NASA Nikon Lunar Artemis Camera Moon
Photo credit: NASA | Bill Stafford
NASA astronauts used one 70mm Hasselblad camera with interchangeable 80mm and 250mm lenses during Apollo 17, and now, Nikon is set to develop a next-generation Lunar Artemis Camera for future Moon missions. Before signing the Space Pact Agreement, NASA performed initial utilizing a standard Nikon Z 9 to determine the specifications a camera would need to operate on the lunar surface.

Hubble Globular Cluster NGC 1841
NASA / ESA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of a densely populated globular cluster known as NGC 1841, located 162,000 light-years from Earth within the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC). On a related note, the Milky Way galaxy is actually orbited by tens of known satellite galaxies that are far closer than Andromeda, the largest and brightest of which is the LMC.