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Sunset on HD209458b (reconstructed from the HST/STIS transmission spectrum)

Sunset on HD209458b (reconstructed from the HST/STIS transmission spectrum)

Earthlapse 'Satyameva Jayte' by The Film Artist. I believe in ‘just trying your best’ no matter if you win or lose, succeed or fail the truth will always prevail and so Satyameva Jayte is an ancient Sanskrit term meaning just that. If we do good things then good things will happen to us and vice versa. So if we look after our world then it will be a better place for all of us, if we neglect or damage it then the outcome and truth will not be very good especially for our future generations...

Earthlapse 'Satyameva Jayte' by The Film Artist. I believe in ‘just trying your best’ no matter if you win or lose, succeed or fail the truth will always prevail and so Satyameva Jayte is an ancient Sanskrit term meaning just that. If we do good things then good things will happen to us and vice versa. So if we look after our world then it will be a better place for all of us, if we neglect or damage it then the outcome and truth will not be very good especially for our future generations...

full moon appears squashed due to distortions by Earth's atmosphere in this photo by an astronaut on the International Space Station

full moon appears squashed due to distortions by Earth's atmosphere in this photo by an astronaut on the International Space Station

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Titan, Enceladus, and Rings / Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus hangs below the gas giant’s rings while Titan lurks in the background, in this new image taken by the Cassini spacecraft.

Titan, Enceladus, and Rings / Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus hangs below the gas giant’s rings while Titan lurks in the background, in this new image taken by the Cassini spacecraft.

Betelgeuse, one of the brightest stars in the sky, could burst into its supernova phase and become as bright as a full moon -- and last for as long as a year. The massive star is visible in the winter sky over most of the world as a bright, reddish star, could explode as a supernova anytime within the next 100,000 years. Image Credits: APOD/Xavier Haubois (Observatoire de Paris) et al.

Betelgeuse, one of the brightest stars in the sky, could burst into its supernova phase and become as bright as a full moon -- and last for as long as a year. The massive star is visible in the winter sky over most of the world as a bright, reddish star, could explode as a supernova anytime within the next 100,000 years. Image Credits: APOD/Xavier Haubois (Observatoire de Paris) et al.

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