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Somewhere out there..

Somewhere out there..

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A once in a lifetime show… 28th November 2013 YET ANOTHER THING TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN NOVEMBER

Yes, this photo is real. The barreleye actually does have a transparent head

This giant squid (1000 lb) was caught about 10 miles off the shores of Oahu, Hawaii in 1981. The pupil of its eye measured more than 3.5" across.

Milky Way over Easter Island

04-5-28-1430 by mikesflickrpage, via Flickr

sky in Sydney

nature / Northern Lights, Norway

This image of the two galaxies that form Arp 147 shows a vast cosmic ring of stars (blue) and black holes (pink) as seen by the Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope. Another galaxy is also visible (vertical at left), as well as a bright star and quasar (pink object at upper left).

Via WVEC and Norfolk Botanical Gardens. This is the resident female.

Space Station's Aurora Fly-Through Video

wow, this is nice!

Filmed for the first time, the icy “finger of death” is an unprecedented look at nature’s beauty -- seen at its devastating worst. Salty brine, heavier and much colder than the surrounding sea water freezes anything it touches as it seeps into cracks in the ice to the water below

One of Saturn's moons (Dione)

Aurora from space station.

The nile as seen from the ISS

Aurora Australis as seen from the ISS


Picture 1 of 10: The Sombrero Galaxy - 28 million light years from Earth - was voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called M104, are as spectacular as its appearance. It has 800 billion suns and is 50,000 light years across

Horsehead Nebula