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This diameter chip was photographed by British astronaut Tim Peake from inside the Cupola module of the International Space Station.

Earth, the Moon, and the Soyuz, from io9: "Awe-Inspiring Pictures Taken from the ISS as the New Year Begins"

Awe-Inspiring Pictures Taken from the ISS as the New Year Begins

shot taken by Kevin Ford from the ISS of the Soyuz rocket that brought Hadfield up to the space station. You can see Earth, the Moon, and the Soyuz

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Tokyo researchers have proposed a laser system to attach to the ISS. It would be used to shoot down pieces of debris in Earth orbit, akin to the Death Star (shown), with a range of 62 miles

Astronomers have discovered a newly born “hot Jupiter” in a distant star system that’s locked in a slow death spiral. It may only be a matter of time before this poor baby planet gets torn to shreds.

This Dying Baby Planet Never Had a Chance

Astronomers have discovered a newly born “hot Jupiter” in a distant star system that’s locked in a slow death spiral. It may only be a matter of time before this poor baby planet gets torn to shreds.

Last week, the Cassini spacecraft began a series of dramatic, “ring-grazing orbits” that will see it fly high over Saturn’s poles before diving perilously close to the gas giant’s rings. Now, NASA has received back the first images from this exciting chapter in Cassini’s last year of life—and they do not disappoint.

These Are the First Glorious Images From Cassini's Ring-Grazing Orbits

Last week, the Cassini spacecraft began a series of dramatic, “ring-grazing orbits” that will see it fly high over Saturn’s poles before diving perilously close to the gas giant’s rings. Now, NASA has received back the first images from this exciting chapter in Cassini’s last year of life—and they do not disappoint.

Earth from Saturn NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 5868_IMG004868

Earth from Saturn NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 5868_IMG004868

Meridianos: La Tierra y la Luna vistas desde Marte

Meridianos: La Tierra y la Luna vistas desde Marte

In the summer of 1961 the upper stage of the rocket carrying the Transit 4A satellite blew up about two hours after launch. It was the first known human-made object to unintentionally explode in space, and it created hundreds of fragments of useless space junk. Some of these pieces were pulled into the atmosphere where

A graphic look at the increase in space debris around earth. policymic: “ There’s tonnes of space junk orbiting Earth — Astonishing interactive visualizations ”

Tres planetas, una luna, y montones de estrellas

Tres planetas, una luna, y montones de estrellas

The first flash of sunlight reflected off a lake on Saturn's moon Titan

The first flash of sunlight reflected off a lake on Saturn's moon Titan

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