NASA Makes Their Whole Media Library Publicly Accessible And Copyright Free

If you’ve ever wondered what outer space looks like, or how the astronauts were dressed, or even what the galaxies look like, you can find out now. Think that’s great? Read on..

NASA has agreed to make their entire collection available to the public! Whether you enjoy just looking through your telescope, or whether you take photographs of things out there, you will love this collection of images, sounds and videos which are now available. You can now download as many as you like, and do with them whatever you choose.

You can search online through their 140,000 different photos and downloads which are now available. All you have to do is to type in the word or phrase you are looking for, and you will be able to view images of astronauts, launches and and events at NASA, which up till now have been classified.

Every image comes with EXIF data, which will make things very useful for astrophotography enthusiasts.

Additionally, there is the facility to find something in a certain year, so if you have a year in mind when something happened, you can search for that by date.

What is really good to see is that NASA has made the content interesting for everyone who looks at it. Now we can get a glimpse into events that happened, download it if you like, and add it to your collection. It will bring people closer to knowing about space travel, and the work that NASA does.

Check out the entire collection which will give you an idea of what you can find yourself. You can download and print the pictures off, make them into posters for a wall, or do anything else you may like.

Perhaps the best part of this is that every single item is now copyright free!

Source: DIY Photography