It turns out that NASA also has selfie software.
It turns out that NASA also has selfie software.
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Today, I suddenly found that NASA had a software to generate space selfies last year. This software is called NASA Selfies. Now that I've seen it, I downloaded it and played it for a while, and then I told you about it. However, I do not recommend this software very much. I will explain the reasons below.

first of all, let's talk about the background of this app, which was actually done in 2018 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the launch of the Spitzer Space Telescope (Spitzer Space Telescope). The function of app is very simple: first take a big picture of you, then paste it into a spacesuit, and then the background is a variety of beautiful pictures of galaxies, all thanks to the Spitzer Space Telescope.

first take a headshot:

then choose your favorite background:

the effect is roughly as follows:

the background picture here is Cassiopeia A, a remnant of a stellar supernova explosion. It is important to note that although the color is very gorgeous, it does not represent the color of the physical object. This image combines observations from the Hubble Space Telescope, the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Chandra X-ray Observatory. There is also a brief introduction to each picture on app.

here are the reasons why I do not recommend it. First of all, you should be able to feel that the function of this app is really too simple, and it is estimated that you will soon get tired of playing. Secondly, when taking a headshot, you have to operate the phone sideways, so that the front camera runs to the side, which makes it feel more awkward, and it is more suitable for others to generate pictures than selfies.

if you like these pictures of the universe, it should be OK to have a little fun. Maybe that's it.

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how to download: search NASA Selfies. Or look here:

reads the original article in memory of the Spitzer Space Telescope.