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First image of another multi-planet solar system.

First Image of Another Multi-Planet Solar System

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How to identify that light in the sky

The hunter's moon—also known as sanguine moon—is the first full moon after the harvest moon, which is the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox. Here the Moonlight Illuminates Ice crystals in the upper atmosphere to give a rainbow halo effect around the Moon. Also known as a Lunar Corona. Canon 550D and Canon 100-400 L is lens.

Voyager 1 captured Jupiter's giant red spot

Mercury and Venus are best viewed in March

NASA Image of Earth from Beyond Saturn Taken by Cassini | July 19, 2013 - Imgur

Can You Count 400 Billion Stars In This Galaxy -Spanning Panorama ?

When Mount Etna erupted on April 11,2013, it created amazing smoke rings. Toroidal Vortices or Volcanic smoke rings are rare

Hubble's Ghost Spiral - In 2010, the Hubble Space Telescope imaged a ghostly pinwheel spiral surrounding a binary star system called LL Pegasi. This bizarre cosmic phenomenon is caused by one of the stars dying, venting huge amounts of gas and dust into space. As the stars orbit one another every 800 years, the material expands into space like water being sprayed from a spinning garden sprinkler.

Moon Dances with Three Planets on Sunday October 6 2013 , and Tuesday October 8 2013

Crescent Moon from iss nasa

Black holes rewrite galaxy theory

For every 8 Earth years, Venus has 13 years. This is the pattern made by Earth and Venus after 8 Earth years of their dance around the sun.

Abigail Harrison is determined to be the first astronaut on Mars. A sophomore in high school, she runs a project called Astronaut Abby. This month, she flew to Kazakhstan for the lift-off of the International Space Station new staffers. Luca Parmitano, one of the astronauts on this mission, will be keeping in contact with Abby, while she functions as the I.S.S. back to Earth. She met him in an airport, as she was heading home from watching the final launch of Endeavour. Check out Astronaut Abby

This Week in Science - July 29 - August 4, 2013 Organic circuits Human eye origins Full human ear  Growing teeth Hooped- stars Feathered-dino brains Crabster ocean explorer 33 new ant species  Stars with lead Internal clock resetting Kirobo launched to ISS Fossilized egg shells