Space the beyond




asonlynasacan:

Basically, this is porn for space nerds.

(Source: spacettf)









placeofpluto:

Just to put things into perspective, this is earth in a big solar flare. Earth and sun are roughly to scale. Yes it is indeed the pale blue dot in the middle.

More information about the flare here 



fuckyeahspace:

The International Space Station casts a shadow on the Space Shuttle Discovery.

(Source: spaceinperspective)





Crescent Earth looking west over the Atlantic from a distance of about 10,000 miles. Automatic Hasselblad transparency, Apollo 4 (unmanned), November 9, 1967



kateoplis:

Stratocumulus Clouds 4,000 feet above the Pacific Ocean: attributed to Ronald Evans, Apollo 17, by Michael Light


ATV at about 20 km from ISS (by Paolo Nespoli)





As you seem to very like the previous one, a second Heart on the Earth !



Happy Valentine’s Day !



jellicle-cat:

This photo was the world’s first view of Earth taken near the moon. It was snapped by the U.S. Lunar Orbiter I on August 23, 1966, when the spacecraft was just about to pass behind the moon on its 16th orbit.


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