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"Venus and Jupiter join the Pleiades star cluster in this sea and sky scape, recorded earlier this week near Buenos Aires, Argentina. Venus dominates the scene that includes bright star Aldebaran just below and to the right." Photographer: Luis Argerich

"Venus and Jupiter join the Pleiades star cluster in this sea and sky scape, recorded earlier this week near Buenos Aires, Argentina. Venus dominates the scene that includes bright star Aldebaran just below and to the right." Photographer: Luis Argerich

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The Pluto System As Seen By New Horizons Spacecraft - YouTube

The Pluto System As Seen By New Horizons Spacecraft - YouTube

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Planet or not, you can't discount the extraordinary beauty of Pluto | mnn | "Our favorite dwarf planet struts its stuff in the latest images from NASA." Click to read and share the full article with photographs.

Planet or not, you can't discount the extraordinary beauty of Pluto | mnn | "Our favorite dwarf planet struts its stuff in the latest images from NASA." Click to read and share the full article with photographs.

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This processed image is the highest-resolution color look yet at the haze layers in Pluto’s atmosphere.  The resolution is 1 kilometre per pixel; the sun illuminates the scene from the right.

This processed image is the highest-resolution color look yet at the haze layers in Pluto’s atmosphere. The resolution is 1 kilometre per pixel; the sun illuminates the scene from the right.

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NASA's K2 mission: The Kepler Space Telescope's Second Chance to Shine - 3/9/2016 - The engineers huddled around a telemetry screen, and the mood was tense. They were watching streams of data from a crippled spacecraft more than 50 million miles away – so far that even at the speed of light, it took nearly nine minutes for a signal to travel to the spacecraft and back. It was late August 2013, and the group of about five employees at Ball Aerospace in Boulder, Colorado, was...

NASA's K2 mission: The Kepler Space Telescope's Second Chance to Shine - 3/9/2016 - The engineers huddled around a telemetry screen, and the mood was tense. They were watching streams of data from a crippled spacecraft more than 50 million miles away – so far that even at the speed of light, it took nearly nine minutes for a signal to travel to the spacecraft and back. It was late August 2013, and the group of about five employees at Ball Aerospace in Boulder, Colorado, was...

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