A passage in the lung - a bronchiole

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rice fields of #china

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#Nature #Photography by Andre Ermolaev

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Commander Chris Hadfields Space Blog

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Awesome space blog by Commander Chris Hadfield on the space station

Space Blogger: Chris Hadfield's Photos from the ISS

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Neuron | Cajal Blue Brain Project

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Aerial View of the Icelandic Rivers - At a first glance these photos almost look like satellite imagery of a distant planet. These photos were actually taken from a light aircraft traveling at 800m (2625 ft) above the ground by Andrei Yermolayev

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tide

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waves and waves

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Most common names in Europe

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Moon Maps! They are so intricate and beautiful that you forget they are in fact measuring soil composition and craters and geological features.

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Underwater landscape

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Photo Ivo Stoyanov , Capture #770

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Desert Rivers - Mexico (water in the desert forms tree-like designs)

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Wind Map

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Inside a glacier

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antarctica

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Vesuvius Lava map (John Auldjo, 1832)

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Soil regions of central India.

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The Wave, Coyote Buttes North, Arizona

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Dunes - Thierry Hennet 2011

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this map is pretty

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Antarctica

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Camillo Golgi, Olfactory Bulb, 1875. “This 1875 drawing of a dog’s olfactory bulb by Camillo Golgi is but one of the many astonishing architectures that were revealed by a staining method that bears his name. Its application to the study of nervous tissue marks the beginning of modern neuroscience.” — Carl Schoonover, Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century

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Stick charts of sea flow patterns in the Marshall Islands, memorized by seafarers before leaving land.

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