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Love this space photo of the earth and moon. ;)   ♡

Earth and Moon. From the eye of the camera in space we see the earth as a God Designed Space ship lighted by the Sun by Day and by the Reflected sun on the moons surface by night.

Full Earth From Space. The most beautiful planet in the universe!

Full Earth From Space

Call me crazy but. If technology gets to the point where Space Shuttle flights are as common as airplane flights, I will be the first to buy a ticket just to see the Earth from space and experience zero gravity. Oh trust me that I will XD

Infographic: Where else could some form of life exist within our solar system?

Besides this we're looking at it from the wrong angle here, this is what we would need to survive, not other beings perhaps. Still a good Infographic: Where else could some form of life exist within our solar system?

Here's how wet our Solar System is: 9 extraterrestrial oceans in one handy infographic - ScienceAlert

Earth isn’t the only ocean world in our solar system. Oceans could exist in diverse forms on moons and dwarf planets, offering clues in the quest to discover life beyond our home planet.

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Did you know? Yes we rotate around a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy ;

#Saturn and #Titan. All these things are happening right now on earth - people…

Stunning images taken on Nasa Cassini spacecraft's mission to Saturn

Colorful Colossi and Changing Hues A giant of a moon appears before a giant of a planet undergoing seasonal changes in this natural color view of Titan and Saturn from NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

The Cat's Eye Nebula (NGC 6543) in normal light. It is a planetary nebula just 3,000 light-years away in the northern constellation Draco. The term 'planetary nebula' is misleading - such objects are the result of sun-sized (i.e., our sun, Sol) stars shedding huge volumes of material late in their stellar lives, rather than become black holes.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope imagery: The Cat's Eye Nebula, one of the first planetary nebulae discovered, also has one of the most complex forms known to this kind of nebula. Eleven rings, or shells, of gas make up the Cat's Eye.