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Name that city! Shoutout to the first correct answer naming the two cities and the bridge connecting them seen in this photo. Easy, huh? . . . . . #citiesfromspace #citiesatnight #earthatnight #earthfromabove #viewfromabove #astronaut #nasa #spacex #Rocketship #spaceship #SpaceshipEarth #spacestation #pilotseye #piloteyes #pilotsview #aviationdaily #aviationphotography #avgeeks #pilots #planespotter #instaaviation #pilotslife #planelovers #airbuslovers #lufthansa

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“Paris is always a good idea.” — Audrey Hepburn ✨✨✨⁣ ⁣ Originally nicknamed the “City of Light” for its efforts in pioneering street lamps to increase public safety in the 1600s, the name stuck through the following Age of Enlightenment as it cemented itself as a center for art, innovation and education.⁣ ⁣ This photo of Paris at nighttime from the space station proves the name still holds true. Back then, they probably could have never predicted its street grids would be clearly recognizable from the @ISS 250 miles above as it orbits the planet once every 90 minutes with humans onboard.⁣ ⁣ Image Credit: NASA⁣ ⁣ #nasa #space #earth #photography #astronaut #paris #nighttimephotography #lights #travel #paris #france #cityoflight

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#fallfashioninspo 🍂 Even though it looks like an autumn 2019 trend report, it’s even more otherworldly! This #earthart is a view of river mouths in Northern Madagascar captured by Christina Koch (@Astro_Christina) from the International Space Station (@ISS). These waters are often a rusty red year-round because they carry iron-rich sediment from highlands in the island’s interior where they originate. Upon meeting the president of Madagascar, one astronaut is said to have joked: “Oh, yes, I know your country. It is the one bleeding into the ocean.” Photographing the Earth from the space station is an important way for @nasaastromaterials scientists to keep an eye on our ever-changing planet from a priceless perspective. You could call it our own trend report of sorts! Image Credit: NASA/Christina Hammock Koch #nasa #earth #photography #fall #fallcolors #fallfashion #space #astronaut #inspo #art #colorpalette

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Ursa Major is one of the most famous constellations in the sky, visible throughout the year from the northern hemisphere. The seven brightest stars of the Ursa form the asterism of the Big Dipper, which can be used to find other stars. In fact, by prolonging five times the distance that separates the two brightest stars of the constellation, Dubhe and Merak, the Polar Star can be identified. . . 🇮🇹: L'Orsa Maggiore è una delle costellazioni più famose del cielo, visibile per tutto l'anno dall'emisfero nord. Le sette stelle più luminose dell'Orsa formano l'asterismo del Grande Carro, che può essere utilizzato per trovare altre stelle. Prolungando per cinque volte infatti la distanza che separa le due stelle più luminose della costellazione, Dubhe e Merak, si arriva ad individuare la Stella Polare. Prolungando invece la coda dell'Orsa si trova Arturo, la stella più luminosa della costellazione del Boote. #solarsystem #planet #space #nasa #nebula #astronomy #astronomia #astrophoto #AstroPhotography #Cosmos #universe #milkyway #astrophysics #Stars #moon #science #universo #telescope #astronaut #galaxy #nightsky #hubble #astro #planets #cosmology #hubbletelescope #astronomer #astronomylover #constellation #bigdipper

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What's it like to step out into space for your third spacewalk? "Each time I open the door the views keep getting better." 🤩⁣ ⁣ Astronaut Nick Hague, along with fellow crew member Andrew Morgan, worked outside the International Space Station (@ISS) for 6 hours and 32 minutes yesterday. They installed the station's second docking port for commercial crew spacecraft — which will be used by the @SpaceX Dragon and @Boeing Starliner spacecrafts when they carry astronauts to the station.⁣ ⁣ #spacewalk #astronaut #spacestation #officeview #earthviews⁣ #workflow ⁣ Image Credit: NASA

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Astronaut Christina Koch (@astro_christina) recently took this photo of a moonrise over the atmosphere from the International Space Station (@iss). Koch just received news this week that instead of returning to Earth this October, she will remain in orbit until February 2020, which will set a new record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman. The previous mark of 288 days was set by our Peggy Whitson. Photo Credit: NASA / Christina Koch #astronaut #moonrise #spacestation #nasa #moon

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"Yes buddy, that’s your Mother Earth. Isn’t she beautiful?" Astronaut Anne McClain shared these images of an Earth plush toy that arrived on International Space Station (@ISS) aboard the @SpaceX #crewdragon that launched on Saturday, March 2 and docked to the orbiting lab on Sunday, March 3. Loaded onto the spacecraft prior to launch, Elon Musk, founder, CEO, and lead designer of SpaceX called the plush toy a "super high tech zero-g indicator." During the mission, astronaut Anne McClain shared what normal life was like on the orbiting outpost with the Earth plush toy. Living and working in space, they worked out, conducted science experiments, tested emergency procedures and more. The #crewdragon spacecraft went on to undock from the station on Friday, March 8, followed by a deorbit burn to reenter Earth's atmosphere and splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. This completed the Demo-1 flight test, in which SpaceX demonstrated systems which will be used to carry astronauts aboard the #crewdragon to the station. Image credit: NASA #nasa #spacex #crewdragon #earth #planet #toy #space #spacestation #iss #orbit #imageoftheday #views #picoftheday #adayinthelife #plushtoy #stuffed #astronaut #work #life #bluemarble

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“The vast loneliness up here of the Moon is awe-inspiring, and it makes you realize just what you have back there on Earth. The Earth from here is a grand oasis to the big vastness of space.” — Apollo 8 astronaut Jim Lovell Fifty years ago today, this iconic 'Earthrise' photo was taken aboard Apollo 8 by Bill Anders. Before humanity ventured to the Moon, our view of our home planet consisted of what we could see from horizon to horizon. It was not until this stunning photo (along with many others) came back to Earth with the three Apollo 8 astronauts in December 1968 that we saw Earth as a vibrant, delicate, blue and white globe framed by the velvety blackness of space. This iconic picture shows Earth peeking out from beyond the lunar surface as the first crewed spacecraft circumnavigated the Moon. Image credit: NASA #space #earth #nasa #earthrise #moon #lunar #earth #iconic #picoftheday #1968 #apollo8 #apollo #astronaut #astronomy #planet #science

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Who has the range? Astronauts, that’s who! In this view, astronauts captured the cloud-covered Pacific coast of the South American nation of Chile in contrast with the Andes Mountain range and cloud formations extending over Argentina. Each day, the International Space Station (@ISS) orbits our home planet as the humans living and working aboard our orbiting labporatory conduct important science and research. Their work will not only benefit life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into space than ever before. Image Credit: NASA #nasa #earth #space #spacestation #astronaut #iss #planet #mountains #workflow #views #argentina #southamerica #Chile #Clouds #andesmountains #beautiful #picoftheday

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Good morning, Earthlings! Anne McClain of @NASAastronauts captured this photo on Feb. 21 from aboard the International Space Station (@ISS), sharing it and saying, "Good morning to our beautiful world, and to all the beautiful people who call it home! #TeamHuman" McClain is currently one of three humans aboard our orbiting laboratory. Each day, the station completes 16 orbits of our home planet as the six humans living and working aboard the station conduct important science and research. Their work will not only benefit life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into space than ever before. Credit: NASA #nasa #space #astronaut #humankind #goodmorning #wakeup #earth #home #spacestation #picoftheday #beautiful #palebluedot

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Ever wondered how astronauts get deliveries in space? 🤔 @Astro_Alex_ESA of the @EuropeanSpaceAgency shared these looks at @SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft making its way to deliver more than 5,600 pounds of research equipment, cargo and supplies that will support crew members living and working aboard the International Space Station (@ISS). While the station was traveling about 250 miles over the Pacific Ocean, just north of Papua New Guinea, astronauts Alex Gerst and Serena Auñón-Chancellor captured the spacecraft at 7:21 a.m. EST using a robotic arm while astronaut Anne McClain monitored telemetry during the spacecraft’s approach. The Dragon is scheduled to depart the station in January 2019 and return to Earth with more than 4,000 pounds of research, hardware and crew supplies. Credit: ESA/NASA #nasa #space #astronaut #spacestation #views #internationalspacestation #workflow #spacex #dragon #spacecraft #delivery

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"Putting this journey into words will not be easy, but I will try. I am finally where I was born to be." In her first week in space, Astronaut Anne McClain is getting used to her new home in space with fellow new crew members Oleg Kononenko and David Saint-Jacques, who have been onboard the station since Monday. McClain and Saint-Jacques are first-time space residents. Each day, the International Space Station (@ISS) orbits our home planet as the six humans living and working aboard the orbiting outpost conduct important science and research. Their work will not only benefit life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into space than ever before. Credit: NASA/Anne McClain #nasa #space #spacestation #earth #earthviews #homeplanet #planet #bluemarble #astroannimal #AnneMcClain #armyastronaut #astronaut #window #View #views #orbit #iss #internationalspacestation

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Meet Anne McClain - an engineer, @USArmy Soldier and one of the @NASAastronauts living and working aboard our orbiting laboratory. In this photo taken from 250 miles above our home planet, Anne is performing spacesuit maintenance in preparation for her first-ever spacewalk. She says, “Each suit is like a small spacecraft with its own power, air and water systems which work together to maintain the precise atmosphere in which humans can live, while also protecting us from the harsh conditions of space. Pretty phenomenal design!” For even more stories about women in engineering, check out our #instagram story! #nasa #introduceagirltoengineeringday #space #astronaut #science #spacesuit #spaceship #atmosphere #dreamjob #engineering

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Behold: The beauty of our home planet! 😍 The orange hue surrounding Earth, known as airglow, diffuse bands of light that stretch 50 to 400 miles into our atmosphere. Airglow reveals some workings of the upper reaches of our atmosphere. It can help scientists learn about the movement of particles near the interface of Earth and space, including the connections between space weather and Earth weather. Satellites offer one way to study this dynamic zone. Our Ionospheric Connection Explorer satellite that launches early in the morning of Nov. 7 will help scientists understand the physical processes at work where Earth’s atmosphere interacts with near-Earth space. Credit: NASA #nasa #earth #science #earth #home #spacestation #space #astronaut #icon #airglow

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Views from space never get old! 👀 “It was in this fabulous country that I first learned what it means to travel beyond my #horizons and how to see the world with open eyes,” says European astronaut Alexander Gerst (@Astro_Alex_ESA) who captured these images of New Zealand as the International Space Station (@ISS) passed over during an orbit of Earth. Gerst is currently one of three humans living and working aboard our orbiting laboratory. Each day, the station completes 16 orbits of our home planet as the crew conducts important science and research. Their work will not only benefit life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into space than ever before. Credit: ESA/NASA-A.Gerst #nasa #space #astronaut #spacestation #views #earth #earthviews #mothernature #planet #orbit #spacecraft #internationalspacestation #land #home #picoftheday

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Parking in space: FULL! These photos taken by @Astro_Alex_ESA of the @EuropeanSpaceAgency show four different spacecraft docked to the International Space Station (@ISS). Currently, there are 6 spacecraft docked to our orbiting laboratory - the maximum amount that can be parked at one time. These spacecraft arrived at the station to deliver tons of science, hardware, crew supplies, fuel and much more! Credit: ESA/NASA-A.Gerst #nasa #space #astronaut #spacestation #views #earth #earthviews #planet #orbit #spacecraft #internationalspacestation #home #picoftheday #northropgrumman #cygnus #spacex #dragon #soyuz #progress

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Here's a look at the majestic beauty of snow, as seen from space. ❄️This photo shows curling snow drifts magnified by the terrain around the 1,400 mile Dnieper River, flowing from Russia to the Black Sea. @EuropeanSpaceAgency astronaut @thom_astro, a member of the Expedition 50 crew, captured this image from the @iss on Feb. 9, 2017, saying, "winter landscapes are also magical from the International Space Station: this river north of Kiev reminds me of a Hokusai painting." Each day, the International Space Station completes 16 orbits of our home planet as the crew conducts important science and research. Crew members on the space station photograph the Earth from their unique perspective, hovering 200 miles above us, documenting Earth from space. This record is crucial to how we see the planet changing over time, from human-caused changes like urban growth, to natural dynamic events such as hurricanes, and volcanic eruptions. Credits: NASA/ESA/Thomas Pesquet #nasa #space #snow #winter #astronaut #picoftheday #spacestation

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Catching a spacecraft: all in a day’s work! At 5:28 a.m. EST, astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor used the International Space Station’s robotic arm to capture @NorthropGrumman’s #cygnus spacecraft as @Astro_Alex_ESA monitored the spacecraft’s systems during its approach. After delivering more than 7,400 pounds of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware, the spacecraft will spend about three months attached to the space station before departing in February 2019. Each day, the station completes 16 orbits of our home planet as the three humans living and working aboard the station conduct important science and research using cargo from incoming spacecraft, such as the Cygnus. Their work will not only benefit life here on Earth, but will help us venture deeper into space than ever before. Credit: NASA/Serena Auñón-Chancellor #nasa #space #astronaut #spacestation #views #earth #earthviews #blue #planet #internationalspacestation #picoftheday #astronaut #planet #bluemarble #window

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The facility in northern China's Hebei Province includes a tower nearly 460 feet (140 meters) tall, a servo system and a Martian surface simulation area. . The recent experiment simulated the gravity of Mars, which is about three-eighths that of Earth, to test the design of the lander, China's state-run Xinhua news agency reported. . . Follow @cosmowiki @cosmowiki @cosmowiki For more! . . . . . . Hastags- #astronomy #colonization #future #mars #marsrover #space #instaindia #China #instageeks #instagood #Interstellar #physics #funnymemes #Cosmos #cosmosstandard #redplanet #spacefacts #knowledge #facts #astronomy #astrophysics #Stars #astronaut #spaceshuttle #spacex #nasa #isro

Astrofísica Cosmológica

Con su cámara espacial especial en la mano, el astronauta de la NASA Drew Morgan es visto trabajando fuera de la Estación Espacial Internacional durante su caminata espacial con el astronauta de la Agencia Espacial Europea Luca Parmitano el 22 de noviembre. Esta fue su segunda caminata espacial en la que trabajaron para reparar un experimento de materia oscura llamado Espectrómetro magnético alfa. El dúo de caminatas espaciales saldrá nuevamente para su tercera caminata espacial juntos el 2 de diciembre. Imagen: Luca Parmitano / ESA / Twitter @afcosmologica #afcosmologica #astrofisicacosmologica #science #space #astronaut #astronauta #astronautas #iss #EEI #internationalspacestation #spacestation #nasa #estacionespacialinternacional #earth #astronomia #astronomy #Astronomía #laboratorio #laboratory #ESA #europeanspaceagency #darkmatter

Ulrich Beinert

Ready to head back across the Atlantic on another night flight. Actually, this one is technically a day flight, the Sun will rise just a few hours after departure as we cruise over Canada, but since we'll be so far north it will barely clear the horizon and set again before our landing in Munich. I hope to catch this/tomorrow evening's amazing conjunction of Jupiter and Venus with the Moon! . . . . . #a380 #airbusa380 #A380lovers #a380reasons #iloveflying #flyforfree #flightschool #learntofly #aviationdaily #aviationphotography #avgeeks #pilots #planespotter #instaaviation #pilotslife #planelovers #airbuslovers #lufthansa #viewfromabove #airbus #cockpit #erau #embryriddle #astronaut #space #spacex #nasa #europeanspaceagency

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the Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Florida and ascended into space. After dropping off its payload, the first stage returned to Earth and landed on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. It marked the first time that SpaceX had flown the same first stage four times. Overall, SpaceX has now had 50 consecutive successful launches.🚀🤘 . 60 Starlink satellites were bound toward low-Earth orbit, and later successfully deployed.🌌🌌🌟 . Cheers to Elon Musk's vision of the future!🍻 . Give your views in the comments below!👇👇 . Follow @cosmowiki @cosmowiki @cosmowiki For more! . . . . Hastags- #satellite #elonmusk #Stars #internet #futureconcept #space #instaindia #Instagramin #instageeks #Interstellar #physics #funnymemes #Cosmos #cosmosstandard #spacefacts #knowledge #facts #astronomy #astrophysics #Stars #spacex #earth #rocket #astronaut #spacefan

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Failed test launch of an unmanned Titan rocket 🚀💥🔥 . . . Attempting a launch from Lot C at Complex 16 (Kennedy Space Center) on December 12th, 1959 - four seconds following ignition the rocket’s first stage destruct package ruptured the fuel tank, sending the second stage falling back on the pad and exploding 💥☄️🚀 . . Although the Titan ballistic missile program would continue to struggle, it would ultimately see 8 separate successful launches between the months of February and June of 1960 🚀✅ . . Via: @newwavecosmos #spacex #nasa #elonmusk #space #astronomy #mars #universe #science #physics #falcon #tesla #moon #Cosmos #astronaut #earth #multiverseastronomer

Space and Fantasy

Repost from @scifi_lord follow him for more! By Jonathan Maurin Follow us @space_and_fantasy rate 1-10 and tag a friend! Follow @thyriankingdom for awesome fantasy! Follow @earth.beyond for space news and facts! #sciencefiction  #fantasy #fantasyart #space #Cosmos #spacex #musk #future #technology #nerd #science #scienceart #retro #dailyscifi #scifi #scifiart #spaceart #ufo #spaceship #alien #aliens #spacecraft #planets #spacetravel #robot #Futurism #dreamworld #futuristic #cyberpunkart #astronaut

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Hoag's Object is a ring galaxy 600 million light years away from Earth, visible in the constellation Serpens. This galaxy was discovered in 1950 by Arthur Hoag, from which it took its name. . . 🇮🇹: L'Oggetto di Hoag è una galassia ad anello distante 600 milioni di anni luce dalla Terra, visibile nella costellazione del Serpente. Questa galassia è stata scoperta nel 1950 da Arthur Hoag, da cui prese il nome. Credit: NASA, ESA, B.Blanco. #solarsystem #planet #space #nasa #nebula #astronomy #astronomia #astrophoto #AstroPhotography #Cosmos #universe #milkyway #astrophysics #Stars #moon #science #universo #telescope #astronaut #galaxy #nightsky #hubble #astro #planets #cosmology #hubbletelescope #astronomer #astronomylover #ringgalaxy