APOD

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APODAstronomy Picture of the Day (NASA)
APODAerial Port Of Debarkation
APODAlternative Place of Detention (Australia)
APODAnnual Property Operating Data
APODAssistant Payload Operations Director (NASA)
APODAbsent Place of Duty
APODAlternate Phase Opposition Disposition (RF carrier disposition scheme)
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It's me Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) site at antwrp.
Deeper images show even less resemblance between photographs and drawings; see, for example, Astronomy Picture of the Day for 2007 August 10 (http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ ap070810.html).
Among the apps that I've tried, some are simple ones that merely calculate the times of sunrise and sunset, browse the venerable Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD), show a zoomable map of the Moon, and display the latest news and video from NASA.
One of his impact images made NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day. More and more telescopes turned to Jupiter, and even the Hubble Space Telescope was aimed at the impact site.
A Russell Croman image of Leo I also featured as Astronomy Picture of the Day on 2006 June 19.
One of the most reproduced images which shows the complete nebula appeared as Astronomy Picture of the Day on 2003 May 10 and can be seen at http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ ap030510.html.
Other interesting Dashboard widgets include SunPosition, APOD Viewer (for the Astronomy Picture of the Day), and Solar Viewer (for the latest images from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory).
Astronomy Picture of the Day http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.
See, for example, Astronomy Picture of the Day for 2007 July 6: http://antwrp.gsfc.
The image that caught her attention appeared on NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day Web site last February 2nd (http://apod.nasa.gov).
The Elephant Trunk featured as NASA's 'Astronomy Picture of the Day' on 2001 Oct 11 (see http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/ apod/ap011011.html).
Still others eagerly await the new image at Astronomy Picture of the Day (http://apod.nasa.gov).
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