The artwork shown here has in each instance had its original digital file minted as a blockchain token, and will shortly be available to purchase from this site which also features images from NASA’s web site which compliment the Non Fungible Tokens which may be the new secure future for all serious art collectors …

A non-fungible token is a unit of data on a digital ledger called a blockchain, where each NFT represents an unique digital item.

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Hubble Space Telescope

.. launched April 24, 1990, from the space shuttle Discovery, and hailed by NASA as the "most significant advance since Galileo's telescope."
Hubble has given us better views of our solar system and taken us hundreds of light years away to the edge of the universe..
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Also on our site, we are now taking our cue from NASA’s amazing images now depicted as NFT-s in Gallery 9


  • Ingenuity on Mars-NFT
  • Ingenuity on Mars-NFT
NOTE: If not already minted, (see our Auction sites) NFT's can be commissioned from any art-work pictured on this site.
The artwork selected will have its original digital file minted as a blockchain token, and then made available for purchase.
In addition a limited print edition #1/100 can be provided size 20cm x 30cm and printed on acrylic allowing a tangible version to be displayed by the NFT owner.

Cone Nebula

The Cone Nebula is a turbulent star-forming pillar of gas and dust. It's 7 light-years long, but this image taken by Hubble in 2002 shows the top 2.5 light-years (which equals 23 million round trips to the moon). Ultraviolet radiation causes the hydrogen gas to emit an eerie red glow.
Taking a cue from NASA's pictures of the ever changing nebula, NFT-s offers unique art to the discerning collector
  • Eze_sur_Mer_France
  • Eze_sur_Mer_France

Lagoon Nebula

This 2018 Hubble image shows the Lagoon Nebula, a chaotic nursery full of baby stars. At the center, lies a young star 200,000 times brighter than our sun blasts out ultraviolet radiation.
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  • About - Our Galleries
  • About - Our Galleries

In 2009, NASA's Great Observatories, including Hubble along with the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Chandra X-ray Observatory, combined their observational power to create this unprecedented composite image of our Milky Way galaxy's center. Infrared and X-ray light captured by the telescopes can be seen here. Hubble's contributions are in yellow, Spitzer's observations are in red and Chandra's are blue and violet.

For more images and details of NASA's studies in observing our galaxy - click on "Info" tab, then 'NASA' in main menu above.

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