Two new lots of photographs come to be put online:

DSCOVR EPIC Camera (Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera): DSCOVR is a scientific satellite developed by NASA from 1998. It should provide information on the solar wind by playing an important role in the field of space weather and continuously provide a complete real-time view of face illuminated Earth available on the Internet. This real-time view may be observed at this address: http://epic.gsfc.nasa.gov/
This satellite we to offered very nice images including those showing our Moon and Earth in the background.
You can see all of the images at this address: http://eyes-of-universe.eu/archive/?dir=Univers%2FConstellation+du+Sagittaire+%28Sagittarus%29%2FVoie+lactee%2FNotre+systeme+solaire%2FTERRE+%28EARTH%29%2FSatellite+DSCOVR

This is a small gif that I made with these images:

The Earth and the Moon

Credits: NASA Team EPIC / DSCOVR Team

MESSENGER (MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging): MESSENGER is a study of the planet Mercury in the American space agency NASA mission. The goal of the mission is to perform a complete mapping of the planet, to study the chemical composition of its surface and the exosphere, its geological history, its magnetosphere, the size and the characteristics of its core and the origin of its magnetic field.
Images are available at this address: http://eyes-of-universe.eu/archive/?dir=Univers%2FConstellation+du+Sagittaire+%28Sagittarus%29%2FVoie+lactee%2FNotre+systeme+solaire%2FMERCURE+%28MERCURY%29

Example of a picture of mercury in false color:

derain_300dpi

Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Carnegie Institution of Washington

I keep the trie and online photos from Hubble, the number of constellations and celestial objects are increasing!

Credits:

Photo MESSENGER: http://messenger.jhuapl.edu/Explore/Science-Images-Database/gallery-image-1570.html
Photo of DSCOVR: http://epic.gsfc.nasa.gov/galleries/2016/lunar_transit/

Cover image for article: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington
> NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Carnegie Institution of Washington

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