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Here are some cool panoramic photos. You can make any of these images into your computer desktop wallpaper. Just click on an image to enlarge it, and then choose “Set as Desktop Background”.
This is a nice panoramic photo of the lunar craters particularly the 100-kilometer Cabeus Crater. This crater can be seen from the earth in an oblique perspective. This photo was generated from the images collected by the LRO spacecraft.
Here’s a wide-angle view of thousands of galaxies, approximately 7,500 in the universe. This image was created using the data gathered by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in 2009 and Advanced Camera for Surveys in 2004.
Here’s another amazing panoramic photo. This time, it’s the enchanting planet Saturn. This photo was the result of combining 165 images captured on September 15, 2006 by the Cassini space probe’s wide angle camera.
This beautiful panoramic view of the moon and the eye of Hurricane Emily above the Caribbean Sea was captured from the International Space Station in July 16, 2005. Hurricane Emily is a Category 5 hurricane having a maximum wind speed of 160 mph.
This is a nice panoramic view of the Martian surface generated from hundreds of images taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit’s built-in panoramic camera from May 14, 2009 (sol 1,906) to June 20, 2009 (sol 1943).
We’ve recorded many episodes of Astronomy Cast, including one about Hubble. Check it out, Episode 88: The Hubble Space Telescope.