Tag Archives: Deep Space Climate Observatory

17May/17

Mysterious flashes of light spotted on Earth by NASA camera finally explained

ASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera onboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory, or DSCOVR, is about a million miles from Earth, and it has been capturing strange light bursts reflecting off the planet’s surface that appear over both land and water, according to a NASA press release.
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07Aug/15

Deep space satellite captures dark side of moon

A NASA camera onboard its Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite captures the rarely seen dark side of the moon.
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11Feb/15

SpaceX Dragon cargo ship leaves space station

An unmanned SpaceX Dragon cargo ship departs the International Space Station, loaded with science experiments and equipment for analysis on Earth.

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