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Space shuttle Atlantis launches--the 42nd space shuttle flight on August 2, 1991. A remote camera at the 275 foot level of the fixed surface structure took this picture.

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14 Of The Year's Most Amazing Space Photos: Oleg Bryzgalov (Flickr)-Sharpless-136: ‘Ghost’ in Cepheus; over 2 ly across; core of dark cloud on the right is collapsing and is likely a binary star system in early formation; taken July 2011 in the Crimea during festival of amateur astronomy.

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A History Of NASA In Just 6 Images

The space program in 1973:

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Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2012. Overall and deep space winner: M51 – The Whirlpool Galaxy by Martin Pugh (UK/Australia).

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Simeis 147 Supernova Remnant by DeepSkyColors, via Flickr. One of the winners of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest, 2012.

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The Perseus Cluster - Abell 426- This cluster contains over 500 recorded galaxies! That means that every "smudge" of light in this photo contains millions, perhaps even billions, of stars! Photograph by Robert Franke.

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Breathtaking picture of the #MilkyWay shining over glowing towns in Turkey /// photographer: Tunc Tezel (finalist for Astromomy Photographer of the Year) competition link here - http://www.space.com/17309-amazing-astronomy-photos-royal-observatory-2012.html

1960s Archives - Retronaut 1960's advert ....women of the future will make the moon a cleaner place.... lol

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The Year’s Most Beautiful, Stunning, Breathtaking Images of the Universe

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RESERVED sale for brenda - two astronomy prints - 1848 cluster of stars & 1910 may month

1910 celestial star map.