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Eclipse solar desde el espacio

The Solar Eclipse from Space. This is by far the most amazing image you’ll see all week. While we did see some great images of Sunday’s ring of fire eclipse from Earth, nothing can match this amazing shot taken from space.


The Seven Sisters, also known as the Pleiades star cluster, pooling over Reunion & Mauritius Islands in a moonlit Indian Ocean captured by NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg from the International Space Station GMT 25 August Fragile Oasis

I can't even imagine technology five years from now.

I Waste So Much Time

Space solar system meme - Funny and True! We got to the moon with a computer less powerful than your cell phone!

Astrophotographer Mike Killian took this stunning photo from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Aug. 24, 2012.

Funny pictures about Nighttime Space Shuttle Launch. Oh, and cool pics about Nighttime Space Shuttle Launch. Also, Nighttime Space Shuttle Launch photos.

A view to die for...

♥ the sky is far from the limit When there are footprints on moon وقتی جا پای انسان بر ماه نقش بسته است، دیگر از محدودیت سخن مگویید

Outer space

headlesssamurai: ““So dreamt thy sons on worlds destroyed Whose dust allures our careless eyes, As, lit at last on alien skies, The meteor melts athwart the void. So shall thy seed on worlds to be, At.

"This crescent and those clouds along with the dark sky reminds me of my sisters. The moon, for she is coming up for herself. Brave. And the clouds are honoured for my snow-sister. She has always been gentle, but rough when she has to. And I, the night, is the follower. I support them both." ~ Nightsky

I Love how the moon can take on so many beautiful phases. Only God can show beauty such as this.

If this doesn't blow your mind, nothing will, and this is just ONE of trillions upon trillions of galaxies!!!

If This Doesn’t Blow Your Mind, Nothing Will

Other than a handful of deep sky objects (galaxies, nebulas, star clusters) that can be seen w/ the naked eye, this statement is basically correct. The stars we can see do generally fit inside that circle.