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Photo by NASA NASA released a new, natural-color portrait of Saturn on Tuesday. It is the first such image to showcase Saturn, its rings and moons, with Ea

See Stunning New Images Of Dione, One Of Saturn's Moons

See Stunning New Images Of Dione, One Of Saturn's Moons

A quintet of Saturn's moons come together in the Cassini spacecraft's field of view for this portrait.

NASA photos show Earth from vantage point of Saturn, Mercury For the first time, we can see what our planet looks like from other outposts in the solar system -- some of which are 900 million miles away.  Dara Kerr by Dara Kerr  July 22, 2013 4:44 PM PDT

NASA photos show Earth from vantage point of Saturn, Mercury

In this rare image taken on July the wide-angle camera on NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has captured Saturn’s rings and our planet Earth and its moon in the same frame.

Pale Blue Dot

Northern Reaches: The Cassini spacecraft watches over the northern latitudes of Saturn's geologically active moon Enceladus while the planet's rings peek through in the distance in this snapshot.

Saturn's moon Prometheus casts a shadow on the narrow F ring in this image captured weeks after the planet's August 2009 equinox.

approaching Saturn

NASA's Cassini spacecraft finds a hurricane-like storm at Saturn's north pole.

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Bezos' rocket company, Blue Origin, launched a test flight that powered to Mach 3 speeds and reached a height of kilometres above Earth

Saturn sits nested in its rings of ice as Cassini once again plunges toward the graceful giant. This natural color mosaic was acquired by the Cassini spacecraft as it soared 39 degrees above the unilluminated side of the rings.

Titan crescent with striking haze layer visible

Saturn's moon Titan and it's trademark orange, hazy surface appearance and blue hue of it's upper atmospheric halo.

Saturn's rings and moons

From on high, the Cassini spacecraft spies a group of three ring moons in their travels around Saturn. Janus is seen at top, while Pandora hugs the outer edge of the narrow F ring. More difficult to spot is Pan, which is a mere speck in this view.

This light bulb has been working continuously since 1901. It was made by a competitor to Thomas Edison named Adolphe Chailet and is located at Fire Station Number 6 in Livermore, CA. It has survived earthquakes, moves, and changes in voltage and still provides light. Despite his design, Chailet was never as successful as Edison. #iyl2015

Going and going: World's oldest light bulb still shining bright after 110 YEARS

Centennial Bulb-Burning bright: The world's oldest lightbulb, which has been glowing almost continuously since 1901 A-HA! I knew they could make them to last longer!

Polar Storm On Saturn Taken By NASA's Cassini Spacecraft

Polar Storm On Saturn Taken By NASA's Cassini Spacecraft

Cometa #ISON no soporto fuerza del sol

Cometa #ISON no soporto fuerza del sol

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Exoplanets photographed - Truthloader We are on the edge of amazing discoveries it would be a shame to let this fade away

NASA scientists found faint signatures of water in the atmospheres of five distant planets orbiting three different stars. All five planets appear to be hazy. This illustration shows a star's light illuminating the atmosphere of a planet.