion kilometers from Earth.

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Watch Carl Sagan on the pale blue dot.

12. NGC 7293 - Helix Nebula or often referred to as “The Eye of God.”

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13. Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin on the lunar surface.

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14. The Apollo 12 rolls out onto the launch pad.

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15. A young Neil Armstrong takes a test flight in the X-15.

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16. Photograph of the Apollo 13 service module, showing the extensive damage resulting from an onboard explosion that kept them from landing on the moon.

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17. The Blue Marble.

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