NASA’s entire collection of images, sounds, and video is available and publicly searchable online. You can use the media any way you like, for free.
Students and writers might look at pictures and videos just for fun, or the resources can inspire short descriptive writings, creative works of fiction, or poems.
Imagine you are describing how a constellation looks up close.
Or you’re writing a fictional memoir of watching a launch based on a short video.
Maybe you are writing a poem about a galaxy.
Or you’re writing a work of fiction set on another planet.
Perhaps a picture or video can help you describe what it feels like and sounds like to be on the moon.
Even audio clips can enhance your descriptive writings and fiction. The site also provides potentially valuable resources for reports. The opportunities are vast, so check it out!