Monday, February 18, 2019
The space station's crew forgets you after an untethered spacewalk, what do you do ? Picture by NASA [1152x900]
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The rim of Endurance in the distance, as seen from the landing site of Opportunity, Eagle crater [1278 x 352]
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Ireson Hill is located on the Bagnold Dune field on the slope of Mounr Sharp in Gale crater on Mars. It's about 5 meters high & 15 meters across. Credit:NASA, MSSS, JPL-Caltech.
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HiRISE captured dry Ice Pits lined with gold-coloured dust on Mars. Around the south pole, toward the end of Martian summer,a section of the vast carbon dioxide ice cap starts to evaporates due to warm weather & these pits form. The expansion happens when the ice sublimates directly into gas.
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Seasonal dark streaks called recurrent slope lineae on Mars. They appear in Martian spring & summer but fade in winter, only to reappear again the next summer. Credit: HiRISE, NASA, MRO, LPL(U.Arizona).
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Sunday, February 17, 2019
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This photo of Earth's Sun was taken by Efrain Morales Rivera in Puerto Rico, United States of America, on 13 February 2019. [1280 x 1125] [OS]
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Space, 9 March 2002: "Looking westward" -- while NASA's Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-109) was over "the Atlantic Ocean southwest of the Cape Verde Islands" -- an astronaut "photographed the newly serviced and upgraded Hubble Space Telescope (HST) near" Earth's limb. Photo credit: NASA [6852 x 6852]
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This high-resolution close-up of the Martian surface had been recorded by HiRISE camera. Credit: NASA, MRO, LPL.
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Saturday, February 16, 2019
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The Surface of the Sun, taken yesterday (15 feb), in amazing detail by Belgian photographer Dominique Dierick
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A rapidly rotating black hole can explain why the gas surrounding GRO J1655-40 flickering at a rate of 450 times a second. Credit: April Hobart, CXC.
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Friday, February 15, 2019
[OC] Most recent space marble I made with some nice greens and blues. Made with borosilicate glass, enjoy!
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If I say "Don't push any button !" and I leave the space shuttle's cockpit, what do you do ? Picture by NASA [500x750]
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Thursday, February 14, 2019
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This chart illustrates comparisons among the distances driven by various wheeled vehicles on the surface of Earth's moon and Mars. Opportunity holds the off-Earth roving distance record after accruing 45.16 kilometres of driving on Mars.
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The cloud-covered Pacific coast of the South American nation of Chile contrasts with the Andes Mountain range and the cloud formations extending over Argentina photographed from the ISS [5568 x 3712]
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