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Looks like an updated Atari Missile Command.
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True that ☺
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Neil Armstrong with the X-15 (Photo:NASA)
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see today's post on my blog : 7 greatest mysteries of the universe
Seven greatest mysteries of the universe We've made some incredible space discoveries in the last few years, like gravitational waves and liquid water on Mars. But considering we've explored only a teeny-tiny corner of the un...
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see today's post on my blog : 7 greatest mysteries of the universe
Seven greatest mysteries of the universe We've made some incredible space discoveries in the last few years, like gravitational waves and liquid water on Mars. But considering we've explored only a teeny-tiny corner of the un...
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Don't forget Jupiter, JUNO will arrive to its orbit this july
As the announcing of several succeeded mission for the solar system planets, from cassini to saturn, New horizon for pluto and several probe to mars as Exomars had launched this year, the 4-…
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Jupiter And Moons
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ISS door to space for science and satellites - Japanese Experiment Module Airlock. vi@TimKopra
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How good is a 114mm telescope? I might be getting one and I want good views of saturn and mars when they come around for me (May 27-next year) (Saturn will be long gone before next year and many other planets (Pluto, Uranus, Neptune) will be visable between (dates mentioned) 
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+Matthew Wood What's so cringey?
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Messier object of the day 🌟 
Messier M8 as known as the Lagoon Nebula,catalogued as NGC 6523, it is a interstellar cloud classified as emission nebula and as H II regions. In the foreground is the open cluster NGC 6530. The d…
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Messier 78: A Reflection Nebula in Orion
The nebula Messier 78 (also known as M 78 or NGC 2068) is a reflection nebula in the constellation Orion. It was discovered by Pierre Méchain in 1780 and included by Charles Messier in his catalog of comet-like objects that same year.

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Messier 78: A Reflection Nebula in Orion
The nebula Messier 78 (also known as M 78 or NGC 2068) is a reflection nebula in the constellation Orion. It was discovered by Pierre Méchain in 1780 and included by Charles Messier in his catalog of comet-like objects that same year.

M78 is the brightest diffuse reflection nebula of a group of nebulae that include NGC 2064, NGC 2067 and NGC 2071. This group belongs to the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex and is about 1,600 light years distant from Earth. M78 is easily found in small telescopes as a hazy patch and involves two stars of 10th magnitude. These two stars, HD 38563A and HD 38563B, are responsible for making the cloud of dust in M78 visible by reflecting their light.

Image Credit: ESO/Igor Chekalin
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In case Voyager 1 is discovered by intelligent life forms, it carries a golden record that serves as a sort of 1970s time capsule. In addition to recorded greetings in various languages, scenes from Earth, music, natural sounds, and images of a man and woman, the record includes directions to Earth.
Voyager 1 is the farthest human-made object from Earth
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A Partially Eclipsed Sun by the Moon and People
 
Featured here, a Sun partially eclipsed on the top left by the Moon is also seen eclipsed by earthlings contemplating the eclipse below. The spectacular menagerie of silhouettes was taken in 2012 from the Glen Canyon National Recreation Areanear Page, Arizona, USA, where park rangers and astronomers expounded on the unusual event to interested gatherers.
 
 Also faintly visible on the Sun's disk, just to the lower right of the dark Moon's disk, is a group of sunspots. Although a partial solar eclipse by the Moon is indeed a good chance to contemplate the Sun, a great chance and one that is significantly more rare will occur next week (9 May), when the Sun undergoes a partial eclipse by the planet Mercury" Mercury Transit".
 
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The words of one person and the other person will equally. just incentive lightly by gravity of world.
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A few of the astronomical mysteries that bother scientists and the progress toward understanding them are described.
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WHO CREATED THE UNIVERSE??.
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I will say this. I like science. I believe in it simply because it has come so far and theories that scientists posit for the most part can be proven. But I don't think this one can. The only way you can prove where our existence came from is to visit a past that is long gone. When you look up at the stars do you know what you're looking at? Star light from long dead stars. 
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See the new post on my blog what is the speed of gravity
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3. It is on a crash course with our Milky Way.
7 Interesting Facts about the Andromeda Galaxy you need to know.
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