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    NASA - Colorful Colossuses and Changing Hues

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    Ray lighting strikes the Empire State Building. NYC, 1944.

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    The moai on Easter Island, usually thought of as giant heads, have bodies too!

    This very cool image of the European space agency ATV (Automated Transfer Vehicle) was taken on March 28 by NASA astronaut Don Pettit.