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Martian impact crater: the half-mile-wide Victoria Crater, located in the Meridiani Planum region of Mars, was explored by the Opportunity rover for two years ending in August 2008.

Martian impact crater: the half-mile-wide Victoria Crater, located in the Meridiani Planum region of Mars, was explored by the Opportunity rover for two years ending in August 2008.

Cyclones Thrash Vanuatu and Western Australia  : Image of the Day : NASA Earth Observatory 03/14/2015

Cyclones Thrash Vanuatu and Western Australia : Image of the Day : NASA Earth Observatory 03/14/2015

The World as We Know It Is About to End, Say Some Really Frightened Scientists  A new study by 22 biologists and ecologists has found that environmental changes on our planet are reaching a point of no return that leads to mass extinctions and harms human welfare.

The World as We Know It Is About to End, Say Some Really Frightened Scientists A new study by 22 biologists and ecologists has found that environmental changes on our planet are reaching a point of no return that leads to mass extinctions and harms human welfare.

MESSENGER, the first NASA probe to orbit the planet Mercury, took a black-and-white picture of our planet from 61 million miles (98 million kilometers) away. | This Is What The Earth Looks Like From A Billion Miles Away

MESSENGER, the first NASA probe to orbit the planet Mercury, took a black-and-white picture of our planet from 61 million miles (98 million kilometers) away. | This Is What The Earth Looks Like From A Billion Miles Away

1ª foto tirada de outro mundo (Lua) por uma pessoa (Neil Armstrong - Astronauta NASA (EUA). Os créditos são de NASA. Google+

1ª foto tirada de outro mundo (Lua) por uma pessoa (Neil Armstrong - Astronauta NASA (EUA). Os créditos são de NASA. Google+

Astronomers have captured what may be the first-ever direct photograph of an alien planet in the process of forming around a nearby star. The picture, which captured a giant alien planet as it is coming together, was snapped by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope in Chile.

Astronomers have captured what may be the first-ever direct photograph of an alien planet in the process of forming around a nearby star. The picture, which captured a giant alien planet as it is coming together, was snapped by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope in Chile.

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