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Nine Days

An MESSENGER image of the innermost planet, Mercury, which may be the sole survivor of a violent bout of collisions in the early solar system.

First page of the first tractate of the Talmud (Daf Beis of Maseches Brachos) - Talmud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First page of the first tractate of the Talmud (Daf Beis of Maseches Brachos) - Talmud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

NASA’s Kepler spacecraft enters emergency mode 75 million miles from Earth

NASA troubleshoots Kepler spacecraft from 75 million miles away

Ariadne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  Mythology, Crete

Ariadne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mythology, Crete

Scientists have taken the first colour images of the entire surface of the planet Mercury to reveal a mysterious world of complex geology and extraordinary temperature extremes.

Extraordinary video shows entire surface of Mercury in full colour for the first time

Scientists have taken the first colour images of the entire surface of the planet Mercury to reveal a mysterious world of complex geology and extraordinary temperature extremes.

Moons of the Solar System

TV News Anchors be like "the moon is a star". "No I think the moon is a planet". To be honest I think we failed as generation in education. The moon is a freaking moon!

The only photo of last night's blood moon you need to see — guess how it was taken!

This Incredible Blood Moon Eclipse Photo Was Taken With an iPhone

The only photo of last night's blood moon you need to see — guess how it was taken!

The Caloris basin on the planet Mercury is one of the biggest impact craters in the Solar System. In this colour-coded image by the Messenger probe, the basin is the large yellow patch, pimpled with more recent impact craters, coloured blue. The southern (bottom) rim is surrounded by orange spots, which are lava fields from volcanoes triggered by the impact.(Photo Credit: NASA-JPL)

Mercury’s Caloris Basin in enhanced colors, showing different materials on the surface. The Caloris Basin is a huge impact site at the equator that created a wave that made it a mountain ridge 180 degrees on the other side.

Mercury Crescent ~ Colorized clear filter mosaic, from Mariner 10's 1973/75 mission to Mercury and Venus

Mercury Crescent ~ Colorized clear filter mosaic, from Mariner mission to Mercury and Venus.

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