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Phobos Occults Mars - SpaceRef

Phobos Occults Mars - SpaceRef

A stellar discovery on our galaxies far side 5 stars promise new insight it's structure. A Hubble image can capture scores of distant galaxies, but the one galaxy we’ll never see is our own.No one knows the Milky Way’s exact size & shape. It took more than a century to establish that our galaxy a barred spiral with an elongated central region. for the 1st time, we have detected stars on the far side that can serve as yardsticks, which will divulge secrets about the Milky Way structure.

Mars Got Hit By a Meteorite, And Now There's a Picture / Follow up with NASA's high-resolution HiRISE camera captured this dramatic impact crater

Watch: An Amazing, Mesmerizing Full Rotation of Jupiter

'Hand of God' nebula: NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has imaged the structure in high-energy X-rays for the first time, shown in blue

Nasa's Cassini spacecraft captures Saturn's rings and Earth and its moon in the same frame Picture: AP Photo/NASA/JPL-Caltech

The Day the Earth Smiled (contrast enhanced) // On July 19, 2013, in an event celebrated the world over, NASA's Cassini spacecraft slipped into Saturn's shadow and turned to image the planet, seven of its moons, its inner rings -- and, in the background, our home planet, Earth.

Jewel of the Solar System / A swing high above Saturn by NASA's Cassini spacecraft revealed this stately view of the golden-hued planet and its main rings. The view is in natural color, as human eyes would have seen it.

This colorized mosaic from NASA's Cassini mission shows the most complete view yet of Titan's northern land of lakes and seas. Saturn's moon...


Spectacular Liftoff Thrusts China’s First Rover ‘Yutu’ to the Moon

Titan’s North Pole is Loaded With Lakes

Titan’s North Pole is Loaded With Lakes

Gas cloud forming outside the atmosphere after disintegration - Luca Parmitano

The 51st entry in Charles Messier's famous catalog: a large galaxy with a well defined spiral structure (NGC 5194). Over 60,000 light-years across, M51's spiral arms and dust lanes clearly sweep in front of its companion galaxy, NGC 5195 ... The pair are about 31 million light-years distant. | Photo: NASA, Hubble Heritage Team, (STScI/AURA), ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI). Additional Processing: Robert Gendler | License:

Photograph courtesy NASA/Lunar Orbiter 1 This photo reveals the first view of Earth from the moon, taken by Lunar Orbiter 1 on August 23, 1966. Shot from a distance of about 236,000 miles (380,000 kilometers), this image shows half of Earth, from Istanbul to Cape Town and areas east, shrouded in night.