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📷 Universe In Pictures 🔭 Always Looking Up

NASA's Mars rover casually rolling through NYC. 🤖 This isn’t the final design for the Mars 2020 Rover, however, as the 28-foot-long ride was created as a showpiece for the aforementioned Summer of Mars event. According to , they may take a few desig

With ongoing missions to the Sun, the Moon, asteroids, Mars, Jupiter and beyond, we’re living in a golden age of solar system exploration. What’s more, we’re now even discovering planets *outside* our own system. Since the discovery of the first exo

Stars, volcano & lightning ️ . The lightning strike is generated by the ash cloud though a process called charge separation. A volcano is an opening in the Earth's crust that allows molten rock, gases, and debris to escape to the surface. Follow

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Crashing waves Falling snow ️ Blooming flowers Fresh air all around These are just some of the features that make our Earth so special. For decades we’ve used the vantage point of space to better understand our planet and improve lives. Today we l

Earth is special. It's the only place in the universe that we know contains life. ⁣ ⁣ Celebrate its beauty by scrolling through these breathtaking images of our home planet, as captured by crew members aboard the International Space Station (@iss ).

Right Chandra is studying a cluster of galaxies in Draco! Nearby in the sky is the Spindle Galaxy, NGC 5866. The outer halo of this galaxy is stippled with numerous globular clusters — gravitationally bound groups of containing nearly a million star

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Imagine slow-motion fireworks that started exploding 170 years ago and are still continuing. ⁣ ⁣ This type of firework is not launched into Earth's atmosphere, but rather into space by a doomed super-massive star, called Eta Carinae. In this view

Planetary Nebulae! What is your favorite? Planetary nebula, any of a class bright nebulae that are expanding shells of luminous gas expelled by dying stars. Observed telescopically, they have a relatively round compact appearance rather than the ch

Can you believe this actually happened? Photo by Stephen Confer. Explanation: It's not every day that a space shuttle lands at LAX. Although this was a first for the major Los Angeles airport hub, it was a last for the space shuttle Endeavour, as it

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