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La última foto, por ahora, que nos ha mandado Rosetta del cometa 67P desde 30km de distancia (ESA,2014)

The Rosetta spacecraft used a wide-angle camera to acquire this image of Comet from a distance of 30 kilometers. The nucleus is deliberately overexposed in order to reveal the faint jets of activity. Photographed on on November released on January

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First documented case of child cured of HIV - Scanning electron micrograph of HIV particles infecting a human T cell. (Credit: NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)

Andreas Mogensen captures gigantic lightning from the International Spac...

Andreas Mogensen captures gigantic lightning from the International Spac.

I love it when clouds project those long shadows near the terminator just before being overtaken by darkness.

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I love it when clouds project those long shadows near the terminator just before being overtaken by darkness.

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Space in Images - 2014 - 09 - Comet on 10 September 2014 – NavCam

If one could know whether among that glittering host there were here... - but does it float

The Rosetta mission spent much of the second half of October orbiting comet at less than six miles from its surface. This previously unpublished image, taken by Rosetta’s navigation camera, shows its dramatic terrain.

Cet appareil photo numérique, a été créé par Kodak sur la base d’un Nikon F3 argentique, le gros truc en dessous c’est la « carte mémoire » reliée au boiter par un fil. En 1991 la Nasa l’embarqua à bord de la Navette Spatiale sur la mission STS-44, et lui donna l’honneur d’être le premier appareil photo …

Le Hawkeye II de Nikon/Kodak, le premier appareil photo numérique dans l'espace

Read Image from Rosetta mission shows Philae Lander on comet latest on ITV News. All the Science news

A Tall Milky Way Flickr by Luis Argerich. A Vertical panorama of the Milky Way after twilight. The central bulge of the Milky Way is clearly visible at Sagitarius. The great rift in the middle and the dark coalsack nebula are also visible contrasting against the bright sky.

A Vertical panorama of the Milky Way after twilight. The central bulge of the Milky Way is clearly visible at Sagitarius. The great rift in the middle and the dark coalsack nebula are also visible contrasting against the bright sky.

Starts With A Bang!

Mostly Mute Monday: A Comet Comes Alive! ““The images and mosaics above, taken by the Rosetta Mission’s Navigation Camera (NAVCAM), highlight the increased emission activity of Comet.

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