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A ‘mother daughter’ portrait of two of Saturn’s moons, Dione (top) and Tethys (bottom). Named after Greek mythology, the moons are believed to have formed out of the same disk when Saturn was young. NASA/JPL-CALTECH/SPACE SCIENCE INSTITUTE

Space Photos of the Week: Curiosity’s Got a Selfie Stick

NASA on Wednesday released new photos of the dwarf planet, which sits between Mars and Jupiter in our solar system's asteroid belt. The images show the faraway world's cratered surface -- and a mysterious cluster of glowing spots -- in sharper detail than ever before.  The spots have puzzled scientists ever since they were first spotted in 2004. No one knows what they are or where they came from.

This Dwarf Planet Mystery Just Got More Mysterious

Those weird bright spots on Ceres just got. even weirder. NASA on Wednesday released

Native American tribal areas in North America

An Overview Map of North and Middle America Indian Nations . (The National Geographic has also produced a detailed North American Indian Cultures maps.

This photo is of Saturn’s moon Prometheus (top right corner), which sometimes orbits near Saturn’s F ring. When the moon goes into the ring, it often eaves a hole in the smaller ring particles. Previous entries can be see by the dark streaks near the bottom of the image.  NASA/JPL-CALTECH/SPACE SCIENCE INSTITUTE

Space Photos of the Week: Curiosity’s Got a Selfie Stick

Space photos of the week, August

"Face" on Mars: Viking 1 Orbiter, July 25, 1976, Cydonia region.

Pareidolia - is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant.

Image shows the extreme vastness of our universe.

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Singapore Changi Airport - numerous greenhouses, cactus and butterfly gardens - best layover!

9 Striking Airline Terminals That Inspire Travel

No one dreams of spending a night sleeping in an airline terminal. But if you must do it, some airports are appreciably better than others.

Pluto has a problem: Its thin, nitrogen atmosphere shouldn’t be there. Ultraviolet rays from the sun should have knocked it away, molecule by molecule, in the dwarf planet’s first few thousand years. Four billion years later, Pluto’s atmosphere is still there, a gauzy interplanetary mystery.

NASA Confirms New Horizons Is Hurtling Towards Some Barren Space Rock Named 2014 - Claire Magazine

An image of Pluto (right) and Charon (left), one of the dwarf planet’s five moons. Data from New Horizons has determined Pluto to be 1,473 miles in diameter, a bit larger than many previous estimates. Charon is confirmed as 751 miles in diameter. NASA-JHUAPL-SWRI

Space Photos of the Week: Curiosity’s Got a Selfie Stick

Space photos of the week, August

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