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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 04:11)

Whoa... much better. A flaw in Hubble's mirror meant that the telescope first looked to the universe with blurry vision. But #OTD in 1994, @NASA announced that new optics installed during the first servicing mission to Hubble had solved the problem: https://t.co/T5dJnKu7aK https://t.co/GZOUVxGPks

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 12:51)

M31 Andromeda Galaxy captured using a mirrorless camera and 600mm telephoto lens

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 02:42)

Intuitive Machines Selects SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket for Second Moon Mission

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 09:51)

M31, Andromeda Galaxy From my balcony

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 09:52)

Andromeda Galaxy, M31

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 08:02)

The Moon setting over the mountains of Lake Louise

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 01:02)

How many windows has International Space Station?

Observing how [International Space Station](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Space_Station) was built through these 20 years, and watching a lot of Earth and cosmos pictures taken by astronauts from ISS, this is the reason for to ask this question.

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1 year ago

(Jan 13, 2021 09:32)

I zoomed in on Orion as it rose above this small group of trees in Saskatchewan [1638x2048][OC]

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