The universe, until proven otherwise, is infinite.
The number of photos NASA has of said universe isn’t quite at that amount, but it’s damn close.
Unfortunately, those photographic wonders of the galaxy, while technically accessible, were spread across dozens of different NASA website, making it difficult to know where to go to find something specific like new images of Titan or John Young saluting the flag from the moon.
“It was, to be honest, pretty frustrating because you had to have a lot of knowledge about NASA itself to know where a particular image might be,” NASA imagery program manage Rodney Grubbs told Ars Technica.
If you don’t have 20 minutes to search the archive, here’s a small sample of what it contains:
NASA archive (8 images)
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