Last night, a Meteorite was seen on San Carlos, Costa Rica
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Everything we know about black holes so far | 2019
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Unconfirmed Dragon X capsule explosion
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Voyager Images from the Odysseys (NASA Space Photos)
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Jim Bridenstine Testifies on FY 2020 Budget Request - Some Interesting things were dropped here.
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First Likely Marsquake Heard by NASA's InSight
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How far away is it - 10 - The Milky Way (4K)
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Roscosmos has published a video clip with music based on pulsar signals.
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Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot
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Can someone help me find out who this is? I believe it is one of the cosmonauts before the Soyuz 11 launch. It would help a lot :)
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I found this amazing zoom out of the Universe. I really dont understand how people can think we are entirely alone out here. This gives you a crazy sense of perspective.
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I detect the exoplanet HD 189733 b with a 48mm tele-photo lens
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Toxic Propellant Hazards In Rocketry 1966 NASA
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How the Event Horizon Telescope imaged a black hole
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I photographed a jet from the supermassive black hole in M87!
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Just photo of my camera that takes a picture of the moon
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I can't believe I've never realized this
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Zooming in on the Southern Crab Nebula.
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This is what we'd *actually* see if we could better resolve Andromeda with the naked eye. (The one that's usually posted is 50% too large, and made from an Ultraviolet exposure.)
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I shot this timelapse from uninhabited (and DARK!) Santa Cruz Island - the bubble of light pollution over the horizon is Los Angeles. When you try to look at the night sky from a city, you're trying to look through that.
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A photo of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
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My latest Lego rocket: Soyuz! (Saturn V scale)
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A scale comparison of the United States vs. the diameter of the Moon
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The multi spectral overlay of Titan, Saturn's moon
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Zooming into Andromeda: The Andromeda galaxy contains about one trillion stars and is approximately 220,000 light years in diameter. This image was put together using the sharpest photograph of Andromeda ever taken! (Credit: NASA/ESA)
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Tree Skeletons of the Namib Desert in Namibia
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Space Corner!
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We are only three months away from the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11
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What got us there
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Arabsat-6A (Falcon Heavy) launch captured on Cinestill 35mm film from just outside the launchpad.
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