The NASA Regional Planetary Image Facilities are an international system of planetary image libraries established in 1977. These facilities maintain photographic and digital data as well as mission documentation and cartographic data. Each facility's general holding contains images and maps of planets and their satellites taken by solar system exploration spacecraft.

These planetary image facilities are open to the public. The facilities are primarily reference centers for browsing, studying, and selecting lunar and planetary photographic and cartographic materials. Experienced staff can assist scientists, educators, students, media, and the public in ordering materials for their own use. For appointment information and operation hours, contact your nearest facility.

For specific information about the nearest Regional Planetary Image Facility, browse the list of U.S. and international locations. For other queries, contact