Over the years NASA has collected a huge amount of images, videos and even sounds from the deepest space, images that have made history and have also been disseminated to the general public, but many others have remained closed in the archive of the government agency American, to date.
According to a recent official communication, from now on users from all over the world will be able to access the multimedia “library” and look for any information just as they would do through a simple search.
In the image above we can see how a simple search in the archive of the word “Pluto” reports well 543 results in which there are images and videos of the orbiting planet in the outer part of the solar system.
You can use the material on the site for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibitions, graphic simulations and Web pages, this because (most of them) contents are not protected by Copyright, this means that they can also be published on personal web pages.
If, on the other hand, you are interested in using the content present in the library in a commercial context, its not so easy as you will have to apply directly to the NASA multimedia division based in Washington DC
We leave you with the official link to the NASA page in question, in which you will be able to do all your space research in a completely free way.