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(National Geographic)   Today's episode of "amazing NASA photographs from space, or rejected porn star names?" brought to you by: the Hubble Bubble, the Dusty Dwarf, Moon Shot   (news.nationalgeographic.com) divider line 19
    More: Cool, Dusty Dwarf, NASA, NASA's Wide, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Type Ia, Spitzer Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory, stsci  
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2012-01-16 11:01:43 AM  
farm5.staticflickr.com
 
2012-01-16 11:06:44 AM  
images.nationalgeographic.com

Awesome.
 
2012-01-16 11:09:44 AM  

miss diminutive: [images.nationalgeographic.com image 600x450]

Awesome.


My new wallpaper.
 
2012-01-16 11:13:46 AM  

miss diminutive: [images.nationalgeographic.com image 600x450]

Awesome.



I see a skull. the eyes are at the left, tilted at abotu 45 degrees.
 
2012-01-16 11:14:56 AM  
images.nationalgeographic.com

"That's no moon. It's a space station."

/Wish I could use The Force, but I can't find the app for it on ym new cell phone.
 
2012-01-16 11:16:04 AM  

rickythepenguin: miss diminutive: [images.nationalgeographic.com image 600x450]

Awesome.

I see a skull. the eyes are at the left, tilted at abotu 45 degrees.


This isn't some cosmic Magic-Eye that if you stare at it long enou--HOLY SH*T I SEE IT!!

/we're doomed
//dooooooooooomed
 
2012-01-16 11:36:18 AM  
I thought it kinda looked like Kermit the Frog staring back at me. At least at this scale.

The Hubble views always blow me away and make me very much aware that my own feeble astrophotography attempts clearly pale in comparison.

It's when you start thinking of the actual size of the objects captured that my brain starts to asspolode.
 
2012-01-16 12:18:10 PM  
Space s cool.

er, cold.
 
2012-01-16 12:25:00 PM  

intolerant jerk: I thought it kinda looked like Kermit the Frog staring back at me. At least at this scale.

The Hubble views always blow me away and make me very much aware that my own feeble astrophotography attempts clearly pale in comparison.

It's when you start thinking of the actual size of the objects captured that my brain starts to asspolode.


Um, Cannabis much lately?
 
2012-01-16 12:41:39 PM  
images.nationalgeographic.com

dailycontributor.com

They're coming
 
2012-01-16 12:42:42 PM  
It's especially impressive when you consider these are long exposure images that must be captured individually with 3 color filters (HST's cameras are all B&W)


hubblesite.org+hubblesite.org+hubblesite.org=hubblesite.org
 
2012-01-16 01:07:16 PM  
National Geographic did a report on twins this month. These two who were on the cover are proof that space aliens have twins too.

video.nationalgeographic.com
 
2012-01-16 01:50:07 PM  

praxis44241: intolerant jerk: I thought it kinda looked like Kermit the Frog staring back at me. At least at this scale.

The Hubble views always blow me away and make me very much aware that my own feeble astrophotography attempts clearly pale in comparison.

It's when you start thinking of the actual size of the objects captured that my brain starts to asspolode.

Um, Cannabis much lately?


www.uksafari.com

images.nationalgeographic.com
 
2012-01-16 01:51:37 PM  
s3.amazonaws.com
 
2012-01-16 02:03:16 PM  

Persnickety: National Geographic did a report on twins this month. These two who were on the cover are proof that space aliens have twins too.

[video.nationalgeographic.com image 610x343]


i20.photobucket.com

Really, I wasn't saying it's aliens.
 
2012-01-16 02:56:55 PM  
images.nationalgeographic.com

I loved this one, for some reason.
 
2012-01-16 09:09:21 PM  
The Hypnotoad cloud.
 
2012-01-16 09:16:46 PM  
I just had an awesome mass ejection!
 
2012-01-17 11:20:16 AM  
And nobody mentioned the Big Bang or coronal mass ejections? Come on Fark, your slipping.
 
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