Wondrous Space

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Earth from Moon...

Earth from Moon...

The Ring Nebula taken by the Hubble Telescope.

The Ring Nebula taken by the Hubble Telescope.

An Asteroid

An Asteroid

Mars view

Mars view

Satellite view of New York

Satellite view of New York

The Ring Nebula

The Ring Nebula


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Gas Pillars in the Eagle Nebula (M16): Pillars of Creation in a Star-Forming Region

What Would Happen If You Fell Into A Black Hole?

Gas Pillars in the Eagle Nebula (M16): Pillars of Creation in a Star-Forming Region

image of Earthrise

image of Earthrise

triangulum galaxy

triangulum galaxy

High Resolution Photograph of Earth 00

こっこれは美しい... NASAが史上最高の超高解像度「地球画像」を公開

High Resolution Photograph of Earth 00

✮ Sunrise at the North Pole when the Sun and the moon are at their closest point

✮ Sunrise at the North Pole when the Sun and the moon are at their closest point

A close-up of Astronaut John Grunsfeld shows the reflection of Astronaut Andrew Feustel, perched on the robotic arm and taking the photo.

A close-up of Astronaut John Grunsfeld shows the reflection of Astronaut Andrew Feustel, perched on the robotic arm and taking the photo.

Apollo 11, Edwin Aldrin by Neil Armstrong (July 20, 1969)

Apollo 11, Edwin Aldrin by Neil Armstrong (July 20, 1969)

This latest portrait of Earth from NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite puts the icy Arctic in the center, showing the ice and clouds that cover our planet’s northern pole. The image you see here was created from data acquired during fifteen orbits of Earth.

This latest portrait of Earth from NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite puts the icy Arctic in the center, showing the ice and clouds that cover our planet’s northern pole. The image you see here was created from data acquired during fifteen orbits of Earth.

infinity-imagined:  Earth seen by the GOES-14 weather satellite, May 22nd 2013.

infinity-imagined: Earth seen by the GOES-14 weather satellite, May 22nd 2013.

The Night Sky in 2014: 11 Must-See Celestial Events (Infographic) By Jennifer Lawinski, Social Media Contributor

The Night Sky in 2014: 11 Must-See Celestial Events (Infographic) By Jennifer Lawinski, Social Media Contributor

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