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Auroras Taken by Anne Birgitte Fyhn on September 26, 2014 @ Kvaløya Island, Tromsø, Norway

A glimpse of the solar eclipse from coastal Washington between rainstorms

Spacedotcom: October 23, 2014 partial solar eclipse.

Partial Solar Eclipse from Summit County, Colorado

The whirling disc of NGC 4526 | ESA/Hubble

Looking up hypergiants for fun, like ya do. UY Scuti zoomed in, Rutherford Observatory, 07 September 2014

Aftab khAn - Google+ Stunning 360° Aurora Borealis

Clouds of Perseus ~ contains over 10,000 solar masses of gas and dust, but the eye is drawn to red NGC 1499. Known as the California Nebula, its characteristic glow of atomic hydrogen gas is fueled by ultraviolet light from luminous blue star Xi Persei. Farther along, intriguing young star cluster IC 348 and neighboring Flying Ghost Nebula. On the outskirts of a giant molecular cloud, another active star forming region, NGC 1333, lies near the edge of the wide field of view.

The homebuilders in Brownsville are pretty excited today, however. SpaceX has chosen their city and there is a population boom headed their way. The spaceport will include a rocket-launch site, a launch command center and a ground-tracking station. They plan to launch about twelve, million-ton rockets each year. The ultimate goal is to be a spaceport for private manned flights into space one day. (Photo Credit: SpaceX)

There is a place in Ireland where every two years on June 10-18 the stars line up with this bridge. It’s called heavens trail. - Double click on the photo to get or sell a travel itinerary to #Ireland