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Kerry Joyce Textiles | Dylan blue shADOW

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These images show views of Earth and the moon from NASA's Cassini (left) and MESSENGER spacecraft (right) from July 19, 2013.

Releases Images of Earth Taken by Distant Spacecraft

These images show views of Earth and the moon from NASA's Cassini (left) and MESSENGER spacecraft (right) from July 19, 2013.

Shadows in Saturn's A ring, August 2009. Clumps of debris cast shadows that are visible in the middle of this image of Saturn's A ring. The shadows suggest that the clumps are about 2,000 feet tall and some are more than 2 miles deep in some spots.

Scientists Solve Mystery Of Planet's Evaporating Atmosphere

Shadows in Saturn's A ring, August 2009. Clumps of debris cast shadows that are visible in the middle of this image of Saturn's A ring. The shadows suggest that the clumps are about 2,000 feet tall and some are more than 2 miles deep in some spots.

Barnard's Galaxy, added Oct. 15, 2009 This portrait of Barnard's Galaxy, one of the Milky Way's closest neighbors, was taken by a telescope at the European Southern Observatory in La Silla, Chile. The red features in the photo are nebulae where new stars are being born. The galaxy has about 10 million stars; the Milky Way has an estimated 400 billion.

Is The Universe A Hologram? Physicists Say It's Possible

Barnard's Galaxy, added Oct. 15, 2009 This portrait of Barnard's Galaxy, one of the Milky Way's closest neighbors, was taken by a telescope at the European Southern Observatory in La Silla, Chile. The red features in the photo are nebulae where new stars are being born. The galaxy has about 10 million stars; the Milky Way has an estimated 400 billion.

This is a photo of the Andromeda Galaxy  - M31 (my faaaaavorite galaxy) that I took with my itelescope.net membership.  Photo by Jana Bekemeier janalynn99@yahoo.com

This is a photo of the Andromeda Galaxy - M31 (my faaaaavorite galaxy) that I took with my itelescope.net membership. Photo by Jana Bekemeier janalynn99@yahoo.com

The Great Galaxy in Andromeda, M31 Image: Elder One: Taken with 10" Newtonian in central BC, Canada

Biggest Black Hole Blast Ever Could Solve Cosmological Mystery

The Great Galaxy in Andromeda, M31 Image: Elder One: Taken with 10" Newtonian in central BC, Canada

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