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Fantastico

Fantastico

Edge-on View of Near-Earth Asteroids  New results from NASA's NEOWISE survey find that more potentially hazardous asteroids, or PHAs, are closely aligned with the plane of our solar system than previous models suggested. PHAs are the subset of near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) with the closest orbits to Earth's orbit, also defined as being large enough to survive passage through Earth's atmosphere and cause damage on a regional, or greater, scale.  Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Edge-on View of Near-Earth Asteroids New results from NASA's NEOWISE survey find that more potentially hazardous asteroids, or PHAs, are closely aligned with the plane of our solar system than previous models suggested. PHAs are the subset of near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) with the closest orbits to Earth's orbit, also defined as being large enough to survive passage through Earth's atmosphere and cause damage on a regional, or greater, scale. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Antaudu! Olet turvassa.

Antaudu! Olet turvassa.

NGC 891

NGC 891

galactic plane

galactic plane

We are ants

We are ants

If other planets were in the place of the moon.

If planets were in the place of the moon…

If other planets were in the place of the moon.

A Sagittarius Triplet (June 1 2012)  Image Credit & Copyright: Martin Pugh These three bright nebulae are often featured in telescopic tours of the constellation Sagittarius and the crowded starfields of the central Milky Way. In fact, 18th century cosmic tourist Charles Messier cataloged two of them; M8, the large nebula left of center, and colorful M20 on the right. The third, NGC 6559, is above M8, separated from the larger nebula by a dark dust lane. #astronomy

A Sagittarius Triplet (June 1 2012) Image Credit & Copyright: Martin Pugh These three bright nebulae are often featured in telescopic tours of the constellation Sagittarius and the crowded starfields of the central Milky Way. In fact, 18th century cosmic tourist Charles Messier cataloged two of them; M8, the large nebula left of center, and colorful M20 on the right. The third, NGC 6559, is above M8, separated from the larger nebula by a dark dust lane. #astronomy

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Yayy

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