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Rosetta’s Comet Looks Like A Kidney Flying Through Space.

Rosetta’s comet ‘sweats’ two glasses of water a second.

Look to the Stars by Christopher Georgia on 500px

The Sikhote-Alin meteorite fall, during the winter of 1947, was the largest recorded meteorite impact on earth in modern times. The daytime fireball and subsequent crater-forming event were witnessed by rural farmers in a remote part of eastern Siberia, near the Sikhote-Alin mountains — the range which gives this highly collectible meteorite its name.

Mobius Arch Royce's NightScapes A light painted Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills, with the Milky Way over the Eastern Sierras.

Milky Way - Monument Valley Royce's NightScapes Milky Way over Three Sisters, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.

The Eyes of Turret Arch Royce's NightScapes Milky Way and "The Spectacles" (North and South Window Arch) as seen through the light-painted Turret Arch, in Arches National Park.

A Slice of Time (and Space) South Tufa and Milky Way, Yosemite National Park California by Thomas Piekunka on 500px

Ring of Fire - Horseshoe Bend Williams Arizona USA. Photo By Clinton Melander

Milky Way, We are nothing more than dust in the cosmos, And I don't care what you think about it!

Big news! Confirmed: Voyager 1 in Interstellar Space.

Ring of Fire - Horseshoe Bend Williams Arizona USA. Photo By Clinton Melander

NASA (‏@NASA) - @CassiniSaturn captured 3 sights at once: Saturn's vortex & hexagon along w/ its rings

  • Susie Q Honeybunny

    I love Cassini so much I wish I could have another kid just to give them rhe name Cassini!

A beautiful photo of the Moon and Mars, close together on July 5. More details:

It's OK not to have all the answers | Neil DeGrasse Tyson