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.
Hayabusa, peregrine falcon
Tanked turkey vulture
Curiosity sol 613 self-portrait animation
Spirit Sol 2 DVD photo: L4 (red) filter
Have a happy day
Planetary Society DVD on Mars Exploration Rover lander
321 Science Presents: Asteroid Fact vs. Fiction
Marian Call, "Good Morning Moon," video recorded at ESA's Space Expo
Chris Hadfield covers Space Oddity
"Bigfoot's Buddies" in Spirit's West Valley Panorama
Teeny Little Bigfoot on Mars
Hope Johnson sings the names of the solar system's moons
Curiosity: This is not the droid you're looking for!
Curiosity's self-portrait at John Klein: interactive 3D panorama
How big is Santa Maria?
Uranus or Bust
Itokawa: A sea otter?
Nichelle Nichols and the Nerd-in-Chief
Extent of human radio broadcasts
The end of GRAIL's mission
Mars attacks Earth
An astrophysicist's Periodic Table of Elements
Ebb and Flow in plastic canvas
Three rovers and a lander, with Carl Sagan for scale
Sing it, IKAROS!
Face to face with Curiosity
What if van Gogh had painted Curiosity?
What if Picasso had painted Curiosity?
What if Grant Wood had painted Curiosity?
What if Warhol had painted Curiosity?
2012: A Space Curiosity
What if Da Vinci had painted Curiosity?
Encouragement for everyone back home
Akatsuki: "I'll be back!" Venus: "I'm waiting you"