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This is the first Hasselblad SLR space camera and it was equipped with a HC3-70 prism viewfinder. It was used for the first time at the Apollo-Soyuz flight in July 1975.


Things You Can Sell Without Even Noticing They’re Gone

Things You Can Sell Without Even Noticing They’re Gone | Here's a no-brainer: Clear up the junk taking up valuable space in your house, and you could make a welcome splash of cash. "But I need all this stuff", you say? Well, here's your guide to freeing up the items that you're definitely not going to miss from your life…


View from the International Space Station...shuttle docked onto the ISS ( International space station ) gets perfectly framed in this stunning photograph with the best view it is possible for a camera to capture ✔️


This is the first image of Saturn's ultraviolet aurora taken by the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) on board the Hubble Space Telescope in October 1997, when Saturn was a distance of 810 million miles (1.3 billion kilometers) from Earth. The new instrument, used as a camera, provides more than ten times the sensitivity of previous Hubble instruments in the ultraviolet.


How Low-Cost Space Cameras May Open Up Satellite Data

Skybox's fleet of cheap, ultra-efficient satellites will give us real-time data that could upend industries, transform economies, and predict the future.