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Jupiter's turbulent clouds

A low flyby with the space shuttle and a Boeing 747

The Whirlpool Galaxy (m51) in an amateur telescope

This huge lenticular cloud appeared at sunrise over the Turkish city of Bursa on January 19, 2023

70 kilometres above the surface of Titan

The image was taken by the Huygens spacecraft

Angel Falls in Venezuela, the world's tallest uninterrupted waterfall

An amazing view in the Himalayas

Lunar Module in full scale

This image was taken during the approach of Jupiter and the Moon

Endeavour into the night

An unusual view of Earth and the far side of the Moon from the Chinese satellite "Longjiang-2"

The Prague astronomical clock, installed in 1410

It is the world's oldest astronomical clock still in operation

A stunning view of a snow-covered village from Norway under the aurora

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The awesome movie «the Comet»

The entire video is based on an open archive of photographs obtained during the study of the comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko by the Rosetta apparatus

Author: Christian Stangl
Composer: Wolfgang Stangl

The amazing power of nature

Photo taken during a thunderstorm in Nebraska

Соmparative sizes of the Hubble and James Webb telescopes

The our Moon on 2 November 2023, 74% illuminated

Perhaps many people would give a lot of money for the opportunity to go into outer space

Saturn from the Cassini spacecraft

Saturn has a radius of 58,232 kilometres, more than 9 times the radius of Earth, and is 9.5 astronomical units (or 1.4 billion kilometres) away from the Sun

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Comparison of the sizes of the planetary satellites of the Solar system

From S/2009 S1, the smallest known planetary satellite, to Ganymede

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