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If a sheet of paper could be folded 42 times in a row, it would have a ... http://www.pandagu.ru/en/did-you-know/folding-sheet-paper via @pandaguruapp

If a sheet of paper could be folded 42 times in a row, it would have a ... http://www.pandagu.ru/en/did-you-know/folding-sheet-paper via @pandaguruapp

SciencePorn ‏@SciencePorn  The very 1st picture of Earth and Moon in a single frame. Taken 1979 by Voyager 1 from a distance of 11.66 million km

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SciencePorn ‏@SciencePorn The very 1st picture of Earth and Moon in a single frame. Taken 1979 by Voyager 1 from a distance of 11.66 million km

https://www.flickr.com/photos/nasacommons/5277461005/in/photostream/Triple Jupiter Eclipse | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/nasacommons/5277461005/in/photostream/Triple Jupiter Eclipse | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Oh and I thought I was just looking at the stars at night.... Every single satellite orbiting the Earth / via vuokko

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Oh and I thought I was just looking at the stars at night.... Every single satellite orbiting the Earth / via vuokko

Meteorite Shower Over McCloud Falls, California. Image by Brad Goldpaint  https://twitter.com/SciencePorn/status/444961748207280128/photo/1

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Meteorite Shower Over McCloud Falls, California. Image by Brad Goldpaint https://twitter.com/SciencePorn/status/444961748207280128/photo/1

Sunrise over the South Pacific from the International Space Station, absolutely stunning!

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Sunrise over the South Pacific from the International Space Station, absolutely stunning!

Astronaut Bruce McCandless II floats farther out in space than anyone ever had before, 100 meters from the cargo bay of the space shuttle Challenger.

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Astronaut Bruce McCandless II floats farther out in space than anyone ever had before, 100 meters from the cargo bay of the space shuttle Challenger.

Exaggerated hues in this false-color image tint clouds swirling southeast of Jupiter's Great Red Spot.

Exaggerated hues in this false-color image tint clouds swirling southeast of Jupiter's Great Red Spot.

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