Florida Everglades, via NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
Donald Pettit, the astronaut who takes all the great time lapse videos and photos of Earth from the ISS, explains how and why he does it. (via PetaPixel)
Camera. On a rocket booster. On the space shuttle. Into space.
First panorama from Curiosity – go to the source for full size and full effect. And if you’re curious about why NASA only included a two megapixel camera on-board, check out this article from The Verge. In short: the spec had to be agreed on eight years ago and they’re limited to transmitting only 31.25MB per day from MARS.