Sebastian Rusche

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Mars Rover relative wheel sizes

Mars Rovers - Relative Wheel Sizes: Sojourner Spirit & Opportunity and Curiosity

ALMA antennas under the Milky Way!

ESO Alma Telescopes and the Milky WayCredit: ESO/José Francisco SalgadoFour of the European Southern Observatory's Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) antennas gaze up at the night sky. Milky Way is visible at left.

Curiosity Rover's View of Mount Sharp Layers  Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Layers at the base of Mount Sharp A chapter of the layered geological history of Mars is laid bare in this postcard from NASA's Curiosity rover. The image shows the base of Mount Sharp, the rover's eventual science destination.

Getting to Know Mount Sharp  Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

This image taken by the Mast Camera (MastCam) on NASA's Curiosity rover highlights the interesting geology of Mount Sharp, a mountain inside Gale Crater, where the rover landed on Mars.

Focusing Curiosity Rover's 100-Millimeter Mastcam  Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Focusing Curiosity Rover's MastcamCredit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS This image is from a test series used to chacterize the Mast Camera on NASA's Curiosity rover. It was taken on Aug. and looks south-southwest from the rover's landing site.

This is the scene on television witnessed by millions on Earth as Armstrong descends the LM ladder just prior to becoming the first human being to set foot on the Moon.

Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong descends the ladder on the lunar module Eagle on July 1969 in this still image of a live TV broadcast during the first manned moon landing.

Keck in Motion by Andrew Cooper. Keck Observatory operates two ten-meter telescopes atop the summit of Mauna Kea Hawai'i.  Keeping those telescopes on-sky every night is the summit crew of the Operations Department.  This video is dedicated to the guys of the Keck daycrew who make it possible.

Keck Observatory operates two ten-meter telescopes atop the summit of Mauna Kea Hawai'i. Keeping those telescopes on-sky every night is the summit crew of the Operations Department.