Drown Your Brain in the Whirlpool Galaxy - Bad Astronomy
NASA continues search for planet capable of supporting NASA
Milky Way Rising Over 10,4 m- Gran Telescopio de Canarias, Island of La Palma, Canary Islands
Image Credit : Daniel López
Image: A Living Mars.
Kevin Gill’s rendering of Mars shows what the planet could (or might have once) look like if it had oceans, clouds, and life.
This is a view of the Western hemisphere with Olympus Mons on the horizon beyond the Tharsis Montes volcanoes and the Valles Marineris canyons near the center. The height of the clouds and atmosphere are largely arbitrary and set for the sake of appearance and coverage over the exaggerated terrain elevations (~10 times elevation exaggeration). The eye is about 10,000 km (~6,200 miles) from the surface.
Stéphane Guisard captures our obsession with the stars both past and present.
Time Lapse from Space - Earth (by OregonStateUniv)
1978 レナウン (by ksoik)