Almost 30 years ago, our Voyager 1 spacecraft snapped the first-ever family portrait of our solar system — including the image of Earth as just a tiny point of light, known as the “Pale Blue Dot.” Take a moment to cherish the only home we’ve ever known: https://t.co/KqGPAIARLp
In August 2010, the Opportunity rover took a photo of its tracks on Mars. This image features the lovely ripples of small dunes created by the wind. Opportunity took many epic shots like this in its 15 years. Now it’s lost to us. https://t.co/AnOlM0cADx 📸 NASA/JPL-Caltech
.@NASASunEarth spacecraft produce some pretty breathtaking images of our star ☀️ But sometimes, the acrobatics of light can produce some odd photographic effects. Explore how the light bends, bleeds and blohttps://t.co/Q1mn8mO58poms:
Why is it so hard to believe that thousands of young people from all around the world have been simultaneously inspired and have followed each other's lead with no other motive but the single shared goal of staying alive on our dying planet?