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RIP Mariner 9. RIP Mars 2 & 3. RIP Viking 1 &2 (shall we go on?)
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+Chris Hoyle You can read that? how clever of you, and how clever is she for the code 
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Next up: The Flower Moon on Saturday, May 21.
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beautiful full moon that I like !
have a nice Sunday !
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The days are getting longer here in the Northern hemisphere. But let's relive one of the perks of winter: The Northern Lights!
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Amazing 👌🌹👆🌹👌
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Adrian Brown sent in this incredible photo from the coast of the Isle of Wight, England. Those "shooting stars" you see are meteors, which streaked across the sky during the Eta Aquarids meteor shower last week. The stone structure in the foreground is a medieval lighthouse, constructed in 1314, which the photographer says locals call the "Pepperpot." Thanks, Adrian, for sending in this great image! Have a cool photo of a meteor shower? Send it to spacephotos at space dot com. For more images like this one, visit us here: http://buff.ly/1skMee4
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It's a awsom place we live in
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Behold, the highest-ever spatial-resolution images of a Mercury transit. http://buff.ly/24WYqD3
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👹👆👍👹😱👍👹😱👺😀👽👾😯👆
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Are you ready to #lookup? Here's how to get started:
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Is it naive to think that we're the first intelligent (and tech-building) species the universe has ever known? http://buff.ly/23O6kZo
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What a view, New Shepard. What a view.
The New Shepard last flew on April 2, 2016 and made a spectacular landing at their West Texas launch site. The rocket's 'Vent Cam' captured imagery of the descent. It reaching an apogee of 339,178 feet (103 km) and the engine were restarted at 3,600 feet for the landing.
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Which telescope gives you the most bang for your buck?
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This account is hacked
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Pull up a lawn chair and peruse this list, space fans.
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Dums then
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There's still lots to see in May, skywatchers! This Sunday, May 15, watch the waxing gibbous moon pass just south of Jupiter at around 2 a.m. ET.
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The best images from this week's #MercuryTransit are right here:
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I saw that on my teles
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