Category: august 25

Blurry Earth, photographed during the Gemini V mission, August 25, 1965.

TODAY IN HISTORY: Planet Neptune, observed by the Voyager 2 space probe, August 25, 1989.

(NASA)

TODAY IN HISTORY: The southern hemisphere of Triton, moon of Neptune, observed by NASA’s Voyager 2 space probe, August 25, 1989. (NASA)

Planet Earth on August 25, 1965, photographed from the Gemini 5 spacecraft, with a view to Japan, including Osaka and Nagoya.

(NASA/ASU)

Amazing Neptune, observed by NASA’s Voyager 2 probe on this day in 1989.

Egypt and the Nile, August 25, 1965, as seen from the Gemini 5 spacecraft as it orbited the Earth. (NASA)

August 25, 1965 – The California coastline, photographed from the Gemini 5 spacecraft. You can see lots of Southern California, from the inland Salton Sea on the left to Catalina and San Clemente islands out in the Pacific.

(NASA/ASU)

Amazing Neptune, observed by NASA’s Voyager 2 probe on August 25, 1989.

Planet Neptune, observed by Voyager 2 on August 25, 1989.

TODAY IN HISTORY: NASA’s Voyager 2 space probe takes a look at Proteus, moon of Neptune, August 25, 1989. (San Diego Air & Space Museum)