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    Milkyway over Tahoe Panorama © 2008 Dan Newton


    Space Shuttle Breaching the Clouds.

    Oldest known photograph of a tornado. August 28, 1884. 22 miles southwest of Howard, South Dakota. National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

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    Beautiful pic! Clark Little's photography is amazing!!!

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    Color photographs from Shackleton's 1915 disastrous antarctic expedition

    In 1960, Joe Kittinger flew 30km straight up into the sky using a pressurized, high-altitude balloon. This very nearly made him the first man in space. He then jumped. Kittinger free-fell for over twenty kilometers – at which point he was moving so fast he broke the sound barrier. He had all but left the earth's atmosphere; the sky around him was pitch black; he could see the outlines of entire continents; and the haiku-like abstraction of his available reference points – earth, balloon, space – made it impossible to tell if he was really falling. Luckily, there's a film :;=%22First+man+In+Space+-+Skydiving+from+the+edge+of+the+world%22+playable%3Atrue#

    The only image ever taken of a transit of a space shuttle (Atlantis) and the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in front of the Sun, during the last repair mission of Hubble, obtained from Florida at 100 km south of the Kennedy Space Center on May 13th 2009 12:17 local time, several minutes before grapple of Hubble by Atlantis.

    Toni Frissell, sitting, holding camera on her lap, with several children standing around her, somewhere in Europe, 1945

    The luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia is shown run aground off the coast of Giglio in this Jan. 17, 2012 DigitalGlobe handout satellite photo.

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