This image obtained from NASA and taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, shows Jupiter’s weather patterns, tiny moons, altitude levels, cloud covers and auroras at the northern and southern […]
First image of James Webb Space Telescope
The NASA’s James Webb space telescope delivers its first and deepest infrared image of universe yet. And this is… Woaw! This is an image of galaxy cluster SMACS 0723.
From an average altitude of 400 kilometers above the surface of Earth, the brilliant shades of orange and red along our planet’s curving limb are often stunning. They also showcase an […]
Nighttime Eruption, Iceland
Lava from the volcanic eruption on Iceland’s Reykjanes peninsula lights up clouds from below.
Jezero Crater, Mars
This shows the rim of Jezero Crater, Mars, as seen in the first 360-degree panorama taken by the Mastcam-Z instrument aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover, February 2021.
Mercury. Image: NASA
About 7,000 years ago, a vast lake spread hundreds of square kilometers across north-central Africa. Known to scientists as Lake Mega Chad, it covered more than 400,000 square kilometers at […]
Meteor shower from space
Every January, bits of asteroid 2003 EH1 cross paths with Earth’s orbit to create a beautiful annual meteor shower: the Quadrantids. As the fragments collide with our atmosphere, they disintegrate […]