NASA photo of the day, 3-27-18

Additional sources added to the ‘Photos of the Day’ collection

More sources, more photos, better images

We recently added new sources to our “Photos of the Day” feature to broaden the scope of the photos we share with readers on UBNM.

Our source list for “Photos of the Day” now includes NASA, Pixabay, Pexels, Smithsonian, WikiMedia Commons, and Science360. We intend to add even more sources in the near future, too.

Photos of the Day

The daily photos featured on UBNM aren’t always focused on current events, but they do aim to entertain the eyes. Whenever possible, we try to feature shots that are both high quality and relevant to current events.

Adding the “Photos of the Day” feature to your news feed

If you choose to turn this feature on, daily photos will appear at the bottom of your news feed, underneath all of your selected news topics.

Profile Settings, Daily Photos

Simply navigate to your account settings and scroll down to “Profile Settings.” Once in the “Profile Settings” section, select “Yes” under “Daily Photos” option and click the “Save Changes” button.

Done! Your daily life just got a little more beautiful.

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