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Amazing Earth: Satellite Images From 2018 | NASA

Amazing Earth: Satellite Images From 2018 nasa.gov: Amazing Earth: Satellite Images From 2018 | NASA

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Arctic Sea Ice Is the Thinnest and Youngest It’s Been in 60 Years

Working from a combination of satellite records and declassified submarine sonar data, NASA scientists have constructed a 60-year record of Arctic sea ice thickness. Right now, Arctic sea ice is the youngest and thinnest its been since we started keeping records. More than 70 percent of…

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Hubble’s Galaxies With Knots, Bursts

In the northern constellation of Coma Berenices (Berenice’s Hair) lies the impressive Coma Cluster —  a structure of over a thousand galaxies bound together by gravity. Many of these galaxies are elliptical types, as is the brighter of the two galaxies dominating this image: NGC 4860 (center). -credit: ESA/NASA Hubble

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Hurricane Florence As It Was Making Landfall

Hurricane Florence is pictured from the International Space Station as a category 1 storm as it was making landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Picture 1 nasa.gov: Hurricane Florence as it was making landfall Hurricane Florence is pictured from the International Space Station as a category 1 storm as it

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Hubble’s 28th Anniversary | NASA

Hubble launched aboard the space shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990, and was deployed into Earth orbit a day later. NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA), which jointly run the Hubble mission, release great photos every April to celebrate these milestones.  – Space.com Video from NASA YouTube channel  

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Celebrate Earth Day with NASA’s Terra Tools and Posters | Space.com

To celebrate Earth Day (April 22) this year, NASA invites everyone to share views of Earth with the world — and to tack up artists’ perspectives of our home planet on their walls. space.com: Celebrate Earth Day 2018

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Jupiter’s Swirling South Pole

This image of Jupiter’s swirling south polar region was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it neared completion of its tenth close flyby of the gas giant planet. nasa.gov: Jupiter’s Swirling South Pole

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Jupiter’s Stormy North

See Jupiter’s northern polar belt region in this new view taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft. nasa.gov: Jupiter’s Stormy North

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Time-Lapse Images From International Space Station

Published on May 19, 2017 Edge YouTube Channel Time lapse taken from the International Space Station over the earth at an average altitude of 300km (190 miles). Orbiting at 27,600 km/h (17,100 mph), the ISS circles the blue planet in only 90 minutes. This giant space station is equivalent in

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Hurricane Harvey, Seen From the Cupola of the Space Station

On August 25, 2017, NASA astronaut Jack Fischer photographed Hurricane Harvey from the cupola module aboard the International Space Station as it intensified on its way toward the Texas coast. The Expedition 52 crew on the station has been tracking this storm for the past two days and capturing Earth

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