<b>Neil Armstrong's Footprint on the Moon, 1969</b>; Footprint left by astronaut on lunar soil during Apollo 11 lunar mission in which astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took walk on moon's surface.
<b>First Steps on the Moon, 1969</b>; American astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin walking on the moon on July 20, 1969 during the Apollo 11 mission.
<b>Earthrise, 1968</b>; Titled Earthrise, shot by astronaut William Anders during the Apollo 8 mission has been called "the most influential environmental photograph ever taken." The photograph was taken from lunar orbit on Dec. 24, 1968 with a Hasselblad camera.
<b>The First Photo of the Earth, 1966</b>; On Aug. 23, 1966, the world received its first view of Earth taken by the Lunar Orbiter I from the vicinity of the Moon.
These dark, narrow, 100 meter-long streaks (called recurring slope lineae) are flowing downhill on Mars, and are inferred to have been formed by contemporary flowing water. Recently, planetary scientists detected hydrated salts on these slopes at Hale crater, corroborating their original hypothesis that the streaks are indeed formed by liquid water. The blue color seen upslope of the dark streaks is from the presence of the mineral pyroxene
Scientists say they've found evidence of flowing water on Mars. Salty brines found in dark streaks that show up and disappear throughout the Martian year are evidence that briny water is flowing on the Red Planet, scientists say.
Deeper into the solar system, the Keck NIRC2 near-infrared camera captured this beautiful observation of the oddball Uranus on July 11-12, 2004. The planet's north pole is at 4 o'clock.
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Cosmic Hotshots from Keck Observatory: Photos : Discovery News
A Keck NIRC2 near-infrared camera captured this beautiful observation of the oddball Uranus
15 minutes after its closest approach to Pluto on July 14, 2015, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft looked back toward the sun and captured this near-sunset view of the rugged, icy mountains and flat ice plains extending to Pluto’s horizon.
nice New panoramic photos show off Pluto's grand icy mountains and atmosphere
Pluto Mystery Tour: A Weird 'Snakeskin' Landscape? : Discovery News
In this extended color image of Pluto taken by NASA%u2019s New Horizons spacecraft, rounded and bizarrely textured mountains, informally named the Tartarus Dorsa, rise up along Pluto%u2019s day-night terminator and show intricate but puzzling patterns of blue-gray ridges and reddish material in between.
In this extended color image of Pluto taken by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, rounded and bizarrely textured mountains, informally named the Tartarus Dorsa, rise up along Pluto’s day-night terminator and show intricate but puzzling patterns of blue-gray ridges and reddish material in between
Hubble Zooms-in on Veil Nebula's Shocked Tendrils : Discovery News//These beautiful, shimmering tendrils of plasma are all that remain of an ancient massive star that, approximately 8,000 years ago, died and exploded as a supernova. This zoomed-in section of the Veil Nebula has just been released by the Hubble Space Telescope, revealing the intricate beauty that’s left in the wake of one of the most violent events in the universe.
Hubble Zooms-in on Veil Nebula's Shocked Tendrils : Discovery News
Artist's concept of the MWC 656 system, which consists of a massive "Be"�star and a companion black hole. The star rotates at very high speed, ejecting an equatorial disc of matter�that is transferred to the black hole through an accretion�disc.
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Paradox Solved? How Information Can Escape from a Black Hole
MWC 656 System's Star and Black Hole March 4th, 2014 Inside black holes dwell quantum remains of the stars from which they were formed, say a group of scientists, who also predict that these stars can later emerge once the black hole evaporates.
Has Black Hole Paradox Finally Been Resolved? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/14/black-hole-information-paradox_n_4963507.html
The Black Eyed Galaxy
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The Black Eyed Galaxy (Also Known As The Sleeping Beauty Galaxy)
Questo ammasso stellare colorato è la nebulosa Trifida, chiamato anche "la fabbrica delle stelle". Si trova nella costellazione del Sagittario
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Stellar Nursery Image by Stephen Mounioloux, Your Shot This cluster of primary colors is the Trifid Nebula—nicknamed the "star factory"—which sits in the Sagittarius constellation. The "reflection nebula" at left scatters blue light from nearby stars. To the right, infant stars jammed in the center of Trifid heat surrounding gas, whose high hydrogen content explains the reddish glow. Finally, the star factory is cross-crossed by slender, light-obscuring "dark nebulae." Nat Geo
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Gli ultimi spasimi di una stella morente illuminano una nube di gas con un arcobaleno di colori. Questa fase violenta degli ultimi momenti della stella durerà circa 10.000 anni, dopodiché NGC 6565 si raffredderà trasformandosi in una nana bianca.
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Picture of a dying star
La nebulosa Laguna risplende d'arancione in questa immagine scattata dal telescopio Hubble. Forti venti provenienti dalle stelle incandescenti e nubi di gas riempiono il cuore di questo oggetto celeste situato a 4.500 anni luce dalla Terra
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Week's Best Space Pictures: Goodbye Pluto, Hello Volcanoes
The Lagoon Nebula throws off a warm orange glow in an image taken by the Hubble space telescope. Fierce winds from incandescent stars and roiling clouds of gas fill the heart of this celestial object located 4,500 light-years away. - PHOTOGRAPH BY NASA, ESA, DIGITIZED SKY SURVEY 2 (ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: DAVIDE DE MARTIN)
ESA Science & Technology: Wide-field view of the Lagoon Nebula (ground-based image)
Le fotocamere della sonda Cassini hanno catturato queste misteriose linee rosse sulla superficie di Teti, una delle lune del pianeta. Gli astronomi non sanno né cosa siano né perché siano rosse queste linee lunghe centinaia di chilometri
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Stunning Pictures of Mars’ Surface
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Stunning Pictures Of Mars` Surface. These may or may not have been "shopped"....either way, they're still amazing!
Mars. A picture that makes you feel like your flying across the red planet.
The world is a beautiful place.
Planet Jupiter Has A Younger Sibling- And We Have
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Planet Jupiter Has A Younger Sibling - And We Have a Photo of It! - http://clapway.com/2015/08/14/planet-jupiter-has-a-younger-sibling-and-we-have-a-photo-of-it123/
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