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NASA artifacts

NASA artifacts

British photographer Benedict Redgrove has taken photographs of numerous artifacts within the NASA archive. To mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, he has picked out his favorites.
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Dying Star's Colorful Demise

Dying Star's Colorful Demise

In the Gemini constellation - This cosmic region is so complicated that when astronomers first turned their attention to it years ago, they recorded two objects there because there is a symmetrical lobed structure visible there. Today, we know that there is only a single object. Still, in deference to older naming conventions, the region is often known as NGC 2371/2 — a combination of the two older names: NGC 2371 and NGC 2372.
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Steve?

Steve?

For the last few years Aurora gazers have observed and reported “a wispy strand of purple light running across the country from east to west, sometimes flanked by neon green fingers that appear to wave.” This unique Aurora was given the nickname Steve. 

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Dragonfly on Titan

Dragonfly on Titan

Nasa has announced that they will be sending a drone like craft called Dragonfly to Titan, a moon of Saturn to map and sample the surface composition and terrain. 

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Cloud Series by MOTEH

Cloud Series by MOTEH

We recently came across this artist’s work and love how he seamlessly blends art and design through photoshop and rendering.
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What is a black Hole?

What is a black Hole?

Welcome, earthlings, to the place of no return: a region in space where the gravitational pull is so strong, not even light can escape it. This is a black hole.”
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