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lionfloss · 3 hours ago
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via NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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cainswayne · 5 months ago
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today’s APOD!
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forestphoenixx · 3 months ago
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My friend and I have dubbed the bubble nebula “space boop”. It makes me extremely happy to look at. Go on images.nasa.com to find downloadable high res space photos :D
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junolockscreens · a year ago
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Seasonal Changes in Dark Marks on an Equatorial Martian Slope|  NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona
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spectre-six · a year ago
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C/2020 F8 (SWAN), or Comet SWAN, is an Oort cloud comet that was discovered in images taken by the Solar Wind Anisotropies (SWAN) camera on March 25, 2020, aboard the Solar Heliospheric Observer (SOHO) spacecraft.
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assassin1513 · 28 days ago
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✨The Beauty of Jupiter ✨
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heckingheckonaheck · a month ago
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ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
URGENT ANNOUNCEMENT!
THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE (JWST) HAS TAKEN TEST IMAGES THAT WERE JUST RELEASED
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LOOK AT THIS PICTURE DUDE!!! IT’S SPACE BUT LIKE INSANELY FAR AWAY!!!
JWST EVEN TOOK A SELFIE!!! (you gotta appreciate that near not blurry photo… it is hurtling through space at 720 MPH)
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HERE’S A FEW MORE PHOTOS!!!
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THERE IS A LOT MORE AVAILABLE AT NASA’S JAMES WEBB TELESCOPE FLICKR PAGE. THERE ARE EVEN GRAPHS!!!
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modehbayoblog · 6 months ago
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Find out more about how dark matter could be measured
Find out more about how dark matter could be measured
How Dark Matter Could Be Measured in the Solar System Dark matter in our backyard Here on Earth, our planet’s gravity keeps us from flying out of our chairs, and the Sun’s gravity keeps our planet orbiting on a 365-day schedule. But the farther from the Sun a spacecraft flies, the less it feels the Sun’s gravity, and the more it feels a different source of gravity: that of the matter from the…
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thecosmickid · a month ago
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Look Beyond l Webb
This is beautiful....
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angellacasandra · 11 months ago
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NASA Insignia Sweatshirt Cool Design
NASA Insignia Sweatshirt Cool Design S-3XL – This Sweatshirt made to order perfect for you or as special gift for loved ones. We use DTG Technology and strick quality control so that you get the perfect sweatshirt. 
Link https://teesloop.com/product/nasa-insignia-sweatshirt-cool-design/
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kuiperkat · 3 years ago
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Happy 15th birthday, Spitzer!
The Spitzer Space Telescope is an infrared space telescope launched on August 25, 2003, the last in NASA’s Great Observatories Program. 
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Spitzer uses three instruments to get some of the stunning photos we see today: the Infrared Array Camera (IRAC), an imaging camera, designed to detect light at near and mid-infrared wavelengths; the Infrared Spectrograph (IRS), which provides both high and low resolution spectroscopy; the Multiband Imaging Photometer (MIPS), another imaging camera that detects light in the far infrared. Lastly, the Cryostat: which keeps Spitzer cold, allowing the scope to look for faint radiation from objects in our universe. 
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Given a 5 year mission, the Spitzer Space Telescope has much surpassed that, most recently used to discover 5 of 7 planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system. Here are just some of the images snapped by Spitzer:
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Now with @nasa’s newest app, NASA Selfies, you can place yourself at the center of the action! (📷 credit: @nasajpl)
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lionfloss · 10 days ago
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Manam Volcano, Papua New Guinea via NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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birdantlers · a month ago
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@nasa what is this
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Happy 32nd Launch Day, Hubble!
Launched on April 24, 1990, the HST has been in operation for 32 years now -- more than twice its projected operational lifetime of 15 years! Originally scheduled for launch in 1983, it was delayed until 1986 because of engineering difficulties and was postponed again until 1990 after the loss of Challenger.
The Hubble telescope has revolutionized our understanding of not only our own galaxy but the origins of the universe itself.
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poseidonsarmoury · a month ago
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via NASA, Stephan’s Quintet
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assassin1513 · a month ago
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✨James Webb Beauty ✨
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page32 · 4 years ago
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2 GALAXIES COLLIDING, SIMULATING THE POSSIBILITY THAT IT COULD HAPPEN TO OUR GALAXY - AND THE RESULT WOULD BE CATASTROPHIC. AT THE SAME TIME, CREATING NEW PLANETS INSIDE A NEW AND MASSIVE SUPER GALAXY. gif by anderson page | page32 photography
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