All of NASA's out-of-this-world images are now in one place
Finding a particular NASA image used to mean digging around a bunch of separate websites. Not anymore!
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Lisa Brackmann is the author of the Ellie McEnroe novels set in China ("Rock Paper Tiger," "Hour of the Rat," "Dragon Day") and the thrillers "Getaway" and "Go-Between." Her work has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal. She lives in San Diego with a couple of cats, far too many books and a bass ukulele. You can find her at www.lisabrackmann.com
The new site consolidates the image archives that have been separate since each of NASA's 10 field centers first began uploading their own assets in the '90s. Before it launched, finding everything NASA had available on a particular subject or searching for a specific photograph required digging around dozens of NASA websites in over 100 collections. Now, approximately 140,000 images, videos and sound files are all in one archive with a simple interface that is quick and easy to use.