Give Thanks for Cassini, One of the Greatest Space Missions Ever - Wired Science

Give Thanks for Cassini, One of the Greatest Space Missions Ever

Via saturn.gov Catching Its Tail July 2011 The huge storm churning through the atmosphere in Saturn's northern hemisphere overtakes itself as it encircles the planet in this true-color view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.

The Cone Nebula Hubble Space Telescope image- I think this looks like the back of an angel.

Cone Nebula (NGC Star-Forming Pillar of Gas and Dust Radiation from hot stars off the top of the picture illuminates and erodes this giant, gaseous pillar. Additional ultraviolet radiation causes the gas to glow, giving the pillar its red halo of light.

Help starving children in Africa

These children are starving, they live in a place with extreme poverty. Most of the time these young children in poverty struck areas are forced t work at young ages while still not being able to get food.

Double Hung Window    Double Hung windows operate by sliding either of the sashes up an down within the window frame. This is one of the most common window styles.

Double Hung Window Double Hung windows operate by sliding either of the sashes up an down within the window frame. This is one of the most common window styles.

Planet family photo UPDATED

We've finally added Pluto to the family portrait of the Solar System

Chaotic Beauty  Hubble Space Telescope Images, NASA Space Mission Image

"When the morning stars joyfully cried out together, and all the sons of God began shouting in applause?

Orion Star Birthing        DeepSpacePhotography      Hubble Space Telescope Images, NASA Space Mission Image

This spectacular color panorama of the center the Orion nebula is one of the largest pictures ever assembled from individual images taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. - Credit: C. O'Dell (Rice University), and NASA

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute. "Mimas and Saturn's rings." | NASA/JPL

Crash Course

– Astronomy Now It may look as though Saturn’s moon Mimas is crashing through the rings in this image taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, but Mimas is actually kilometres miles) away from the rings.

Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Lunar Module separation from the Command Module

A celebration of the history of the manned space program, space exploration, and science. ***Disclaimer*** This page is not associated with NASA. I'm just a fan of the space program.

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