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Discover magisterialmaela's Instagram Didn't know these stations types were a thing. Apparently it's a blacksite? Neat. #elitedangerous #space #spacestation 1610713418801041393_6074482100

Didn't know these stations types were a thing. Apparently it's a blacksite? Neat. #elitedangerous #space #spacestation

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Discover koreankidz's Instagram #3Floyd #SpaceStation #MF  1610666272666957927_32762145

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Discover astronomyinsta's Instagram NGC 2467 (sometimes referred as the “Skull and Crossbones”) is an emission nebula with an age of a few million years at most, located some 13,000 – 17,000 light-years away from Earth in the southern constellation of Puppis (the Stern). It is moving away from us at 55.75 per second.

It is an extremely active stellar nursery, where new stars are born continuously from large clouds of dust and gas. This star forming (HII) region, looking like a cosmic ghost, contains the open star clusters Haffner 18 (center) and Haffner 19 (inside the smaller pink region — the lower eye of the ghost), as well as vast areas of ionized gas.

The image displays a striking array of features that illustrate multiple phases of star birth. Huge clouds of gas and dust are sprinkled with bright blue, hot young stars. The bright star at the center of the largest pink region on the bottom of the image is HD 64315, a massive young star that is helping shaping the structure of the whole nebular region. Toward the center, deep dark lanes of dust hide parts of the nebula that surely are forming new stars.

Haffner 18 contains about 50 stars, among which several short lived, massive ones. The massive star still surrounded by a small, dense shell of hydrogen, is called FM3060a. The shell is about 2.5 light-years wide and expands at a speed of 20 km/s. It must have been created some 40,000 years ago. Synthetic beautiful photos from space, solar system, galaxies, galaxy
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NGC 2467 (sometimes referred as the “Skull and Crossbones”) is an emission nebula with an age of a few million years at most, located some 13,000 – 17,000 light-years away from Earth in the southern constellation of Puppis (the Stern). It is moving away from us at 55.75 per second. It is an extremely active stellar nursery, where new stars are born continuously from large clouds of dust and gas. This star forming (HII) region, looking like a cosmic ghost, contains the open star clusters Haffner 18 (center) and Haffner 19 (inside the smaller pink region — the lower eye of the ghost), as well as vast areas of ionized gas. The image displays a striking array of features that illustrate multiple phases of star birth. Huge clouds of gas and dust are sprinkled with bright blue, hot young stars. The bright star at the center of the largest pink region on the bottom of the image is HD 64315, a massive young star that is helping shaping the structure of the whole nebular region. Toward the center, deep dark lanes of dust hide parts of the nebula that surely are forming new stars. Haffner 18 contains about 50 stars, among which several short lived, massive ones. The massive star still surrounded by a small, dense shell of hydrogen, is called FM3060a. The shell is about 2.5 light-years wide and expands at a speed of 20 km/s. It must have been created some 40,000 years ago. Synthetic beautiful photos from space, solar system, galaxies, galaxy Following @astronomy.insta if you like astronomy Use #astronomy.insta for your chance to be featured Like and comment Posted by @scienceoftheuniverse #planets #astronomy #astronomia #astronomer #space #nasa #asteroid #esa #jpl #moon #globe #science #oceanwords #discovery #mars #solarsystem #iss #stars #earch #universe #spacestation #fromspace #horizon #galaxy #meteorite

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Discover cmdr_aylad's Instagram 6/6. Instagram mosaic of my Cobra mk III. 1610625435221546641_5851929584

6/6. Instagram mosaic of my Cobra mk III.

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Discover kumiiiko62's Instagram 久々やってコントローラーの使い方すら分からずギャーギャー騒いでたけど超楽しかった(笑)また行きたいなー

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久々やってコントローラーの使い方すら分からずギャーギャー騒いでたけど超楽しかった(笑)また行きたいなー #spacestation #gamebar #bar #japanesegame #nintendo64 #playstation #mariocart #fun #laugh #drunk #alcohol #nightout #saturdaynight #weekend #shinsaibashi #osaka

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Discover astronomyinsta's Instagram Saturn's Moon Dione: Our Cassini spacecraft zipped past Saturn's moon Dione today -- the final close flyby of this icy satellite during the spacecraft's long mission. While not bursting with activity like its system sister Enceladus, the surface of Dione is definitely not boring. Some parts of the surface are covered by linear features, called chasmata, which provide dramatic contrast to the round impact craters that typically cover moons. The bright network of fractures on Dione (698 miles or 1123 kilometers across) was seen originally at poor resolution in Voyager images and was labeled as "wispy terrain." The nature of this terrain was unclear until Cassini showed that they weren't surface deposits of frost, as some had suspected, but rather a pattern of bright icy cliffs among myriad fractures. One possibility is that this stress pattern may be related to Dione's orbital evolution and the effect of tidal stresses over time Synthetic beautiful photos from space, solar system, galaxies, galaxy
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Saturn's Moon Dione: Our Cassini spacecraft zipped past Saturn's moon Dione today -- the final close flyby of this icy satellite during the spacecraft's long mission. While not bursting with activity like its system sister Enceladus, the surface of Dione is definitely not boring. Some parts of the surface are covered by linear features, called chasmata, which provide dramatic contrast to the round impact craters that typically cover moons. The bright network of fractures on Dione (698 miles or 1123 kilometers across) was seen originally at poor resolution in Voyager images and was labeled as "wispy terrain." The nature of this terrain was unclear until Cassini showed that they weren't surface deposits of frost, as some had suspected, but rather a pattern of bright icy cliffs among myriad fractures. One possibility is that this stress pattern may be related to Dione's orbital evolution and the effect of tidal stresses over time Synthetic beautiful photos from space, solar system, galaxies, galaxy Following @astronomy.insta if you like astronomy Use #astronomy.insta for your chance to be featured Like and comment Posted by @nasa #planets #astronomy #astronomia #astronomer #space #nasa #asteroid #esa #jpl #moon #globe #science #oceanwords #discovery #mars #solarsystem #iss #stars #earch #universe #spacestation #fromspace #horizon #galaxy #meteorite

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Discover alexbackstrom's Instagram The Power Plant E4.3
A man finds himself sole survivor on a power plant encircling the outer rings of Saturn and must find clues within a psychedelic seed to find his way home. An adaptation of ‘Property of Scavenger’ (2011). Narrative: Alex Backstrom | Video: Public Domain videos / Omega Experimental by Donald Fox | Editor: Alex Backstrom | Sound Effect: Freesound.org
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The Power Plant E4.3 A man finds himself sole survivor on a power plant encircling the outer rings of Saturn and must find clues within a psychedelic seed to find his way home. An adaptation of ‘Property of Scavenger’ (2011). Narrative: Alex Backstrom | Video: Public Domain videos / Omega Experimental by Donald Fox | Editor: Alex Backstrom | Sound Effect: Freesound.org www.alexbackstrom.com, www.propertyofscavenger.com #thepowerplant #propertyofscavenger #sci-fi #narrative #experimentalvideo #art #monologue #saturn #scavenger #energy #spacestation #story #sciencefiction #nasavideo #space #series #apollo #cassini #publicdomain #editing

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Discover lindaoho's Instagram #Repost @astro_paolo (@get_repost)
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Una splendida aurora vista qualche giorno fa... di una bellezza spaziale!
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A stunning aurora caught my eye... its beauty is out of this world!
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#VITAmission #aurora #amazing #wow #EarthfromSpace #earth #colour #spacestation 
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#repost@astro_paolo (@get_repost) ・・・ Una splendida aurora vista qualche giorno fa... di una bellezza spaziale! . . . A stunning aurora caught my eye... its beauty is out of this world! . . . #vitamission #aurora #amazing #wow #earthfromspace #earth #colour #spacestation @europeanspaceagency @esa_earth @iss @asi_spazio

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Discover exoplanetproject's Instagram "Our sun is one of 100 billion stars in our galaxy. Our galaxy is one of billions of galaxies populating the universe. It would be the height of presumption to think that we are the only living things in that enormous immensity" ... Wernher von Braun  .
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#astronaut #spacestation #space #outerspace #astronomy #exoplanet #exoplanets #galaxy #planet #trappist1 #night #star #internationalspacestation
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"Our sun is one of 100 billion stars in our galaxy. Our galaxy is one of billions of galaxies populating the universe. It would be the height of presumption to think that we are the only living things in that enormous immensity" ... Wernher von Braun . . . #astronaut #spacestation #space #outerspace #astronomy #exoplanet #exoplanets #galaxy #planet #trappist1 #night #star #internationalspacestation #hubble #m13 #carlsagan #wernhervonbraun #neildegrassetyson #wearenotalone

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Discover pine_do's Instagram Ahi que amarla y cuidarla porque es la unaica que tenemos. Nunca encontrado Otra como Ella. Solo ella nos da Todo lo que ocupamos para vivir. 
We need to love her and take care of her because she is the only one we have. Only she can provide what we need to survive.

#life #earth #love
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#thinkgreen #amor #planetatierra  #nasa #satellite #spacestation #illustration #dibujitos #puertorico #cdmx #cbmx #cbmx 1610408506624369649_228783325

Ahi que amarla y cuidarla porque es la unaica que tenemos. Nunca encontrado Otra como Ella. Solo ella nos da Todo lo que ocupamos para vivir. We need to love her and take care of her because she is the only one we have. Only she can provide what we need to survive. #life #earth #love #earthquake #hurricane #polution #thinkgreen #amor #planetatierra #nasa #satellite #spacestation #illustration #dibujitos #puertorico #cdmx #cbmx #cbmx

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Discover cause_magazine's Instagram #Repost | @nasa . . . 
The aurora borealis, Latin for northern lights, over Canada is sighted from the International Space Station (@iss) near the highest point of its orbital path. The station’s main solar arrays are seen in the left foreground. 
There are currently six people living and working on the space station, which is located 250 miles above the Earth. As it orbits our home planet, they conduct important research in the unique microgravity laboratory. This science will not only help us travel farther into the solar system, but also has direct benefits to life on Earth. 
Credit: NASA 
#nasa #space #aurora #auroraborealis #latin #northernlights #lights #canada #spacestation #photography #earth #planet #home #astronomy #science #picoftheday #nofilter 1610407106984803867_1661209434

#repost| @nasa . . . The aurora borealis, Latin for northern lights, over Canada is sighted from the International Space Station (@iss) near the highest point of its orbital path. The station’s main solar arrays are seen in the left foreground. There are currently six people living and working on the space station, which is located 250 miles above the Earth. As it orbits our home planet, they conduct important research in the unique microgravity laboratory. This science will not only help us travel farther into the solar system, but also has direct benefits to life on Earth. Credit: NASA #nasa #space #aurora #auroraborealis #latin #northernlights #lights #canada #spacestation #photography #earth #planet #home #astronomy #science #picoftheday #nofilter

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Discover astronomyinsta's Instagram Hubble Sees a "Mess of Stars" - Bursts of pink and red, dark lanes of mottled cosmic dust, and a bright scattering of stars - this Hubble Space Telescope image shows part of a messy barred spiral galaxy known as NGC 428. It lies approximately 48 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Cetus (The Sea Monster). Overall NGC 428's spiral structure appears to be quite distorted and warped, thought to be a result of a collision between two galaxies. 
Image credit: ESA/Hubble and NASA and S. Smartt (Queen's University Belfast) Synthetic beautiful photos from space, solar system, galaxies, galaxy
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Hubble Sees a "Mess of Stars" - Bursts of pink and red, dark lanes of mottled cosmic dust, and a bright scattering of stars - this Hubble Space Telescope image shows part of a messy barred spiral galaxy known as NGC 428. It lies approximately 48 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Cetus (The Sea Monster). Overall NGC 428's spiral structure appears to be quite distorted and warped, thought to be a result of a collision between two galaxies. Image credit: ESA/Hubble and NASA and S. Smartt (Queen's University Belfast) Synthetic beautiful photos from space, solar system, galaxies, galaxy Following @astronomy.insta if you like astronomy Use #astronomy.insta for your chance to be featured Like and comment Posted by @nasa #planets #astronomy #astronomia #astronomer #space #nasa #asteroid #esa #jpl #moon #globe #science #oceanwords #discovery #mars #solarsystem #iss #stars #earch #universe #spacestation #fromspace #horizon #galaxy #meteorite

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Discover chaninjapan's Instagram I managed to beat the game! Lots of nostalgia. 

#spacechannel5 #dreamcast #spacestation #videogamebar #arcadebar #amerikamura #osaka 1610343972356572112_5638389891

I managed to beat the game! Lots of nostalgia. #spacechannel5 #dreamcast #spacestation #videogamebar #arcadebar #amerikamura #osaka

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