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<em>Monthly</em> janvier, 2017
Saturn’s moon Tethys may look like an eyeball staring off into space, but that large circle is the result of an enormous impact crater. Like any solar system moon, Tethys has suffered many impacts. In this case, a large impact not only created a crater, but the rebound of the impact casued the mountainous peaks
repost from @apolloprogramApollo 13 Service Module jettison.
Moment of silence for our very own Nicolaus Copernicus ❤️ Copernicus was the person who proposed the planets revolved around the Sun, when everyone believed that the Earth was at the center of the universe. His model wasn’t exactly correct, but it did form a strong foundation for future astronomers to improve. The illustration above
he six-person Expedition 50 crew poses for a group portait inside the Columbus lab module from the European Space Agency. (Top row from left) Flight Engineers Thomas Pesquet, Peggy Whitson and Oleg Novitskiy. (Bottom row from left) Flight Engineer Andrey Borisenko, Commander Shane Kimbrough and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryzhikov. )