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Pluto has sent a love note back to Earth via our New Horizons spacecraft, which has traveled more than 9 years and 3+ billion miles. This is the last and most detailed image of Pluto sent to Earth before the moment of closest approach, which was at 7:49 a.m. EDT today. 7/14/15

Pluto July 14

That is not our Moon. It's Dione, and it’s a moon of Saturn. The robotic Cassini spacecraft took the featured image during a flyby of Saturn's cratered Moon last month. Perhaps what makes this image so interesting, though, is the background. First, the large orb looming behind Dione is Saturn itself, faintly lit by sunlight first reflected from the rings. Next, the thin lines running diagonally across the image are the rings of Saturn themselves.

I am sure there must be a good story behind this picture. I just don't know what it is!

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A rare gag photo taken in November 1965, the Gemini 8 prime crew — David Scott and Neil Armstrong (front row) — is seen with their backups, Richard Gordon and Charles Conrad (who would fly together on Gemini 11 and Apollo 12).

Oct. 8th 2014, the blood moon glows above California

total eclipse and TOKYO Sky Tree. 2014.10.08. Tokyo, Japan

2014.10.08. total eclipse. Tokyo, Japan

What is Nothing?

CNN.com. Since the beginning of time, man has looked up into the cosmos at those shiny, twinkling stars and thought, "I wonder if lizards would do each other up there?"

L'espace by Alain Grée

If Pigs Could Fly – A Quick Guide to Solar Halos and Other Curiosities

Amazing pictures of Phobos - one of the coolest moons in our solar system and one of two belonging to Mars.

Beautiful picture of Phobos as seen from Mars on the night sky, by Curiosity.

Mars

What Happens When The Poles Flip?

COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY Live Event Tue Mar 4, 2014

Astronaut Karen Nyberg tweeted this photo of the Big Dipper constellation, taken from the International Space Station. Tweet released July 20, 2013.

Orion

Aurora Australis seen from space.