This sundial in France spells out the words SOLSTICE or EQUINOXE, marking these solar calendar events.

This sundial in France spells out the words SOLSTICE or EQUINOXE, marking these solar calendar events.

Avenge Hyrule… Captain America of the Avengers as Link from Legend of Zelda. Crossovers FTW. Via 9gag. XD #geek #humor

Avenge Hyrule

Avenge Hyrule… Captain America of the Avengers as Link from Legend of Zelda. Crossovers FTW. Via 9gag. XD #geek #humor

If you still believe that a hand-written letter carries more emotional weight than an auto-generated response to a text message, these star-filled envelopes will even let you send an entire galaxy to your friends and loved ones—if they peer inside.

Mail Your Friends the Universe With an Envelope Full of Constellations

If you still believe that a hand-written letter carries more emotional weight than an auto-generated response to a text message, these star-filled envelopes will even let you send an entire galaxy to your friends and loved ones—if they peer inside.

Lightning Captured at 7,207 Images per Second Video by Tom A. Warner.

Lightning Captured at 7,207 Images per Second Video by Tom A. Warner.

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Earlier this week, NASA told us all about image spectrometry and perchlorates, but artist Liz Climo knows the real (and much simpler, and cuter) way that the Curiosity rover found water on Mars. We…

A Stunning Rosetta Selfie, Taken 250 Million Miles Away From Earth

A Stunning Rosetta Selfie, Taken 250 Million Miles Away From Earth

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If you live in the NYC metro area: Enterprise is to make its final trip through the skies on Friday morning,  April 27th.

Space Shuttle Transition and Retirement

If you live in the NYC metro area: Enterprise is to make its final trip through the skies on Friday morning, April 27th.

As people all over the world looked up to see the Moon eclipse the Sun on May 20, 2012, NASA astronaut Don Pettit looked down from the International Space Station and saw the shadow it cast on Earth. Keep your eye on the solar array - which captures the sun's energy to power the International Space Station - to see the shadow darkening the Earth.

As people all over the world looked up to see the Moon eclipse the Sun on May 20, 2012, NASA astronaut Don Pettit looked down from the International Space Station and saw the shadow it cast on Earth. Keep your eye on the solar array - which captures the sun's energy to power the International Space Station - to see the shadow darkening the Earth.

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