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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 19, 2017

Freaky fast and really awesome! NASA astronaut Jack Fischer posted this GIF to his social media Tuesday saying, “I was checking the view out the back window & decided to take a pic so you can see proof of our ludicrous speed! ”. In case you didn’t know, the International Space Station travels 17,500 miles per hour as it orbits 250 miles above the Earth. Currently, three humans are living and working there, conducting important science and research. The orbiting laboratory is home to more than 250 experiments, including some that are helping us determine the effects of microgravity on the human body. Research on the station will not only help us send humans deeper into space than ever before, including to destinations like Mars, but also benefits life here on Earth. Credit: NASA station

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 20, 2017

The sharp eye of 's Space Telescope has captured the tiny moon during its orbital trek around . Because the moon is so small, it appears star-like in the Hubble pictures. Over the course of 22 minutes, Hubble took 13 separate exposures, allowing astronomers to create a time-lapse video showing the diminutive moon's orbital path. The Hubble observations were intended to photograph Mars, and the moon's cameo appearance was a bonus. A football-shaped object just 16.5 miles by 13.5 miles by 11 miles, Phobos is one of the smallest moons in the solar system. It is so tiny that it would fit comfortably inside the Washington, D.C. Beltway. Read more by clicking the link in bio: https://go.nasa.gov/2udPPg8

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

Science! 🔭✨ 1879 / 1885 - Henry Brothers 2015 - 2017 - ChristopherGo .

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

#🌍🌎🌏🌒🌓🌖🌕🌗🌔🌞🌞

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 18, 2017

GONNA CRY! ✨ After almost a year from conception I finally have a physical copy of ZOOM - my debut picture book. 🌌🚀 It's taking so much self control to not post any more than the cover (for now) but I'm so so so excited to have a childhood dream of writing and illustrating my own book come true so early on in my career. Forever grateful to my publishers/editors/team at for believing in me and making the world in my mind a reality in print! ZOOM is out 31 October (spooky!) and I'll be taking preorders before then (TBA)! It's been so difficult to keep the artwork under wraps because I'm so used to sharing everything with you - but I hope you guys will think the wait is worth it as much as I do! X 〰 📸

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 20, 2017

The moon photographed by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera team at . Photo by / goddard / 🌒🌓🌔🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑 • • • phases university

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 20, 2017

Today's jam is an E minor 21" diameter Saraz. This is another Celtic Minor hexatonic variation that leaves out the minor 6th (C) and smooths out a bit of tension and suspense. This scale and lot more can be found on the "Scales" page of our website. Link in bio. Well worth listening through head phones or speakers as there is a lot more sound than any phone speaker can play. ♡

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

M89: Elliptical Galaxy with Outer Shells and Plumes. Can you see them? This famous Messier object M89, a seemingly simple elliptical galaxy, is surrounded by faint shells and plumes. The cause of the shells is currently unknown, but possibly tidal tails related to debris left over from absorbing numerous small galaxies in the past billion years. Alternatively, the shells may be like ripples in a pond, where a recent collision with another large galaxy created density waves that ripple through this galactic giant. Regardless of the actual cause, the featured image highlights the increasing consensus that at least some elliptical galaxies have formed in the recent past, and that the outer halos of most large galaxies are not really smooth but have complexities induced by frequent interactions with -- and accretions of -- smaller nearby galaxies. The halo of our own Milky Way Galaxy is one example of such unexpected complexity. M89 is a member of the nearby Virgo cluster of galaxies which lies about 50 million light years distant. Image Credit & Copyright: Mark Hanson, via. sky

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

Fascinating design 🌒🌝☄

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

Solar is the way to go! This car port protects three cars from the sun while creating electricity in the process! power s living decor garden cover style system roof

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

The one month countdown to the is on! Where will you be watching from? Get prepared for optimal eclipse watching with our 4-part series , now streaming! . . . 2017 making ing

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

my beloved shop, is 4 years old today! Don't miss out on the huge anniversary sale going on now!! ✨40% off orders, 4 hours only, ends at 4pm cst✨enter promo code: 4HOURSONLY @ checkout! (shirt available in shop/link in profile) . . . . . . . shop love finds hunter shop style clothing fashion

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

Enhanced colour view of Jupiter's southern storms .

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

If you dig a straight tunnel from one side of Earth to it's other side, then you jump in it, it lasts only 42 minutes to reach the other side of the Earth. s s s s

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

from : When you take a selfie with your host star. 👨‍🚀Aki Hoshide .

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

The most massive planet and the most active moon in our solar system are easily visible through a cheap telescope! 🛰 .

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

Hubble🛰observa la Luna 🌙 👽 marciana órbitando al Planeta rojo! 💫✨ - El Telescopio Espacial Hubble🛰capturó el paso de la pequeña Luna 🌙de Marte Fobos durante su órbita alrededor del Planeta rojo! Fobos 🌕fue descubierta en 1877, es tan pequeña que parece solo una estrella ✨más! Fobos órbita a Marte en tan solo 7 horas y 39, más rápido que el tiempo de rotación de Marte sobre su propio eje! Este video es la suma de 13 exposiciones separadas tomadas durante 22 minutos que nos muestra el camino orbital de Fobos!!🌙 - Crédito Video: NASA/ ESA y Z. Levay (STScl) 🛰🌌✨💫⚡️ • • • Llena o e telescope Llenastronomia

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

It’s been 48 years since we landed on the moon in 1969. To this day we’re still discovering more and more about the universe and even our own solar system with Planet 9 and Planet X. Celebrate where it all started and share your favourite space image with us nology

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on Hastag #solarsystem Instagram Photo — Jul 21, 2017

"The hottest day of the year" Lunch Time, Camera in hand. What else would you have me do? Just no SunSpots.

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