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Happy Birthday Hubble! Today, the Hubble Space Telescope turns 27. Orbiting 340 miles above Earth’s surface, this vantage point allows it to observe astronomical objects and phenomena. Today’s college undergraduates have not known a time in their lives when astronomers were not actively making discoveries with Hubble data. Find out more: http://go.nasa.gov/2oYnA3T

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An aerial view of Beijing's Forbidden City, built in the early 15th century during the Ming Dynasty
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Hi UK! | International Space Station
ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet of France: "Today is UN international English language day and St George's, as well as the London Marathon (although Tim Peake didn't take part, didn't you promise to run it this year Tim?). Four reasons to say hi London and the UK! Clouds from the north can’t veil your lights, as the sun sets in the distance."

"Good evening Londres et le Royaume-Uni! Le soleil se couche à l'horizon alors que resplendissent les lumières de nos voisins"

Credit: ESA/NASA
Image Date: April 2, 2017

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TOP 10 AVIONES INUSUALES MAS GRANDES DEL MUNDO
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