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Our 100 Best Photos of the Week (100 Photos) - Suburban Men - January 17, 2016

Our 100 Best Photos of the Week (100 Photos) - Suburban Men - January 17, 2016

Geysers of water ice erupt from Saturn's moon Enceladus, the plumes are backlit by the sun while moon’s dark side is illuminated by reflected light from Saturn. The Cassini spacecraft flew right through the plumes to let its instruments 'taste' them.

Geysers of water ice erupt from Saturn's moon Enceladus, the plumes are backlit by the sun while moon’s dark side is illuminated by reflected light from Saturn. The Cassini spacecraft flew right through the plumes to let its instruments 'taste' them.

BREAKING NEWS: Volcano Erupts In Russia After 248 Years Of Being Dormant. 03-25-2017 (the sun will go dark, the moon will be dark or as blood at the end of days)

BREAKING NEWS: Volcano Erupts In Russia After 248 Years Of Being Dormant. 03-25-2017 (the sun will go dark, the moon will be dark or as blood at the end of days)

Jupiter's moon Io is 778 million kilometers from the Sun. Except at its volcanic hot spots, Io's surface temperature is well below freezing. Instruments aboard the space probe Galileo measured infrared energy emitted by volcanic hot spots on the satellite's surface. Io was found to have at least 12 active volcanoes erupting lava at temperatures over 1200 degrees Celsius.

Jupiter's moon Io is 778 million kilometers from the Sun. Except at its volcanic hot spots, Io's surface temperature is well below freezing. Instruments aboard the space probe Galileo measured infrared energy emitted by volcanic hot spots on the satellite's surface. Io was found to have at least 12 active volcanoes erupting lava at temperatures over 1200 degrees Celsius.

This is so true!! Climates have always changed and always will. Not because of human activity but because of the effects of the sun, moon and planets.

This is so true!! Climates have always changed and always will. Not because of human activity but because of the effects of the sun, moon and planets.

The totally eclipsed Moon of December 30, 1982 almost vanished completely from sight. Dust from the then-erupting Mexican volcano El Chichon was still suspended high in Earth’s atmosphere where it blocked most of the Sun’s rays from reaching the Moon. Credit and copyright: Fred Espenak.

The totally eclipsed Moon of December 30, 1982 almost vanished completely from sight. Dust from the then-erupting Mexican volcano El Chichon was still suspended high in Earth’s atmosphere where it blocked most of the Sun’s rays from reaching the Moon. Credit and copyright: Fred Espenak.

Includes a full map of the world, and answers many questions such as - Where do the Sun & Moon go? What makes the wind blow and volcanoes erupt? How many countries and languages are there? Why is the Earth round and the sky blue? Do all plants have flowers and all rivers flow to the sea? Which is the biggest ocean and the brightest star?

Includes a full map of the world, and answers many questions such as - Where do the Sun & Moon go? What makes the wind blow and volcanoes erupt? How many countries and languages are there? Why is the Earth round and the sky blue? Do all plants have flowers and all rivers flow to the sea? Which is the biggest ocean and the brightest star?

This astonishing photograph would be pretty incredible if it was just of the lava but Mike Mezeul was lucky and skilful enough to also capture the Moon (on the right hand side), the Milky Way (in the center) and the meteor (the thin white vertical streak on the left)

Milky Way, a meteor, the moon and erupting volcano caught in one shot

This astonishing photograph would be pretty incredible if it was just of the lava but Mike Mezeul was lucky and skilful enough to also capture the Moon (on the right hand side), the Milky Way (in the center) and the meteor (the thin white vertical streak on the left)

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