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The crew of Gemini VI observe the Moon above Earths limb. (NASA/JSC/ASU) # pics-i-love-geekery

The crew of Gemini VI observe the Moon above Earths limb. (NASA/JSC/ASU) # pics-i-love-geekery

I love the stars, they help me think of a brighter future plus they are so beautiful!

I love the stars, they help me think of a brighter future plus they are so beautiful!

Clouds over Malagasy Republic (Madagascar), seen from the orbiting Gemini III capsule on March 23, 1965. (NASA/JSC/ASU) #

Clouds over Malagasy Republic (Madagascar), seen from the orbiting Gemini III capsule on March 23, 1965. (NASA/JSC/ASU) #

50,000 galaxies in one photo. Larger resolution available on the original site. Alone in this universe, LOL.

50,000 galaxies in one photo. Larger resolution available on the original site. Alone in this universe, LOL.

NGC 2207 and IC 2163, Colliding Galaxies in Canis Major  Mosaic Data from the Hubble Legacy Archive  Mosaic assembly and Processing by Robert Gendler

NGC 2207 and IC 2163, Colliding Galaxies in Canis Major Mosaic Data from the Hubble Legacy Archive Mosaic assembly and Processing by Robert Gendler

"That's us...on a mote of dust suspended on a sunbeam"   I love Carl Sagan.

"That's us...on a mote of dust suspended on a sunbeam" I love Carl Sagan.

Dark & Sharply Defined Ring Shadows (Tourniquet Shadows) On Saturn - Cassini

Dark & Sharply Defined Ring Shadows (Tourniquet Shadows) On Saturn - Cassini

Comet McNaught   Date: 1 Jan 2007    This image of Comet McNaught was captured by the European Southern Observatory in Chile as both the comet and the sun were setting over the Pacific Ocean. The ocean surface appears nearly flat at this distance.      Last Update: 4 Apr 2011 (AMB)    Credit: European Southern Observatory

Comet McNaught Date: 1 Jan 2007 This image of Comet McNaught was captured by the European Southern Observatory in Chile as both the comet and the sun were setting over the Pacific Ocean. The ocean surface appears nearly flat at this distance. Last Update: 4 Apr 2011 (AMB) Credit: European Southern Observatory

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