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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Happy Africa Day!⠀ ⠀ Did you know Africa covers about 20% of the total land area in the world?⠀ ⠀ Go to our Story to learn more about the continent, and follow the link in our bio to explore our Space for Earth African site.⠀ ⠀ 📸 contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2016), processed by Brockmann Consult/ as part of our Climate Change Initiative Land Cover project, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Today is the 55th anniversary of the launch of Aurora 7. Scott Carpenter spent almost five hours in space, orbiting the Earth three times. . . .

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 19, 2017

A "short sprint over the clouds with Solar Panels" wrote astronaut Thomas Pesquet ( ) of the European Space Agency ( ) from aboard the International Space Station ( ). This timelapse showcases the space station's solar panels and incredible views of the planet below. The space station serves as the world's leading laboratory for conducting cutting-edge microgravity research, and is the primary platform for technology development and testing in space to enable human and robotic exploration of destinations beyond low-Earth orbit, including Mars. Credit: ESA/NASA station

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Never cease to marvel at how extraordinary and beautiful Earth's nature is. But it is also fascinating to spot man-made structures from space! Gives me a new appreciation of their sheer size and what must have gone into constructing them. Here are some examples of hydraulic engineering. / Les ouvrages de génie civil monumentaux laissent une marque distincte sur leur environnement jusque dans l’espace. Leurs constructeurs, ingénieurs ou ouvriers, peuvent être fiers ! 💧 pics photography fromabove fromspace

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Caçador - academia militar dos agulhas negras " desistir não é uma opção , o filho teu nunca desiste da luta " cadete , Brasil !

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

STS-50 Columbia, soars into the sky after KSC liftoff . . . gram flight Colonist

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

The most massive star ever discovered shines along with the R136 cluster at the center of the Tarantula . Hypergiant R136a1 alone is 9 million times more luminous than the sun and 265 times more massive. Credit: / / 🛰 .

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

(Campo de estrela HD 87643) Esta imagem, mostrando um campo muito rico de estrelas para o braço de Carina da Via Láctea, está centrada na estrela HD 87643, um membro da classe de estrelas B [e]. A imagem surpreendente é incendiado por uma onda de estrelas de todas as cores e brilhos, alguns dos quais são vistos contra um fundo de nuvens de poeira e gás. A nebulosa de emissão vermelha é RCW47 e foi catalogada em 1960. HD 87643 tem sido extensivamente estudada, com uma vasta gama de telescópios do ESO, incluindo o Very Large Telescope Interferometer (VLTI). Rodeado por uma nebulosa, complexa alargado que é o resultado da anterior expulsões violentas, a estrela é mostrado para ter um companheiro. Interações neste sistema duplo, rodeado por um disco de poeira, pode ser o motor de abastecimento notável nebulosa da estrela. A imagem, tirada com a Wide Field Imager no telescópio MPG / ESO de 2,2 metros em La Silla, se baseia em dados obtidos através de diferentes filtros: B, V e R. O campo de visão é de 33 x 32 arco-minutos. melhorá-la. 🔭 🔭

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 21, 2017

The Sahara Desert as seen from the International Space Station ( ), captured in December 2016 by ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet. Earth as art, enjoy! Credit: NASA

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Endangered Species Act day 6, the Whooping Crane. In 1941 there were just 21 wild and two captive whooping Cranes left. Thanks to the protection under the Endangered Species Act and conservation efforts the Whooping Crane has made a modest recovery to total population of 603 including 161 captive birds.

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Also... look what my bubs got today *Finally* just waiting on his vest ❤️ awareness

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Here is Ethan in last weekends ESA contest at Ponce Inlet with a lil off the lipper.

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

My blossom sniffing blossoms 🌼 rman rman pinscher rman love rman pride rman puppy rman sofinstagram park intraining ears andloved

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

👵 😊 tu 😘 🐼

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Happy Day ! Composed using almost 7000 images from Copernicus EU 2A, this mosaic offers a cloud-free view of the continent of . See http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2016/05/African_mosaic day

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Galaxies have road rage? ✨✨✨ ・・・ Although appearing as one object, this image shows two galaxies rushing past each other at about 1,243,000 miles per hour! This speed is most likely too fast for them to merge and form a single galaxy. However, because of their small separation of only about 20,000 light-years, the galaxies will distort one another through the force of gravity while passing each other, changing their structures on a grand scale. Such galactic interactions are a common sight for Hubble, and have long been a field of study for astronomers. The intriguing behaviors of interacting galaxies take many forms; galactic cannibalism, galaxy harassment and even galaxy collisions. The Milky Way itself will eventually fall victim to the latter, merging with the Andromeda Galaxy in about 4.5 billion years. The fate of our galaxy shouldn’t be alarming though: while galaxies are populated by billions of stars, the distances between individual stars are so large that hardly any stellar collisions will occur. Credit: ESA/NASA cluster telescope year hubble

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Official 🐶❤️ awarenessmonth

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on Hastag #esa Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

A cosmic snapshot from May 19, this colorful telescopic field of view spans about 1 degree or 2 full moons on the sky. Spiky in appearance, foreground Milky Way stars are scattered toward the royal constellation Cepheus while stars of open cluster NGC 6939 gather about 5 thousand light-years in the distance near the top of the frame. Face-on spiral galaxy NGC 6946 is toward the lower left nearly 22 million light-years away. The helpful red lines identify recently discovered supernova SN 2017eaw, the death explosion of a massive star nestled in the galaxy's bluish spiral arms. In fact in the last 100 years, 10 supernovae have been discovered in NGC 6946. By comparison, the average rate of supernovae in our Milky Way is about 1 every 100 years or so. Of course, NGC 6946 is also known as The Fireworks Galaxy. telescope ship

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