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Us-Magnetic Field Featured Space Print

Us-Magnetic Field

This picture is a false color image of the transparent, electrified gas (plasma) trapped inside Earth's magnetic field taken by NASA's Imager for Magnetopause to Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE) spacecraft on 11 August, 2000. The IMAGE spacecraft is looking down at the Earth from above the north pole, and the globe or sphere in the center represents the position and size of the Earth. The image (top) is the ultraviolet glow from relatively cold plasma as seen by the Extreme Ultraviolet imager (EUV) instrument on board IMAGE. A hook-shaped "tail" of plasma streaming toward the Sun can be seen at the top left of the picture. Note also the small, faint circle near the center of the image - this is the ultraviolet glow from the aurora, also known as the northern lights. AFP PHOTO/NASA
/ AFP PHOTO / NASA

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Us-Earths Moon Featured Space Print

Us-Earths Moon

This 09 December, 1990 color image of the Moon was taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft at a range of about 350, 000 miles. At the upper right is the large, dark Oceanus Procellarum; below it is the smaller Mare Humorum. These, like the small dark Mare Orientale in the center of the basin, formed over 3 billion years ago as basaltic lava flows. At the lower left, among the southern cratered highlands of the far side, is the South-Pole-Aitken basin, similar to Orientale but twice as great in diameter and much older and more degraded by cratering and weathering. The cratered highlands of the near and far sides and the Maria are covered with scattered bright, young ray craters. AFP PHOTO/ NASA / AFP PHOTO / NASA / NASA

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Space-Sputnik I-Pravda Featured Space Print

Space-Sputnik I-Pravda

(FILES) Picture dated 06 October 1957 shows the frontpage of the Sovietic newspaper Pravda after the launch of world's first satellite Sputnik I. On October 04 1957, the then-Union of Socialist Soviet Republics launched the world's first man-made satellite, called Sputnik. It was an event which at one sparked the so-called "space-race" and pushed the frontiers of the Cold War outside the Earth's atmosphere. / AFP PHOTO / FILES PRAVDA / -

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