NASA wants you: Help us sort out these stunning images

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Astronaut Reid Weisman captured this image from the International Space Station. Astronaut Reid Weisman captured this image from the International Space Station.

(CNN) — NASA is asking for your help.

No, you do not get to go to space.

You do, however, get to view hundreds of thousands of images taken from space. Via The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth, NASA is making available images ranging from the Mercury missions of the 1960s to photos recently snapped from the International Space Station.

The hope, NASA says, is that the images “could help save energy, contribute to better human health and safety and improve our understanding of atmospheric chemistry. But scientists need your help to make that happen.”

The catalog contains more than 1.8 million photos, about 1.3 million of them from the space station and roughly 30% of them taken at night.

Before 2003, night images from the space station could be blurry, even with high-speed film and manual tracking…

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