GIFs are becoming more popular over time, they are used from everything to memes all the way up to showing off new products with short animations.

NASA has been creating these GIFs for some time now and they have amassed a massive archive of these GIFs over the years from rocket launches to planets around the galaxy to shots from the International Space Station.

Today the agency announced that they have opened up this vault of animated images and included them on its Pinterest and GIPHY pages, allowing anyone to have full access to this access and even share them across their own social networks, particularly Twitter, which has API integration with the GIPHY service.

You can check out the vault of images on NASA’s Pinterest and GIPHY pages, we have also included some of our favourites below.

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