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sirmitchell:

In my opinion, one of the best things humanity has captured on video. Done in 1979 by Voyager 1 as it approached Jupiter. 

sirmitchell:

In my opinion, one of the best things humanity has captured on video. Done in 1979 by Voyager 1 as it approached Jupiter. 

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theadventurouscraftster:

thenewenlightenmentage:

Oldest Spiral Galaxy in Universe Discovered
Astronomers have discovered the universe’s most ancient spiral galaxy yet, a cosmic structure that dates back roughly 10.7 billion years, a new study reveals.
The galactic find, discovered by researchers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, comes as something of a surprise. Other galaxies from such early epochs are clumpy and irregular, not strikingly symmetrical like the newfound spiral, which broadly resembles our own Milky Way.
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theadventurouscraftster:

thenewenlightenmentage:

Oldest Spiral Galaxy in Universe Discovered

Astronomers have discovered the universe’s most ancient spiral galaxy yet, a cosmic structure that dates back roughly 10.7 billion years, a new study reveals.

The galactic find, discovered by researchers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, comes as something of a surprise. Other galaxies from such early epochs are clumpy and irregular, not strikingly symmetrical like the newfound spiral, which broadly resembles our own Milky Way.

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tuckthis:

ghendel:

You think it’s like this, but it’s really like this.
rleon392:

The Sun and Inner Planets Moving Through Space


gasp.jpeg
this changes everything

tuckthis:

ghendel:

You think it’s like this, but it’s really like this.

rleon392:

The Sun and Inner Planets Moving Through Space

gasp.jpeg

this changes everything

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lungbarrows:

the-star-stuff:

Whoa, Mars might have as much water underground as Earth does

If you’re planning on helping to colonize Mars, you’ll be thrilled to hear that a recent analysis of Martian meteorites indicates that there may be more water on Mars than we previously thought — a lot more. Scientists now think that the amount of water that’s underground on Mars could rival that of Earth. The discovery has rekindled speculations about the red planet’s ability to sustain life — including, potentially, that of human visitors.

Images via Shutterstock.com/Jan Kaliciak, and NASA.

Watch out for the Ice Warriors.

queenaglaia:

robofillet:

roxinpunch:

mynameistiff:

musicfromblueskies:

Earth from a different angle.

Fantastic.

Didn’t recognize it as the earth because North America isn’t the main focus.

I spy New Zealand

Where’s America?

queenaglaia:

robofillet:

roxinpunch:

mynameistiff:

musicfromblueskies:

Earth from a different angle.

Fantastic.

Didn’t recognize it as the earth because North America isn’t the main focus.

I spy New Zealand

Where’s America?