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A transit of Venus will take place on June 5, 2012 - last one until 2117

A transit of Venus will take place on June 5, 2012 - last one until 2117

“To See Earth As It Truly Is”  The thin blue line of Earth’s atmosphere photographed from the International Space Station14:05 GMT August 19, 2012.

“To See Earth As It Truly Is” The thin blue line of Earth’s atmosphere photographed from the International Space Station14:05 GMT August 19, 2012.

2012年5月21日金環日食~「ひので」衛星から見た日食を即時公開~日食開始2分後

2012年5月21日金環日食~「ひので」衛星から見た日食を即時公開~日食開始2分後

Venus in front of Sun - From DW

Venus in front of Sun - From DW

Chandra - Crab Pulsar. A composite image of the Crab Nebula showing the X-ray (blue), and optical (red) images superimposed. The size of the X-ray image is smaller because the higher energy X-ray emitting electrons radiate away their energy more quickly than the lower energy optically emitting electrons as they move.

Chandra - Crab Pulsar. A composite image of the Crab Nebula showing the X-ray (blue), and optical (red) images superimposed. The size of the X-ray image is smaller because the higher energy X-ray emitting electrons radiate away their energy more quickly than the lower energy optically emitting electrons as they move.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured images of Jupiter's auroras on the poles of the gas giant. The observations were supported by measurements taken by Juno.

NASA's Juno probe sends first Jupiter photo

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured images of Jupiter's auroras on the poles of the gas giant. The observations were supported by measurements taken by Juno.

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