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Juno mission

Juno mission

Leonid Afremov -- oil paint with palette knife.  Beautiful--remarkable use of color.  AWESOME artist!

Leonid Afremov -- oil paint with palette knife. Beautiful--remarkable use of color. AWESOME artist!

H Poster - Quim Marin / Marin Dsgn #poster #typography #design

H Poster - Quim Marin / Marin Dsgn #poster #typography #design

Meet HD 189733b, the alien planet with a bright blue atmosphere that researchers attribute to a rain of molten glass. so good luck flying your kite on this planet

Meet HD 189733b, the alien planet with a bright blue atmosphere that researchers attribute to a rain of molten glass. so good luck flying your kite on this planet

Aurora Borealis as seen from the International space station.

Aurora Borealis as seen from the International space station.

What a total lunar eclipse looks like from space.

What a total lunar eclipse looks like from space.

That tiny blue dot is our planet Earth as seen from Saturn. This rare image was captured by the wide-angle camera on NASA’s Cassini spacecraft on July 19, 2013.

That tiny blue dot is our planet Earth as seen from Saturn. This rare image was captured by the wide-angle camera on NASA’s Cassini spacecraft on July 19, 2013.

The International Space Station captures composite images of star trails

The International Space Station captures composite images of star trails

Every single satellite orbiting the Earth

Every single satellite orbiting the Earth

During Apollo 11’s historic moon mission in July 1969, astronaut Buzz Aldrin unfurls a “solar wind sheet” designed to collect atomic particles blowing from the distant sun. The Lunar Excursion Module, which got Aldrin and Neil Armstrong safely to and from the lunar surface, stands behind him. (see more photos here)

During Apollo 11’s historic moon mission in July 1969, astronaut Buzz Aldrin unfurls a “solar wind sheet” designed to collect atomic particles blowing from the distant sun. The Lunar Excursion Module, which got Aldrin and Neil Armstrong safely to and from the lunar surface, stands behind him. (see more photos here)