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Google crea experiencia de visita inmersiva para conocer los Parques Nacionales de los EE.UU.

Ya sabemos que a través de la realidad virtual, los usuarios pueden conocer zonas remotas del mundo de forma interactiva sin necesidad de tener que …


A Neverending Dream

I will Survive

Tree Tunnel - Belgium | Biogarden Arboles Espectaculares | Pinterest | Tree tunnel, Belgium and Cathedrals

Tree Island | Biogarden Arboles Espectaculares | Pinterest | Landscaping, Beautiful places and Earth


The Airstrip Male - leopard of Mala Mala

Russian Miner Spends His Breaks Taking Photos Of Foxes In The Arctic Circle

Russia’s remote north-eastern Chukotka region is an inhospitable arctic tundra, but even in this brutal landscape, Russian photographer Ivan Kislov …

Arctic Circle

Almost ready for the flight

El mejor Greco en 26 obras

La exposición del Museo del Prado presenta una muestra que abarca el periodo español del artista<p>La exposición del Museo del Prado presenta una …

This is one of my favorite Crab Nebula pictures ever. I love how the filament...

+allen west I'm afraid I'll have to agree to disagree with you.<p>May 20, 2014<p>Ummm.Sounds to me like someone is being convicted in spirit. Why fight …

The Moment of Impact

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La galaxia de Andrómeda desde Arkansas, Estados Unidos

El cometa C/2012 K1 PANSTARSS desde Arizona, EE. UU.

El cometa C/2012 K1 PANSTARSS desde Payson, Arizona, EE. UU.<br>6 de abril de 2014<br>Crédito: Chris Schur

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APOD: Cassini Spacecraft Crosses Saturn's Ring Plane (2014 Feb 23) Image Credit: Cassini Imaging Team, ISS, JPL, ESA, NASA Explanation: If this is Saturn, where are the rings? When Saturn's "appendages" disappeared in 1612, Galileo did not understand why. Later that century, it became understood that Saturn's unusual protrusions were rings and that when the Earth crosses the ring plane, the edge-on rings will appear to disappear. This is because Saturn's rings are confined to a plane many times thinner, in proportion, than a razor blade. In modern times, the robot Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn now also crosses Saturn's ring plane. A series of plane crossing images from 2005 February was dug out of the vast online Cassini raw image archive by interested Spanish amateur Fernando Garcia Navarro. Pictured above, digitally cropped and set in representative colors, is the striking result. Saturn's thin ring plane appears in blue, bands and clouds in Saturn's upper atmosphere appear in gold. Details of Saturn's rings can be seen in the high dark shadows across the top of this image, taken back in 2005. Moons appear as bumps in the rings. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page #APOD

Nearby Stream of Stars Reveals Past Cosmic Collision

The tangled remains of vast cosmic collisions can be seen across the universe, such as the distant Whirlpool Galaxy’s past close encounter with a …

Auroras boreales desde Canadá

Auroras boreales desde Whitehorse, el Yukón, Canadá.<br>18 de febrero de 2014<br>Crédito: David E. Cartier, Sr.<p>Etiquetas:

the birds

Snowy owl time