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Star Filled Sky at Night, A sky filled with stars, taken though the trees at night. Nice.
Beautiful Night Sky with Shooting Stars, This is a neat wallpaper of a night sky and shooting stars.
The Earth from Space, A great picture of the earth taken from space.
Solar Eclipse Above the Clouds, A wallpaper showing a solar eclipse from above the clouds.
Nebula, Spiral Galaxy, A picture of a Nebula, Spiral Galaxy.  It is a lovely picture.
Beautiful Night Sky with Shooting Stars, This is a neat wallpaper of a night sky and shooting stars.
Beautiful Night Sky with Shooting Stars
This is a neat wallpaper of a night sky and shooting stars.
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Star Filled Sky at Night, A sky filled with stars, taken though the trees at night. Nice.
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Comet Elenin - C/2010 X1, Elenin was past within 21,730,000 mi from Earth at Oct 16, 2011. The sightings of Elenin began disintegrating in Aug 2011 & by mid-Oct 2011, it was NOT visible by the largest ground-based telescopes; NOT even with the 79 in Faulkes Telescope North.
Solar Eclipse Above the Clouds, A wallpaper showing a solar eclipse from above the clouds.
Apollo 8's - "Earthrise" - Credit to: NASA and Apollo 8 Crew., In December 1968, Apollo 8's Astronaut William Anders took this photo of the Earth rising above Lunar's limb. It's an amazing picture! it's as amazing now, as when it was taken almost 45 years ago.
The SUN - The Largest Object in Our Solar System, A solar image of the sun, its a star that doesn't have a solid surface, it's a ball of hot flamming gasses.The corona/atmosphere is 100rds of times hotter than the surface or the sun. The sun covers 99% of the materials in our solar system currently.
Giant Back Hole - M87, Scientists in Hawaii, have found a giant back hole, large enough to swallow a solar system. M87 is 4 times the size of Neptune's orbit & its 50 million light-years from Earth. It's the largest object that has been found to date.
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Whirlpool Galaxy - M51, This is the Whirlpool Galaxy, it is an interacting grand-design spiral galaxy, est. to be about 23/24 million light-years from the Milky Way Galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici. The Milky Way, is one of the most famous galaxies in the night sky.
"Bright Lights, Green City" - GLIMPSE360 - Credit to: NASA/JPL-Caltech/2MASS/SSI/University of Wisconsin, This image is from Spitzer " survey. Image of the outer regions of the Milky Way. These two extremely bright stars illuminate a greenish mist of interstellar chemicals some rare. And there are young & enormous stars are blasting gas out into space.
Solar Eclipse, The solar corona visible during a total solar eclipse. A bright orange glow shows as a ring around a black spot, so to speak. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth,
Russian Meteor in 2013, Most meteoroids disintegrate before reaching the earth, but some leave a trail that lasts several minutes. Meteoroids that reach the earth are called meteorites.
Nebula, Spiral Galaxy, A picture of a Nebula, Spiral Galaxy.  It is a lovely picture.
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Earth's Moon, Our moon is in synchronous rotation with our planet; it always shows the same face, Its surface is marked by dark volcanic maria that fills between its bright ancient crustal highlands & its prominent impact craters. This is another beautiful picture.


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