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M8 by Slooh Space CameraCredit: Slooh Space CameraM8 was captured by an amateur astronomer, Dave Lrkn, using the Slooh Space Camera, an online night sky observing service that allows users to observe the sky using telescopes around the world.
Largest ever space camera is ready to map a billion stars. It will do this by measuring the brightest billion objects and determine their three-dimensional distribution and velocities. It also has the ability to measure the temperature, mass, and chemical composition of these billion objects. Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2014-02-largest-space-camera-ready-billion.html
Scene on Mars Space camera photographed pictures of sand dunes on the surface of the Red Planet. Thanks to high resolution camera HiRISE, installed aboard the space satellite MRO (Mars Reconnaissance unit), you can admire a piece of Mars.
December 10, 1997: Sprint the Flying Space Camera Credit: Space Shuttle Columbia Crew, STS-087, NASA Explanation: Yes, but can your soccer ball do this? The ball near the middle of the above photograph is actually a robotic camera designed to float about a Space Shuttle and the International Space Station and take pictures. Named "Sprint", it is NASA's first Autonomous Extravehicular Activity Robotic Camera (AERCam) and was tested earlier this month by... More....