Voyager 1's portrait of Earth. (Image credit: NASA/JPL) On February 14, 1990, Voyager was turned to take images of the Solar System. The Earth was there, the "pale blue dot" Carl Sagan christened it. Mona Evans, "Voyager 1 - Gas Giants and a Last Look Homeward"

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Earth Waves at Cassini on July 19, 2013. From more than 40 countries and 30 U.S. states, people around the world shared more than 1,400 images of themselves as part of the Wave at Saturn event organized by NASA's Cassini mission. The Cassini team created this image collage as a tribute to the people of Earth. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/People of Earth)

Earth, Moon & Outer Space Correction: Earth, Moon & HEAVEN!

Glows of the solar corona and crepuscular rays reported by the Apollo 17 astronauts in lunar orbit. (Credit: NASA).

Earth. The most amazing photo of Earth ever taken is from Russia's latest weather satellite, the Electro-L at approximately 36,000 kilometers above the equator. Unbelievably astounding.

Baby stars are forming near the eastern rim of the cosmic cloud Perseus in this infrared image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The baby stars are approximately three million years old and are shown as reddish-pink dots to the right of the image.

There have been many different eras or epochs of the world which is now known as Earth. Much of what is believed today by science is believed in part because they see the physical world as being in a constant or peaceful way. Read more.....

On July 19, NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured a rare image of Saturn's rings and our planet Earth and its moon.

A nebula known as "Spider" green fluorescent lights in an infrared Spitzer Space Telescope image of NASA and the Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS). The spider, the official name of IC 417, is close to a much smaller object called NGC 1931, not shown in the picture. Together, the two are called "The Spider and the Fly". The spider, located about 10,000 light years from Earth in the constellation Auriga, is clearly a site of star formation.

Lava flows on Mt. Etna 2013-02-19. (Credit: NASA, Earth Observing-1 satellite) The false-color image combines different wavelengths to differentiate different features. Bright red is the fresh lava, the blue-green is snow, clouds are white, vegetation is green, dark gray areas are old lava flows. ©Mona Evans, “Volcanoes – Fire and Ice”

“Quite possibly, the purpose of the universe is to provide a congenial home for self-conscious creatures who can ask profound questions and who can probe the nature of the universe itself.” ― Owen Gingerich

Earthrise . Taken from Apollo 8 on the first manned voyage around the Moon, Christmas Eve 1968. It has been called "the most influential environmental photograph ever taken." (Credit: William Anders, NASA image AS8-14-2383) Mona Evans, "Christmas in the Skies"

Earth From The Moon - A different way of observing...

Earth from orbit. The first image taken by the MSG-3 satellite, the Meteosat Second Generation-3 satellite. It's a geostationary weather satellite which was launched by ESA in July 2012. It images in both the visible and infrared ranges.

Ideas for planning your Earth Day and Recycle Week Lesson. Arts & Crafts, Activities, Freebies are more! for Childcare Providers, and Early Childhood Home Educators of Preschoolers and Toddlers -featured on Daycare Spaces and Ideas.

Earth and sunset, as seen from the International Space Station. Credit: NASA.

Earth And Moon

Australian astronomers find the oldest Star: 13.6 billion years old, making it the most ancient star seen. It lies in our own galaxy, the Milky Way, at a distance of around 6,000 light years from Earth. story dated: 10 Feb 2014

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The first photo of both the Earth and Moon in a single frame - taken September 18, 1977 by Voyager 1