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• THE MOON • HIGH RESOLUTION TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP • Astronomers at Arizona State University have used NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to build this jaw-dropping map • It’s the highest-resolution, near-global topographic image of our lunar neighbour yet • The map reveals the Moon’s surface shape : the colours represent the elevations of the craters, miniature mountains and ridges • White parts are highest, down through red, orange, green, blue and violet, which represents the deepest pits •

• THE MOON • HIGH RESOLUTION TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP • Astronomers at Arizona State University have used NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to build this jaw-dropping map • It’s the highest-resolution, near-global topographic image of our lunar neighbour yet • The map reveals the Moon’s surface shape : the colours represent the elevations of the craters, miniature mountains and ridges • White parts are highest, down through red, orange, green, blue and violet, which represents the deepest pits •

Newest, clearest photo of mercury from NASA

Space Photo of the Day 2013

The Far Side of the Moon  Credit: Apollo 16 Crew, NASA

The Far Side of the Moon Credit: Apollo 16 Crew, NASA

Make a disc shaped model of the Milky Way Galaxy, solar system activity, constellation activity. Apologia Exploring Creation with Astronomy, #homeschool science lesson and idea  http://shop.apologia.com/61-astronomy

Make a disc shaped model of the Milky Way Galaxy, solar system activity, constellation activity. Apologia Exploring Creation with Astronomy, #homeschool science lesson and idea http://shop.apologia.com/61-astronomy

The evolution of the Moon

Vídeo da Nasa mostra 4,5 bilhões de anos de evolução da lua em três minutos

http://twentytwowords.com/2012/07/19/minimalistic-infographic-showing-the-planets-to-scale/

Minimalistic infographic showing the planets to scale

http://twentytwowords.com/2012/07/19/minimalistic-infographic-showing-the-planets-to-scale/

On September 23, 1846 Neptune was discovered for the first time by German Astronomer, Johann Gottfried Golle.

On September 23, 1846 Neptune was discovered for the first time by German Astronomer, Johann Gottfried Golle.

NASA image of April 11 mid-level solar flare | Science Wire | EarthSky

NASA image of April 11 mid-level solar flare | Science Wire | EarthSky

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