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Orange. Photograph taken from the ISS by NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg on October 14, 2013. Credit: Karen Nyberg/NASA

Photograph taken from the ISS by NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg on October Credit: Karen Nyberg/NASA

from space #4k wallpaper (4940x3292)

from space 4k wallpaper (4940x3292)

NASA Tim Peake International Space Station just before Sunset beautiful Earth

Blue sea..Italy of my dreams!

Europe, and Africa at Night (NASA, International Space Station Science,

'Out over the blue,' wrote astronaut Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) when posted this image to social media. Kelly is living and working off the Earth, for the Earth aboard the space station (@ISS) for a yearlong mission. Traveling the world about 250 miles above the Earth, and at 17,500 mph, he circumnavigates the globe more than a dozen times a day.  Image Credit: NASA  #nasa #spacestation #space #earth #iss #earth #yearinspace

'Out over the blue,' wrote astronaut Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) when posted this image to social media. Kelly is living and working off the Earth, for the Earth aboard the space station (@ISS) for a yearlong mission. Traveling the world about 250 miles above the Earth, and at 17,500 mph, he circumnavigates the globe more than a dozen times a day. Image Credit: NASA #nasa #spacestation #space #earth #iss #earth #yearinspace

"Trying to catch Perth at sunset, got these clouds instead. I’ll take it."   Photo credit: NASA/Astronaut Reid Wiseman from the International Space Station

"Trying to catch Perth at sunset, got these clouds instead." Photo credit: NASA/Astronaut Reid Wiseman from the International Space Station

Photos of the surface of Mars from the rover Opportunity

NASA has released a new panorama from its Mars Exploration Rover 2012 Opportunity, showing the terrain where the robot spent the four-month Martian winter.

Astronomy Picture of the Day for 14 Feb Sprawling across almost 200 light-years, emission nebula IC 1805 is a mix of glowing interstellar gas and dark dust clouds about light-years away in the Perseus spiral arm of our galaxy.

Clouds Of Perseus. “So remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet, try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.” Stephen Hawking

Clouds of Perseus ~ contains over solar masses of gas and dust, but the eye is drawn to red NGC Known as the California Nebula, its characteristic glow of atomic hydrogen gas is fueled by ultraviolet light from luminous blue star Xi Persei.

Beautiful new photos by NASA astronaut Scott Kelly make the Earth look strangely alien - Quartz

Once you zoom in (view from top photo through to bottom one) you can see the tiny plane with its jet stream flying over Great Exuma Island in the Bahamas in this nine mile stretch of the area and stunning cloud shadows on the ocean.  The Nasa astronaut aboard the ISS Space Station (orbiting earth since 1998 with six astronauts) had been photographing the island cays and tidal channels between them when he unexpectedly got the plane in shot.

Once you zoom in (view from top photo through to bottom one) you can see the tiny plane with its jet stream flying over Great Exuma Island in the Bahamas in this nine mile stretch of the area and stunning cloud shadows on the ocean. The Nasa astronaut aboard the ISS Space Station (orbiting earth since 1998 with six astronauts) had been photographing the island cays and tidal channels between them when he unexpectedly got the plane in shot.

Scientists are eager to learn if Europa's huge subsurface ocean harbors alien life.

Europa Report: Jupiter's Icy Moon Explained (Infographic) by Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

The Solar Dynamics Observatory AIA imager (observing in extreme ultraviolet light) actually spotted a sun-grazing comet as it disintegrated over about a 15 minute period (July 6, 2011), something never observed before. The angle of the comet's orbit brought it across the front half of the Sun. It's not immediately obvious, but if you watch the movie closely, you'll see a line of light appear in the right just off the edge of the Sun and move across to the left.

Astronomers have seen the death of a comet near the sun in real-time for the first time. A sun-grazing comet flew into the sun on July

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