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Crowds of stargazers turned out to see Venus slide across the sun in an event that will not be repeated until 2117.

Crowds of stargazers turned out to see Venus slide across the sun in an event that will not be repeated until 2117.

Tongue-Eating Louse, off the coast of California via The World's Weirdest-Looking Creatures - PawNation

Tongue-Eating Louse, off the coast of California via The World's Weirdest-Looking Creatures - PawNation

tornado on the sun

A solar storm reaches Earth (images) - Page 2

Artist: Sue Austin, © www.wearefreewheeling.org.uk, Photographer: Norman Lomax

Artist: Sue Austin, © www.wearefreewheeling.org.uk, Photographer: Norman Lomax

NASA image captured January 2, 2012  To view a video of this event go here: www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6648724193  The Sun erupted with a good-sized solar flare and a coronal mass ejection (CME) on its far-side beyond the view of SDO, but the resulting strands of particle clouds as seen in extreme ultraviolet light still made for quite a show that lasted about three hours (Jan. 2, 2011). Note how a portion of the strands fall back to the Sun. It appears the force of the blast w...

NASA image captured January 2, 2012 To view a video of this event go here: www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6648724193 The Sun erupted with a good-sized solar flare and a coronal mass ejection (CME) on its far-side beyond the view of SDO, but the resulting strands of particle clouds as seen in extreme ultraviolet light still made for quite a show that lasted about three hours (Jan. 2, 2011). Note how a portion of the strands fall back to the Sun. It appears the force of the blast w...

That is just bizarre looking. I look at that, and I'm suddenly very, very comfortable just like I am. That cannot be healthy.

That is just bizarre looking. I look at that, and I'm suddenly very, very comfortable just like I am. That cannot be healthy.

Saturn's knife-edge rings and the tiny, icy moon Enceladus may catch your attention first, but it's the looming presence of dark Titan in the background that'll stick with you.  Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

Saturn's knife-edge rings and the tiny, icy moon Enceladus may catch your attention first, but it's the looming presence of dark Titan in the background that'll stick with you. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

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