The Bruce Murray Space Image Library is a unique collection – recent and past photos and videos from the world’s space agencies, artwork, diagrams, and amateur-processed space images. Bruce Murray, Planetary Society cofounder and emeritus director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, insisted that planetary missions take photos for the public as well as for scientists. Bruce literally helped change our picture of the solar system.
Gene Cernan after moonwalk
Moon or Mars?
Curiosity's seven minutes of terror
Sinuous ridges in the Aeolis-Zephyria region, Mars
North polar gypsum dunes in Olympia Undae
Bedrock exposure in landslide scarp
Light-toned outcrops in Noctis Labyrinthus
Inverted channels in Gale Crater
Gasa Crater, Mars
Proton rocket launch statistics
Fissure in the Cerberus region
Intrepid Crater from Opportunity
Gullies in Gasa Crater
Structures in the Keeler gap
Waiting for the new boss
Daphnis in the Keeler Gap
Mars 2020 rover artist's concept
LightSail schematic sample
Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS)
Saturn ring particles
The first commercial space station?
Module 1 at the International Space Station
A potential commercial space station market
Falcon Heavy interstage
Delta II with NPP satellite
ISS Expeditions in 2017 (estimated)
MAVEN orbits Mars
MAVEN view of clouds on Mars in UV
The Death Star moves into position
Cassini view of Titan on March 6, 2014
The trailing hemisphere of Phobos in color from ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter
The trailing hemisphere of Phobos from Mars Global Surveyor
"She's packing quite a wallop!"
"We must do this again."
Apollo 17 Earthrise
Ready for exploration
Soaring past the stars and stripes
Artist concept of the Giant Magellan Telescope
Murray formation outcrop, Curiosity sol 1512
Fighting the wind blowing the Sebina dump pile