Illustrator Makes Archive From NASA Blog

The best photos from expeditions to the International Space Station have been organized and loaded onto a 3 GB file.

American illustrator Reid Southen posted on Facebook a link to an archive of 2,400 NASA space photos. He grouped the photos by topic, says diyphotography.net.

Southen made this collection by going through 8 gigabytes of images from the expeditions to the International Space Station uploaded on the NASA blog. The collection includes 20 images of the Moon, 216 images of preparation work, 100 images of launch and 74 pictures of landing of the space ships, 745 photos of a spacecraft, 9 photos of the comets, 515 images of the Earth, 333 images of EVA and 376 pictures of the ISS Interior.

Archive and the original images are available for downloading (3.1 GB) and non-commercial usage for free.


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