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Russian Meteor: Spectacular Dash Cam Video

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Puma Punku- Remains of a great wharf for lake Titicaca that once ago lapped upon the shores of Tiahuanaco. The architecture holds a mystery- believed to be carved by ancient aliens.

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The Hoba meteorite is the largest known meteorite on Earth, it’s also the single largest piece of naturally occurring iron weighing in at around 60 tons. In terms of actual size it measures 2.7 metres by 2.7 metres (8 feet 9 inches) by 0.9 metres (3 feet). It’s believed to have touched down some 80,000 years ago in modern day Namibia and was only discovered in 1920 after the owner of the land ran over it with his plow. Chemically the meteorite is composed of about 84% iron and and 16% nickel...

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A slice of the Fukang meteorite. When it slammed into the surface of Earth, there was little sign of the beauty that lay inside. But cutting the Fukang meteorite open yielded a breathtaking sight. Within the rock, translucent golden crystals of a mineral called olivine gleamed among a silvery honeycomb of nickel-iron.

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"If you wish to understand the Universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration." — Nikolai Tesla

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Felix Baumgartner. World record for skydiving an estimated 39 kilometres (24 mi), reaching an estimated speed of 1357.64 km/h (843.6 mph), or Mach 1.25, on 14 October 2012, and became the first person to break the sound barrier without vehicular power on his descent.

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Aurora over Greenland / Aurora Boreale sopra la Groenlandia. Incredibile !! #buondì #twitter

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Full Video - Felix Baumgartner - Jump - Full Video - Red Bull Stratos 14-10-2012

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Felix Baumgartner makes the highest skydive ever Oct. 14, 2012.

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Full Video - Felix Baumgartner - Jump - Full Video - Red Bull Stratos 14-10-2012

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Felix Baumgartner breaks the sound barrier during skydive from a record 24 miles up

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Felix Baumgartner makes the highest skydive ever Oct. 14, 2012.

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Felix Baumgartner jumping from a height of 128,000 feet. He broke the sound barrier coming down and went 1.24 Mach speed (833mph). He landed safely, opening his parachute at 5200 feet. History made today October 14, 2012. #stratos #felixbaumgartner #redbullstratos

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A Sonic Boom

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Stellar nursery near the Orion Nebula and the sword of the Orion constellation, as imaged by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope Infrared Array Camera.

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Planetary alignment of Venus, Mercury, and Saturn with the Giza Pyramids in Egypt. This phenomenon only happens once every 2,373-years and the next event is set for December 3, 2012, at one-hour before sunrise.

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New Mars picture. Wow.

Curiosity looks Sharp - Bad Astronomy

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Curiosity

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Pallasitic Peridot - Gems from Space

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Black Holes don't eat as much as they accrete!

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by Thomas Zimmer. Taken November 7th 2010. // Thomas Zimmer, 48, spotted the dune walkway aligned exactly with the stellar display on the island of Sylt in Germany. Thomas said: “I was stunned.” He set his camera timer and put himself in the shot.

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Beautiful view of the Perseids meteor shower

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During a fierce stellar flare the star HD 189733 blasted its nearby planet so hard the atmosphere of the world partially blew away into space!

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This is supposed to show us the scale of Phobos, but I'm pretty sure it's more likely an illustration of how we're all going to die :)

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