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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Saturn, imaged by NASA's Cassini orbiter on June 15, from a distance of about 1.8 million miles (2.9 million kilometers). The rings' shadow runs across the planet's sunlit side. The speck in the lower left corner is Enceladus, a 313-mile-wide (504-kilometer-wide) moon of Saturn. via Alan Boyle, photoblog.nbcnews.... Image by NASA/JPL-Caltech. #Saturn #Cassini #NASA #nbcnews

Saturn, imaged by NASA's Cassini orbiter on June 15, from a distance of about 1.8 million miles (2.9 million kilometers). The rings' shadow runs across the planet's sunlit side. The speck in the lower left corner is Enceladus, a 313-mile-wide (504-kilometer-wide) moon of Saturn. via Alan Boyle, photoblog.nbcnews.... Image by NASA/JPL-Caltech. #Saturn #Cassini #NASA #nbcnews
Saturn, imaged by NASA's Cassini orbiter on June 15, from a distance of about 1.8 million miles (2.9 million kilometers). The rings' shadow runs across the planet's sunlit side. The speck in the lower left corner is Enceladus, a 313-mile-wide (504-kilometer-wide) moon of Saturn. via Alan Boyle, photoblog.nbcnews.... Image by NASA/JPL-Caltech. #Saturn #Cassini #NASA #nbcnews
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temperature-of-outer-space - 3 Kelvin or nearly absolute zero.
temperature-of-outer-space - 3 Kelvin or nearly absolute zero.
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Witch Head Nebula
Witch Head Nebula
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Vintage Astronomy
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Central area of the Milky Way galaxy, released by astronomers at the European Southern Observatory's Paranal Observatory in Chile. The photo shows 84 million stars in an image measuring 108,500×81,500, which contains nearly 9 billion pixels, and is actually a composite of thousands of individual photographs shot with the observatory's VISTA survey telescope.
Central area of the Milky Way galaxy, released by astronomers at the European Southern Observatory's Paranal Observatory in Chile.    The photo shows 84 million stars in an image measuring 108,500×81,500, which contains nearly 9 billion pixels, and is actually a composite of thousands of individual photographs shot with the observatory's VISTA survey telescope.
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