NASA's stunning Pride flag is made entirely from space imagery

Rachel Lense Progress Pride flag made out of NASA pictures
(Image credit: NASA/Rachel Lense)

NASA's sun and space division (yes, that's a thing) has unveiled an out-of-this-world photography montage in celebration of Pride Month. Combining to form a Progress Pride flag, each stripe of the design features a different image taken by the team at NASA – from the algae-filled lakes of California to the swirling storms of Jupiter. 

As June rolls around we're undoubtedly going to be seeing a lot of Pride logos but it's rare to see one that honours the celebration of LGBTQIA+ through the lens of natural beauty.  Not only is the piece a stunning homage to Pride Month but an ingenious way to revive the beautiful imagery captured by NASA over the years. 

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Natalie Fear
Staff Writer

Natalie is Creative Bloq's staff writer. With an eye for trending topics and a passion for internet culture, she brings you the latest in art and design news. A recent English Literature graduate, Natalie enjoys covering the lighter side of the news and brings a fresh and fun take to her articles. Outside of work (if she’s not glued to her phone), she loves all things music and enjoys singing sweet folky tunes.