About the International Space Archives
The International Space Archives is building a digital library organizing the incredible imagery created by human exploration of our universe.
Over the past fifty years, manned and unmanned space programs in the United States and other countries have amassed a huge amount of still and motion photography which is unique in its scope and splendor.
For the first time ever, the International Space Archives is bringing together the best of this still and video imagery in one comprehensive collection.
The photos, films, and videos in the archive are coming from a variety of sources including NASA ( the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and the space programs of Russia, Japan, China, India, the European Union, and others.
Also included in these archives will be images created by the various private space programs that are now developing new approaches to allowing private citizens to experience the wonder and excitement of space travel.
Content in the International Space Archives is available for commercial licensing.
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