NASA releases 140,000 images to public archive

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has generated an epic library of 140,000 files filled with videos, photos, and sound clips to quench your thirst for all things interstellar-related.

Spanning from 1920 to present day, users may pinpoint a particular point in time in the past hundred years in which they wish to look at the planets and the stars. This content is freely available to the public for download and use. Click here to go to NASA’s dedicated website for the library.

The creative possibilities with this archive are truly endless. Imagine making an epic timelapse from NASA footage, or layering Old Town Road under footage of astronauts tethered to their spaceships, exploring the recesses of the unknown…

NASA was recently in the news for releasing an epic photo resembling ducks in flight.

The photo library includes images from the great Hubble Space Telescope, footage from the NASA Voyager Spacecraft, and updates pertaining to NASA’s developments on Mars, including images of the InSight Lander deploying on the Martian Surface.

All I can say to you is this: Crank up the Interstellar soundtrack, grab your tailored NASA spacesuit, and strap yourselves in as you explore the past century of space exploration from the safety of your own home.

This is Happy mission control, we wish you a pleasant journey.