Unique: Taken by Russian satellite Elektro-L, this image of the Red Sea region clearly show various land colours according to terrain and finely detail the height contours of mountains
THRUST A FRIEND A photograph by NASA astronaut Don Pettitt offers a previously unseen view of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft as it approached the International Space Station last week. (Photo: NASA via The Telegraph)
A long filament erupted on the sun on Aug. 31, 2012. The filament of solar material had been hovering in the sun's atmosphere, or corona, and erupted into space, creating a coronal mass ejection, or CME. The flare traveled at an astonishing 900 miles per second, and connected with Earth's magnetic environment, causing aurora to appear on the night of Sept. 3. solar system, corona, mondays, aurora, travel, earth, space, sun flare, september
A long filament erupted on the sun on Aug. 31, 2012. The filament of solar material had been hovering in the sun's atmosphere, or corona, and erupted into space, creating a coronal mass ejection, or CME. The flare traveled at an astonishing 900 miles per second, and connected with Earth's magnetic environment, causing aurora to appear on the night of Sept. 3.
View from the ISS at Night by Knate Myers. Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station. All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS.
Wow I went to the caregory of Science and Nature here on pinterest and I am just amazed and in awe of the beauty and wonder of God's creation. I would like to repin everything but it would take too long so I suggest anyone who is in love with God and the wonders of His creation go to this category on pinterest. Oh the wonders that await us in Heaven!! nebula, heaven, color, outer space, star, cosmos, gods creation, deep space, galaxi
images from deep space
Saturn’s rings photographed by Voyager 2 (false color) via NASA
Forgiveness is an amazing choice we can make to create openness and spaciousness in our lives. And forgiveness can be very challenging, especially when we believe we are in the right and that someone else has wronged us. Paradoxically, that is the very best time to forgive. J.K. Rowling, of Harry Potter fame, shares the wisdom of the headmaster of Hogwarts School: “Dumbledore says people find it far easier to forgive others for being wrong than being right.” Let's create space by forgiving. planet, sunset, art, sunris, outer space, star, desktop backgrounds, science humor, galaxi
Andromeda in a new light Two European space observatories teamed up to produce this image of the Andromeda Galaxy, which was released on Jan. 7. The Herschel space telescope focused on rings of star formation in infrared light, shown here in shades of red and orange. The XMM-Newton probe registered the X-ray emissions from exploding stars, shown here in blue. weight loss secrets, black holes, shades of red, outer space, light, galaxies and stars, blues, herschel space, andromeda galaxi
2011 January 20: Andromeda M31.
Two things seem to be in transition on this front. Firstly, due to a rise in cosmic energy finding it’s way to our planet at this time, the opportunity for gaining higher awareness is greater than in the recent past. Secondly, the proliferation of global information and news (of very varied quality) is now everywhere at all times. Put these together and we have a receipt for change. --Waking Times outerspace, nebula, color, outer space, star, cosmos, beauti, spiral, galaxi