NASA is well known for the stunning pictures of far-flung celestial bodies it creates, and it recently shared a snapshot that shows how the image-making process looked decades ago.
Many of the best space images are released by the U.S. space agency from its collection of unmanned explorers and satellites.
Astronauts also take a number of pictures while they are inside the International Space Station, often capturing specific parts of the world with fresh insight.
Check out the video to see how the space agency developed images in the past, and think how much easier it is nowadays!
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