NASA Lauches Photo Archive on Flickr

This week, NASA rolled a big archive of his­tor­i­cal images into Flickr Com­mons, giv­ing users access to more than a half cen­tu­ry of NASA’s pho­to­graph­ic his­to­ry. The images are divid­ed into three neat sets – “Launch and Take­off,” “Build­ing NASA” and “Cen­ter Name­sakes” – and they’re all copy­right-free, mean­ing that you can share and use these images how­ev­er you like. You can jump into the archive here and watch it grow over time. Thanks for the heads up @eugenephoto! They’re always appre­ci­at­ed…

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