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Yuri's Planet --- Image Credit: ISS Expedition 30, NASA

Pelican Nebula Close-up --- Image Credit & Copyright: Martin Pugh

IC 4628: The Prawn Nebula --- Sept. 7 --- Image Credit & Copyright: Marco Lorenzi (Glittering Lights)

Blue Marble Earth from Suomi NPP --- Image Credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring

apod.nasa.gov/... <== CLICK Flying Over the Earth at Night Video Credit: Gateway to Astronaut Photography, NASA ; Compilation: Bitmeizer (YouTube); Music: Freedom Fighters (Two Steps from Hell) Many wonders r visible when flying over the Earth & night. A compilation of such visual spectacles was captured recently fr the Int'l Space Station (ISS) & set to rousing music. Passing below r white clouds, orange city lights, lightning flashes in thndrstrms, & dark blue seas.

Every single satellite orbiting the Earth / via vuokko

the pale blue dot / earth as seen from Voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system

Lunar Nearside Credit: NASA / GSFC / Arizona State Univ. / Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter About 1,300 images from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft's wide angle camera were used to compose this spectacular view of a familiar face - the lunar nearside...

apod.nasa.gov/... Flying Over Planet Earth Image Credit: NASA; Acknowledgement: Infinity Imagined Click on the web site to view the video.

Explanation: These sharp views of tilted gas giant Uranus show dramatic details of the planet's atmosphere and ring system. The remarkable ground-based images were made using a near-infrared camera and the Keck Adaptive Optics system to reduce the blurring effects of Earth's atmosphere. Because of the severe tilt of its rotational axis, seasons on Uranus are extreme and last nearly 21 Earth years .

Death Star: Eta Carinae, one of the closest stars to Earth is huge and unstable and will likely explode in a supernova in the relatively 'near future' (On an astronomical timeline this could be a million years from now). via NASA