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The Cassini spacecraft eyes a prominent crater on the moon Janus. The south pole lies on the terminator at the bottom left of the image. This view is centered on terrain at 16 degrees south latitude, 64 degrees west longitude. This view looks toward the leading hemisphere of Janus (179 kilometers, or 111 miles across). North on Janus is up and rotated 31 degrees to the right.

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from Riordan Wiki

Artemis' Chariot

The moon chariot is pulled by 4 silver reindeer with gold horns and was damaged in the olympian war and that is why there are craters on the moon

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from I Can Teach My Child!

Simple Science Experiment for Kids: Why are there craters on the moon

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The Old Norse/Viking Months 22 December-20 January - Mörsugur 21 January - 19 February - Þorri 20 February - 20 March - Góa http://www.stavacademy.co.uk/mimir/vikingmonths.htm

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from Business Insider

Epically awesome photos of Mars

One of the longest ancient valleys on Mars is the Samara Valles, which is 621…

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from NASA

Methane Snow on Pluto’s Peaks

Methane Snow on Pluto’s Peaks - The New Horizons team has discovered a chain of exotic snowcapped mountains stretching across the dark expanse on Pluto informally named Cthulhu Regio.

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