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Sichang 2014

Sichang 2014

(2) BTS Bon voyage ep4 {lol XD}

That looks more like the chicken dance or something not skipping, wow TaeTae is the best!

INFJ Things: All I want is a log cabin in the middle of nowhere...

21 signs you’re an INFJ personality type {INFJ Refuge images}

Japan Tsubame, Super Low Altitude Test Satellite, is a JAXA satellite intended to demonstrate operations in very low Earth orbit (below 200 km), using ion engines to cancel out aerodynamic drag and equipped with sensors to determine atomic oxygen density, an exposure facility to measure material degradation in the 200 km orbit, and a small camera. Initial designs had conventional, though slightly canted, solar panels (compare to the aerodynamic shape and on-body solar panels of GOCE, which…

Super low altitude satellite to operate at 180 kilometers which is over two times closer than the Space Station

References for various fundamental things - composition, balance of details etc. I don't have sources for most of these as its something that was lying on my hdd for a while, but you should be able to look it up through google images.

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Travel photos from Kevin Russ

Kevin Russ

hubble pictures | The Hubble space telescope’s infrared camera provides a new look to ...

The Horse Head Nebula is a cloud of ionized- hydrogen in the constellation Orion. The clouds are lit from within by young hot stars. The interstellar dust absobs the light from part of ionized cloud creating this beautiful contrast

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Hubble 25th Anniversary: Pillars Of Creation

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Hubble 25th Anniversary: Pillars Of Creation

The Pillars of Creation, 2015 version. This is a new view of one of the Hubble Space Telescope's most iconic images! (Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI / AURA)) via Astronomy Picture of the Day

A photograph taken by a member of Expedition 34, aboard the International Space Station, looking down on the Bahamas from...

Enlarge the picture on your screen and start to write. "A photograph taken by a member of Expedition aboard the International Space Station, looking down on the Bahamas from orbit --This world is really awesome.

Inside the Cupola, NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, an Expedition 36 flight engineer, uses a 400mm lens on a digital still camera to photograph a target of opportunity on Earth some 250 miles below him and the International Space Station. Cassidy has been aboard the orbital outpost since late March and will continue his stay into September.

Inside the Cupola, NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, International Space Station Expedition 36 flight engineer, uses a lens on a digital still camera to photograph a target of opportunity on Earth some 250 miles below him.

Sand dunes and large rocks are revealed in this panoramic image of Mars, the first photograph taken by Viking 1's Camera 1 on July 23, 1976. The horizon is approximately 3 kilometers (2 miles) away. The left and right thirds of the picture are the same area that were photographed on July 20 (Sol 0) by camera 2 and provide stereo coverage. (Great Images in NASA)

Space History Photo: First Picture of Mars space history, nasa, voyager

when i move out i really want my house to be out in the middle of nowhere so i can see the stars better at night ya feel

i really want my house to be out in the middle of nowhere so i can see the stars better at night ya feel me

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