Jeffrey Kluger

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Scott salutes the flag after exiting the LEM and beginning his and Irwin's third trek of their lunar stay. Angled sunlight washes through the red, white and blue.

Moon Camera for Sale (The Pictures are Free)

The very ordinariness of some of the pictures from astronaut Jim Erwin's purpose-built Hasselblad 500 EL camera, one of only 14 Hasselblads which ever flew to the moon, makes them seem both real and otherworldly

Photo Essay

Space Shuttle Endeavour Exclusive: A Timelapse of the Final Ride

350,000 photos shot over the course of 6 days reveal an exclusive look at the Shuttle Endeavour's final journey through Los Angeles.

Charlotte Dumas
Photo Essay

The Heart of a Beast: Charlotte Dumas’ Poignant Animal Photography

For Jeffrey Kluger's feature on animal grieving in this week's issue, TIME reached out to noted animal photographer Charlotte Dumas, who has been making deeply empathetic portraits of a variety of species for years.


Live From Mars: Interactive 360 Panorama from the Curiosity Rover

A new panorama just released by NASA's Curiosity rover team shows us a fresh look at the Gale Crater on Mars.

Dan Winters
Out There

Last Launch: Dan Winters and the Shuttle Program

Dan Winters grew up during the golden age of space reporting and is one of the few who have mastered the craft of photographing space launches. The magnificent images in his new book, Last Launch, prove that he is a virtuoso at his work.

Large Hadron Collider

Interactive Panorama: Step Inside the Large Hadron Collider

Physicists discovered the elusive Higgs boson particle with the help of the Large Hadron Collider. Peter McCready's spectacular interactive panoramas explore this 17-mile-long marvel of science.

Out There

Exclusive from NASA: The New Tallest Building in New York City, From Above

The view of New York from the International Space Station evolved today, as the new World Trade tower became the tallest building in the city.

Nasa/Eyevine/Zuma Press
Out There

Explosions in the Sky: The Cygnus Loop Nebula

The Cygnus Loop—captured today by the cameras aboard NASA's Galaxy Evolution explorer—is a stunner.

Lightbox January 4, 2012

Earth From Above: The Blue Marble

More than 40 years after Apollo 17 departed for space, NASA has recreated the "Blue Marble" image of Earth, which was the first comprehensive look at our planet from above.

The Backstory

The First Earthrise

45 years ago this month, a photo from space forever changed how human beings saw the cosmos.


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