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This image depicts the unilluminated side of Saturn's rings and was taken in green light with NASA's Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Aug. 19, 2012. The view was captured at a distance of approximately 1.5 million miles from Saturn.

This image depicts the unilluminated side of Saturn's rings and was taken in green light with NASA's Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Aug. The view was captured at a distance of approximately million miles from Saturn.

Saturn Storm  Credit: Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA; Color Composite: Jean-Luc Dauvergne    Explanation: Late last year, a new, remarkably bright storm erupted in Saturn's northern hemisphere. Amateur astronomers first spotted it in early December, with the ringed gas giant rising in planet Earth's predawn sky. Orbiting Saturn, the Cassini spacecraft was able to record this close-up of the complex disturbance from a distance of 1.8 million kilometers on December 24th

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Saturn's north pole is seen in this image taken by the Cassini spacecraft on Nov. 27, 2012, and released by NASA on April 29, 2013. A hurricane-like storm circling Saturn's north pole is visible inside the planet's famous "hexagon" feature, which scientists think is a wandering jet stream that whips around the north pole at about 220 miles per hour. Saturn's rings can be seen at the upper right of the image.

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The Earth and moon from Saturn's Cassini spaceship, taken July 19

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Mysterious: An image of Saturn from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope

Mysterious: An image of Saturn from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope

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Pioneering Mercury Astronauts Launched America's Future

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In this frame of a video taken Oct. 5 during the NASA Mars rover landing, the heat shield falls away. Curiosity is the first spacecraft to record a landing on another planet. The six-wheel rover arrived on Aug. 5 to begin a two-year mission to examine whether the Martian environment was hospitable for microbial life.

In this frame of a video taken Oct. 5 during the NASA Mars rover landing, the heat shield falls away. Curiosity is the first spacecraft to record a landing on another planet. The six-wheel rover arrived on Aug. 5 to begin a two-year mission to examine whether the Martian environment was hospitable for microbial life.

Star Clusters. Gravity can't hold stars and galaxies together like this for more than a few million years. If the earth is 65 million years old or more, these stars and galaxies should be spread out by now. Star and galaxy clusters suggest a young earth.

Gravity can't hold stars and galaxies together like this for more than a few million years. If the earth is 65 million years old or more, these stars and galaxies should be spread out by now. Star and galaxy clusters suggest a young earth.

HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Hubble Sees the Force Awakening in a Newborn Star (12/17/2015) - Release Images

HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Hubble Sees the Force Awakening in a Newborn Star - Release Images

The brightest star in the inset is proof there is a black hole in the Andromeda galaxy. A disc of gas and dust heats up and emits X-rays as the gravity of the black hole pulls it toward its doom. (Landessternwarte Tautenburg, XMM-Newton, MPE)

The ultraluminous X-ray source studied by Clemson astrophysicists astronomy-stars-planets-science-nasa

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