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If other planets were in the place of the moon.

If planets were in the place of the moon…

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Free Fall...Felix-Baumgartner  ....And he's FINE too!

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Freefall

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Free Fall...Felix-Baumgartner ....And he's FINE too!

A huge X1.2-class solar flare erupted from the sun late Tuesday (May 14, 2013), the fourth major flare in two days from a busy sunspot on the surface of the sun. NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory captured this view of the event.

A huge X1.2-class solar flare erupted from the sun late Tuesday (May 14, 2013), the fourth major flare in two days from a busy sunspot on the surface of the sun. NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory captured this view of the event.

virgo constellation - ASTRAEA The maiden   goddess of justice, who departed from the earth at the start of the Brazen Age   of Man. She was given a place among the stars as the winged constellation Virgo,   with her scales set nearby in the form of Libra.

virgo constellation - ASTRAEA The maiden goddess of justice, who departed from the earth at the start of the Brazen Age of Man. She was given a place among the stars as the winged constellation Virgo, with her scales set nearby in the form of Libra.

Julian Beever- one of the most talented artists of modern day. He creates enormous chalk street drawings.

Julian Beever- one of the most talented artists of modern day. He creates enormous chalk street drawings.

The sun erupted with an X1.7-class solar flare on May 12, 2013. This is a blend of two images of the flare from NASAs Solar Dynamics Observatory: One image shows light in the 171-angstrom wavelength, the other in 131 angstroms.  Credit: NASA/SDO/AIA

Three X-class Flares in 24 Hours

The sun erupted with an X1.7-class solar flare on May 12, 2013. This is a blend of two images of the flare from NASAs Solar Dynamics Observatory: One image shows light in the 171-angstrom wavelength, the other in 131 angstroms. Credit: NASA/SDO/AIA

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