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Perseids Meteor Shower Composite This long exposure shot by David Kingham as a friendly reminder that we are orbiting the Sun at 67,000 miles per hour, rocketing around the center of the Milky Way at 490,000 miles per hour, and traveling towards the constellation Leo at a blistering 390 kilometers per second. That means that we happen to pass through the thin, dusty tails of comets long passed, like Swift-Tuttle, the Perseids source, we shouldnt be surprised to see a few fireworks.

The sky is falling "Snowy Range Perseid Meteor Shower" by David Kingham of the U. was "highly commended" in the Earth and Space category. Kingham combines 23 individual stills to convey the excitement and dynamism of August's Perseid meteor shower.


Milky Way over Lake Titicaca, Peru--- need to go there what a sight. when you go take me with you Amen the Lake Titicaca is the most beautiful place on the planet Dear Sweet Earth I love you and Jesus Christ that made you. Praise you Lord God

We aRE aLL jusT thiS sMAll persoN iN thiS biG worLd- buT noT maNy peoPlE reaLiZE thaT wE havE morE powEr thaN wE can evER kNOw; LOVE....  winsnap: “ Looking at the stars by Luca Zanetti ”

We are all just this small person in this big world- but not many peopie realize that we have more power than we can ever know; winsnap: “ Looking at the stars by Luca Zanetti ”

renamonkalou:  The core of our galaxy | Luigi Masella

The core of our galaxy Staring to the Sagittarius region during a clear summer night is always a moving experience. Naked eye cannot count the stars. But a good pair of binoculars is enough to.

Why do you love space? Because I look at it and I see nothing but opportunity. It gets my heart racing like nothing else.

Our galaxy, the milky way. We are small. Most things we worry about have no value at all. Look how beautiful this is, and how uncommon it is to exist as a human being.