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Home An astronaut on board the International Space Station used a powerful lens to photograph corals in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The photo area spans about 10 miles of the 1,700-mile reef system. (NASA) An astronaut on board the International Space Station used a powerful lens to photograph corals in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The photo area spans about 10 miles of the 1,700-mile reef system. (NASA)

An astronaut on board the International Space Station used a powerful lens to photograph corals in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The photo area spans about 10 miles of the 1,700-mile reef system. (NASA)

An astronaut on board the International Space Station used a powerful lens to photograph corals in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The photo area spans about 10 miles of the 1,700-mile reef system. (NASA)

An astronaut on board the International Space Station used a powerful lens to photograph corals in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The photo area spans about 10 miles of the 1,700-mile reef system. (NASA)

A coral reef in American Samoa, one of the locations where researchers from the Laboratory for Advanced Sensing went on deployment to collect data using fluid-lensing instruments. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Ved Chirayath)
A player classifying real NASA imagery of coral in the NeMO-Net game on a tablet from the comfort of home. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Ved Chirayath)