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Antonio Paris 16h
The surface of Io, Jupiter's moon.
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Mark Tarello Dec 6
PASS IT ON: Planet Saturn will appear next to the crescent Moon this Saturday night in the southwest sky 30 minutes after sunset!
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Astronomy Pictures 7m
Horsehead and Flame Nebulæ via /r/astrophotography | Credit: t-ara-fan |
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Astronomy Pictures 13h
Aurora Shimmer, Meteor Flash (NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day)
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Clint Gavel 4h
My awesome bedding! 🌌🚀🛸Thank you
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Paul thomas smailes Dec 5
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MilkyRose (Open Commissions!) 21m
Hey there! Until I can get some proper art updates, It seems I am stuck posting some more old art.
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Tj 16h
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Smash2102 Dec 7
Tiny Planet Timelapse
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Anand Krishna 1h
Astronomers using NASA’s HST have uncovered surprising new clues about a hefty, rapidly aging star whose behavior has never been seen before in our Milky Way galaxy. In fact, the star is so weird that astronomers have nicknamed it “Nasty 1".
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CBum94 37m
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Anand Krishna 3h
This rare galaxy cluster, which is located 10 billion light-years from Earth, is almost as massive as 500 trillion suns. This object has important implications for understanding how these megastructures formed and evolved early in the universe. 
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Anand Krishna 3h
M51 (No description needed 😉)
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Anand Krishna 3h
The cluster was formed by four galaxy clusters that have been involved in a collision. This is the first time that this phenomenon has been observed.
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Meteora Media 9h
Space shuttle Endeavour on the back of a 747. This isn’t a sight you see everyday, it’s quite marvellous to see two aerospace marvels attached to one another flying through the air.
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Maxime Duprez 13h
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Julia Kruse 14h
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Maxime Duprez 22h
: NGC1569, in a dwarf irregular . Beauty lies in irregularity…
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Anand Krishna Dec 8
This enhanced color view of Jupiter's south pole was created by citizen scientist Gabriel Fiset using data from the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft.
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Evan Kirstel Dec 8
🇧🇯I want to move to Asgardi, the newest independent nation
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