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Independent.ie Jun 18
spacecraft captures detailed picture of Asteroid from just 0.8km above its surface
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Kate Mulgrew Jun 14
Roddenberry suspected, but Janeway will verify! Let’s put together an away team. you’re with me, you have the bridge. πŸ––πŸ»πŸ”¬πŸš€
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Tom Hall ☘ Jun 10
Northern Lights - Breaking Waves - Beautiful and Hypnotic! [sound up] πŸ’« πŸ’« πŸ’« πŸ’« πŸŒŽπŸ’« πŸ’« πŸ’« πŸ’« via pls follow
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jhonatan froeder 4h
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DBI 9m
This clip begins with a photograph taken of the atmosphere at the north pole of the planet Saturn, taken in 2006 by NASA's Cassini-Huygens space probe. |
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[staterus] 5h
A View Toward M106 This post was automated using IFTTT, and is the NASA "Astronomy Picture of the Day"
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Manish Sharma 3h
Sri Lanka successfully launches its first satellite β€˜Ravana-1’ into orbit Congratulations Sri Lanka.
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Jeff 4h
A View Toward M106 via - Image of the day for June 20, 2019
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Malcolm Reynolds 2h
First photo through the celestron nexstar4se with a sony a6000.
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Casey & Liz Craft Jun 16
Milky Way over Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent
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Davison Carvalho 9h
Another preview of a retro inspired device I made last year for my short film. Inspired by tech, Dieter Rams, Robert Oberheim and Walkman. Fun fact I actually designed many pages of the camera manual. Hi-res imgs soon.
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Space Porn πŸš€ 17h
A Look Inside the X-59 QueSST Cockpit
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DeVonte' Patterson 20h
Beyond blessed to sign this rocket before it goes away into space!
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π•»π–π–Žπ–‘ π•Ύπ–‘π–Šπ–‰π–Œπ–Š 🐈 πŸ• Jun 17
Strawberry Moon over the Temple of Poseidon
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Women Who Code Jun 17
πŸš€ was an African-American and that was part of the team that developed software for the Centaur rocket stage. Source: Kaiser Science
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Megan Jun 15
Replying to @NASAhistory
A medal wasn't her only honor. She also has a *crater* on the moon named for her. It's called "Crater Poppy." And then , the last mission to land men on the moon, landed near Crater Poppy.
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Antti Lipponen Jun 15
Rapid ice melt in at the moment. This is 1 May–14 June 2019 as seen by the on board the 's . Take a look yourself using at
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NASA Earth Jun 14
Extreme temperatures in northern India have baked cities for nearly three weeks.
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Gene J. Mikulka, CC Jun 14
NASA ISS astronaut Christina Koch snapped this image of an aurora, - Via
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Jeremy Rexan β˜―οΈπŸ¦‚ Jun 13
Taken by NASA on Mars. Coincidence...or time travel?
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