Space Swoon: Cassini captures a dawn on Saturn

cassini saturn dawn

Just Cassini doing Cassini things. You know, capturing beautiful images of Saturn and its moons and rings and such forth and so on.

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Space Swoon: Hubble Captures Gorgeous Spiral Galaxy

hubble spiral galaxy

Man. While shit seems to spin out of control here on the Blue Marble, at least Hubble is out there capturing cosmic gorgeousness. Here’s another image from the space telescope, one of spiral galaxy NGC 3274.

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Space Swoon: Saturn’s Moon Enceladus surfs its rings

Space Swoon: Saturn’s moon Enceladus wears its wrinkles with grace

Space Swoon: Flying Through An Aurora’s Green Fog

Space Swoon: Massive galaxy is sporting a super-hungry black hole

Space Swoon: NASA releases gorgeous image of Earth rising over the Moon’s surface

Space Swoon: Pluto trips the Light Fantastic

Space Swoon: Enceladus is a moon divided (by different hemispheres)

A tale of two

True story: I can’t spell Enceladus. I just cut and paste. Enceladus. Just cut and pasted that. Enceladus. And again! But I can appreciate this image of Enceladus (C+P), courtesy of Cassini.

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Space Swoon: Ceres’ Lonely Mountain stands alone

The Lonely Mountain

Check out this lonely mountain. NASA’s Dawn space-craft sniped a lovely picture of it, just chilling in the southern hemisphere of the dwarf planet Ceres. Beckoning to us across space and time. To travel to it, to scale the peaks, to meet the space-elves that run their futuro-city from the top of the summit. Right?

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