Top space pics in Visions of the Universe exhibition
More than a hundred spectacular space images are going on display in a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in London.
More than a hundred spectacular space images are going on display in a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in London. This stunning picture of the Andromeda Galaxy was taken using a super powerful telescope!
Forget sunrise, check out Earthrise! This is one of the most iconic views of our planet, taken from the Apollo 11 spacecraft as it orbited the Moon in 1969.
This photo shows two astronauts repairing the Hubble Space Telescope in the first servicing mission in 1993.
Here's Buzz Aldrin, who became the second man to set foot on the Moon on 20 July 1969.
This mesmerising photo of the night sky was taken near the city of Bursa in Turkey.
This is an image of Venus, created by bouncing radio signals off the planet’s surface. The exhibition in Greenwich runs until September 2013.
This dizzying pic shows stars leaving trails around the sky's south pole, as the Earth rotates. It was taken in Australia using a 30-minute camera exposure.
The Visions of the Universe exhibition looks at how space telescopes and photography have developed. This scary looking pic, called The Crab Nebula, shows what happens after a massive star dies and collapses.