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Let's play a game called "Spot the Astronaut" Comment your favorite moon throughout the solar system when you find them, but dont say where! Our favorite is Titan. Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #astronauts


When you land on another planet.πŸ˜‚πŸ™Œ . Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #astronauts Credit: REK0DE


A good old Falcon9 B4 landing at LZ-1πŸ˜πŸš€πŸ›° Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #spacex


Japanese HTV7 from JAXA arriving at the space station over a sea of clouds. Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #iss


Beautiful arial shot of STS-134, Space Shuttle Endeavour's final launch and the penultimate launch of the Space Shuttle program. Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #shuttle


Our eyes are set on Mars! When will we be able to get there? Here you can see β€˜The Grand Canyon of Mars”. The Valles Marineris stretches more than 2,000 miles long, 370 miles wide, and 5 miles deep. This image is composed of 102 Viking 1 Orbiter images of the Martian surface, which reached Mars in 1976. Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #mars


A little journey to the stars from Earth. What does Earth mean to you? Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #earth


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Astronomers are currently studying one of the most powerful and brightest objects in the Universe, Quasar S5-0014, 12.1 billion light years away from earth. So, just how bright is it? Well, our solar system is about 2 light-years across. The sun isn’t even a light-years away from usβ€”it stands about 93 million miles (150 million km) away. Yet, if this quasar was 100 light-years away, it would appear as bright as the Sun…despite being 63 million times more distant. The quasar’s luminosity is about 3 x 1014 (300 trillion) times that of the Sun. If that isn’t enough, it is over 25 thousand times as luminous as all of the 200 billion stars of the Milky Way Galaxy combined (scientists estimate that there are between 100 and 400 billion stars in the milky way). . Be Curious πŸ”­ Follow: Tag a space lover πŸ‘€ #astronomy


First Pictures of Earth From 65 Miles in Space!🌎. . The White Sands rocket (official name V-2 No. 13) was a modified V-2 rocket that became the first man-made object to take a photograph of the Earth from outer space. Launched on 24 October 1946, at the White Sands Missile Range in White Sands, New Mexico, the rocket reached a maximum altitude of 65 mi (105 km). . The famous photograph was taken with an attached DeVry 35 mm black-and-white motion picture camera. Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #v2


Some humans for perspective πŸš€ NEW SpaceX exhibit at NASA’s Johnson Space Center πŸ”₯ who wants to visit when things get back to normal? Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #spacex


Levels of air pollutants and warming gases over some cities and regions are showing significant drops as coronavirus impacts work and travel. Follow: Tag your friends πŸ‘€ #coronavirusmemesπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚