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International Space Station
Search and download images and video from past, current and upcoming expeditions. View imagery of astronauts, cosmonauts, visiting vehicles and other space station activities.

Still Imagery
› Collection on Flickr
› Collection on NASA.gov

Video Resources
› Collection on NASA.gov
› Collection on Archive.org
› ReelNASA YouTube


Orion
Search and download imagery about NASA’s Orion spacecraft, which is being built to take humans farther than they’ve ever gone before.

Still Imagery
› Collection on Flickr

Video Resources
› Collection on NASA.gov
› Collection on Archive.org
› ReelNASA YouTube


Space Shuttle
Download images from historical missions. Check out imagery of astronauts, launches, spacewalks and other shuttle mission activities.

Still Imagery
› Collection on Flickr

Video Resources
› Collection on Archive.org


Johnson Space Center
Search and download images and video from collections organized by NASA’s human spaceflight programs, from the Mercury program to the International Space Station program. Also included are facilities such as Mission Control, innovations, projects, technology developments for future exploration and events at NASA Johnson Space Center.

Still Imagery
› Collection on Flickr

Video Resources
› Collection on Archive.org
› ReelNASA YouTube

Information

The Media Resource Center has closed due to limited resources. NASA imagery and communication specialists will continue to identify and publish the best multimedia products available with contextual background and detailed captioning. However, specialized customer service will be limited and JSC’s video loan service will cease. For the latest multimedia raw materials and productions, media are advised to visit the appropriate NASA web collections highlighted on this page. Media who have outstanding video loans are asked to return the materials as specified in the loan agreement. Media can contact the JSC Newsroom by telephone at 281-483-5111 or by email to jsccommu@mail.nasa.gov.

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