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An Indian potter makes earthen lamps at his workplace in Lucknow Featured Print

An Indian potter makes earthen lamps at his workplace in Lucknow

An Indian potter makes earthen lamps at his workplace in the northern Indian city of Lucknow October 25, 2005. Earthen lamps are sold in large numbers during Diwali, the annual Hindu festival of lights, when people buy them for decorating their homes. The Diwali festival will be celebrated across the country on November 1. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar - RP2DSFIOJTAC

Hubble Space Telescope view of nebula NGC 604 Featured Print

Hubble Space Telescope view of nebula NGC 604

Nebula in galaxy M33. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image showing clouds of gas in the nebula NGC 604. This nebula is a region of intensive star formation. At the centre are more than 200 hot stars, each 15 to 60 times more massive than our Sun. High energy (ultraviolet) light from these stars heat the gas of the nebula and make it fluoresce. NGC 604 is about 1, 500 light years across, making it a peculiarly large nebula. It is situated in a galaxy called M33, found about 2.7 million light years away in the direction of the constellation Triangulum. This image was made on 17 January 1995

© NASA/ESA/STSCI/H.YANG, U.ILLINOIS/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

EVAtion Featured Print

EVAtion

Mission Specialist Bruce McCandless II, is seen further away from the confines and safety of his ship than any previous astronaut has ever been. This space first was made possible by the Manned Manuevering Unit or MMU, a nitrogen jet propelled backpack. After a series of test maneuvers inside and above Challenger's payload bay, McCandless went "free-flying" to a distance of 320 feet away from the Orbiter. This stunning orbital panorama view shows McCandless out there amongst the black and blue of Earth and space

© NASA