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One-third of #americans believe in #UFO's. Do you believe? Re-pin and ask your followers.

NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio tweeted this photo from his vantage point aboard the International Space Station on Feb. 2, 2014. He wrote: “Only night passes over the USA lately. Here is good city light shot. What city is it?” Although it seemed like he wanted to challenge his Twitter followers to guess the answer, he actually asked for his own information.

Hubble Telescope's Hidden Photo Treasures: Third Prize: Judy Schmidt, Star XZ Tauri

American businessman Dennis Tito, the world’s first orbital space tourist, is seen training for his historic 2001 flight to the International Space Station. Tito launched in April 2001 aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft thanks to a 20 million dollar deal brokered by the Virginia-based firm Space Adventures.

With colors reminiscent of Faberge, the Cartwheel galaxy stands out against a backdrop of other brightly-colored galactic bodies. This galaxy's Easter egg appearance's due to false colors representing various wavelengths of light — ultraviolet(blue), B-band visible light(green), infrared(red), and x-ray(purple). This galaxy's 'rings' are aftermath of the Cartwheel's collision w/ another galaxy 100 million years ago. The neon blob & green spiral (background) are two other galaxies.

The Scale of Objects in the Universe

Eyes and Nebulas

Eyes and Nebulas
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Community Post: The Universe In Us

Eyes and Nebulas


A lesson in perspective…

A lesson in perspective

The caterpillar-shaped knot, called IRAS 20324+4057, is a protostar in a very early evolutionary stage. It is still in the process of collecting material from an envelope of gas surrounding it. The object lies 4,500 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus. - - via Aftab khAn's photo on Google+

Cool article about the search for Alien Life!

"Startrails above an Alien Lake" by Grant Kaye ( Stars trails move around the north celestial pole, photographed from the shore of Mono Lake in California. Credit: Grant Kaye. Courtesy of TWAN.

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Orion's Dreamy Stars

Orion's Dreamy Stars - NASA Spitzer Space Telescope.

Planet X?! -New evidence of an unseen planet at Solar System's Edge!

Humans would be able to take flight off the surface of Saturn's moon Titan simply by running in a wingsuit — but only if they were as fast as sprinter Usain Bolt, a group of physics students say.

An exploding star has suddenly appeared in the night sky, dazzling astronomers who haven't seen a new supernova so close to our solar system in more than 20 years.

Pin now- read later! #european telescope pierces into heart of massive galaxy- beautiful!