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Watercastle Tale Works - Cecília Vizvári Sep 15
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Jonah Sep 19
I've made some planets for my future space art.
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Astroshed_Sawley(Chris Platkiw) Sep 17
Hi everyone - just for a change...a bit of planetary stuff...just waiting for Mars to rise above the rooftops 🔭📸😉
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Dave Eagle FRAS 🔭 Star Craving Mad! Sep 11
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Joe Scott Sep 17
5 Advanced Space Drives (That May Or May Not Work) ▸
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Science Sep 18
They even had model !
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Black Spot Design Sep 16
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carolyn higgins Sep 18
of 🌙🌛 well looks like things are calm upstairs 👼🙏🌏🪐🌠
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craftynick Sep 18
I wouldnt usually share a video of my son, but I love his cuteness in this! & his knowledge! & how passionate he is about his planets 😊❤
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Watercastle Tale Works - Cecília Vizvári Sep 12
A long, long time ago, he was a shiny Sun in the . Yes, but over millions of years, he grew old and lost his and his light. He became a shriveled, dense, murky, and lonely globe. Imagine it like a solid chocolate ball... ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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#444 Sep 18
You know what the shadows are.... lots of them. NASA doesn’t want to freak you the fuck out so they hide it. But they are there plain as day! For those with the eyes to see ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Waldemar Puszkarz 22h
Exoplanet Observing by Amateur Astronomers Useful resources for amateur astronomers who would like to observe planets in other star systems.
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Russ Baughan Sep 18
Crowle to Venus (or is it Mars) credit to my old mother
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@Yonilkar Sep 18
To the infinity and Beyond. To the moon. hahaha Hello everyone, today I want to share Spaceship music, inspire in space games...
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sibylle, creative space Sep 16
planets retrograde ... meaning?
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emily🌻🐝🍯 Sep 18
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Tiziano Peccenini Sep 18
The number of Earth-like planets in the Milky Way is estimated to be as high as 6 billion.
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St Gabriels School Sep 18
St Gabriel's worked as a team even while socially distancing. We looked at a book by Oliver Jeffers called 'Here we are'
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RIDHA Sep 19
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