How are astronomy pictures taken? Images of astronomical objects are usually taken with electronic detectors such as a CCD (Charge Coupled Device). Similar detectors are found in normal digital cameras. Telescope images are nearly always greyscale, but nevertheless contain some colour information.
How do I find NASA photos? NASA Image Library
NASA’s image library, images.nasa.gov, consolidates imagery and videos in one searchable locations.
How do you find a photo of the day in astronomy? 1. Do a Google search for “NASA calendar.” 2. Click on the search result that takes you to the Astronomy Picture of the Day Calendar.
Can you purchase NASA photos? NASA does not sell their photographic products to the general public. NASA will not loan their negatives to clients or to labs.