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Lightbox January 4, 2012
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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.

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Sebastian Kim for TIME
The Backstory

Oscars 2012: Great Performances

Tears, giggles, pranks and emotions ran high, and loads of laughter pealed through the studio during this year’s shoot, which resulted in a series of images and short films photographed and directed by Sebastian Kim.

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Sebastian Kim for TIME
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Video: Great Performances

To mark this year’s Hollywood awards season, Sebastian Kim photographed the actors behind some of this past year’s most impressive portrayals for TIME’s Great Performances gallery. Joel Stein was also on hand to interview those capable capturers of character about the topic at hand: great performances.

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Anoek Steketee
Out There

Roller Coasters in Rwanda; Fairy Tales in Turkmenistan

While photographer Anoek Steketee and writer Eefje Blankevoort traveled through Northern Iraq, they stumbled across a surreal scene amidst the daily reports of kidnappings and sectarian violence—an amusement park called Dream City. That visit spurred a four-year journey through the world of carnies and Ferris wheels from Rwanda to Turkmenistan.

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Alessio Romenzi for TIME
Photo Essay

Syria Under Siege: Photographs by Alessio Romenzi

Syria is no longer sliding into war or staring at the abyss of warfare. Syria is at war. On assignment for TIME this week, photographer Alessio Romenzi risked his life documenting civilian casualties in Bab Amr, a district in the besieged city of Homs.

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© David Dawson—Courtesy of Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
Out There

The Life of Lucian Freud

A new exhibition at London’s Pallant House Gallery features photographs by David Dawson, who was Freud’s model and studio assistant for 20 years.

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Eugène Atget / The Museum of Modern Art, New York
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Eugène Atget’s ‘Documents Pour Artistes’

Drawing from its expansive collection of Eugène Atget's work, the Museum of Modern Art in New York is exhibiting more than 100 of the photographer's images, with a show title inspired by the artist himself.

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Pete Pin—Magnum Foundation
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Displaced: The Cambodian Diaspora

Over the course of the last year, Pete Pin has engaged in a series of conversations about what it means to be Cambodian, while photographing Cambodian-Americans in Philadelphia, Pa.; Lowell, Mass. and the Bronx, N.Y.

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Lightbox February 1, 2012
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Pictures of the Week, January 27 – February 3

From deadly clashes in Syria and Egypt, to the first anniversary of the Tahrir square uprising and the walk-up to this year's Super Bowl, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Out There

One Shot Teenie: A Retrospective of Charles Harris

An exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh pays tribute to the photographer nicknamed “One Shot" for his ability to capture his subjects on the first take.

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