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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This one made me sad


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So beautiful


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Earth from Apollo 12 [3220x3220]


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Earth from Apollo 12 [3569x3569]


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The Apollo 12 Lunar Lander Setting Off To Land On The Moon [5326x5326]


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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

Opportunity at Perseverance Valley. Credit:NASA,JPL-Caltech, Kenneth Kremer.


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Rest well, Opportunity. Your mission is complete.


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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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My first time zooming in on the craters of the Moon. [OC]


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Milky way in Hunza valley Gilgit Baltistan - Pakistan [1500 × 900]


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he done it!


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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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Opportunity's first image (left) and its last image (right) from the Martian surface.


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Happy Valentine's Day ! Picture by Vadim Sadovski [1080x1080]


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Impress your lover on Valentine's Day with this romantic rose made out of galaxies


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The crew of NASA's Apollo 11 mission behind a model of the moon in 1969 (Photo: Ralph Morse) [1200x842]


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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

29 years ago today, the greatest picture of all time was taken.


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Rest in peace little guy, you did good.


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Thank you Oppy!


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The Unparalleled Beauty, Pluto, 10x10


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#DistinguishedService


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NASA announced rover Opportunity stoped its activity after 15 years exploring Mars. Thank you for you service good boy!


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Jupiter's "Face" [640x640]


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Helix nebula or NGC 7293, one of the brightest & closest planetary nebula, has complex geometrical structures, including radical filaments & extended outer loops.


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Impress your lover on Valentine's Day with this romantic rose made out of galaxies [2000x2028]


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Astronaut Bruce McCandless II, STS-41B mission specialist, tests a Mobile Foot Restraint (MFR) attached to the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger. [3000 x 3000]


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Astronaut Steve Bowen, STS-126 mission specialist, participates in the mission's third scheduled spacewalk as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. - November 22, 2008 [4288 x 2929]


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Interacting Galaxy NGC 3256 [3640 x 3640]


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Far side of the moon


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The powerful BE-4 engine is made to take into orbit the Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket - Who's ready to go into space ? [3000x1687]


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A crescent Earth seen by the Apollo 12 astronauts on the way back home from landing on the Moon [4056x4056]


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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

A place to sit and wonder about existence[460 x 605]


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How would you name this moon feature?


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I created an ultra-HQ moon wallpaper by combining nearly 50k images of our night sky. Link in comments for mobile users. (reuploaded due to incorrect file uploaded the first time)


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Ideal Lunar Landscape drawn by James Nasmyth in 1873 [1200x993]


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Last Night's Moon [OC] [3600 x 1800]


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Dry ice (carbon dioxide ice) sled streaks called linear gullies that appear on the sides of some sandy slopes during Martian spring. Credit:NASA, HiRISE, MRO,LPL(U.Arizona).


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Astronaut Robert L. Stewart, mission specialist, participates in a EVA, a few meters away from the cabin of the Space Shuttle Challenger. Stewart is centered in a background of clouds and earth in this view of his EVA. He is floating without tethers attaching him to the shuttle. [5742 x 4219]


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Tadpole galaxy is situated in the constellation Draco. It's tail is over 275,000 light-year long. Credit: Chandra X-ray Observatory.


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Dust and Nebulas Around Orion's Belt


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Earth from Apollo 12 (5131x5131)


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Dione crescent (Cassini, 2005)


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Monday, February 11, 2019

Star & Crossbones Nebula [2610x1962] [OC]


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"This photograph of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope was taken during the first astronaut servicing mission in 1993." Photo coordinates, date and time: Latitude -28.5, Longitude 143.9; 9 December 1993 at 04:01:38 GMT. Photo credit: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) [3000 x 2968]


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Night Sky outside of Idyllwild, CA late last week [OC]


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Supernova Remnant RCW 86. Credit:XMM-Newton, Chandra/IR: WISE,Spitzer.


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I feel like this gif perfectly encapsulates that sense of wonder & awe we all used to have when we looked up to the night sky as children (mods if this gif isn’t allowed, feel free to delete it)


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Got this decent photo of the moon through my telescope


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