HOUSTON — “NASA: Through Our Eyes,” a sampling of photographs captured by Johnson Space Center’s photographers and astronauts, is showing now through Feb. 9 at Space Center Houston.

NASA’s astronauts have a unique perspective to capture photographs. Every NASA center also has professional photographers who help record history.

The images on display include those captured by Johnson Space Center’s first photographer, Andrew “Pat” Patnesky, and astronaut Don Pettit’s star swirls. Many of the photographs also provide a glimpse into how the images were captured.


At a glance

WHAT: “NASA: Through Our Eyes”

WHEN: Now through Feb. 9

WHERE: Space Center Houston, 1601 NASA Parkway, in Houston

COST: This display is included with paid admission to Space Center Houston

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