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The Mars Girl 20h
The relative motions of both and Enceladus over a 15-minute period create the movement seen in this movie sequence. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute
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Jason Major Jun 20
Saturn's moon Mimas, seen here from the night side with reflected Saturnshine. Color-composite made from images captured by in visible-light filters on Jan. 30, 2017.
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Mete Atature Jun 22
Replying to @MeteAtature
and here is one from 2000 taken by ! is everywhere! :)
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Stofiel Aerospace Jun 18
This is really the first time she has peers that understand or have an interest in space. "Space is just where I do my job...." They bring us a long term perspective found no where else. Saturn system is our goal, is to be found!
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SupernovaStyleNews 8h
Yesterday my parents and I were at a mall and saw this in the store window of . It's a box! The music in the background isn't for this one. have you seen this?
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viviana governi Jun 18
Stunning And his hexagon at the North Pole....
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viviana governi 6h
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Kate 16h
A great read: summary of and the impact that it's had on exploration. Some beautiful pictures too!
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AE Data Consulting Jun 23
Small off topic: also one of our founders, Thomas, currently PhD student in works with his students on to classify / data, namely the Cosmic Dust Analyzer.
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Enlightened Fighter Jun 23
Replying to @RogueNASA
I wish I could understand WHY there is a need for anyway. We have . The people who engineered Apollo missions. The people who launched Hubble and opened our eyes to the beauty of space. The people who spent years analyzing images data from .
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Alexander Biebricher Jun 23
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Frontiers Marine Sci Jun 23
Carolyn Porco’s updated version of Carl Sagan’s pale blue dot...thank you for showing us at our most beautiful...
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Frontiers Marine Sci Jun 23
The most wonderful images presented by Carolyn Porco...science at its most beautiful!
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Frontiers Marine Sci Jun 23
Totally inspired by Carolyn Porco on the legacy of and the future of space exploration.
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Simon Farnell Jun 22
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radioeyes Jun 21
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J.R. Stoces Jun 21
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RedTabbyBooks & More Jun 21
Oleg Cassini Mens XL Shirt 100% Silk Short Sleeve Straight Hem Pocket Blue Red via
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Dating for All Jun 21
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Window on The Sky Jun 21
High-Res Helene, moon of – Cassini Legacy: 1997-2017
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