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Doug Jones/Staff Photographer, Monday, September 15, 2008: Looks like a full moon, in this view from Back Bay of the city skyline of Munjoy Hill's,  Portland Observatory.

Doug Jones Looks like a full moon, in this view from Back Bay of the city skyline of Munjoy Hill's, Portland Observatory, Maine

This panoramic photograph shows the Milky Way on a cold winter’s night with light snow on the ground at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile, taken by Alexandre Santerne.

Brilliant hues of blue and gold are smeared across Saturn's cloud tops in this view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Stunning Contemporary Home by Lazar Design/Build | HomeDSGN (2)  #interiordesign #realestate Search the #MLS: http://www.luxuryrealestatesearch.com/Nav.aspx/Page=http://www.crmls.org%2fservlet%2flDisplayListings%3fLA%3dEN

Stunning Contemporary Home by Lazar Design/Build

Steve Lazar has designed this luxurious contemporary home for his family in Manhattan Beach, California. (more pictures here) Check out more photos of Contemporary Manhattan Beach Home. Via Enpundit

Living out in the country isn't for everyone but, for Rookie Reporter Joe, it's perfect. Because out away from the lights of the city is the best place to see the millions of stars up in our sky. He loves it so much, he even built his own telescope and weather balloon to capture photos of it all. Here's Joe's story.

Young Queenslander Jonah Scott photographed this from his back yard!

A lightweight Vega launcher raced into space from French Guiana on Tuesday night, boosting a European-built satellite into a 466-mile-high polar orbit with a high-resolution telescope to survey cities, natural resources, and disasters for Kazakh government authorities.  http://spaceflightnow.com/vega/vv03/140429launch/

A lightweight Vega launcher raced into space from French Guiana on Tuesday night, boosting a European-built satellite into a 466-mile-high polar orbit with a high-resolution telescope to survey cities, natural resources, and disasters for Kazakh government authorities. http://spaceflightnow.com/vega/vv03/140429launch/

In the 1820s, the Bavarian astronomer Franz von Paula Gruithuisen claimed to have glimpsed entire cities on the moon with his telescope. He wrote that the “lunarians” who lived there had built sophisticated buildings, roads and forts. Most of his colleagues scoffed at his assertion, but he eventually got a small lunar crater named after him.

Aliens inhabit the moon.

In the 1820s, the Bavarian astronomer Franz von Paula Gruithuisen claimed to have glimpsed entire cities on the moon with his telescope. He wrote that the “lunarians” who lived there had built sophisticated buildings, roads and forts. Most of his colleagues scoffed at his assertion, but he eventually got a small lunar crater named after him.

Photo by Paolo Woods @woods_galimberti | Professor Kazuhiro Yamamoto rides a bike along one of the arms of the Kamioka Gravitational Wave Detector. Also known as  KAGRA, it is a large-scale Cryogenic Gravitational-wave Telescope built in the Kamioka mine in Hida City, Japan. The aim of KAGRA is to detect and study the gravitational waves that were predicted by #Einstein at the starting of the 20th century. An “L” shaped tunnel that runs for 6km has been excavated under a mountain so that the…

Picture of scientist on bicycle riding along underground gravitational wave telescope in Hida, Japan

La Catedral was the "prison" Escobar built for himself, just outside Medellín, in a deal with Colombian authorities. Dubbed as 'Hotel Escobar', it featured a spa, football pitch, giant doll house for his daughter, bar and discotheque, Jacuzzi and waterfall. There was even a telescope so Pablo could look down on his city to his family's home so he could see his daughter while talking to her on the phone.

La Catedral was the "prison" Escobar built for himself, just outside Medellín, in a deal with Colombian authorities. Dubbed as 'Hotel Escobar', it featured a spa, football pitch, giant doll house for his daughter, bar and discotheque, Jacuzzi and waterfall. There was even a telescope so Pablo could look down on his city to his family's home so he could see his daughter while talking to her on the phone.

The 2.3m Aristarchos telescope is the largest research infrastructure of the National Observatory of Athens (NOA). The Institute of Astronomy Astrophysics Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IAASARS) of NOA manages the telescope, which is located at an altitude of 2340m at Helmos Observatory, approximately 220 km southwest of Athens, near the city of Kalavryta.

'Helmos Observatory Dome With Milky Way' by Theofanis Matsopoulos (TWAN)

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Image 9 of 17 from gallery of S House / Alroy Hazak Architects. Photograph by Oded Smadar

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