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Incredibly geometric fossilized tree! Lepidodendron PAMuseum.jpg #fossil #tree #plant #geometry

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Sunrise above Lake Norden, S.D., last month produced a gorgeous display of optical sky phenomena, including sun dogs, a sun pillar and a halo.

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curiosity's first images: the horizon, its wheel, and its shadow. woohoo! we're on mars!!

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cosmic similarities

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star trails and earth-light trails by NASA_JSC_Photo

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vacation travel photos - Bryce Canyon, Utah

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A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread

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transit of venus

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In Yosemite National Park there is a window in the month of February if the conditions are perfect, sunset light will only strike the waterfall

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photo by رياض الجرعي

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    londo

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    Hello, This is really something I love,

Loop by maldoit (underside of a Water Lilly)

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Starfish succulents

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M81 galaxy

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"The magnetic field of the Earth has reversed its polarity several hundred times during the past 160 million years... This image shows a simple deterministic model illustrating the geomagnetic reversals."

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actual clouds

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03/08/2012: One result of recent solar flares: One of the strongest solar storms for many years straight hits Earth's magnetic field. In the north of Scandinavia have been seen in its spectacular Northern Lights series - recording here the sky is near the Faskus fjord on the east coast of Iceland.

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A towering dust devil reaching half a mile in height and 100ft in diameter has been pictured swirling across the surface of Mars by Nasa. www.dailymail.co....

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