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THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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NASA has an extensive image gallery. There's a popular section called 'Picture Of The Day' and everyday they post a new image - the image is not necessarily taken on that very day and t...
THREAD AstronomyThe Moons of Saturn
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Saturn has over 62 known moons. Saturn's moons range in size from very small moons, referred to as 'moonlets' which are less than a kilometer in diameter, to it's largest moon Tita...
THREAD Joke of the Day....version 2
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When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly discovered that ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity. To combat the problem, NASA scientists spent a decade and $12 billion to deve...
THREAD AstronomyPictures of Mars
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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope took this close-up of the red planet Mars when it was just 55,760,220 km (34,648,840 miles) away. The picture was taken only 11 hours before Mars made its closest ap...
THREAD Landscapes...
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[img=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.g ov/apod/image/9705/halebopp9_a ac_big.jpg width=450 height=414] [img=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.g ov/apod/image/9905/barnard68_v lt_big.jpg width=450 height=489] [img...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyNibiru looks more and more plausible...
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Nibiru and Doomsday 2012: Questions and Answers: http://astrobiolog y.nasa.gov/ask-an-astrobiologi st/intro/nibiru-and-doomsday-2 012-questions-and-answers . ..courtesy of Nasa :)
THREAD Landscapes...
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[img=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.g ov/apod/image/9908/witchhead_g g_big.jpg width=389 height=490] [img=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.g ov/apod/image/NorAmNeb_dd_big. jpg width=450 height=300] [img=http://...
THREAD AstronomyEarth From Outer Space
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First View of Earth From Moon On Aug. 23, 1966, the world received its first view of Earth taken by a spacecraft from the vicinity of the Moon. The photo was transmitted to Earth by the Lunar Orbiter...
THREAD The Cosmos
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Oh I see what u mean, Summit, and I just googled NASA pic of the day.
THREAD AstronomyEarth From Outer Space
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The Water Planet (Image Credit: NASA)
THREAD Crazy Cars
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this may be part of a nasa flying space car program...lol*lol* *lol* *lol*
THREAD Life & DeathLife, Death, Choice
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We cant change human nature. We evolve to adapt to our enviroment, maybe not physically, but mentally we evolve to meet the needs of our society. Genetic engineering isnt going to help our problems, i...
THREAD AstronomyJupiter Hit By Comet/Asteroid
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George Hall, an amateur astrophotographer was observing and recording Jupiter last Monday (10 Sept. 2012) and he happened to capture what appears to be something colliding against Jupiter. Apparently...
THREAD AstronomyEarth From Outer Space
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Earths City Lights - by Craig Mayhew and Robert Simmon, NASA GSFC
THREAD AstronomyStrange Astronomy Facts
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3) The moon is actually moving away from Earth at a rate of 1.5 inches (3.81 cm) per year. (Image Credit: NASA)
THREAD The Cosmos
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Well you would have to look at the initial link, to conclude whether it is real or not, because NASA actually posts artists impressions of images. Hence, they may be fake.
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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12 January 2013 Ten Billion Earths Illustration Credit: NASA, F. Fressin (Harvard CfA) How common are Earth-sized planets? Quite common, according to extrapolations from new data taken by NASA&#...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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7 October 2012 The Same Color Illusion Image Credit: Edward H. Adelson, Wikipedia Are square A and B the same color? They are! To verify this, either run your cursor over the image or click here...
THREAD AstronomyEarth From Outer Space
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Sunset Over South America - this photograph was taken by crew aboard the International Space Station. (Image Credit: NASA)
THREAD AstronomyEarth From Outer Space
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An animation of Earth created through stitching together many months of observations: (Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
THREAD Physics & CosmologyMagnetospheric Substorm: Earth's Magnetosphere Releasing Energy
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This is a cool artistic depiction of the magnetosphere being blasted and shaped by solar winds that are ejected from the Sun. (Image credit: NASA)
THREAD The Cosmos
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they are from the NASA pic of the day site NOT FAKE well the middle one is a digital rendering of a black hole but the rest are just taken with filters besides I dont know how to photoshop picture...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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15 January 2013 A Solar Ballet Video Credit: NASA/Goddard/SDO AIA Team Sometimes, the Sun itself seems to dance. On just this past New Year's Eve, for example, NASA's Sun-orbiting Sola...
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